MEO Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs


I think of myself as having quite a high pain tolerance and I love using clamps and impact toys. However, when MEO sent me their Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs I had to admit defeat.

The concept of the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs is simple but so clever. Clamps with a difference. But before I go on, first a warning. As suggested by the name MEO Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs contain magnets and this makes them unsuitable for use by people with electronic implants.

This includes pacemakers, defibrillators or activatable implants. Magnets can disrupt these devices and MEO suggest keeping 20cm between the implant and magnet. Myself, if I had one of these devices I’d probably avoid these clamps to be sure.

Magnetic Pull

So, that’s the serious stuff out the way. Opening the package, I was somewhat bemused when two small silver balls fell out. This is the entire product and why they are Oh So Easy. There is no screwing or fiddling about with the orbs. Just straight on.

Each Orb contains a super powerful magnet. Don’t underestimate the power of this at all. I found they could pull each other together with a fair distance between them. They go with a hell of a smack too.

The general premise of the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs is simple. Put them either side of your nipple and let the magnet hold them in place. They attract together and trap your nipple between them. The applications for these little buggers is endless. They can be used on balls, cocks, clits and labia.

Painful Pinch

In the interests of disclosure here is where I admit I won’t be doing any of that. Without doubt the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs are the most painful clamps I’ve ever tried. They are much tighter than any regular screw or crocodile clamp. This is simply because the magnetic force is so strong.

Applying the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs isn’t difficult. But you do need to be careful. Holding the balls in either hand you need to slowly push them on either side of your nipple. If you don’t hold them tightly the magnetic pull will literally snatch the ball from your fingers and thwack it into your nipple with a hell of a bite.

Hard to Move

I can only imagine the pain levels if this was applied to your clit or balls. I found once in place either side of my nipple the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs stayed put with no problem at all. In fact, they are difficult to remove. Even more so with slippery fingers. The magnet is so strong you kind of slide the balls off each other. If you have lube or bodily fluids on your fingers this is almost impossible.

Describing the pain of using the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs is hard. I found the pinch was so strong it led to a kind of heat within my nipple. At first this was extremely exciting but I quickly found the pain was too strong. Luckily, I was in a position to remove them but I imagine had I not been I’d have quickly been engaged in some pretty heavy-duty begging.

Each orb measures around 10mm in diameter so storage is simple, but due to the nature of the magnets you must be careful where you put them. The orbs are silver in colour and are metal coated giving them a real hard pinch.

In Summary

It’s worth mentioning that the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs are sold as pairs so if you want a set for each nipple your will need to order two sets.

MEO sell the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs for 16,90€ so you’d be looking at just under 34€ for a set. For such a solid and evil set of clamps I think this is very reasonable. I found the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs very effective. There is no denying how well they work. For me they are a tad too much in terms of pain but if you’re looking for a strong sensation these would be brilliant.

Thank you to the great people at MEO for sending me the Oh So Easy Magnetic Orbs. I was sent this item free of charge in exchange for an honest and impartial review.


  1. If you’re using the 1/2″ spherical magnets try this: Get a vinyl coated, wire clothespin, (here, there, WallyWorld), place one sphere on either side of the clothespin up near the coil, then install the clothespin as usual and carefully roll the spheres one at a time up to the end. The options are endless plus you have a convenient handle with which to connect. When it’s time to remove, simply roll the spheres, one at a time, back to the coil and remove.


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