Aneros Helix Trident Review – Classic Aneros Massager

Last Updated: 14 October, 2022

Aneros Helix Trident

The Aneros Helix Trident is the junior brother of the Helix Syn Trident, or the slightly cheaper variant. I got the opportunity to try it out recently, and I’d say it was a fun product to use.

Read on to find out more.

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  • Has a perineum tab
  • Made with FDA approved materials
  • Competitive pricing


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

My Full Aneros Helix Trident Review

The Helix Trident is the cheaper version of the Helix Syn Trident, and while it doesn’t exactly deliver the level of pleasure I’ve become used to with its more expensive counterpart, I was pleasantly surprised by the product and what it can do.

Build Quality – Rock Solid 

Aneros Helix Trident body

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One of the first things that I noticed as I took out the Helix Trident from its box was just how well it was constructed. There was a bit of a pricing complex in my head, but the company has really done a fantastic job with the build quality. Here’s what it’s made of:

  • Phthalate free materials
  • FDA approved ABS plastic core
  • Nonporous hard plastic exterior

Aneros designs all of its products for hands-free use, and judging by the build quality, I was actually excited to take this one up my ass. This thing felt so good in hand, I couldn’t wait to get it inside me.

Believe me, I have used many other prostate massagers, and in this price range ($55!), you’d be hard-pressed to find something that is better built than the Helix Syn. The robust construction really made me confident that I can go hard on this thing.

The Handles – The True Love Handles

Helix Trident Handles

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One of the most iconic features of all prostate massagers made by Aneros is the handles, or the tabs. And, in my experience, they have their merits and demerits.

For instance, if you were thinking of moving about with the Helix Trident in you (I know I’ve done it a few times!), sitting down can be incredibly different.

Don’t get me wrong, the Helix Trident is of the same shape as its more expensive counterpart (Helix Syn Trident), so it does a fine job of stimulating the prostate, but if you were thinking of moving about or sitting with this thing, you simply can’t.

Want to feel naughty in a public environment? Well, this isn’t the product that you would want. However, if you are alone, boy, you are in for a treat.

These tabs, thoughtfully named the Perineum and Kundalini tabs, are designed to stimulate your perineum, and it does a fine job of doing just that. It really heightens the pleasure, I have to say.

Shape – Anatomic Precision 

Aneros Helix Trident Shape

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One of the things that I really like about this product is its shape. The Aneros Helix Trident has a distinctive shape that may seem similar at first glance, but it actually is completely different than all others.

You see, when you use a prostate massager and put something inside of your bum, even the slightest difference in shape or size can have a major impact. This one really does hit the sweet spot.

First of all, it’s not very thick, like the Vice 2, but the head is slightly thick. It’s going to be a bit difficult for you to insert it first, but once it goes in, the curvature does the rest.

This thing literally slides in.

As long as you lube it up, of course. It doesn’t matter if you are new to anal play or an experienced oldie like me, you are going to love this thing! It just feels so good when you let it do its magic.

Materials – Plastic Never Felt Better!

Helix Trident Frontal Shot

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One of the things that I would like to point out is that there is a slight distinction between the material used in the Helix Trident and the Helix Syn Trident is the material.

The company has already announced that they are going to be replacing the Helix Trident with the Helix Syn Trident altogether, and all other prostate massagers by Aneros will be made with the same medical-grade silicone. 

So essentially, this is one of the last Aneros prostate massagers that is made using the ABS nonporous plastic. That’s actually quite important because it helps with the cleaning. Let me summarize the advantages of this for you:

  1. The nonporous plastic is easy to clean
  2. It may feel a bit firm, but it also doesn’t budge when you go hard on it
  3. It’ll probably last you forever

Let me reiterate, hygiene is critically important, and the use of ABS plastic means that you can easily wash the massager with soap and water to clean it up. You don’t have to worry about any nasty smells afterwards.

My Journaled Experience – Moves Like Jagger! 

Helix Trident Closeup

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Now here comes the fun part. Before I get started, I’d like to give you all a little reminder: there’s no prostate massager that can essentially “guarantee” a prostate orgasm. There are just too many variables.

When I received the Helix Trident, I didn’t pay it much attention, I have to say. I wanted this because Aneros was ending production on the Helix Trident, and I wasn’t going to let an OG Aneros bail out on me like that.

So, for a few days, it just gathered dust in my side drawer. It had been a while since I had used a prostate massager, so I decided to give this one a try this past week.

Keep in mind I wasn’t expecting much. I had already used the Helix Syn Trident, so my brain just told me that this is never going to be better than that.

As is my custom, I took it out and lubed it properly, and applied some on my back. I like using disposable plastic sheets when I lay down on the bed, as it helps me relax without worrying about any stains.

I inserted it in, and just like the Helix Syn Trident, this one slid in without a breeze. You have to make sure that you lube up properly if you don’t want any discomfort.

The Helix Syn took a while to get going, but when it did, my body was moving in rhythm with every contraction. It took me around 20 minutes to achieve the Super O with this device.

And for those 20 minutes, I was in sheer bliss. Prostate orgasms make my body shake, sometimes violently.

It’s just so much better than a regular orgasm.

Think of a regular orgasm like a sneeze; it comes and goes. A prostate orgasm, on the other hand, stays. For every second that your body orgasms, you feel amazing.

My dick was rock hard, and I was writhing around on the bed as this little device literally made my body dance. It was just an amazing experience. I later realized that it works just as well for masturbation or during sex. You can easily wear it!

Just don’t think about wearing it out in public, because you won’t be able to sit on a flat surface. I made this mistake once, and my knees still hate me.

One thing I’d like to mention though is that the ABS plastic actually makes the cleaning process so much easier. If you have used the Syn Trident series, you might know that the material begins to smell after a while. It requires deep cleaning.

This one really doesn’t. It’s nonporous, so you can just wash it using warm water and soap. It’s just that simple. However, I go the extra mile, and I prefer cleaning it properly using disinfectant designed for sex toys.

Once you are done, you should keep it back in its case. Don’t like put it in a drawer, as that’ll just turn your prostate massager into a catching tray for bacteria. You really don’t want that.

Aneros Helix Syn vs. The Rest – Is It Worth the Investment?

I decided to compare it with other Aneros prostate massagers. Here’s what I found:

  • Aneros Helix Trident vs. The Maximus Trident

Price: Both are priced at $55, which is reasonable.

Shape: The Maximus Trident has a thicker head, and requires a bit of adjustment.

Length: This one is 4 inches. The Maximus is 4.2, and it makes a big difference

  • Aneros Helix Trident vs. Eupho Trident

Shape: The Helix Syn is slightly fuller than the slimmer Eupho Syn.

Length: Both are an adequate 4 inches in length.

Tabs: Both have the external tabs that are a mainstay of Aneros prostate massagers.

  • Aneros Helix Trident vs. Helix Syn Trident

Price: The Helix Syn Trident is $15 more expensive ($69.95) than the Helix Syn ($55).

Material: The Helix Syn is made using ABS nonporous plastic, while the Syn Trident uses their medical-grade silicone.

Tabs: The tabs on the Helix Syn Trident are more pronounced.

Should You Buy The Aneros Helix Trident?

Hell yes! This is a fantastic prostate massager, and offers real bang for your buck. Plus, it’s being phased out of production, so for any prostate massager aficionado, this is like a collector’s item.

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