Review: Maia Marcia Automatic Vaginal Balls

I’m a sucker for a unique toy, or at least one with a feature that I haven’t see anywhere before. was kind enough to send me a unique item from a newer company Maia, the Marcia Automatic Vaginal Balls.  What makes these so unique   Well they actually have a light sensor in them, that I will tell you more about later.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  In-ie; Kegel Excercisor
  • Manufacturer:  Maia
  • Includes:  Vaginal Balls and Storage Bag
  • Materials:  TPR and ABS Plastic
  • Size:  5.5″ in length; 1.5″ in diameter
  • Price:  $36.00
  • Pros:  Decent packaging; Comes with a storage bag; Interesting techy feature of the light sensor
  • Cons:  TPR; Very long for kegel balls; Good bit of drag; Buzzy and slightly weak vibration; Only has the sensor setting or off; Lots of creases to clean; Takes N size batteries
  • Intensity: 3/5
  • Volume: 2.5/5
  • Overall Rating: 1.5/5
  • Recommended: No, unless you like a very large kegel exercisor

The package

The package

I have never seen or heard of the Maia brand, but I do like their packaging.  They appear to have four color lines and the color of the package matches that of the product.  The Marcia Automatic Vaginal Balls are yellow, so the package matches with a very bright yellow.  The front of the package has some writing on it.  It has the Maia logo and says “Confetti LD1 Sensor Vibrating Vagina Balls”, however, it is white text on a yellow background so it is difficult to read.  The front also opens up (it closes with velcr) so you can see the balls sitting inside the package.  On the sides, there is a scaled down image of the balls along with a little blurb about them.  Here it does say that the balls are “smooth, ergonomically designed silicone”, but they are not.  Both TabuToys and state that it is TPR.  The back of the box has the same info as the front.  There are two small pamphlets included int he package.  One is a small advertisement for the other toys Maia sells.  They have four color lines and a few of the shapes and types are repeated in different colors and they do list certain characteristics with each color, which is kind of a neat idea.  There is also a small generic instruction guide and warranty (90 day) included that explains how to insert batteries into any of the toys as well as cleaning instructions.

The vaginal balls

The vaginal balls

The Marcia Automatic Vaginal Balls are a little different from other kegel balls I have seen before.  For starters, there is no retrieval cord.  For some, this may be a problem as it can be difficult to remove them when you are done if you fully insert them, especially when they are lubed up and vibrating.  However, they are also fairly long, about 5.5″ long.  They are also about 1.5″ in diameter and made from TPR and plastic.  Each “ball” is about 2.25″ long and between the balls is thinner and flexible enough that both balls can touch.  Even though they are flexible, I find the the balls are much to long for me to insert them fully.  Each ball is about half TPR and the ends are a silver plastic.  The TPR does have a good bit of drag to it, but you can use silicone or water-based lubes with it to insert the balls.  There are also a good number of seams between the plastic and TPR as well as where the sensor is located.  You will need to pay a bit more attention to these areas when you clean it, which makes it a little annoying to clean.

The light sensor

The light sensor

The vibrations of the automatic vaginal balls were a little disappointing for me.  They are more on the buzzy side and not very strong.  It runs on two N sized batteries that are thankfully included.  The batteries are inserted into the bottom ball (the one without the sensor) by turning the plastic where the arrow on the TPR lines up to the battery symbol.  There is an o-ring in the end cap, so it can be submerged.  To turn the balls on, you twist the cap to the opposite side as the batter compartment where it says “On” and the “Off” is in between the batteries and On.  Once it’s in the on position, if you block light from the sensor in the top ball, they will vibrate.  The idea is that when you insert them, light will be blocked, so they will continue to vibrate.  Once they are in and vibrating though, there is no way to stop it without taking them out, unless you install a blinker in your vagina.  I was hoping it would have a little more functionality than it does, but it’s either on or off and only has one speed.  I was also annoyed that only the top ball, where the sensor is located, vibrates.

Overall, I was intrigued but in the end rather disappointed by the Maira Marcia Automatic Vaginal Balls.  I assumed that they were silicone (and the package states that they are as well) but they are TPR.  They also only have the one function and a rather weak vibration speed.  I also don’t like that they run on N sized batteries, that’s more of an annoyance because they are harder to find.  For me, these also don’t work as kegel balls, they are just much too long.  You could possibly use these for some g-spot stimulation, they there isn’t really a good place to hold on for thrusting.  I would suggest skipping these, and checking out some of the other luxury sex toys sold by Tabu Toys.


*This review was sponsored by , the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

2 comments to Review: Maia Marcia Automatic Vaginal Balls

  • Too bad. The sensor idea sounds like a really fun one, but I guess when you think about it a more complex implementation would be difficult.

  • Terri Ann

    Wish I’d have read this review BEFORE we bought them, but we’ve made the purchase already, so it looks like I’ll try them and leave my own review. 🙂 Thanks for a very informative and indepth review!!

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