Earlier in 2020, I purchased a Priapus nozzle from Siliconenozzles.com. I had been intrigued by the nozzle as another Zity member (@loveitkinky) had shared some of his images. Given its size (both diameter and length), I figured that "Yeah, I can take that" based upon some of the other larger nozzles and toys that I have and have successfully and enjoyably inserted. When one of these popped up on the Silicone Nozzles website under their "ready-to-ship" category with a discount because of a small defect, I took the opportunity to purchase it.
It arrived in the mail a day ahead of when I expected it to arrive and when I took it out of the box there was an OMG moment at seeing it for real rather than in photos. It measures at just slightly less than 18 inches (46 cm) long and 6 cm across at its widest point at the base. It has a retention ring and indentation at the base to help seal and hold it in place when fully inserted. I cleaned the nozzle and prepared to insert it for the very first time. Since, I had taken several enemas earlier that morning and played with some of my larger toys, I knew I'd have a reasonable shot at sliding it all the way in the first time (without being attached to a bag, hose, etc.). With a generous amount of lube, it did slip in all the way the very first time and it was quite a filling experience.
After that first day, fully inserting the nozzle to its full length became a challenge and I wasn't willing to "push my luck" if there seemed to be too much resistance. The last couple of inches was the challenge to get the tip to navigate into and through my Sigmoid colon. But with time and patience, the nozzle kept sliding further and further in. I could insert it most of the way and use it as an enema nozzle and it feels marvelous, but the goal of full insertion remained elusive in the early months.
One afternoon in June, I had a bag of isotonic saline enema solution hung up and attached to the nozzle. All my previous forays with this nozzle were with the open bore disconnected from any bag and this happened to be a critical consideration for sliding the nozzle both in and most particularly out. But progress had been good and I realized that this day the nozzle was likely to slide all the way in. I was correct and it did pop in that last half-inch rather intensely as the retention ring was seated. I was sitting on the toilet lid with the nozzle fully inserted. Unfortunately, I had used a straight connector to the nozzle rather than an L-connector so the hose was kinked and folded and I needed to get into a different position in order to straighten the hose. I assumed that the nozzle would stay in me when I stood up to get down on my hands and knees and it did...for a moment. Suddenly, the nozzle slid out very, very rapidly before I could reach back and stop it and it bounced onto the floor. The clamps were still closed and there was no enema solution flow. But the sudden rapid release of the nozzle placed my colon under a momentary vacuum as the nozzle slid out and the head was suddenly ripping through my Sigmoid and rectum. The net effect was internal bruising and I set the nozzle aside for a few weeks. When I went back to using it from time to time, I would press it to a comfort level and stop. But each time it was going deeper and deeper and I knew to have a firm hold on the nozzle as I let it out.
So, now it's back to full insertion with an L-connector and deep enemas with this nozzle and always careful not to let it slide out in an uncontrolled manner. So, on this day it slid in all the way with the proper connector. Images are from both still and videos taken during the insertion.
And the subsequent enema? It was marvelous!