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This is an effective set of Kegel exercisers for advanced users.
Reading the description, it sounds like you get a ton of neat information about how you’re doing with your Kegels. It sounds like the Candy uses a pressure sensor to sense how well you’re squeezing and it’ll tell you that. And “each movement is recorded”? It sounds a lot like the Minna kGoal. This is, actually, why I agreed to review this device. But no. It doesn’t do anything like that. You don’t get feedback on how well you’re doing.
This nephrite jade is so dark, so opaque, that I can barely distinguish the colour green. At first glance, it looks like a warm black. Under pure white light outside, however, you can see that it’s a deep, rich, green.
Like many Kegel exercisers, these balls consist of an internal free-roaming weight inside a shell. This means that, when you shake them, you’ll hear a soft, deep, jiggle as they knock about the shell.
I’m no stranger to the importance of Kegel exercises. But I suck at them, truly I do, which is probably why my vagina can’t yet crush boulders into fine sand (I’m working on it though). I struggle with staying in the habit of doing something as tedious as consciously clenching my PC muscles every day. So, when I heard about Kegel balls, I rejoiced because, finally, I could exercise my PC muscles without having to think about every single conscious clench.