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Introducing Kegel8's first-ever vaginal probe that's like no other; we took our experience, we took your feedback and now the Kegel8 Glide Gold Vaginal Probe is here!
The Kegel8 Glide Gold Vaginal Probe is an innovation in pelvic floor toner probes and we believe it is the best single-channel probe available today.
Its ergonomic shape glides easily into position and is comfortable to use. We have eliminated the protruding stem which makes seated pelvic floor exercises very uncomfortable and even impossible with most other probes. Seated pelvic floor exercise positions aren't just more convenient at times, they actually optimise your posture which is clinically proven to give better results. The simplistic nature of its design makes it one of the most lightweight vaginal probes available today. When using your Kegel8 pelvic toner in a standing position, the Glide will stay effortlessly in place and won't fall out.
Inserting the Kegel8 Glide is simple, insert the probe with the electrodes positioned hip-to-hip with the 'scoop' shape downwards; it glides into position effortlessly, naturally fitting the contours of your body. And removal is just as easy; we've reinforced the wires of the probe with an outer casing which seals them from moisture ingress but also provides a pull tab so you can comfortably slide the probe out of position without damage to the wires.
What's so unique about the design of the Kegel8 Glide Gold Vaginal Probe?
The Kegel8 Glide Gold Vaginal Probe features 2 electrodes both carefully positioned to stimulate the back part of the pelvic floor; this is where the majority of the pelvic floor muscles are positioned which will give you noticeable results, faster.
Caroline Orchard, Kegel8 Ambassador
And of course, our electrodes are gold plated - you'd expect nothing less from Kegel8! Gold plated electrodes not only make a probe suitable for those with a nickel intolerance (that's 10% of the UK population that are aware of their allergy) but gold is also a much better conductor than silver, so you'll feel far stronger and more effective stimulation pulses.
If you have a prolapse, we know just how difficult it can be to find a probe that is comfortable and right for you. With the Kegel8 Glide we've solved that problem; with no hollows that can tug and snag causing discomfort, we have managed to maintain a width that will provide effective contact with the pelvic floor muscles. What's more, the scoop design actually offers support to your prolapse whilst you exercise, making it the perfect accompanying probe to the Kegel8 Ultra 20 with its clinically proven programme to treat prolapse.
We believe the Kegel8 Glide Gold Vaginal Probe is the only probe you'll ever need - try it for 30 days and if you don't agree, we'll give you your money back - guaranteed.
Purchase this product on its own or with a lead wire in the pack size variant option when adding to basket.
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|SKU / Product Code||11207|
|Recommended For||those who have a prolapse or low cervix; weak pelvic floor, bladder weakness. comfortable seated pelvic exercise positions; those with nickel intolerance|
|Can be used with||Kegel8 Ultra 20, Kegel8 Tight & Tone and Tight & Tone Plus, Kegel8 Vitality|
|Length||60mm, width 34mm. 15mm high.|
|No. of Electrodes||2|
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- Outstanding, well done Kegel8 Review by NetMumKate
The Glide probe is easy to insert and BOY is it powerful! I have used the two channel probe for a year or so now but I was amazed how intense the stimulation is, I don't know if it is because it is gold plated, or because of the positioning of the electrode. Either way, I would say it is the strongest probe I have used.
The fact that they have added a reinforced plastic cover to the wire means that removing it is a doddle. No more pulling on the wire, which they say don't do, and it can dislodge the wires and make it unusable (been there done that).
The best bit is that this is finally a probe that sits inside without any annoying nobbly bit outside my body. For those users who have tried the periform and Perisphera H there are long bits sticking out and this means that exercising has to be in private. This one is brilliant. It means I can sit and check e mails or watch TV and no one in any the wiser. Hubby and 10 year old are blissfully unaware that I am exercising whist watching TV, and it doesn't fall out or move around.
I have a grade 1 cystocele so it is suitable for me, compared to other probes with a hole in them which is not suitable. This is lightweight and easy to insert and sits right against my pelvic floor.
Absolutely spot on. Well done to the designers and team at Kegel8 - this finally is a probe that does the job perfectly and may I say, you can tell it has been designed by women, because it fits perfectly.
Thank you for allowing me to try this product, I hope my review helps other with a choice, because it is an absolute winner.
(Kegel8 says, as part of our prototype run for the Glide probe we sent a number of samples to regular users. They were sent free of charge and we asked for a review that would accurately describe the plus, or minus points to the probe.) (Posted on 6 June 2016)
- So much better than the other probes Review by Very impressed
Kegel8 kindly sent me the Glide probe. It is so much better than the other two. It doesn't move about so much and it doesn't fall out when I walk around which means I can get on with other things. This is probably because of its shape and because it is lighter than other probes. I can now sneeze without crossing my legs and can gently jog without feeling heavy down there.
I would recommend this probe very highly as it gives a strong workout and is very comfortable. (Posted on 22 June 2016)
- So comfortable Review by Bouncydog
- Good, but needs an applicator Review by Jen83
I've decided to review this probe as i think this is what needs improving over the device.
Easy enough instructions to follow
Easy to clean
Lasts a lot longer than the pads
Can easily be worn whilst sitting/walking around the house to go and grab a drink etc
Like some of the other reviewers i have had discomfort during application - getting the probe far enough up the canal and in the right position without it twisting is, at times, a battle.
It really needs an applicator - just like they have for tampons. This could ensure that the probe is far enough up and sitting comfortably in the correct position every time.
