Rechargeable Vibrators?

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Rechargeable Vibrators?

RosaLita RosaLita 02/05/2012

I'm in the market for a rechargeable vibe cause i hate buying batteries!

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RosaLita RosaLita
I've never purchased a rechargeable vibrator before. My only criteria is rechargeable + rabbit style! I'm looking at a wide price range and I'm not sure of the quality of rechargeable vibes.
02/05/2012
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sweetpea12 sweetpea12
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Originally posted by RosaLita
I've never purchased a rechargeable vibrator before. My only criteria is rechargeable + rabbit style! I'm looking at a wide price range and I'm not sure of the quality of rechargeable vibes.
I like the rechargeable jack rabbit and the jopen. Actually all three look nice
02/05/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
I'd avoid the Jack Rabbit, simply because jelly isn't made to last like silicone is. Jelly generally shouldn't be kept more than a year, while silicone can last a lifetime (perhaps not a lifetime with a motor, but certainly a very long time at any rate).
02/05/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
I agree, I'd pass on the jelly. Jopen hasa lot of loyal fans. I'd go with the Fifi, personally. It looks like it would fit my body better and I like Je Joue's products.
02/06/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
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Originally posted by RosaLita
I've never purchased a rechargeable vibrator before. My only criteria is rechargeable + rabbit style! I'm looking at a wide price range and I'm not sure of the quality of rechargeable vibes.
I like the jopen too and was dead set on getting one after a trip to a store. But the girl there showed me the LELO line and I found I actually like it better, while it is not water proof like Jopen, along with the patterns of vibrations you can also control the speed for EACH by increasing/decreasing with a button on the LELO and you don't have that option for jopen. So I guess it depends on what you're looking for. If range in speeds isn't a major issue then Jopen. After I purchase the two other LELO toys I wanted I plan on getting a Jopen. They are very nice for the price.
02/06/2012
RosaLita RosaLita
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Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
I'd avoid the Jack Rabbit, simply because jelly isn't made to last like silicone is. Jelly generally shouldn't be kept more than a year, while silicone can last a lifetime (perhaps not a lifetime with a motor, but certainly a very long ...
huh...why can't jelly be kept more than a year? does it fall apart easily?
02/06/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
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Originally posted by RosaLita
huh...why can't jelly be kept more than a year? does it fall apart easily?
Jelly, among other downsides and potential dangers of the material, is porous and retains bacteria and things and can't be sanitized. You shouldn't keep them for very long because of this and, from what I've heard, the material does start to break down after a while. Do some research and the stories will scare you. I would never buy jelly toys. Here's what EF has to say about jelly: here. They're a 2 on EF's safety scale which is just not good enough in my opinion for me to put it in my body. They can have toxins, pthalates, skin irritants, some of which have been linked to cancers and most of which have caused problems for many women including vaginal infections and skin irritations. They also often have an odor to them which most people find unpleasant. They sometimes cause things they are stored with to take on their smell and they can melt or damage the material of other toys they are stored with. While some people use them without problems, and some people opt to use them only with toy covers or condoms, many women report burning and discomfort when using jelly and/or have infections or other problems afterwards. They should never be shared between partners, and you certainly can't use the same jelly toy for both anal and vaginal play like you can with a toy you can sterilize. It's a cheap material with potential risks and a short lifespan. Just not worth it IMO.
02/06/2012
RosaLita RosaLita
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Originally posted by charletnarouh
Jelly, among other downsides and potential dangers of the material, is porous and retains bacteria and things and can't be sanitized. You shouldn't keep them for very long because of this and, from what I've heard, the material does start ...
thanks!
02/07/2012
AHubbyof2SexualMinds AHubbyof2SexualMinds
All look good. We have just recently received the Uma, which is similar to the FiFi, except for no rabbit attachment, and love it. I would think that would be a fantastic choice.
02/07/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
The Fifi is new here so I don't know how it performs but I have the Mimi and Uma from the makers of Fifi and I love them. I haven't tried a Jopen product yet.
02/07/2012
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