Does Anybody Else "Stock Up" on Toys?

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Does Anybody Else "Stock Up" on Toys?

Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
Alan & I have fallen into this strange habit over the past few years of trying to collect two of each of our favorite toys. That way if one goes out, we'll have another in case they get discontinued. Does anyone else stock up on toys?
07/26/2010
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Tuesday Tuesday
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Originally posted by Alan & Michele
Alan & I have fallen into this strange habit over the past few years of trying to collect two of each of our favorite toys. That way if one goes out, we'll have another in case they get discontinued. Does anyone else stock up on toys?
Absolutely. That's how I feel about my clear ribbed G-spot wonder. I'm considering ordering a second one. I couldn't handle it if something happened to mine. When I'm washing it I make sure to hold it with two hands to make certain I don't drop it -again.
07/26/2010
Blinker Blinker
I would definitely buy another Evolved Opus if it died. I'm addcited to that vibrator.
07/26/2010
Tuesday Tuesday
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Originally posted by Blinker
I would definitely buy another Evolved Opus if it died. I'm addcited to that vibrator.
Michele means, would you buy one before yours died to make sure you always have one.
07/26/2010
Sir Sir
No, I've never done this..
07/26/2010
Waterfall Waterfall
I've thought about it with some of the toys I LOVE, but I have not done this considering most of my toys are dildos that should not die out or break... hopefully
07/26/2010
Envy Envy
I don't think I'd do this unless it was a toy that I know would die. But then again, I think I'd only for it for cheap toys, mostly vibes.
07/26/2010
Darling Jen Darling Jen
I haven't but I can see myself doing it if I felt my favorite was in danger of aging or being ruined. It would have to be one of my favorites and be showing signs of nearing the end of it's life though. I did just recently toss out all of my old jelly and rubber toys because they were very old and degraded and upgraded to a few new silicone toys. Now I think I'll start collecting the quality stuff.
07/26/2010
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
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Originally posted by Envy
I don't think I'd do this unless it was a toy that I know would die. But then again, I think I'd only for it for cheap toys, mostly vibes.
Yeah, for us it's vibrators and penis sleeves. I figure even the highest quality vibes have got to burn their little motors out eventually.
07/26/2010
MuffysPinguLove MuffysPinguLove
My boyfriend and I are guilty of buying a second Swirled G. It's his favorite toy for P spot stimulation and my favorite glass dildo.
07/26/2010
sexysweetieshan sexysweetieshan
I wouldn't stock up on toys, but if a favorite of mine died, I might consider buying another one at that time. I don't have money to buy two to begin with.
07/26/2010
buzzvibe buzzvibe
I don't stock up on duplicates, but I do wait and get stuff when it's on sale. There are some vibes I would definitely replace if/when they break, but I'm willing to take the risk of them being discontinued over spending the money twice upfront.
07/26/2010
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
I haven't but I have one of my very favorites that I can't find anymore that's dying on me so I wish I had!
07/26/2010
Alicia Alicia
I don't stock up on them, there are a few though that if I heard they were being discontinued I might buy a spare.
07/26/2010
PassionQT PassionQT
I usually just take my chances on buying a new one. So far, none have been DC'd.
07/26/2010
Liz2 Liz2
I guess I'm not that compulsive to buy a back-up. For me storage is already a problem so doubling up?? Way too much!
If a toy dies and I really liked it, I will purchase another. But also, there is always something new and so many times better so I would investigate new models.
07/26/2010
*Keona* *Keona*
The toy would have to be amazing for me to do that. After a while I'll get tired of whatever I own and want something different. Once its dead I'll just throw it away and move on to a new item.
07/26/2010
gone77 gone77
Nope. It's never really occurred to me to do so. But I supposed I would buy a back up if one I loved was being discontinued.
07/26/2010
usmcwife99 usmcwife99
Quote:
Originally posted by Alan & Michele
Alan & I have fallen into this strange habit over the past few years of trying to collect two of each of our favorite toys. That way if one goes out, we'll have another in case they get discontinued. Does anyone else stock up on toys?
Nope not toys.


I will with lube. If its on sale or something ile buy several. I use it anyway why not save the moeny.
07/26/2010
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by Alan & Michele
Alan & I have fallen into this strange habit over the past few years of trying to collect two of each of our favorite toys. That way if one goes out, we'll have another in case they get discontinued. Does anyone else stock up on toys?
I stock up on the less expensive stuff that I love that doesn't have good warranty programs.
07/26/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Alan & Michele
Alan & I have fallen into this strange habit over the past few years of trying to collect two of each of our favorite toys. That way if one goes out, we'll have another in case they get discontinued. Does anyone else stock up on toys?
I've seriously thought about getting an other Wahl, because I don't think I could wait for one to come in the mail if mine died.

My Man and I saw one at a local electronics store, and had an adolescent fit of laughter in the store. We need to grow up.
07/26/2010
Rossie Rossie
I don't get back-ups for my toys. I'd rather buy a new and improved toy if one of my favorites die on me. Besides, the materials of my toys are durable.
07/26/2010
Liz Liz
It depends on the toy. I'd break the bank if I got two of toys like the Cone (a favorite for 2 years and running), but if it's not crazy expensive and/or I could use more than one at a time, I could see myself buying a backup. I do have two Hitachis. For the most part, I'd rather save my money and try something new.
07/26/2010
Lustful Dreams Lustful Dreams
Nope. I've never even thought about doing that.
07/26/2010
Lustful Dreams Lustful Dreams
Nope. I've never even thought about doing that.
07/26/2010
trios trios
I have not bought multiple anything- yet. I so think that the dildo companies continue to improve upon their creations- from realism, to material and features.

Plus, not sure how they will store- for instances, do you not open it at all? Do they have expiration dates so to speak?
07/26/2010
Sammi Sammi
I've only done this once. When I found my favorite bullet, I didn't want it to die and be without it, so I ordered 3 more just in case.
07/26/2010
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
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Originally posted by trios
I have not bought multiple anything- yet. I so think that the dildo companies continue to improve upon their creations- from realism, to material and features.

Plus, not sure how they will store- for instances, do you not open it at all? Do ...
We open them long enough to make sure they work, then just store them in their original packages. We don't do this with very many toys though. My original post probably made it sound like we have dozens of spares laying around .
07/27/2010
Ajax Ajax
We don't, but I've mentioned it a few times. We are in and out of love with new toys so often that I guess it doesn't make much sense for us to do that right now. I'm sure we'll get there though!
07/27/2010
NuMe NuMe
I never have done this, but I do have some toys I would replace if they broke.
07/27/2010
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