Hitachi - is it safely insertable?

mrqueerbot mrqueerbot
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I have been playing with my hitachi for sometime, enjoying what many would view as a non-insertable vibrator, in a more "expansive way." I am accustomed to fisting and other large objects internally, but my major question: because of the way this vibrator is engineered, is it safe to insert? If so, aside from condoms, what precautions need to be taken so not to short circuit?
03/31/2013
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Ayumi Ayumi
Honestly, I would not insert the Hitachi.
If you are looking for something with of similar size and vibration that is insertable, they exist here on Eden, but I cannot think of inserting the Hitachi as being a comfortable idea, mainly because of how it is made. That isn't what it is meant for.

Of course you are free to do what you will, but I have no precaution advice except to say I wouldn't do it.

If you need recommendations for other possible toys, I am sure anyone in the community would be willing to help including myself. And I am all for large toys and rumbly vibrations.
03/31/2013
married with children married with children
I don't really see this as being insertable. I don't know if I would want to even if it was, seeing how it is plugged into the power outlet.
03/31/2013
kendra30752 kendra30752
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Originally posted by mrqueerbot
I have been playing with my hitachi for sometime, enjoying what many would view as a non-insertable vibrator, in a more "expansive way." I am accustomed to fisting and other large objects internally, but my major question: because of the ... More
I wouldn't even try that! They make attachments for the Hitachi that are insertable. I'd go the safer route and get the attachment or just use a dildo.
03/31/2013
Aishiteru Aishiteru
Please don't. It gets hot, and the cap is removable, so there's a space for fluid to potentially get in. The attachments work great or it can be used on the base of a dildo.
03/31/2013
Hummingbird Hummingbird
The Hitachi gets to Hot to insert, I wouldn't. Besides I have one and it specifically states not to operate it for more than 25 minutes at a time.

Remember, you're talking about using 110-120V household current here, and this toy is not waterproof. I'm sure your internal juices fall into the same category as using this toy near a sink.
03/31/2013
SneakersAndPearls SneakersAndPearls
I wouldn't. If I recall, the instructions that came with it even warned about it getting damp on certain parts. It's an electronic gadget that is not waterproof, therefore not insertable.
03/31/2013
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
Even covering it with a condom, I just don't know I'd feel safe doing that with my Hitachi. I have this thing about not wanting to be electrocuted.

Personally I'd find a large girth dildo (thinking about getting the Randy Silicone myself), and nestling the Hitachi up against the base of it for vibrations. Maybe something like that could work for you?
03/31/2013
AmethystQueen AmethystQueen
I agree with everyone else. The top does come off and you don't want that left behind inside you. It is an intriguing notion, but not advisable.
03/31/2013
steelaster steelaster
I agree as well, I think you could seriously injure yourself if you insert it... Please be careful!
04/07/2013
shelovesblackmen shelovesblackmen
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Originally posted by mrqueerbot
I have been playing with my hitachi for sometime, enjoying what many would view as a non-insertable vibrator, in a more "expansive way." I am accustomed to fisting and other large objects internally, but my major question: because of the ... More
do they make water proof ones?
04/07/2013
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
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Originally posted by shelovesblackmen
do they make water proof ones?
No, there is not a waterproof version of the Hitachi. There are some other wand massagers that are waterproof, though, like Lelo's Smart Wands.
04/07/2013
femmepwr femmepwr
Just to reiterate, you probably shouldn't insert the Hitachi itself. But there are attachments you could use that you could insert and still get the strong vibrations!
04/15/2013
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