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In this case you have to understand that EF has to give material descriptions for all materials. With plastic you can use silicone lubes, so if you use just the bullet you will be alright. Used with the sleeve you can only use water based lubes. It
In this case you have to understand that EF has to give material descriptions for all materials. With plastic you can use silicone lubes, so if you use just the bullet you will be alright. Used with the sleeve you can only use water based lubes. It can be confusing but that's what the reviews are for, to let folks know what can and can't be used.
I agree Tim. I understand that this is why others do reviews for those that are not very knowledgable on these types of issues. However, I think that we have to take into consideration for those that do not read the reviews. Folks that come to the site, just to cmoe to the site and browse or buy and leave again-those that don't participate like you and I-Those are the folks that I am worried about taking this information in the wrong direction.
I totally get where you're coming from though. I just felt that maybe something could be added to the description. Something like (if the toy has multiple materials or several pieces to it) maybe have it say under the lube useage part: Plastic-Water/Silicone Lube Silicone-Water Lube only.
Maybe that would help to clear up that issue? I know it would take a bit more effort on Eden's part but its only a few words and it could save some folks a lot of grief or from having to return a toy. You have to think, if they purchase a toy, misuse it due to the product description, then return it because it was ruined, they may think that products from Eden are not quality and Eden is out that money for having to replace the toy.
Though, I agree, everyone should read the reviews no matter what they are buying. Some folks just don't get as involved as us though. Those are the folks Im trying to help out lol. Thanks for your response though Tim!