Master Series Invasion Silicone Urethral Sound Trainer Set – Blue Set of 3
Curious about urethral sounding, but don’t know where to start or what to use first? Make your first sounding experience a good one with a high-quality urethral sounding training kit.
Like a lot of kinky fun, urethral sounding requires preparation and patience. You don’t want to shove a big rod in your body when you first start. You need to help your body adjust to accommodate the size and sensation of the rod. That’s where the Master Series Invasion Silicone Urethral Sound Trainer Set comes in. Start with the smallest rod and slowly work your way up to bigger sizes. This set includes three eight-inch rods that increase in diameter from one end to the other. The small rod starts at .19 inches and ends at .23 inches. The medium rod starts at .27 inches and widens to .32 inches. Finally, the largest rode begins at .34 inches and ends at .37 inches in width.
Here’s what you need to know about this kit:
- Set of three rods
- Eight inches long
- Flexible rods
- Great for beginners
What is urethral sounding?
Sounding is most commonly used to help men with enlarged prostates by keeping their urinary tract and urethra open. Along the way, people figured out that sounding feels good and helps stimulate the prostate. Now sounding is a kinky form of sensation play and an exciting way for some people to get off.
Is urethral sounding kinky?
While sounding isn’t automatically kinky, it can be. Some people genuinely enjoy the sensations and the prostate orgasm they get from it. But others use it in BDSM play with the person being penetrated submitting to/bottoming for a dominant partner who “controls” the play and the sensation. Like all kinky play, you need to discuss sounding with your partner before you try it, get each other’s consent, and play safely.
Do I need lube?
Yes! Always use lube while engaging in sounding play. While the penis can create natural lubricant aka pre-ejaculate, it’s not going to be enough for sticking a rod in your penis. Using lube will make the process more comfortable and prevent injury to the inside of your urethra. Because rods are usually made of metal or silicone, you can use a wide variety of lubricants.