Last Updated: 14 October, 2022
The Aneros MGX Syn Trident is one of the flagship prostate massagers released by Aneros, the leaders in the world of prostate massagers. In this MGX Syn Trident review, we’ll go over my experience with it and its features in detail.
You should know that the MGX Syn Trident is one of the best Aneros prostate massagers available today.
- Very easy to use and get started with
- The kundalini tab offers amazing sensations all the way to your back
- Has a ribbed stem that further enhances pleasure
- The velvet-feel silicone is one of the best materials Aneros uses
- The tip width is just around 0.78 inches
- The distance from the stem to the perineum is 1.6 inches
My Full Aneros MGX Syn Trident Review
I tried the MGX Syn Trident and I have to say, it is by far one of the best Aneros I’ve used (and I’ve tried quite a few!). Let me share a few of my thoughts about this MGX Syn Trident why it is so popular.
Packaging – In True Aneros Style
The MGX Syn Trident comes in a fantastic package. When you take off the outer covering, it is presented in a luxury red casing that has a magnetic clasp for coverage.
It’s a flagship prostate massager, and Aneros wants you to know that too. Almost immediately, it gives off a premium vibe.
One thing that you should know about the Aneros MGX Syn Trident is that there is no extra storage pouch, so getting rid of the box will not be such a good idea. After all, why would you want to get rid of something that is so well done?
In fact, the box-like shape of the box is quite ergonomic, allowing you to pack it in or bring it with you in the bedroom hidden conveniently in a couple of bedtime books.
Unclasp the box, and the MGX Syn Trident shows itself in all its true glory.
Aneros wants you to focus solely on the MGX Syn Trident out of the box, so there’s nothing else. There are no charging cables, no lubes, nothing.
It’s absolutely glorious, and when it comes to presentation, I have to give these guys full marks.
Material and Flexibility – This Thing is Rock Hard!
The MGX Syn Trident is made using a very high-quality silicone. Aneros refers to its as their velvet touch silicone, and sure enough, it does feel absolutely smooth to touch.
It’s made from FDA approved phthalate free materials, and one of the things that I noticed is just how easy it is to clean the MGX Syn Trident after use.
The material definitely lends itself to this; it’s non-porous, so a combination of antibacterial soap and warm water is enough to clean it properly. But, I prefer using a disinfectant too.
Another thing noticed is that there is virtually no bend in the MGX Syn Trident; it’s easy to say that the silicone core in the main body is extremely firm. This isn’t just for durability; it also serves a functional purpose.
The rigidity makes its easy to use and ensures that all movements are translated into sensations, which gives you an absolutely mind-blowing experience when used correctly (we’ll get to that later on!).
The Tabs – Arms of Love
See those two tabs? They aren’t just designed for looks; they also serve a very important purpose. The two protrusions extend around 4 to 5 cm on either side. These are the P&K tabs, also known as the perineum and kundalini tabs.
Both of these tabs stimulate different erogenous zones. The kundalini tab really does a fantastic job sending pleasurable sensations throughout my back when used correctly.
These two tabs play an integral role in preventing the massager from sucked inside (it can happen during those intense sessions!), so even if they don’t do anything for you (highly unlikely), they are there for a reason.
My Journaled Experience – Rock It Baby!
My experience was the MGX Syn Trident has been nothing short of amazing. I have to tell you that this was the first Trident massager from Aneros that I tried, and based on the tremors that ran through my body, I can tell you that I’ll be trying several others too.
The MGX Syn Trident is just the right size (the insertable depth is just under 4 inches). I decided to try it the night after I got it.
It had been a tiring day and I really wanted to give this a go. When I took it out of the box, I was pleasantly surprised. Aneros really went all-out with the quality of the MGX Syn Trident.
It looks and feels amazing. The premium feeling is hard to ignore.
I got on the bed, and lubed it generously. I prefer using prostate massagers while lying on my stomach, but it is always fun to experiment.
You can lay down on your back with your legs curled up to your stomach, or you can just lift up one leg and keep the other straight. It primarily depends on whatever makes you more comfortable.
I decided to turn to one side, and gently inserted the MGX Syn Trident. It touches your prostate almost immediately, and one of the things I noticed was the sensation of the ribbed stem.
Aneros tells you that the MGX Syn Trident is designed for hands-free use, so I began by contracting the sphincter muscles and using my kegel muscles.
The key to a good and pleasurable experience with the prostate massager lies in relaxing. You have to take deep breaths, and let go of all mental worries.
You really have to get into it if you want to feel the sensations inside. The slightly angled head went to work almost immediately as I began doing kegels, pulling the massager in tightly.
The perineum tabs were a pleasant surprise. I have to be honest; I didn’t have much hopes about them, but as I began relaxing and massaging the sphincter muscles, I could feel these tabs sending small shockwaves up my spine.
They continued to grow in intensity over time, and it wasn’t long before I could feel the spasms all over my body.
If you haven’t used a prostate massager before, it might take a bit of time for you to get used to the sensation. But, if you have a bit of experience (like yours truly), it took exactly 20 minutes.
The aim is to just let your body flow and get the best out of the experience.
As is good practice, it’s best to clean the Trident once you are done. I always make sure to wash and disinfect it before putting it away.
Aneros MGX Syn Trident VS The Rest – How Does it Compare?
Let’s compare the MGX Syn Trident with some of Aneros other prostate massagers.
- MGX Syn Trident vs. Eupho Syn Trident
Shape: The MGX Syn Trident has a ribbed stem, whereas the Eupho Syn Trident does not.
Stimulation: The angled head of the MGX Syn Trident also offers greater stimulation, while the Eupho Syn has a slightly elongated, thinner head.
Profile: The MGX Syn Trident has a slightly thicker profile when compared with the slim size of the Eupho Syn Trident.
- MGX Syn Trident vs. Helix Syn Trident
Length: The MGX Syn Trident is a bit shorter and easier to use than the Helix Syn Trident, which has a longer head.
Price: Both of these retail for $69.95 as they are flagship products.
Stem: The MGX Syn Trident has a ribbed stem. The Helix Syn does not.
- MGX Syn Trident vs. MGX Trident
Material: The MGX Syn Trident uses velvet-touch silicone, whereas the MGX Trident doesn’t.
Price: The MGX Syn Trident retails for $69.95, whereas the MGX Trident is only $55.
Arms: The MGX Syn Trident has modified arms for better external stimulation. The MGX Trident features the standard design elements.
Should I Buy the MGX Syn Trident?
If you are in the market for a premium Aneros that is going to help you achieve the Super O, the MGX Syn Trident should definitely be at the top of your list.
It’s a fantastic prostate massager that is well worth the price.