• Get Set For Remote-Controlled Orgasms, Nexus Have Launched a Brand New Prostate Massager!

    Lucy
    by Lucy on 20 August 2014 3 comments  |  Add a comment

    Introducing the Nexus Revo Stealth.

    We've got good news for prostates everywhere; luxury sex toy brand Nexus have released a brand new prostate massager, the Stealth!

    Hailed as “the next step in male pleasure technology”, the Nexus Revo Stealth is a new-and-improved version of their best-selling prostate massager.

    Offering users a new remote control function as well as extra vibration settings, the latest innovation in male pleasure is made from smooth silicone and ergonomically designed with a flat base for optimum usability. It is also rechargeable, whisper-quiet and discreet.

    Available exclusively at Lovehoney, the Revo Stealth is 4 inches in insertable length with a 4 inch circumference, making it suitable for intermediate and experienced anal players.

    This innovative prostate massager features a powerful 2-speed rotating shaft to deliver precise, intense stimulation to the P-spot, as well as a 6-mode textured perineum massager for simultaneous internal and external pleasure.



    The Stealth has been designed with versatility in mind, and the included remote control has a range of up to 15 metres for accurate hands-free stimulation - ideal for easy, comfortable solo use or thrilling couple’s play.

    Take a look at the lovely Annabelle Knight explaining how this toy works - you have to see it to believe it!

    The Nexus Revo Stealth is available exclusively at Lovehoney for a one month period, and retails at £149.99.

    Comments (3)

    • Al: August 20, 2014 21:59
      Damn that looks awesome
    • DavidB1986: August 21, 2014 13:56
      It really is a great piece of kit - an interesting sensation like i've not felt for a long time!
    • lou: August 31, 2014 12:21
      Carnt wait to try this anf have a very fun cheeky sexy night
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