Bees and Vrooms

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Bees and Vrooms

Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
This is something that Alan & I have debated about a few times, so I wanted your opinions. When you are reviewing a vibrator that has multiple speeds, do you base your choices for the Bees and Vrooms on how the toy performs at its highest or lowest setting? We currently base ours on the highest setting of the toy, but I wonder if that might scare off any customers who like milder toys.
08/11/2009
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Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Um, I base it on the overall output? Like how those settings in general compare to other multiple setting toys?
08/11/2009
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
I think it is supposed to reflect the highest setting. In the body of the review you can discuss how the other settings feel/sound.
08/11/2009
Rockin' Rockin'
I use the highest settings in the ratings but also like to include info in the review text if the toy is significantly quieter at lower speeds or if the toy's power would please a range of people's power tastes.
08/11/2009
gone77 gone77
Hmmm. I hadn't given this much thought before now. I base mine on the highest setting possible. I think Rockin' has the right idea. I'll have to remember this when next I write a review.
08/11/2009
Epiphora Epiphora
Pretty sure it's supposed to be based on the highest setting. I think it says that in the guidelines.
08/11/2009
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
Ok, excellent. Jut wanted to make sure
08/11/2009
Sammi Sammi
Quote:
Originally posted by Epiphora
Pretty sure it's supposed to be based on the highest setting. I think it says that in the guidelines.
I think so too.
08/11/2009
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