Tenga Flip Zero and Flip Zero Gravity Comparison Review

Tenga Flip Zero Vs. Tenga Flip Zero Gravity Review

Sarah Riccio

If you’ve been wondering why the Tenga Flip Zero and Tenga Flip Zero Gravity are two of the most popular penis strokers on the market, I've got the answers right here.

In this Tenga review, I explore the ins and outs of the Flip Zero and Flip Zero Gravity, including how they work, what they feel like, how they compare, and why they’re two of our top-selling strokers.

Let’s dive in!

Tenga Flip Zero: Quick Stats

No time for the full review? Take a moment to peruse the essential information below and scroll to the end for a list of pros and cons.
  • Made from ABS plastic and TPE with anti-microbials
  • 2.76 × 3.15 × 7.09 inches
  • 1.01 lbs
  • Flip Zero White delivers soft, suction-y stimulation
  • Flip Zero Black delivers firmer stimulation with stronger texture
  • Flips open for easy cleaning and drying
  • Wash with lukewarm water and mild soap
  • Soft-touch pressure pads allow for customized pressure control
  • Safe for use with water-based lube

Buy the Tenga Flip Zero now!

Tenga Flip Zero Gravity: Quick Stats

  • Made from ABS plastic and TPE with anti-microbials
  • ‎2.76 x 3.15 x 7.1 inches
  • 1.06 lbs
  • Gravity White delivers soft, suction-y stimulation
  • Gravity Black delivers firmer stimulation with stronger texture
  • Flips open for easy cleaning and drying
  • Wash with lukewarm water and mild soap
  • Soft-touch pressure pads allow for customized pressure control
  • Safe for use with water-based lube

Buy the Tenga Flip Zero Gravity now!

Tenga Flip Zero and Flip Zero Gravity interior pic

How Does the Tenga Flip Zero Work?

Let’s start with the Tenga Flip Zero, which is the predecessor of the Gravity.

This toy comes packaged in plastic wrapping, and doesn’t really look like a stroker at first glance. In fact, you could probably have the Flip Zero sitting on your coffee table and nobody would know what it is…until they open it.

Construction and design

The Flip Zero is a penis stroker with a hard exterior made from body-safe ABS plastic and a cushiony interior made from TPE. To open the Flip Zero, simply remove it from its case and slide off the plastic sleeve. Then squeeze the sides of the stroker to open it up and reveal the waves of stimulating texture.

Learn more: Are ABS Plastic Sex Toys Safe?

The inside of the Tenga Flip Zero looks a little like a maze, with labyrinthian rows of squishy TPE. The bottom of the stroker has a bulbous end that cradles the head of the penis, while the top of the stroker has a densely textured opening that provides stimulating resistance upon entry.

Before you get down to business, be sure to spray the Flip Zero down with toy cleaner, or give it a wash with mild soap and warm water. When it’s rinsed and ready for action, keep the stroker open and lube up the inside. You can use any water-based lube you like, but I heartily recommend trying the samples that Tenga includes with your purchase.

Every Flip Zero and Flip Zero Gravity includes two packets of Tenga Hole Lotion, which is without a doubt one of the thickest, most slippery, I-can’t-believe-it’s-not-silicone lubes I’ve ever encountered. A little goes a very long way, so keep that in mind when you apply it.

Once you and your toy are lubed to your liking, slip the plastic sleeve back on (make sure you line up the grooves and hear it click), and start stroking.

Tenga Flip Zero Interior

Tenga Flip Zero features

To use your Tenga Flip Zero, simply slide your penis into the open hole at the end of the toy. It’s pretty slippery in there, so keep a firm grip and move your hand up and down as you normally would during manual masturbation.

And that’s it! You’re free to stroke to your heart’s content. There are no vibration settings, no Bluetooth features, no bells and whistles to worry about — just waves and waves of cushiony texture and strong, full shaft suction.

There are two different Flip Zero models to choose from: white and black. The white Flip Zero provides standard strength stimulation, ideal for folks who prefer softer suction, while the black Flip Zero has a firmer texture that delivers stronger, more intense stimulation.

Now, you might feel ready to procure a Tenga Flip Zero of your very own. But before you make any buying decisions, let’s see how the Tenga Flip Zero Gravity compares.

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How Does the Tenga Flip Zero Gravity Work?

At first glance, the Tenga Flip Zero Gravity looks exactly like the Flip Zero and, well, that’s because the construction is almost identical.

