Oxballs Squeeze Ball Stretcher — Test & Review

Aaron Losey   Aaron Losey
Mar 21, 2024

Aaron Losey

Aaron Losey
: 28
: Intermediate
: Male
: Bisexual

  • Are looking for ball-stretchers on a budget
  • Aren't sure this is an experience you'd enjoy
  • Want something easy to maintain
  • Are looking for toys that help you last longer

  • Are wanting something more intense or advanced
  • Have no interest in stretching or squeezing sensations for your balls
  • Lack the hand strength to expand the Oxballs Squeeze enough to put it on

The Oxballs Squeeze is a ball-stretcher, a type of sex toy designed to push or pull on one's balls. Ball-stretchers are used as form of stimulation, or to intentionally stretch things out so that the balls hang lower. Many users also claim it helps delay ejaculation. The Oxballs Squeeze is made of "FlexTPR", which is a type of plastic that acts like rubber. It has an hourglass shape, being the most narrow in the middle, and it has two inside ridges that keep it firmly in place.

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Figuring it Out

The very first thing going through my mind when I unpacked the Oxballs Squeeze was “HOW?” How exactly am I supposed to fit two delicate spheres through this? (It’s supposed to go between the actual balls and the base of the sack, pushing on the balls from the top) I kept messing around with it, trying to get a sense for it, until I was confident enough to just grab opposite sides and pull like a rubber band. This toy is surprisingly elastic. Pulling it wide enough has quite a lot of resistance though; it’s not the easiest thing in the world. I was also briefly worried, every time I put it on, about the possibility my fingers slip before my balls are all the way through. While I don’t think that would cause permanent damage, “extreme pain” really isn’t the effect that the Oxballs Squeeze is trying to go for.

Getting Used to it

I really didn’t know what to expect with this kind of toy, and it’s a very uncomfortable experience at first. Thankfully, the Oxballs Squeeze is mild enough that I didn’t feel the need to take it off right away. The longer I left it on, the more I became accustomed to it. I still can’t say I enjoy it exactly, but was able to experience enough to understand how it might be great for a lot of people.

Secondary Benefits

I know a lot of people use ball-stretchers to intentionally cause their balls to hang lower than they would otherwise. Whether or not the Oxballs Squeeze is good for this or not, I can’t tell you. I don’t have any intention of stretching myself like that. However, there is yet another reason to use ball-stretchers. Many users claim these help you last longer before ejaculation. In my testing, I think there was just enough of a difference to be noticeable, but not really enough of a difference to know that it was definitely the Oxballs Squeeze and not, say, just the psychological effect of having read “ball-stretchers can help you last longer.” Either way, if this is something you enjoy, this could be a nice bonus.

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I don't want to give it a really good design rating, but there are no major flaws. Everything works as intended, and there's clearly some thought put into the functional shape. The inner ridges do help it feel more secure, although I'm not convinced they actually do anything. What holds it back is the aesthetic. A rounded cylinder with all-caps "SQUEEZE" stamped on to side of it has all the presentation of a chef handing you a plate of mashed potatoes with "SPUDS" written into it. It just doesn't look sexy or inviting to me.

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"Ease of Use" is another mixed bag here. For the most part, this is a really easy toy to use. It's straightforward and delivers a mild enough experience that even someone completely new to ball-stretching toys can dive right in. It really loses points here though for how hard it is to put on. This is easily the biggest flaw with the toy. It still feels like I'm doing something wrong to stretch it that wide, but I can't see any other way. If your room happens to be a little cold, it is winter at the time I am testing this, the problem just compounds. You need two hands to keep it stretched, obviously, leaving nothing to help make sure your balls don't shy away from the whole endeavor.

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This thing feels sturdy enough to build a house with. The elasticity is just like rubber, perhaps even better than what most rubber bands are made of. I wouldn't be surprised if this thing outlives me. Aside from the stellar physical qualities of the material, the clear plastic is cloudy. I don't know how easy it is to mix FlexTPR perfectly, but I can see opaque spots and streams where the product isn't perfectly consistent. This usually isn't a sign of great quality, so I can't give Oxballs Squeeze a perfect 100. Rest assured, I don't think this compromised the resilience of the toy. I've repeatedly stretched it as hard as I can and haven't seen any signs of tear or internal stress

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Oxballs is available for 24$ on their own store page, but is available for 18$ on sites like Babeland. The cost is an extremely low investment. You can get ball-stretchers for around 10$, but they are usually much shorter or of questionable quality. This toy is definitely cheaper than average for what it delivers. If you are looking for something with a bit more intensity though, you should be able to find more advanced ball-stretchers for similar prices. Oxballs Squeeze is probably more worth it for beginners.

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Oxballs Squeeze honestly performs exactly how you'd expect it to. Given the simple functionality, simple design, and high-quality material, there's really nothing that could go wrong here.

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Oxballs Squeeze came in plastic clamshell packaging, but it wasn't actually that difficult to get it open. The plastic is thin and mostly there just for presentation. When I got it, the plastic packaging was damaged. The product itself was fine, the package likely just got bumped or dropped somewhere along the way.

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Oxballs Squeeze is made of FlexTPR. FlexTPR is a special kind of plastic that acts like rubber. It seems really high-quality, is super elastic, durable, and waterproof. However, it is not non-porous like 100% silicone, but since it's not designed for internal use, that's not such an issue. Oxballs recommends cleaning it with soap and warm water. The one I received was clear, but there are a variety of colors on offer. The "night color" option boasts "added silicone," but I don't know what exactly that would change about the toy.

Length1.75 inches
Width2 inches
Weight1.6 lbs
Colors AvailableBlack, Clear, Pink, Red, Silver
Diameter (internal)1.11 inches

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  • Durable material
  • Affordable
  • Beginner-friendly
  • Can wear for long periods of time

  • Requires some amount of strength
  • Not very intense
  • Ugly

The Oxballs Squeeze is a good beginner toy for those interested into getting into ball-stretching. It's easy to use, and is a pretty mild experience. Ball-stretching isn't for everyone, but if it's something you think you might be interested in, this a low-cost, low-risk option you can use to test the waters.

To use the Oxballs Squeeze, stretch the toy open with both hands, and move it above your balls. Let go. You are now free to enjoy your time wearing the Oxballs Squeeze however you want.

The three uses I've found for ball-stretchers are: -Enjoying the physical sensation of pressure being applied to your balls -Intentionally stretching things over time so that your balls hang lower -Delaying ejaculation

It is not recommended to use any ball-stretcher toy indefinitely. However, you can use mild ball-stretchers like the Oxball Squeeze for at least a couple hours before having any noticeable ill effects. I did not find any examples of severe injury either, just soreness/pain that went away after a few days of not using a ball-stretcher. That doesn't mean it's completely safe to wear as long as you want, but this is a very safe toy if used with a dash of common sense.

FlexTPR feels like rubber, but it's actually a type of specialized plastic.

When reading up on it for this review, I have seem some claims that it increases testosterone production and improves circulation... I haven't seen any good medical sources for this, and it really doesn't sound plausible to me.

This is entirely up to you. I really don't think it's something you should force yourself to do in order to last longer or maybe improve circulation. I strongly advise that you consider whether or not you would enjoy the feeling first. If it's fun, that's great! If it's not, none of the other effects are really so significant that you're missing out on something.