Tenga Eggs Review

August 18th, 10   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   2 Comments
Tenga Eggs Review

The front side of the egg. The decoration on the packaging matches what the inner texture looks like.

The Tenga Eggs are all small male masturbation toys that are intended for 2-3 uses. The Tenga Egg includes the TPR silicone sleeve as well as lubricant for the egg. The sleeve is a cloudy white and the entire egg is about two inches tall. It basically is about the same size as a cooking egg but just with a bit more height and a bit more width.

The eggs all come in a small, plastic egg-shaped container that keeps the TPR silicone egg safe during shipping and packaging. The outside of the plastic egg will have a plastic lining around it that will show what textured egg is contained within. The packaging is all written in an Eastern Language (Japanese, I’m guessing, but not sure), so you can’t actually read the instructions.

Just for information for this review, we received the Spider Texture egg from Babeland. The egg was opened, used to completion, and thrown away within just one use. We used the lubricant that came with the egg without any extra added lubricant. The boyfriend has an average-length penis but is a little bit above average on girth.

Basically, some people may wonder exactly how a penis is going to fit into this egg. When the boyfriend saw it, he thought it was a masturbator just for the head of the penis, and he honestly wasn’t very excited to use it. In my mind, I imagined something of the same. I thought it was made a jelly material that wouldn’t stretch much and was just intended for use over the head of the penis. However, that’s not how it works.

The TPR silicone material has quite a bit of stretch to it. It basically stretches over the head of the penis and looks like a hat. (A little silly hat.) But that’s unstretched. When stretched out, it will easily reach the bottom of the shaft of the penis. The material of the bottom of the egg stays relatively bunched out but the material near the top of the egg stretches out really thin. Like, really thin. This is the reason that many reviewers say that this egg isn’t going to last very long – that material acts like it will break relatively easily.

Tenga Eggs Review

The backside. All in a foreign language. :(

The lubricant that comes with the egg does work amazingly to lubricate the egg. The boyfriend put it into the egg, so I didn’t get a chance to read the packaging, but I’d imagine it was water-based lubricant. The lube lubricated the egg well, and the entire twenty minute session didn’t require any addition lubricant. The lube that comes with it really should work for pretty much anyone.

The texture on the inside felt okay to him. For the most part, he agrees that it was a nice addition to masturbation. He said it definitely differs in sensation compared to Fleshlights or other canister-type masturbators just because of how its set up. It basically adds a slight bit of sensation to the regular sensations that you normally have during masturbation since your hand still controls all of the pressure of the toy. However, he still was a little unimpressed with the sensations. I think using a different egg texture might have improved the sensations a bit. This one had slight little ridges all over the body of it. I think if the ridges had been more pronounced, it might have been more pleasurable.

We chose to use the egg as a one-time use. We had planned to use it that way before we actually used it, but after the one use we did use it for, afterwards, we found that it had a hole developing in the top of the egg. A rip of the material. I honestly think it probably would have split with a second use of the egg. So we just trashed the thing. He was pretty rough on the egg, so that might have something to do with it, but what’s the fun in using it if you have to be gentle with the Tenga Egg? Not much of a point. So I’d say to consider this a “one-time-use” purchase, but if you take care of the egg, it’s possible to keep it for multiple uses.

Cleaning wouldn’t be too difficult if you wanted to keep it. The egg can reverse inside out easily. You just would want to rinse the egg out with warm water. You’d have to find a water-based lubricant to use with the egg as well as the included lubricant packet was meant to be one-use. You could store the sleeve back in the egg casing if you wanted to.

Our final opinion? The Tenga Egg Spider Texture was a fun adventure, and it was adorable to take it out of the sleeve, but I’m not sure that, as a broke college student, I could consider it worth the money for the one-time-use. It enhanced masturbation a little bit, but the boyfriend is much, much more fond of our Fleshlight, and since that’s much more reusable, I’d consider it a better investment for the two of us. However, if you are looking for a no-maintenence sex toy that allows you to add an interesting sensation to your own hand during masturbation, check out these Tenga Eggs sold by Babeland – a sex toy store. You can purchase each one individually or purchase a “carton” of six eggs. (Such a cute idea!)

2 Comments on "Tenga Eggs Review"

CallMeKayla says...
August 18th, 2010

Hmmm.. I’ve been wondering about these.. glad I read your review!

Amanda says...
August 22nd, 2010

Yes! We have tried some Tenga Eggs as well and we really liked them. They are a great solution to the usual hand job for sure.




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