A variety of enema nozzles is one thing that Enema Supply specializes in. We try to carry any size and shape that we can. There is no one correct style of enema tip. Different enema users have different tastes. Some like a larger nozzle, some smaller, some find a gradual bulb easier to retain, while others like an enema nozzle that is more distinctly contoured.
This particular tip is part of our Klystra line. Klystra makes a number of different nozzles, each with a different part number. While we try to be as descriptive as possible with our photographs, the part numbers also tell the tale of the size and shape of the enema nozzle:
Shape: There are two different contours to these nozzles. the KB shape is a more gradual shape, the B stands for bulbous. KB tips have a gradual contour that goes from slim to wide and then gradually back to slim again. They are the easiest to insert and remove.
The KP shape has a more distinct contour that is concentrated around the end of the enema nozzle (the P stands for penile because KP tips are shaped more like a penis). Some folks find these tips are more easily retained because of their more distinctive contour.
Size: There are four different sizes of enema nozzles in the Klystra line. The range from 1, to 2, 3, and then T-sized. The T stands for Titanic. None of these tips are small, but they do get significantly larger with each graduation. The exact measurement of each tip is in its product description.
By examining our Item# you can determine which enema
tip you are looking at or purchasing. First you will see the letter E (for Enema product), then the shape callout (either KB or KP), then the size (1,2,3, T)
This is the LARGE size of the KP design. It measures 1 3/4" in diameter and 5 3/4" long.
All of these tips fit tubing with an inside diameter of 5/16".