A few days ago I posted my interview the Magic Banana creator, Janeson Rayne. This toy offers a unique new take on kegel exercisers, with a creative flair that will entice more than a few people. I’ve finally had a chance to test out this toy, and here’s what I thought:
First off, the Magic Banana seems large, very large, but take into account the elasticity and you’ll see that this toy is actually much smaller depending upon your personal PC muscle strength. It’s appropriate for any skill level, despite looks.
The Magic Banana definitely offered a unique experience in terms of kegel exercise. When fully inserted, it was hard to tell whether or not the toy was helping flex the PC muscle, yet it was completely apparent when inserted up to the G-spot. I usually have no problem with this when exercising manually so I definitely have my preferences in what I use it for and what I don’t.
That said, the rest of the Magic Banana is used as a handle, which actually works in my favour thanks to the curved shape. From there you can actually watch the toy flex every time you contract the muscle – pretty rewarding considering how wide the toy is around the tip.
Speaking of that shape, it’s not really meant for G-spot stimulation despite the curve. It just doesn’t quite hit the spot. One thing I really like about kegel balls is that they sometimes stimulate the G-spot while walking (particularly the style with the weighted balls within), but this one just doesn’t offer the same sort of girthy pressure that usually stimulates the spot in the first place.
One thing worth mentioning is that it doesn’t affect my Nuvaring, which is usually the case during sex or while using toys, but every now and again it’ll shift around. If anything, those tend to be more of an annoyance, than anything substantially negative.
In terms of care, the Magic Banana should be cleaned thoroughly with a toy cleaner or non-abrasive, unscented soap. The FDA-approved tubing used is completely safe with both water-based and silicone lubricant so use whichever works best for you. And, as an added bonus, it also comes with a 10-year warranty.
If you’re new to kegel exercises, the Magic Banana might be a good option, especially if you’re a little too shy to wear kegel balls on the go. The Magic Banana is certainly a unique looking toy, but never quite offers the kind of stimulation I was hoping for. I’d still recommend manual exercising over a toy like this, but I can also see how some might prefer having something to isolate the muscles more effectively. This could also potentially work very well for women experiencing kegel exercise for the first time or dealing with pregnancy. Keep the Magic Banana in mind if you’re looking for a unique new sensation while using a kegel exerciser, just don’t rely on it completely.