Analia - A Nickel Free Gold Plated Anal or Vaginal Probe

Updated: Aug 26, 2019

The Analia Probe is a powerful and effective way to exercise your pelvic floor anally, and is also a perfect vaginal probe for women who prefer a slimmer design.

The all-round electrode surface area allows for efficient stimulation to the entire pelvic floor, and the gold-plated electrodes make it ideal for nickel allergy suffers.

The slimline design of the Analia Probe makes it easy to insert and remove. When you are exercising anally, remember to use plenty of body-friendly water-based lubricant.

The gold-plated electrodes allow the electronic current to pass to your muscles more efficiently, giving you an even more effective workout. Analia’s large electrodes mean that you will get an intensive and efficient workout every time.

The hilt is adjustable to stimulate different muscle groups.

Exercising anally with a Kegel8 V-For-Men electronic pelvic exerciser or Ultra 20 electronic pelvic toner for women, together with an anal/rectal probe, such as Analia, helps to give excellent results for sufferers with a weak pelvic floor that struggle with prolapse, bowel incontinence, excessive flatulence or erectile dysfunction.

Originally designed as an anal probe, the Analia probe is also good for ladies with a narrow vagina, who find conventional vaginal probes too large to insert.

Because we trust the quality of our probes so much we extend the warranty from the standard 60 uses up to 6 months unlimited usage.

Please be aware if you are nickel intolerant, we advise the electrode surface be examined before use to ensure that the surface has not been scratched during storage.

The probe can safely be used for up to 2 years providing all manufacturers recommendations are followed.

This probe is fitted with 2mm female connectors and is compatible with your Kegel8 device via your leadwire.

To help extend the life of your probe and the lead wires*, we advise that when unplugging them you pull from the head of the connector and not from the wire, as this can damage the inside of the wire.

*The best way to avoid damaging your probe is to only remove the wires when you are changing it, as there is no reason to remove them at any other time.


Original article: Kegel8 Website

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