Faulty Vibrator?

hippiewrites hippiewrites
Futurotic EZ bend stud
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I purchased this exact same vibrator from a different supplier and was disappointed with the results. The vibrator function only worked once, and the dildo functionality didn't last long. After only a few months' use, the skin began to pull away from the area where the batteries are inserted. Also, the smell was awful and the material irritated my skin. I would not recommend it for anyone with skin sensitivities.
07/01/2011
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Wild Orchid Wild Orchid
Skin sensitives should stick to silicone if they want soft toys. I discovered I probably tolerated a low-level burning with my toys 'cause I didn't have anything to compare to notice something was wrong. I got some glass and TPR and experienced enlightenment. First silicone toy (Tantus Acute) was also a revelation.
07/01/2011
hippiewrites hippiewrites
Thanks for the advice! I use almost exclusively glass now, but am glad to see I can probably give silicone a try without fear of harming my skin. I, too, didn't have a comparison, until the switch to glass.
07/01/2011
hippiewrites hippiewrites
Pardon my ignorance, but what's TPR?
07/01/2011
SexyLilPixi SexyLilPixi
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Originally posted by hippiewrites
Pardon my ignorance, but what's TPR?
The guide to materials explains TPR here. link I really like my toys made of TPR too.
07/01/2011
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