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No problem at all! being able to feel the vibrations is more important than noise level in my opinion except for toys you KNOW are going to be pretty loud, like the Hitachi for example.
Funny, because I bought my Hitachi a long time ago, long before I joined Eden. I had NO idea that it was loud. I hadn't read properly written reviews, and I bought it at the beginning of summer and basically didn't use it for 3 months, because kids were home nearly all the time.
Some of us really need to know the noise a toy makes, we shouldn't assume anyone knows anything about a toy before they have used it, really.
More than a few times, I've decided not to purchase a toy, based on it's level of noise from a review. So, it does make a difference to a lot of people.
But, like I said, if a hearing impaired reviewer was honest about the issue, it would be fine.