Review: Evi

Today I’m going to review a product that has been out for a while, but there still seems to be some debate around it, the Aneros Evi.  This is the first toy from Aneros marketed towards women and is intended to be a kegel exerciser.  Eden Fantasy was kind enough to send it to me to review.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  Kegel exerciser; G-spot
  • Manufacturer:  Aneros
  • Materials:  Silicone
  • Size:  4-5″ total length (depending on how you measure); Bulb – 2.5″ in length, 1.5″ in diameter; Stemp – 1″ long and 0.5″ in diameter; Arm – 2.5″ in length, 0.75″ wide
  • Price:  $69.95
  • Pros:  Silky soft silicone; Doesn’t collect a lot of lint; Easy to clean; Shape works well for my g-spot
  • Cons:  A bit expensive; May be too firm for some; Shape may not work for some; Arm does not stimulate my clit
  • Overall Rating: 3/5
  • Recommended: Yes, if you think the shape will work for you and don’t mind the price

aneros evi

The packaging

I have never reviewed anything from Aneros, so I was not sure what to expect from their packaging.  The Evi comes in a sleek pretty box.  The outside box is a shimmery white with a slight design that’s repeated, but I can’t tell what it is.  The top of the box does say Aneros and there is a red sleeve around the middle that shows an image of the Evi and says “hands free pleasure”.  On the back, it lists some of the details of the toy and has a short description.  Inside the outside box, there is a thick cardboard box.  It’s the same white and red as the outside package.  It does say Aneros on both sides and the box.  The top of the box folds open and the Evi itself is sitting in a heavy plastic insert and the user guide is placed on top.  I think the overall package is nice, and I like the inside box, but it does seem to take up a good deal of room.  I was a bit disappointed that it doesn’t come with a storage bag.

The Evi itself is a small two that has three main parts, the bulb, the stem, and arm.  The entire toy measures between 4-5″ (depending on how you measure it) in total length and the bulb is about 2.5″ long and just under 1.5″ in diameter at the widest.  The stem is around 1″ long and under 0.5″ in diameter while the arm is about 2.5″ in length 0.75″ in width.  Unlike most of the g-spot toys I like, the tip of the bulb is pointed back from the direction it is intended to be inserted, which I was not sure I would like.  I was pleased that it is a very solid toy.  It feels like it is made out of a solid plastic that is covered in a soft silicone skin.  I has no give to it at all.  The silicone is also very soft and smooth and doesn’t pick up too much lint or hair.  It’s smooth with no real seams, so it’s pretty easy to clean.  You can use soap and water, toy cleaner, bleach, or boil it.  It does have a raised “ANEROS” logo on both sides of the arm that you may need to scrub a bit more.  I would also suggest sticking to a water-based lube with it.

aneros evi

The Evi

So what does this little thing do?  It’s marketed as a kegel exerciser and when you squeeze around it, it’s supposed to cause the arm to rub against your clit.  It’s may point is that you can get the pleasure you want without vibration.  It does come with a small user manual that shows you how Evi should be inserted and a few things you can do.  For me, I had a hard time getting it to reach my clit.  It could do it, but I had to kind of pull it up some and it made it a bit uncomfortable when inserted.  Then squeezing, it just barely touched my clit.  however, the shape of the bulb inside was very nice.  I didn’t expect it to hit my g-spot right, but it does and it’s just to just have it sit there.  It’s also a nice hard object to squeeze against to do kegels, however, the whole orgasmic part without vibrations didn’t work for me.  I have some vibes that I can easily slip in between the arm though, because there is a bit of a gap for me.  I also found that the whole think will vibrate decently well if you use a wand on it.  I did also try it the other way around.  I’m sure if you really like your pernium stimulated, that it could work in much the same way.  The way the shape fit the other way though didn’t really work for me.  I didn’t really sit down and try the specific things they say, like trusting or twisting your hips, and it also suggests laying on your back.  Perhaps I will give those a try sometime.

Overall, I do like the Evi and it’s probably something I will keep.  It doesn’t quite do what it says it will, though if you have a body that lines up well for it, it just might work awesome for you.  I do really like that it’s very solid with no give.  I like that I can have the feel of silicone with the solidness of glass.  I also was surprised that I enjoyed the shape and angle of the bulb.  I assumed it would not hit any of my spots.  The only big downside to Evi is the cost.  It’s a rather expensive toy.  If you think you’ll like it and are willing to drop the money for it, go for it.

product picture
Vaginal exerciser by Aneros
Material: Silicone

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

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