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Perifit review: A gamified Kegel exerciser and app that really does help train your pelvic floor


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Developed with top pelvic floor experts the Perifit Kegel Exerciser is a pelvic floor strengthener device for people with vaginas to use at any stage of life. The Perifit device is just 26mm wide and designed to comfortably fit all body types.

Unlike standard kegel trainers, it has superficial pelvic floor sensors, deep pelvic floor sensors, and “clinically proven biofeedback technology” that more accurately measures lift strength and trains the pelvic floor muscle groups. Connected via Bluetooth to an app that acts as your personal coach the exercises are completed via a series of games that the user plays by contracting their pelvic floor muscles.

With the app, you can track your performance, document your progress and share with a global community of fellow users.

‘Training’ sessions are advised to be 5 minutes long, and should not exceed 10 minutes. And the exercises are recommended for a whole host of issues including, urge incontinence, stress incontinence, prolapse, and post-natal recovery, but Perefit also recommends using the device if you’d like to see your sexual wellness improve by way of more intense orgasms.

Fun in-app video games work together with seven unique Kegel exercise programs to successfully strengthen and/or heal your pelvic floor. Some of the programs show visualizations of your contractions in action, challenge yourself to level up, and stay motivated, while the app tracks and monitors your progress.

8.5Expert Score
Perifit exercise program device 'backed by science'

At the time of review, the Perifit device and compatible app is down from $199 to a cost of $149. Designed to help you accurately access your kegel muscles and intuitively develop vaginal strength through games and daily exercises. Similar to other smart kegel trainers such as the We-Vibe Bloom, let’s see how this one fairs in comparison.

Design
9
Ease of Use
8.5
Experience
9
Features
8
Value
8
Positive
  • Great app interface
  • Internal pelvic floor education
  • Comfortable & easy to use
  • On-trend design
Negatives
  • Marketing material on website seems to only target mothers (lacks inclusivity)
  • Gamification novelty can wear off

Perifit Kegel Exerciser Design

The Perifit Kegel Exerciser comes in a sleek rectangular box, snug in a molded compartment. There is also a small instruction booklet, although it is recommended to view the instructional booklet digitally via a QR code.

The exerciser itself is ergonomically designed to fit inside the vagina with ease at just 26mm wide in diameter and comes in two colors; fluorescent pink and mint green. It’s made of medical-grade silicone.

Its flared base means it can’t go too far up the vaginal canal and the base also stores the product’s external low-energy Bluetooth antenna. The button to turn it on and off is in the base. It also has a looped string tail to aid use when training.

Interestingly, the Perifit device is not chargeable. The battery allows for 5+ years of training. If it runs out before 5 years, the company says it will send you the latest Perifit for free and recycle the old one.

Perifit Kegel Exerciser app

The app has a sophisticated interface and needs to be linked to your Facebook, iCloud, or Gmail accounts to track your progress. The launch pages ask the user what their main goal is out of five options: ‘Recover from pregnancy’, ‘Stop leaks’, Reduce prolapse symptoms, ‘Improve sex life’, and ‘Prevent disorder in the future.’ I ticked ‘Improve sex life’ as I was keen to see how using the app regularly might increase the intensity of my orgasms.

The next page on the app shows pictures of how to accurately insert and perform the kegel exercise alongside anatomically correct illustrations. Once that’s all clear the app takes you through to the ‘calibration’ stage where it asks you to follow a ball on the screen and relax and contract your kegel muscles in order for the software to gauge how much average force your contractions are producing.

Once that’s all set up the user can choose any of the seven training games and programs:

  • Practice lab: visualize your contractions and then train specific skills
  • Picasso Game: trains your contraction quality
  • Audio exercise: train without looking at your screen
  • Probeless exercise: train without your Perefit
  • Pong challenge: Refine your contraction technique
  • 3D pelvis: visualize your contractions in 3D

Perifit Kegel Exerciser: In Use

Perifit Kegel Exerciser was very easy to power up and link up to the append begin training. It advised me on how to contract my kegel muscles and what sensations I should look for. Once the app had calibrated contraction strength I began with the Pong challenge for 2 minutes 30 seconds. Unfortunately, I didn’t win many points! Nevermind! I moved on to the flappy bird game for another 2 minutes and 30 seconds. Again, I didn’t win many points but had been trying hard to score ‘high-quality contractions’ where just the kegel muscles are used and not the abdomen muscles (the app has a gauge, which tells you how well you’re doing).

Once my recommended 5 minutes of training were up the app flashed up my day’s stats in a burst of colorful confetti. I then set up an in-app notification to let me know when it would be time to do my exercise for the rest of the week.

After two weeks of training, I felt like I’d gotten into a good routine of doing the 5 minutes of training as I was getting ready for bed, but as to whether doing them had increased the intensity of my orgasms, well I can’t say that I noticed much difference. However, I’ll continue doing the training and will see how I feel in another two weeks.

Two weeks later…

I continued using the device and app to do my 5 minutes of training each day, but by week four, the novelty of playing the game was now wearing a bit thin. I hadn’t noticed any particular changes in the strength of my orgasms during both partnered and solo sex, but then again I’m not someone who’s had any pelvic floor issues. But I do think that the Perifit training program is a great way to do sustained and intentional pelvic floor workouts, which I’m sure are beneficial in the long term.

Perifit Kegel Exerciser: Worth it

The Perifit Kegel Exercise is a really ingenious device that has made the tactic of gamification a surefire way to not only strengthen the groups of muscles which make up the pelvic floor but also to learn about the anatomy of the area and how contracting and relaxing the kegels feels in the body.

The retail price may be on the high end, but what you get for your money is a long-lasting device with a simple-to-use and versatile app.

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