Bendable you too for G-spot and P-spot: is there any difference?

A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople)
Domenick
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I've noticed that Bendable you too g-spot vibrator and Bendable you too prostate massager are exactly the same except for the color. At least it seems so after using the comparison feature and reading the reviews.
Are there any differences except for the color?
If not, why are they marketed as different products?
02/10/2011
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Jul!a Jul!a
I can't speak officially on this, but my thinking was that they were indeed the same and were marketed differently to maybe give men the impression that the black one is a "male toy" as opposed to "a female toy that happens to come in manlier colors."
02/10/2011
Kayla Kayla
Again, I can't speak officially either, but they do appear to be the same product but in different colors. The preview videos that EF does make them look the same as well. I'd be curious what Domenick has to say though; maybe it was to make prostate play seem more "doable" than with the pink toys?
02/10/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Perhaps the vibration intensity is different. That is the only non-physically observant thing that I could think off that could be different. Otherwise, I too believe they are the same.
02/10/2011
ScottA ScottA
Many companies have two different lines of the same toys with different colors, one for men and one for women. I know that Tantus cut out their "Boys" line a couple of years ago (mostly same products but in a red/black color scheme) and folded the products that were only "boys" into their main lineup.

It doesn't seem worth it to me, but I guess the companies researched it and decided that multiple marketing channels increased sales sufficiently to outweigh the bother.
02/10/2011
namelesschaos namelesschaos
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Originally posted by ScottA
Many companies have two different lines of the same toys with different colors, one for men and one for women. I know that Tantus cut out their "Boys" line a couple of years ago (mostly same products but in a red/black color scheme) and ... More
You know my curiosity is such that I actually would be really curious to know just how much a difference this marketing maneuver makes on the final sales of the product. I would be an interesting case study in how marketing influence consumer perception of a product.
02/11/2011
celiece celiece
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Originally posted by A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople)
I've noticed that Bendable you too g-spot vibrator and Bendable you too prostate massager are exactly the same except for the color. At least it seems so after using the comparison feature and reading the reviews.
Are there any differences ... More
Hi!
I'm the Marketing Director/ Sex Toy Specialist here at Evolved Novelties. Let me start by saying the P-spot is the male equivalent of the female's G-spot. And unless you are familiar with these spots it can be quite tricky to access them.
The Bendable You Too makes this process a lot easier for both females and males! I think it's pretty rad I can have a toy that reaches my g-spot effortlessly AND can stimulate my guy's P-spot super easy as well.
But honestly, even though my guy is a trooper, I don't necessarily think he'd go for a pink or purple prostate massager.
If this one toy does such a great job reaching both hard to reach spots, why not appreciate a woman's femininity with girlie colors and a man's masculinity with manly black?
02/11/2011
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by celiece
Hi!
I'm the Marketing Director/ Sex Toy Specialist here at Evolved Novelties. Let me start by saying the P-spot is the male equivalent of the female's G-spot. And unless you are familiar with these spots it can be quite tricky to access ... More
I think the question is why not just have a range of colors rather than a "male" and "female" version.
02/11/2011
A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople)
Thanks for the answers, everyone! Now I can have my black G-pot toy and be sure there I haven't missed anything. But still - the separate marketing is too confusing. And it makes me wonder whether or not I want the toy which is marketed in adherence to gender stereotypes.
02/12/2011
Kayla Kayla
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Originally posted by celiece
Hi!
I'm the Marketing Director/ Sex Toy Specialist here at Evolved Novelties. Let me start by saying the P-spot is the male equivalent of the female's G-spot. And unless you are familiar with these spots it can be quite tricky to access ... More
Thanks for letting us know. I think my guy might be willing to use a pink toy, but I think it'd probably just be easier to purchase a black one instead. I need to get around to using my Bendable U Too; it seems pleasurable.
02/12/2011
SexToys-R-Us SexToys-R-Us
Quote:
Originally posted by celiece
Hi!
I'm the Marketing Director/ Sex Toy Specialist here at Evolved Novelties. Let me start by saying the P-spot is the male equivalent of the female's G-spot. And unless you are familiar with these spots it can be quite tricky to access ... More
omg i totally agree!!
10/24/2012
1001 Pleasures 1001 Pleasures
I think it's the same product, only marketed differently. I can remember getting items in clamshell packaging that had reversible printed inserts, so the retailer could promote the item as "for men" or "for women" as desired.
02/08/2013
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