K.1 Silicone Magnetic Kegel Balls Review

November 19th, 13   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
K.1 Silicone Magnetic Kegel Balls

Magnetic kegel balls!

Including magnets to provide a new type of kegel exerciser balls that “stick” together, the Laid K.1 kegel exercisers from Pink Cherry Sex Toys really are unique. Featuring four balls (two black, two pink), these balls are made from body-safe silicone and feature a neodymium magnet (n35) on the inside. The pink balls are 1.30″ in size and weigh 37 grams/1.44 ounces. The black balls are 0.67″ in size and weigh 25 grams/0.98 ounces. The two black balls feature the magnet while the two pink balls are made from steel to be easily magnetized.

The packaging for these kegel balls is pretty simplistic. It comes in basic blister-pack packaging that’s really simple to opne. It’s a slight pain in the butt to get the kegel balls to go back into the packaging nicely, though, so you may find that you want to find some other type of storage for these balls. However, make sure to store them away from any electronics; magnets are not usually known for being great friends with most electronics.

K.1 Silicone Magnetic Kegel Balls

Showing all the balls separated from each other.

What makes the Laid K.1 kegel balls different is their addition of magnets. Instead of just having two small, static balls (or one ball) that hangs out in the vagina to do pelvic floor exercises, the K.1 silicone magnetic balls provide four different balls. These balls all “attach” to one another with ease because of the magnets provided in the two black balls. According to Laid, the idea behind these balls is to allow for a more unique way to do pelvic floor exercisers. As these balls can simply be moved around to form different shapes, the idea is to have these fluid, dynamic items inside the vagina that lead to a more active and enjoyable role in working your kegel muscles.

The neat thing about the K.1 Silicone Magnetic Balls is that they also offer a huge variance in how you use them. With the four included balls, that gives you a ton of options. You can just use one, you can use two, you can use three, or you can use all four. You can choose to prefer the larger, pink balls or you can love the small, black balls. It’s really up to you. You can choose to insert one ball at a time, or you can try to insert multiple balls at once. Again, it’s really up to you and what your preferences are.

K.1 Silicone Magnetic Kegel Balls

Showing the size of one of the single, larger pink balls

Something I did notice during use is that these sometimes got pinchy. It wasn’t a common occurance, but it happened enough that I think it’s worth mentioning. If the balls were apart then the magnets caused them to “pull” together, sometimes something got pinched in the process. It wasn’t too painful (as there really isn’t too much extra skin that’s easy to pinch in that area), but it was definitely an “Oh!” kinda thing. Honestly, it hurts a lot more to sneeze than it does to feel that sensation. It’s a very noticeable sensation, but I wouldn’t call it painful. Just letting you know in case you think that might be something that would bother you.

The K1 kegel balls tend to be a bit on the heavier side if you’re using all four. They aren’t the heaviest kegel exercisers out there, but they are definitely a weight that you’re doing to notice. Unless you have practice with exercisers, I would say that the weight is probably going to be too heavy to keep it from slipping out unless you’re actively trying to keep them in (unlike most exercisers). If you’re new to kegel exercisers, you can still look into this set, but it’s recommended to stick with only using one or two balls instead of the full range to start off with.

K.1 Silicone Magnetic Kegel Balls

The packaging for these magnetic kegel balls

The kegel exercisers do a pretty decent job at strengthening muscles. I can’t say whether it’s their weight or the fact that they’re magnetic, but the woman who tried them says that they kept her aware of her muscles throughout the day – especially when the balls would adjust because of the magnets. They made her a lot more aware than other ones that she’s used, and at times, she really felt like she had to tighten the muscles to keep them in – which she says gets tiring after an hour or so, but she also notes that it’s not a bad tiring – it’s that kind of tiring that makes you feel like you’ve worked your muscles well.

I’m not 100% sure how safe I feel these magnets will be for everyone. I’m sure most people probably won’t have any type of issue with them as most people won’t have any reason to be concerned about magnetism. However, if you have any sort of IUD or other internal birth control, you may want to consider thinking twice before using these. While it doesn’t appear copper is usually magnetic, some studies have shown that high-levels of magnets (probably higher than the K.1 balls) can cause it to move. And having your IUD move while trying to have fun? Most likely painful and also possibly dangerous. So if you want to use this kegel exerciser, I’d definitely make sure to have a talk with your doctor. As neat as the idea is, I definitely think most people will have to exercise some caution.

When it comes to cleaning, you’re going to want to use anti-bacterial soap and warm water to clean these little kegel balls. As each one of the balls really has no “holes” or divets, it’s really simple to clean these down. The little pink ones have a slight bit of texture, but it’s nothing that makes it difficult to clean. For storage, the original packaging comes with a small plastic tube that the balls fit in, but there doesn’t appear to be a top for the tube, either. Really, the balls should be fine with wherever you choose to put them as long as it isn’t too hot or in direct sunlight. And as with all silicone toys, make sure to only use water-based lubricant on these. (Plus, silicone-based might make it so slippery that they’ll be a pain to try and keep in.)

As a note, I didn’t try the K.1 Silicone Magnetic Balls myself. I didn’t realize, until I’d received them and my partner made an off-hand comment: that I should possibly be concerned about my IUD and the balls playing well together. I gifted them to a close female friend, and she was happy to report back on her experience, and I’ve changed it into the first-person to make it less confusing to read.

Overall, she recommends these magnetic balls a ton. She likes the weight of them, and she likes that she can adjust how ‘intense’ she’s going to work out her muscles purely based upon how many of the balls she inserts. The magnetic aspect helps the balls “stick together” – plus she also remarks that it’s fun to try and move the balls around while they’re inside you. I personally would recommend being careful if magnets in your vagina may be a bad idea, but if you think you can handle the weight and want to try something like this, the K.1 Silicone Magnetic Kegel Balls seem like a good choice. Thanks for Pink Cherry Sex Toys for providing these magnetic vagina balls for my K1 Silicone Kegel Balls review.




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