Aneros Eupho Trident Review – Is This MAMA Design Any Good?

Last Updated: 14 October, 2022

If you have read my review of the Eupho Syn Trident, you probably already know that I love the Eupho series. The Eupho Trident, which costs $55, is actually quite a lot of fun. It’s good, but there are a few gripes that I’d like to address as well in this review.

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  • Has an angled head
  • Uses the contoured MAMA architecture
  • Competitive pricing


  • Tip width is 0.97 inches
  • Insertable depth is 4 inches
  • Stem to perineum distance is 1.65 inches

My Full Eupho Trident Review

The Eupho Trident is one of the several prostate massagers that are going to be phased out by Aneros as the company adopts their Syn Trident line, so having one was a matter of collector’s pride for me. Here’s what I think about it.

The Shape – Curves to Die For

Eupho Trident body

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I have to say it right away: I absolutely love the shape of the Eupho Trident. I believe it is one of the best prostate massagers that Aneros has released, and it just feels so good. There are some important things that stand out:

  1. The slender body makes it so easy to insert the Eupho Trident
  2. The curvature really enhances the prostate massage
  3. The tabs are just perfect

Aneros has taken a “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it” policy with the Eupho Trident. I love using the Eupho Trident when I’m alone, and it lends itself equally well during partner play.

The shape is virtually similar to the Eupho Syn Trident, with just a few adjustments, and honestly, I can’t complain. It looks and feels wonderful. Most importantly, it does the job perfectly inside (as I’ll describe in my review further below!).

The Eupho Trident is one of the thinnest prostate massagers in the Aneros line up (tip width is just 0.74 inches). This makes it ideal for new users and for people who (like me) don’t mind being a bit naughty in public.

The Packaging – Simple and Stylish

Aneros Eupho Trident Box

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The company has taken a slightly muted approach with the design of the packaging. It’s really not as elegant or as good-looking as the Syn Trident series, but that’s not to say it’s anything bad.

First off, let me just say that I don’t mind the white color. The Eupho Trident is all white as compared to the black Syn Trident series, and this is reflected on the box. Here are my first impressions:

  • Uses the same magnetic clasp system inside
  • Minimal design elements that keeps attention on the product
  • Has the same premium feel

If a person didn’t know that a better variant of the Eupho Trident was available, they would probably think this is quite luxurious. And sure, it really is. At first glance, the packaging comes off as unique and stylish.

The company has adopted a less is more approach to the whole design. They haven’t changed the graphics or anything else; just the color scheme. This easily sets the product apart from the Syn Trident series without increasing the costs all that much.

The Arms – Now That’s What I’m Talking About!

Aneros Eupho Trident Arms

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If you have read my MGX Trident review, you probably know that I’m not a big fan of the P & K tabs, or the arms on that prostate massager. However, the Eupho Trident definitely makes amends.

The Eupho Trident has thin, curved arms that are just the perfect length. The P & K tabs both do a fantastic job of stimulating your erogenous zones as the prostate massager moves inside of you.

Here’s what the Eupho Trident does things right when it comes to these tabs:

  • They are of the appropriate length
  • The curvature is pronounced enough so the P-tab actually stimulates the perineum
  • The K-tab will literally send a tingle down your spine every time it moves

Massaging your perineum is just a fantastic way to enhance your overall experience. I refer to it as the “sweet spot” and it really helps intensify a prostate massage for me.

With the tabs on the Aneros Eupho Trident, you can easily stimulate not just the prostate, but your perineum too. You’ll be writhing in pleasure before you know it. Brrrr…

The MAMA Architecture – Any Good?


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If you have seen the marketing literature for the Eupho Trident, you might have read about how the company uses a MAMA architectural design for the Eupho Trident. But, what’s it all about?

The company claims that the architecture of the Eupho Trident will allow for greater range of movement, both laterally and rotationally. For an experienced user, this could make a world of difference.

One of the things that I noticed almost instantly was just how much this product improved sex with my partner.

You might be surprised at this, but while the product can be used perfectly as solo, it is definitely something that you would want to try with a partner. The thin design and the architecture offers greater movement and ease of use.

I had a lot of fun with this product in bed with my partner, and I’d definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to add a bit of spice to their sex life.

My Journaled Experience (With My Partner!)

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I wanted to take a slightly different route for testing out the Eupho Trident. Most of the Aneros prostate massagers that I have reviewed, I have tried them solo.

But, because of just how good the Eupho Trident felt inside, I really wanted to give it a go during partner play. And so, I told my partner that we were going to get kinky the night after I received the Eupho Trident.

As a man, I have often struggled with figuring out just how women go through orgasms. My partner calls them “waves,” and for me, it’s obviously a difficult concept to understand. However, the Eupho Trident actually comes quite close.

We tried it while I was riding my partner. She inserted it gently inside, and made sure that it was nestled appropriately against my prostate. Instead of me moving my kegel muscles, we just tried the cowgirl position as that made the device move.

Long story short that was by far some of the best sex I have had in a long time. The feeling grows slowly, but as my partner continued to ride on top, an innate feeling of radiating pleasure began to grow.

It started slow, but it soon became apparent that I could not ignore it, and before I knew, I was completely focused on it. Penile stimulation, when combined with a prostate massage, can lead to some of the most intense orgasms ever.

I wouldn’t say that the Eupho Trident helped me achieve the mythical Super O, but I will say that it gave me one of those orgasms that leaves you weak in the knees.

Also, I don’t think my partner has enjoyed sex as much as she did this time. For starters, she was really enjoying the way I writhed in pleasure every time she messed with the prostate massager.

Yes, there were times when she completely stopped riding me and just spend a few minutes playing around with the Eupho Trident.

I also noticed that the MAMA Architecture, which I thought would not mean much, actually plays an important role. The lateral and rotational movement was significantly greater, and I could easily notice it while assuming different positions.

Sex with the Eupho Trident is a surreal experience.

Aneros Eupho Trident vs. The Rest – How Does it Compare?

I also pitted the Eupho Trident against some other products in the Aneros line. Here’s how they stack up.

  • Aneros Eupho Trident vs. Eupho Syn Trident:

Price: The Eupho Trident ($55) is cheaper than the Eupho Syn Trident ($69.95).

Material: The Eupho Trident is made of ABS nonporous plastic. The Eupho Syn Trident has a medical-grade silicone coating.

Packaging: The Eupho Trident features a black and white packaging, while the Syn Trident has black and red undertones.

  • Aneros Eupho Trident vs. MGX Trident:

Shape: The MGX Trident is thicker and has a ribbed stem. The Eupho Trident does not

Price: Both cost $55.

Arms: The arms on the Eupho Trident are slightly longer, which is just what was needed.

  • Aneros Eupho Trident vs. Helix Trident:

Shape: The tip width of the Eupho Trident is the lowest (0.78 in).

Curvature: Contrarily to the Helix Trident, the Eupho Trident bends forward slightly to rest directly against your prostate internally.

Cleaning: Both are incredibly easy to clean once you are done.

Should You Buy the Eupho Trident?

The Aneros Eupho Trident is a great product, and it’s definitely worth the money. I’m sure that I will be using it again, and it would be foolish of you to miss out on this excellent Aneros prostate massager.

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