Feb 202014

Geisha Balls from Fun Toys

- Made from safe materials
- Great for any experience level
- Weight variety
- Easy to clean/care for
- Lack of sensation with the inner ball
- Size might not be right for some
- Pink and purple balls




Exercising your PC muscle is important for a variety of reasons, but it’s not always easy to set aside a specific time for it.  A busy schedule shouldn’t prevent you from being as healthy as you can be, and using balls designed for strengthening this muscle can be a huge help.  Geisha Balls are fantastic in several ways.  They’re made from safe materials that can be sterilized, are easy to care for and use, and work for any experience level thanks to the variety of weights included in each set.  Having the balls inside your body allow you to go about your day, no matter how busy, while they remind you to work your muscles.  The inner balls within the plastic don’t seem to be as obvious during use, and the size still might not be right for everyone, but they’re a great option to consider if you’re looking for a set that will grow with you.


Geisha Balls from Fun Toys are a set of Kegel exercisers that are designed to work with your body to strengthen your PC muscle.  The four balls offer a variety of weights which allow you to switch them out to provide the perfect workout for your experience level.

If you’re unfamiliar with balls like this, they are inserted into the vagina and left there for periods of time.  You can set aside specific time to use them, or simply go about your day while wearing them.  You can feel totally safe using them in public without anyone knowing because they’re completely silent and hidden inside your body.

This set includes four balls that are different colors and weights, and a harness that will hold two at a time.  If you’re new to Kegels, you’ll want to start with the lightest two weights and work your way up to the heaviest.  Once you feel like the lighter ones aren’t challenging you enough, step up to the next weight.  If you find the weights you’re using are too challenging, you can always go back to the lighter balls.  How often you use them will make a difference in the results you see, naturally wearing them more often will help you strengthen your muscles more than if you use them infrequently, though your individual experience will vary.

The balls can also be used without the harness, though this option works best for those that have already used strengthening techniques since removing them is much more of a challenge.  Many people enjoy using balls like this during intercourse, but that’s not something I’ve tested myself.

Geisha Balls were designed for woman as they are strictly intended for vaginal use.  You can’t thrust with them, they don’t vibrate (though they have internal balls which move around to serve as a reminder to work the muscle), and though it has a retrieval cord there’s nothing to prevent them from getting lost in your body which makes them unsafe to use anally.



The Geisha Balls are made from two different materials; silicone for the harness and ABS plastic for the balls themselves.  Both materials are non-porous, latex free, and phthalate free.  After each use it’s important to remove the balls from the harness to properly clean using soap and warm water or your favorite sex toy cleaner.  If you ever want to sterilize, the harness itself can be boiled or cleaned in the dishwasher, but a 10% bleach solution can be easily used for everything (the plastic balls shouldn’t be boiled).  Since the harness is silicone, it’s only compatible with water-based lubricants, though silicone would be safe if you’re only using the plastic balls.

The balls are all totally firm and naturally have no give because they’re made from plastic.  The harness, on the other hand, is very flexible and was designed to be stretched, bent, tugged on, etc.  The way it stretches is a wonderful thing for placing and removing the balls, but can be a little bit of a challenge to insert and remove.  Make sure to wrap the cord around your finger and it will be easier to pull out.

The surface of the silicone is mostly smooth, but does drag across the skin.  A little lube is all it takes to eliminate this issue.  You’ll also find this silicone is great at picking up lint and small particles, so make sure you rinse/wash prior to use.  Since the silicone doesn’t completely surround the balls inside, there is a noticeable texture.  You can only feel it while you’re inserting them, but since you’re not thrusting, it’s very manageable and should only be felt when you’re putting them in and taking them out.  Both the harness and balls have seams that can be felt with your hands, but aren’t felt during use.


This set includes four balls that are the same size, but are different weights and colors.  The lighter the weight, the lighter shade of pink, with the heaviest weight being purple.  I think making them different shades to reflect the weights was a great idea, I just wish they would have done it in a more neutral color since not everyone enjoys pink and purple.

