Last Updated: 14 October, 2022
The Aneros Helix Syn Trident is one of the best prostate massagers in the market. At first glance, it may seem like a conventional prostate massager, but the more I toyed around with it, the more I realized that this one has a lot of thought behind it.
It’s big (4 inches), and it’s beautiful.
- Velvet-touch silicone material
- P&K tabs
- Ideal for new or advanced users
- Tip width is 0.98 inches
- Insertable depth is 4 inches
- Mid-range width is 0.86 inches
My Full Aneros Helix Syn Trident Review
When I received the Aneros Helix Syn Trident, I was pleasantly surprised. I had done my research about Aneros’ Trident series, and my expectations were high.
But, this impressed me all the more. Let’s get into my review about this one.
The Box – Premium Packaging All Around
When I received the Helix Syn Trident, it came all wrapped up in discreet packaging. While that’s okay, you should know that it does a great disservice to the quality of packaging inside.
Aneros has gone with the standard white and black color scheme for the Helix Syn Trident. This is the same color scheme that the company had adopted with all of its Trident series’ prostate massagers, and hey, if it ain’t broken, why fix it?
Take off the retail case, and the Helix Syn Trident is covered in a traditional plastic case with a metallic clasp. Now, if you have used Aneros’ Trident series prostate massagers before, this won’t be anything new.
But, if you are new to the Aneros line and this is your first prostate massager, it’s instantly going to leave an impression on you.
Aneros wants you to know that this is a premium prostate massager, and as they say: “first impressions are last impressions”.
Unhook the metallic clasp, and the plastic molded box reveals the Helix Syn Trident nestled right in the middle. Top marks for packaging, Aneros.
Size – Precariously Balanced
Take the Helix Syn out of the box, and the first thing you are going to notice is the size. Being a slightly big person, I was a bit worried about whether this device would deliver on its promises.
It’s a small device.
In fact, here are the key specs:
- Total length: roughly 5 inches (insertable depth is 4 in)
- Max diameter is 1 inch
- The width of the tip is around 1 inch
It generally looks quite similar to the Progasm or the Progasm Jr. (will link to reviews to both here).
But, while it is small, that’s not to say that there will be a compromise on performance, as I later understood. A lot of it has to do with the construction of the device.
You see, while it is covered in medical grade silicone, there is also a robust plastic core inside that keeps the Helix Syn Trident firm and straight, no matter how much you twist around with it.
The Stem – Oo la la!
You already know that the product is made using the same premium silicone that is found on all other Trident products. What I want to talk about is the head and stem, which are critical to the anal experience.
This is the easiest prostate toy to use on the market. Hands down.
The Helix Syn Trident is phthalate free, and it’s actually designed to stay in place once you insert it. The stem is designed in such a way that you just have to insert it one third of the way in. Your sphincter muscles will do the rest. Here’s how that works:
- Lube it up
- Insert it gently
- Your sphincter muscles will pull it in until it touches the prostate
Pretty simple, right?
This hands-free operation, in my experience, is one of the best ways to experience the elusive Super O. It allows you to relax completely and then focus on your pleasure.
Those curves that you see on the stem may seem inconspicuous, but there’s a lot of thought behind it. They feel great inside, and allow you to use your kegel muscles for stimulation.
The Tabs – Curvaceous Beauty
Notice the tabs above? For an untrained eye, they may seem like the company has made a half-hearted attempt to manufacture their prostate massagers in the image of an anchor.
However, these two tabs play a very important role. Aneros combines form and function by providing two tabs; the Perineum and Kundalini tabs, as the company calls them.
Let me lay it out for you:
The Red Tab: this is the conventional handle. When you have to pull out the prostate massager, this is what you will hold and gently pull it. When you exercise your kegel muscles, this tab also enhances sensations dramatically.
The White Tab: This is the perineum tab. The tiny ball rests against your perineum, and adds a bit of pressure, which sends a tingling sensation down your spine. It’s definitely not that noticeable as the company suggests, but it still does its job.
However, you will have a hard time isolating the sensations made by these tabs, because you will primarily be focused on all the other wonderful sensations provided by the massager.
The Design – The Ultimate Aphrodisiac
As you can see above, the company has gone into great lengths in order to highlight the design elements of the Helix Syn Trident.
There are two key elements that make this prostate massager perform so well: number one is the main shaft and the second one is the location of the perineum stimulator.
You won’t notice these elements until you start using the Helix Syn Trident frequently. As you do, you will realize that these two elements will combine to provide an incredibly soothing and pleasurable sensation.
Best of all, you never have to worry about adjusting the prostate massager using your hands. It remains in place!
My Journaled Experience
The Helix Syn Trident is definitely in my list of the top prostate massagers by Aneros. The company has touted their Trident line in various marketing campaigns, and once you use it, you will see why.
The frontal shape of the Helix Syn Trident is designed to stimulate the prostate. Many people find it difficult to stimulate their prostate properly, and I found that the Aneros had put in special thought to make this easy.
The curvature of prostate massager allows it to sit right at the prostate, and this helps in maximizing pleasure by a considerable margin. There are three things which I always like to check when testing new prostate massagers:
- Build quality
- Ease of insertion
One of the things that really stood out for me was the perineum stimulator at the top. It is made of soft plastic, so while the ABS core doesn’t budge, the stimulator at the top slightly flexes. This just amplifies the pleasure.
I used the Helix Syn Trident this past weekend, and as always, I first washed up properly. You really don’t want any nasty surprises down there. Now, let’s talk about the good part.
The slightly elongated tip makes it very easy to insert the device inside. I faced a bit of difficulty in getting past the first bulb, but once you pass that, the rest is just easy. It goes into autopilot on its own and enters inside.
As soon as it went in, I could feel my ass getting full. Keep in mind that this toy is a bit small, but there are two amazing sensations that you will notice: the tight sensation as it gently stimulates the prostate, and the soothing anal massage.
When the two happen together, it’s an out-of-this-world experience. Think of it this way: all of the pleasure that you can feel will be focused on just one section: your anus. And, it is amazing.
Aneros Helix Syn Trident vs. The Rest – How Does it Stack Up?
Now, let’s see how the Helix Syn Trident compares with the rest of the Aneros prostate massagers.
- Aneros Helix Syn Trident vs. Aneros Eupho Syn Trident:
Shape: The Helix Syn Trident has a more pronounced and slightly thicker shape than the Eupho Syn Trident.
Length: The Helix Syn Trident is 4 inches. The Eupho Syn Trident is 0.2 inches longer.
Curvature: The Helix Syn Trident has a curve at the top that helps it rest against your perineum properly.
- Aneros Helix Syn Trident vs. Aneros The Helix Syn:
Materials: The Helix Syn Trident uses the velvet-touch silicone. The Helix Syn (discontinued) doesn’t use the same material.
Tabs: The tabs on the Trident are more pronounced and offer better sensations.
Pricing: The Syn Trident is $69.95, whereas the Helix Syn was $55.
- Aneros Helix Syn Trident vs. MGX Syn Trident
Length: The Helix Syn Trident (4 in) is slightly longer than the MGX Syn Trident (3.8).
Price: They are both priced at $69.95.
Stem: The Helix Syn Trident has a curved stem, whereas the MGX Syn has a ribbed stem.
Should You Buy the Aneros Helix Syn Trident?
Absolutely. The Helix Syn Trident is of an ideal size, it is made of premium materials, and it is priced accordingly. The curved head gently massages the prostate, and it will really help you elevate your anal play.