When you’re ready to use your Gravity, follow the same setup as with the Flip Zero. Remove it from its case, open it, clean it, lube it up, and stroke away. What’s different about the Flip Zero Gravity is all happening on the inside.

Tenga Flip Zero Gravity Interior

The Tenga Flip Zero Gravity features a more intricate, densely–packed texture, particularly at the opening of the toy. The idea here is to create even more stimulation and resistance upon entry. Some folks refer to the Gravity as the new and improved Flip Zero, but it really comes down to personal preference.

The Flip Zero and Flip Zero Gravity are made from the same materials and are used the same way, but the internal structure of each one provides different sensations for a unique experience. And, as with the Flip Zero, the Gravity comes in a white or black model to give you the option of softer or firmer stimulation.

Tenga Flip Zero and Flip Zero Gravity comparison

Should I Buy the Tenga Flip Zero or the Tenga Flip Zero Gravity?

Now that we’ve taken a closer look at two of Tenga’s legendary Flip strokers, let’s recap their perks and potential pitfalls so you can better decide if they’re right for you.

Tenga Flip Zero & Tenga Flip Zero Gravity Pros

They’re easy to clean

The most popular feedback I get about these strokers (aside from how good they feel) is that they’re so easy to clean. And when it comes to penis strokers especially those you ejaculate into an easy-to-clean design is extra important.

All you need is mild soap and warm water, or you can spray your stroker down with toy cleaner. Rinse it off, leave it to air-dry, and you’re done! To make sure all the water evaporates, leave your Flip flipped open until it's completely dry.

Learn: How to Clean Your Sex Toys

They’re easy to use

If you’re interested in a penis toy but don’t want to bother with vibration or bluetooth settings, you’d do well with either of these strokers. There are no buttons, no remote controls — nothing other than the stroker and your own hand.

They’re super stimulating

While the internal structures of each stroker are different, they both provide very stimulating full-shaft suction. The sensations have been compared to tight squeezing and soft sucking, both of which can be manipulated by the way you hold the strokers.

For example, you can firmly grip the sides of the strokers for tighter, more intense sensation, or hold the top of the stroker and pull it off your penis for a strong pop of suction. These strokers have a straightforward design, but that doesn’t mean you can’t experiment with different ways to use them! Take time to find what feels good.

They guard against death grip syndrome

Something that I love about these strokers is that they can prevent and heal death grip syndrome because the ABS plastic exterior keeps you from gripping your penis too hard with your hand.

Remember: keeping an overly firm grip on your penis during masturbation can desensitize your nerves and even cause injury. If you think you might be experiencing some side effects of death grip syndrome, try using a stroker like the Flip Zero or Flip Zero Gravity instead of your hand.

Learn: What is Death Grip Syndrome?

Overall, I think these Tenga strokers deserve every bit of their popularity. They offer super stimulating full shaft suction, are great for penises of all sizes, are easy to ejaculate into and easy to clean.

So, what’s not to love? Let's take a look at some potential cons. 

Tenga Flip Zero & Tenga Flip Zero Gravity Potential Cons

As with all sex toys, there are a few things to consider about the Tenga Flip Zero and Tenga Flip Zero Gravity.

They’re not open-ended

This isn’t a design flaw or anything, but some people prefer an open ended stroker, and obviously these are not. For an open-ended stroker that still has a super stimulating texture, check out the M-Elite Hekx Silicone Stroker or, for something with adjustable tightness, the Arcwave Voy.

They’re made from TPE

The internal texture of these strokers is made from TPE, which is totally safe to use on penises, but is still a porous material. That means it’s less durable and can’t be as thoroughly cleaned as a non-porous material like silicone, for example.

To learn more about the safety of TPE toys, read Are TPE Sex Toys Safe?

They don’t vibrate

These strokers are motor-free and don’t vibrate. The stimulation you’ll enjoy is courtesy of the squishy internal textures and your hand alone. If you prefer vibration, check out the vibrating version of the Tenga Flip Zero, which is very similar to the Flip Zero but with a variety of vibration settings.

Final Thoughts

Well, you’ve made it to the end of this Tenga Flip Zero and Tenga Flip Zero Gravity review, which means you’re one big step closer to deciding which stroker is right for you. If these Tenga toys don’t strike your fancy, our complete guide to penis strokers ought to point you in the direction of something that does!

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