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The most obvious feature of the Gyro is the base. The base is a semi-sphere that is seamlessly molded into the entire massager as one smooth, non-porous cast of silicone. The silicone used has a very firm texture with only slight forgiveness (wiggle). From the tip to the bottom of the base, the curved Gyro measures around 6.5 inches. However, the actual insertable length is more like 3.5 - 4 inches. The cross-section at the widest point of insertion puts the diameter at just shy of 1.5 inches.
Some of you who are beginners or novices in the practice of prostate massage might shy away from something with these measurements, but I'm here to tell you that you can handle it. Nexus is even so kind as to provide an instruction book with their products that will tell you how to breathe and relax before and during the use of your new Gyro.
The key to using the Gyro is lots of water-based lubrication, a firm surface to sit on, a towel, and some time. You never want to rush the experience. If you do that, not only do you risk injury, but you will also miss out on some exquisite sensations...including the coveted prostate orgasm.
When rocking on the Gyro, my best sensations were felt sitting with my legs out and knees bent to the outside (essentially making a circle with my legs where my feet almost touch). By rocking aggressively forward, the Gyro hit my prostate with a gentle but firm massage. By maintaining slight rocking movements in that position, I was able to bring myself to the brink of prostate orgasm. But, unless my settings are just right, it's hard for me to get out of my head and just let it happen. So, over and over again, I continued to bring myself to the cusp. When I couldn't take any more of the sensation and needed to cum, only then is when I used my hands. At that point, it took about 20 seconds to ejaculate, and the orgasm lasted about 30 seconds.
The overall feeling, after a long session with the Gyro, was an incredible sensation of cathartic release.