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What is K-fit?

K-fit is a battery operated automatic Kegel device FDA registered for the treatment of incontinence. K-fit tightens and tones the pelvic floor muscles effortlessly. Anytime. Anywhere! For women who have lost tone, or want to take it to another level, K-fit provides an excellent workout with fast and amazing results. K-fit doesn't require concentration to activate your muscles the way a regular Kegel does, just clip it to your belt and get on with your day! The K-fit Kegel Toner for Men is designed to help men strengthen their pelvic floor in the same way that the Female kit helps women. K-fit is a dual channel electric exercise device designed to aid men and women who are seeking a fast and effective way to tone their pelvic floor. K-fit can help you achieve maximum results with minimum effort. 


There is an optional vaginal probe and rectal probe, sold separately, that can be used with either kit. The rectal probe can be used by women seeking to regain tone of their anal sphincter muscles. It has an adjustable base to optimize your personal comfort and depth control to receive the best results.


Using the K-fit Kegel Toner to exercise your pelvic floor can:


  • Increase sexual satisfaction.

  • Regain lost vaginal tone, or bring your tone to the next level.

  • Help strengthen muscles that are difficult to isolate in the pelvic floor.

  • Improve pelvic muscle strength and blood supply.


If you have never used a pelvic stimulator or other electric exerciser device before, you may be a little apprehensive. That’s perfectly understandable, but once you try K-fit for the first time you will immediately realize that your fears were unfounded. The probes are designed for comfort and while you will feel the effects of the electrical pulses as a tightening, and sometimes ticking sensation, they will not cause you any discomfort. It is NOT like being shocked.


If you follow the instructions in the guide as well as our user sourced Quick Start manual you will find that K-fit is a safe and effective method of working out your pelvic floor.


Please note that people with pacemakers, implanted insulin pumps, implanted electrical devices, and women who are pregnant cannot use K-fit.


How does your K-fit Kegel Toner work?

For those new to the use of electric exercisers, the idea of applying electric pulses to your body can seem a little intimidating, but there is no need to worry, your body generates biological electrical signals all the time. Every time you contract a muscle, that action was initiated by an electrical signal produced by your brain.


K-fit works in a very similar way: It sends electric pulses to precise areas of the weakened muscles in your pelvic area, causing them to contract and relax. Over time, this strengthens the muscles and nerve fibers, giving you greater muscle control and improving tone and tightness.


Your K-fit Kegel Toner features several pre-set programs for pelvic floor exercise. These programs have been carefully designed so that they:

  • Work your muscles appropriately, helping them to strengthen over time.

  • Allow your muscles to rest for the correct amount of time.

  • Are easy to use in 20-60 minute sessions.

What can I expect from the K-fit Kegel Toner?

As you exercise, you will feel your muscles pull up, tighten, and then relax again. During the relaxation part of the exercise, your K-fit Kegel Toner will produce a lower amount of electrical current. If you use your K-fit as described, 1 or 2 times per day, your pelvic muscles will get stronger. This will give you greater control and you will be able to gradually increase the amount of current used. Like any exercise routine, you can expect improvement with time and dedication. You will become tighter and stronger as you increase the work your pelvic muscles do.


Please note that K-fit is not a medical device, it is a fitness aid and does not take the place of a physician's care. The statements made on this site should not be taken as a guarantee of your own personal results and do not replace the advice of a healthcare professional. Always seek the advice of your own provider if you are experiencing any symptoms of dysfunction before deciding on a course of action.

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