I may just need more practice, and a little lube would certainly go a long way. That said, if you have trouble inserting larger or unusually shaped items, this may not be the toy for you.
Taking the Loved Balls Out
When I’d had enough vaginal strengthening, I laid down and gently tugged on the "silicone retrieval band." While I was met with some resistance, the love balls came out more easily than they went in. My vagina let out a sigh of relief.
What I Loved About the OVO L3 Love Balls
Although I didn’t have the best experience with the OVO Offset Love Balls, I think that has more to do with how well my body responded to them. I'd recommend using lots of lube for insertion and, if you already have a hard time inserting Kegel balls, these probably aren't your best bet. That said, as a product, I think they’re interesting and worth a try if you want to level up on your Kegels.
I also love that they are made of soft silicone, are waterproof, and are inaudible (no one wants a jingly crotch). And, while OVO provided this set to me free of charge (thanks, OVO!) I also love that these babies are available for less than $30.
What I Didn't Love So Much
The shape of the spheres is what interested me in the first place but this, ultimately, is also what made me give the toy 3.5 out of 5 stars. I think it's a solid idea and these are well made, they just weren't a good fit for my body.
Here’s the thing: the OVO L3 Love Balls are made of body-safe silicone and are still quite inexepensive (less than $30). So, if you want a simple toy that helps revitalize your vag, I'd recommend giving these or another set of Kegal balls in OVO's line a try. Because each vagina is unique, you may have to play around with different toys and positions. This is a good place to start.