The overall design of the Geisha Balls is quite familiar if you’re used to seeing Kegel exercisers, though not all sets are this versatile.  The harness features two circular areas that have four sides to help hold the balls in place, but make them easy to remove.  Between these two areas is a thin silicone cord that allows the harness to bend easily, and the bottom has a cord that helps with removal.  The cord will stick out from your body (kind of like a tampon string) but is flexible enough that you don’t really notice it hanging there while you’re wearing them.

Inside the plastic balls are smaller, weighted balls.  You can shake them around in your hand and hear them moving, but when they’re inside your body they can’t be heard.  These inner balls serve as a subtle reminder to work those muscles since they move around when you do.


The weights included in this set are what really makes it stand out.  You don’t have to purchase multiple sets as you advance, instead, you can advance using this set alone.  Fun Toys says, “we include the lightest and the heaviest balls on the market.“, so it works well no matter your experience level is.  There are a total of six different ways you can use the weights (the image below doesn’t include using the 24 g ball with the 56 g – the difference is only 2 g from the third option).


The size is very reasonable, though total beginners might feel a little uncomfortable when wearing them at first.  The full length of the harness is 7 1/2″, the retrieval cord being 4″ from the base of the second ball to the end.  Each of the balls are  1 1/4″ in diameter on their own; the harness only adds 1/16″ to it.  They’re compact and great for traveling with since they don’t take up a lot of space (or you could just wear them on your journey) and look fairly discreet.



Untitled-10Untitled-9The Geisha Balls arrive in a mostly white box with an artistic image on the front, an image of the product on the back, and information on all sides.  It’s not discreet, but is very tasteful and attractive.  The box is closed magnetically and is a flap that lifts from the bottom up, revealing the set inside.  The lighter two balls are already inside the harness and each of the pieces are nestled in foam.  Underneath each piece is a colored paper that tells you the weight of each ball.  The foam has a ribbon at the top that helps you lift out the tray.  Below that you’ll find the storage pouch which is conveniently included with your set.  There’s a small booklet included that shows you, through drawings, how to change out the balls.  I love the artistic feel, but I think a beginner might need information rather than just images.  The packaging is quality and can be used for storage, or the pouch can be used.



I started working my muscles when I was young without even realizing there was a benefit to it, simply because it felt good.  When I got older and had children there was a lot of talk buzzing around about how important it is to strengthen your muscles after childbirth.  I didn’t feel like I had an issue with my muscle strength, but I immediately felt concerned.  I purchased a set of glass Ben Wa balls first, but had trouble removing them because they didn’t come with a harness, so I tried a silicone set that was one piece.  I didn’t find it to be a challenge at all.  The size was too large, and the weight was too light.  Had I purchased a set with balls that could be switched out, I would have had more success.

I’ve tried a variety of different balls since then.  Enjoying some, being challenged by others, and being disappointed in many.  The Geisha Balls are the first set I’ve used that featured a harness and balls that contained different weights.  There are a lot of things I really enjoyed about these, and a couple things I didn’t care for.

I love the fact that the weights make them so versatile.  I can choose to be really challenged one day, and take a break and use lighter weights the next.  The fact that you can increase or decrease the weight at any point is wonderful since it’s unlikely you’d need to purchase another set.

The thing that I was most displeased with is the fact that I couldn’t feel the inner balls moving around as much during use.  After wearing them for a couple hours I had completely forgotten they were inside me (using the two middle weights).  This is great because it shows how comfortable they can be, but I don’t want to be comfortable when the point is to be challenged.  When I switched to the heaviest and second heaviest weight I found them to be more of a challenge, but the inner balls just didn’t seem obvious to me.

Overall, I think this is an awesome set, and will likely be the only one you’ll ever need to purchase.  Whether you’re a beginner or have been using Kegel balls for years, this set should suit your needs!

Interested in purchasing your own Geisha Balls?  You can by clicking on the banner below to visit My Secret Luxury!


Geisha Balls were provided to me free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.  This is in compliance with FTC guidelines.

 Leave a Reply