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Thats what makes me very weary of testing them in water .... dont want to ruin my toy!
"Most" of the time if you remove the batteries and shake the water out and then let it dry out you will have no problems. It's when you don't know there is water in it and put it away. This is not 100% but I have had good luck with all the wife's vibes that do get some water in them, hell I have dropped my cell in the lake, removed the battery and dried it out and it works just fine.
I have not tried it but I would think that WD-40 sprayed in the battery compartment would remove the water (WD= water displacement) and protect the inner workings should it get wet. Just make sure to wash the outer area real good before use.
Looks like some scientific testing is in order mmm...