Hitachi Wand Vs. Acyvube

<3BF <3BF
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Is the hitachi better than the acuvibe for anyone who has had the chance to try both? I'm under the impression that they are essentially the same thing but maybe I'm wrong...
12/29/2011
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Ms. N Ms. N
I have had both, and they are really both very good toys. The main difference really is that the Acuvibe is rechargeable and can be used cordless, while the Hitachi must plug in to work. Personally, I think that the Hitachi is slightly stronger, and it has definitely outlasted my Acuvibes - I have had two, and they both broke down after about six months or so.
12/29/2011
<3BF <3BF
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Originally posted by Ms. N
I have had both, and they are really both very good toys. The main difference really is that the Acuvibe is rechargeable and can be used cordless, while the Hitachi must plug in to work. Personally, I think that the Hitachi is slightly stronger, ... More
We are going on 3+ years on the acuvibe. The shell is starting to crack but it still functions great, I just wanted to know if we should switch when I do want to buy a new one. More powerful sounds good
12/30/2011
BellaDonna2884 BellaDonna2884
I have the Acuvibe but I'm not a big fan because it's heavy and more direct stimulation works better for me. I considered the Hitachi as well before choosing the Acuvibe. The cord free was the deal breaker for me. Tuesday did a video on the Hitachi where she dissected her 20 year old Hitachi. I would imagine that the Acuvibe's lifespan would be shorter because it operates on a rechargeable battery while the Hitachi is electric. There both probably going to be about the same when they're new but the Acuvibe will likely have a shorter lifespan with the cordless benefit. The Acuvibe will also probably loose some vibration strength as the battery ages as well. The Hitachi will likely last longer and have more consistent vibration strength throughout its lifespan but you'll have to deal with a cord.
12/30/2011
Kush Kush
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01/18/2012
glitterwiener glitterwiener
glad I read this before buying something too intense!
03/02/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
The Acuvibe is rechargeable, and only holds charge for about 30 mins before you have to recharge for hours. That alone prevents me from buying it.
03/02/2012
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