Tenga Hole Warmer

whubwa whubwa
Tenga hole warmer
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I notice the Tenga Hole Warmer says that it is only good for 30 uses. What happens after this? Can anyone describe their experience? Does it take longer to warm up, or simply stop working after 30 uses? The price seems nice at 1st, but if you have to buy more of these on a regular basis, wouldn't it be cheaper to shell out the money and buy the plugin version ?

Or is the 30 uses similar to how Tenga says the Flip hole is only good for X amount of uses. Clearly you can use it for a LONG time if you take care of it.
05/15/2011
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RonLee RonLee
This is a Japanese product and I've heard that there is a Japanese regulation that states something about requiring the manufacture to give the number of uses that a reusable item can be expected to last. My suspicion is that the flexible plastic will wear a hole and leak sometime after about that many uses.

The way in which the heat is generated through exothermic crystallisation of supersaturated solutions (typically sodium acetate) does NOT wear out.
05/15/2011
Howells Howells
Is there a plugin version? Where?
05/15/2011
whubwa whubwa
There is a plugin version if you look online at different stores. I contacted EdenFantasy and they say there is safety issues with the Plugin version, but gave no specifics...

Personally I'm at a loss here. If you purchase something like a tenga fliphole or a toy that can be used for years, how useful is a heating accessory that only lasts 30 uses? What are people who purchase this doing? Is there a means to continue using this device safely after 30 uses? Are people simply buying a lot of them? Or do people only buy it once and then decide it's not worth it?

The plugin version often costs about $40, give or take in different online stores. But I can't imagine the plugin being more of a safety concern than this one. What is everyone's thoughts on this?
05/28/2011
Love Buzz Love Buzz
Quote:
Originally posted by whubwa
There is a plugin version if you look online at different stores. I contacted EdenFantasy and they say there is safety issues with the Plugin version, but gave no specifics...

Personally I'm at a loss here. If you purchase something like a ... More
As someone who doesn't live in the US and deals with a lot of sex toys I think the safety issue is related to it being a product manufactured in Japan and made for their electrical supply and using it in a US wall socket could possibly cause something to break or at worst start a fire. There is a similar warning with the hitachi wand as it is mains powered and designed for US use.

Of course I could very well be wrong but this is the case often with mains powered electrical appliances. (re-chargeable toys that come with a charger/voltage adapter are a whole diofferent story)
07/15/2011
oldman oldman
I was thinking the same thing...where can we see the plug in version? I would be interested in that, depending on user life. Otherwise, its back to the bowl of water I go!
10/05/2011
Lavender420 Lavender420
Quote:
Originally posted by Howells
Is there a plugin version? Where?
Yes, does anyone know?
01/04/2012
RonLee RonLee
The little reusable heater doesn't contain enough of the sodium acetate solution to stay hot long enough to really heat up the Tenga Flip Hole.
Very disappointing.
01/04/2012
Zakkie Zakkie
I bought a product that worked similar to this but on a larger scale. It was a shoulder heater thing. I adore it.The concept it the same, I would guess.
When I bought it I was told it would be good for a lifetime (or until someone pokes a hole in it). I really wanna know how this works. Might be worth getting the boyfriend.
01/18/2012
lulz lulz
I think they put number of uses on everything lol
06/23/2012
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