Ever thought to yourself, I've seen that before... when looking at a toy.

Petite Valentine Petite Valentine 06/17/2011

I've seen similar looking products before, but today I actually thought to use the compare feature and was pleased to discover they're not exactly the same. There are some differences, though going by the pictures alone they could be twins. Have you come across any déjà vu items?

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Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
Is product déjà-vu a good or bad thing?
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Is product déjà-vu a good or bad thing?
I would just go for the better price. Many companies seem to come out with completely similar products now days
06/17/2011
SamsDelight SamsDelight
I look at reviews first. They may look the same but I like to know the power and true size before making a purchase.
06/17/2011
potstickers potstickers
I think there was a thread about something similar a few days ago. I remember they said something about two companies being in different countries selling the same product because they both purchased them from the same factory... but don't quote me.
06/18/2011
Neurogasm Neurogasm
I've seen a lot of this, yeah. I always make sure to compare materials and power before I decide which one to get, but if they're exactly the same, I just get the better-priced one.
09/20/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Is product déjà-vu a good or bad thing?
Only so many shapes you can fit into those spots folks. Really. Certain "technology" and use dictate shapes. Look at a photo of the Russian and US Space Shuttle. Form follows function. Just choose by material, reputation, reviews and price. Let COMPETITION decide the winner. Free market baby...applies to everything, even adult toys. Yahoooo.
09/20/2011
Rossie Rossie
I prefer using the word imitation rather than déjà-vu. A lot of times, the imitator uses cheaper parts to cut down on the cost, that's why they can sell the imitation at a cheaper price.
09/20/2011
Love Perpetua Love Perpetua
It depends on how similar the design is. If it actually looks like they haven't made any creative design changes, and are copying but using cheaper materials, etc., then I wouldn't buy it. If I felt like it was just a similar design, but was somehow improved, that's great!
09/21/2011
GONE! GONE!
I like it as long as there's something different about it, like the price, material used, or size.
01/27/2012
Greenleaf Greenleaf
If they attempt to make improvements, I'd be all for it.
01/27/2012
LoveDove LoveDove
I don't really care, either way. There's obviously some subtle differences, but I'll try to look at things like: which has the highest vrooms? Does one come with a storage pouch while the other doesn't? How does the packaging look?
01/27/2012
Angewin Angewin
Some companies make a toy that looks really interesting, but when used - it really doesn't seem like it was made for a woman's pleasure. Kinda like the Curve. It's nice to see another take on something that's already been done. Especially if they take the time to fix the previous flaws.
01/27/2012
Ryuson Ryuson
As long as it isn't the exact same toy, I have no qualms! If it WAS the exact toy I would wonder what happened (whose came first etc.) and about the copyright issues, but with sex toys there is bound to be some overlap.
01/28/2012
AJvil AJvil
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Is product déjà-vu a good or bad thing?
not a big deal
01/28/2012
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