Get this in the wrong position and it will either hurt or once the programme has started, you wont feel it working at all.
I do hope they develop something to assist in the application for this, because its a great device once everything is where it should be.
Overall though, definitely a good product and really does work if you keep at it. (Posted on 29 August 2016)
- Excellent Review by Sam
- Excellent Review by Gemima
- Disappointed with the quality Review by Sarah
Oh dear I am sorry about that. We have made these extra robust but please e mail me and I'll replace that for you.
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- This probe only lasts 60 treatments so at twice a day that is one month!!!, Review by Sue
1* given because I got no instructions with it so have no idea how far it goes up or how to insert it correctly
And 1* for price. I like Kegal 8 , but they definately use cheap materials for their products....every item I have received so far looks cheaply made. The glide is probably one of the better quality I've received, but it says it's only suitable for 60 uses and at twice a day that's one month....a £1 a day roughly! Not all prolapsing ladies are rich you know!!! (Posted on 3 December 2016)
- Wow! Review by Jacquelyn
- Love this!!!! Review by Cinders
Would definitely recommend this product. (Posted on 19 June 2016)
I'm sorry to hear that you cannot find any information regarding connecting your lead wire to your new Glide Probe.
The Red and the Black ends on your lead wire are positive (red) and negative (black), the colour difference is mainly for when the lead wires are connected to the skin electrode pads as they require specific placement of Positive and Negative connection.
With Probes that have two white ends, like the new Glide Gold Probe, you can connect them to either colour from the lead wire.
Apologies again that you feel there was a lack of information, hope this helps clarify!
We would suggest the Glide probe, this would be ideal for you and will help if there are signs of nerve damage. It is also a wide fitting probe and is more likely to stay in place than your comfort probe.
It is also suitable due to the issues with your cervix and tear.
If you have any further questions please get in touch.
One swallow does not make a summer so it would be more helpful if we were able to read other reviews at the same time.
This is important as it is expensive to keep trying new probes only to find they don't work.
NetMumKate must be loaded to have bought 20 probes in five years! I have three and would have to consider well before investing in this new one.
Once the feedback is in we will of course update our site so that ladies can benefit from others' testimonials.
Sorry I can't seem to find the instructions on which way the probe should be inserted?
Thank you for your query.
The instructions are written on the actual probe itself. On one side of the probe, just above where the wire enters the probe it states 'UP' and you would insert the probe with this side facing upwards.
The metal strips should be inserted facing outwards towards your hips and the probe itself should only be inserted about two inches inside you so it sits very low down just inside the entrance to the vagina.
I hope this helps but if you have any further queries, please dont hesitate to let me know.
Thank you for your question.
The points(muscles) were the probe needs to stimulate are located within the first 2 inches of the vaginal canal. This means the probe needs to be inserted roughly two inches inside you in relation to your vaginal canal. The metal parts of the probe should be fully inside you and not touching any part of the outer skin.
The should also be quite low down and not pushed too far up like you would a tampon.
I hope this helps but if you have any further queries, please contact our customer services team who are happy to help.
My apologies for the delay on the reply to your question.
The program I would recommend that you use with your Ultra 20 and Glide probe is PO14, this is the most suitable program to use to help with your cystocele. Also I would incorporate program PO3 into your exercise plan as this is a good all round pelvic floor strengthener. For the first 4 weeks I would stick to one program per day and after this you could take it up to 2 programs per day, making sure that you leave around an 8 hour gap in between exercises.
Thank you for contacting us. The lead wire comes with some of our probes simply as an extra connection to the unit. Some of out probes have different connectors than other's this the lead wire acts as an adapter.
As you insert the probe you need to be looking down on the concave part of the probe, or as if you are looking down onto a spoon, so to speak. Also the metal strips on the probe need to be hip to hip or against your inner thighs as you put it in. I hope this helps you.
Not as high as a tampon, but inserted so all of the probe is inside the vagina. The gold parts, the electrodes should go hip to hip, and if you closely look at the probe, one side says UP so keep this side up (like a spoon)
I hope this helps.
Customer Care Team
Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately it is quite hard to advise as the fitting of the probes vary from person to person and probe to probe.
The perisize is one of our widest probes which creates a really good secure fit so rarely moves/twists out of place. Some people do find that if they move to other probes after the perisize they don't achieve the same connection.
However the glide probe does have a good width and is curved to fit with your internal body shape, providing a secure and comfortable fit for most customers.
We have received a lot of great reviews from Glide users and the Glide probe actually comes with a 30 day money back guarantee which means if you are not satisfied you can return the probe back to us for a refund within 30 days of purchase.
To help prevent the probe from moving always make sure the probe is only inserted around 2 inches inside the vagina and you only use a tiny tear drop amount of gel. Lying down with your legs crossed over or sitting up straight can also help keep the probe in place.
I hope this helps but if you have any further queries, please contact our customer service team who are always happy to help.
Sorry you haven't received any instructions. Below is a link that will direct you to both user manual and user guide.
To set the Unit and probe together, you need a lead wire connected to channel A, and then plug in one lead wire into the black connector and one in the red. Making sure the batteries are in, switch in your unit and use the P button to select a programme.
If you need any more information, Please don't hesitate to get in touch.
It seems to be working fine if I lie down or stand up but if I sit down it seems to glide too high up and I no longer feel the pulsing. Does this mean another probe would be more suitable for me?
That's no problem as this is very common, As it is going to high when you sit down try propping your self up by leaning back whilst sat but if it still does the same then You can use it lying down or standing up which position works best for you.