Short-Lived ThrillsAgain: I may have gotten a faulty product, and I might should have taken the time to try and replace it through Eden's Fantasies. I wanted so badly to say, "get this! It rocked my socks!" but it was not to be. This may be a case of getting what I paid for, although I've had good luck in other attempts at keeping my perv budget to a minimum...ah, well. Can't win 'em all.
The specs are good: PU Coated Plastic that is compatible with both water- and silicone-based lubes, the material is velvety, food-grade, hypo-allergenic, and latex- and phthalate-free. I can't get enough of fun-colored toys, so the bubblegum pink I chose made the Tulip seem like the perfect first-time g-vibe. And for a few days, we enjoyed a lovely affair with multiple orgasms, gentle cleansings with soap and water and secure storage...alas, on the fourth day, it seemed the Tulip needed batteries. Since it'd been getting a good pounding for several days on end, it seemed logical that replacing the batteries was all it needed; unfortunately, the Tulip never worked again as a vibe. I've relegated it to the dildo category, but I am eager to replace it with something more reliable -- and yes: This time I will pay more money for something well-reviewed and sturdy.
What else can I say? I want to love the Tulip, I want to believe that I may have gotten a defective product, but I can't conjure the faith to invest in a second one to test that theory. So it's back to the drawing board, as they say, reading reviews of similar toys and paying specific attention to the life-span of the other g-vibes. Because honestly? Those few days with the Tulip spoiled me, I'm eagerly awaiting my next purchase.
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