Women's Pelvic Floor Trainer

By Elvie

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This award-winning kegel trainer helps women work on strengthening pelvic floor muscles. It’s a smart device and an app that coach you through exercises, giving feedback and encouragement to train this important (but often overlooked) area of the body.

  • Materials: 100% waterproof medical-grade silicone
  • Care: Wash with mild soap and warm water after each use
  • Includes: One pelvic floor exercise tracker, carrying case (doubles as a charger), USB charging cable, and optional cover for custom sizing
  • Helps to provide exercise feedback
  • Works in conjunction with free iPhone and Android app
  • Compatible with iPhone 4S and above and Android version 4.3 or newer that support Bluetooth Smart/Bluetooth Low Energy
  • Lasts for 30 days on single charge
  • Recommended use: Use every other day for 5-10 minutes a session
  • Training your pelvic floor has many benefits. See customer testimonials for success stories
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 3.14" x 1.37" x 1.18"
  • Weight: 0.06 lb.

11 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Really works!


I was hesitant to buy this but needed the help. I looked into physical therapy it was several thousand dollars to go to a clinic. So I gave Elvie a try. It was easy to hook up to my iPhone. The app was very easy to use and offered more suggestions for exercises than I knew about before. The measurements are helpful to see how I am improving and my symptoms are getting much better. I am very, very happy with my purchase of the Elvie.More > < Less


Worth the money


I’ve purchased it , but before I start using , i talk to my OBGYN . He said: absolutely. It will help to face older age in healthier state.state. It’s preventative.
Also yoga teacher alway emphasize Kegel muscles, this device gives a control environment on your progress.
I have one child. 46 years old.
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a subject that needs to be better addressed


I've only had the Elvie for about a week now but I am finding that it has been very helpful in muscle isolation and helping maintain that focus while exercising. Very easy to use.More > < Less


Use with a Pacemaker?


I have to be careful with using electronic devices on my body that might interfere with the Pacemaker in my chest. I wear a Fitbit 24/7 with no discernible problem. I am encouraged to see possible help for incontinence which I have lived with for many years (Kegel-ha). The feedback/app could make all the difference and this appliance is a lot less invasive/expensive than surgery.More > < Less


Elvis Pelvic Floor Trainer


I have been using Elvie for about 4 weeks. I am an older woman who has relialized if I don't start training my pelvic floor (doing Kegel exercises) I will be incontinent of urine as I age.I have known I should do this for years, but you just don't believe how important it is until you start having issues!
The Elvie is well designed and I am hopeful that I am not beyond hope gaining the control I seek if I continue to use this little device!
I ran into an issue where I couldn't connect to my iPhone about 2 weeks in. I emailed for assistance, and received a call from a very helpful woman that assisted me to get things rolling again! Very helpful assistance! Her name was Suzanne.
I highly recommend this product. My advice is start earlier than later. You won't be sorry!
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About Elvie

Kegel Trainer

It’s a good idea for ladies to do kegel exercises, but many don’t know where to start. (Or what it is they are exercising.) That’s where Elvie comes in. It’s a smart kegel trainer that coaches you through workouts to help strengthen your pelvic floor.

Elvie is connected to an app that provides feedback (and encouragement) as you work the pelvic floor muscles. This muscle group runs from the tailbone to the pubic bone, and acts like a hammock that lifts and supports your core. Keeping this area healthy is also important for major functions like bladder control and even sex.

Built-in sensors gauge your strength and progress, and a workout is only about 5-10 minutes a few times a week. Regular Kegel exercises can help build up muscle tone and strength in this often overlooked, but important, area, which can lead to a stronger core—and a healthier you.