It isn't the size of your toy, but how you use it!If you are looking for a great G-spot vibrator to get you started, or something inexpensive and functional, the Touché Epona can suit your needs! With a variety of wonderful colors to choose from and 10 different cycles for just about any taste, you can't go wrong with this toy!
G-spot vibrators are excellent to include in solo play as well as with a partner, and this one is no exception to that! It isn't, however, safe for any type of anal play, as there is no flared base, and it is also short, so it may be easy to let go of by mistake and possibly get lost where it shouldn't!
It is simple and yet serves its purpose very well!
While some of the cycles are very quiet, others can be a bit noisy. Luckily, it is not so loud that it could be heard from outside of a closed door, but others in the room may hear it. If you have roommates, you may want to turn on some music or a fan that makes a little bit of noise to drown it out.
After use and the toy has been cleaned, the toy can be easily stored anywhere from a toy box (avoid placing next to other silicone toys, as they may interact negatively with one another) or a sock drawer! It is small, so it is easy to hide, but if one were to see it, it is very obvious that it is a sex toy. Another great aspect to being a smaller toy is that it is easy to put in your purse for travel!
On average, you should get a few good hours out of the batteries if you were to turn the toy on and run it constantly; however, the ones it comes with do not last that long. Another thing you will want to do is remove the batteries when the toy is not in use, as it can drain them even when it is off. While it does suck up batteries quickly, it is certainly worth replacing them when it does!
When you first receive your toy, it will be in a black and white box with a cut-out in the front to show off your toy. The box is easy to open, and the toy is encased in a plastic shell that is easy to open. What is especially nice is that the company was nice enough to include the 2 AAA batteries it will take to operate the toy. That is rare, so even if you don't have the batteries on hand, you won't have to go out and buy some right away! The only thing to note about them is that they don't last as long as your traditional high-grade batteries, so you may only get a couple of uses out of them depending on the length of your play.
Also inside of your box you will find 2 instruction books, one for Dutch, Russian, Polish and Italian readers, and the other for English, French, German and Spanish readers. The instructions are very easy to understand and explain everything you will need to know about your toy.
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