Expensive Jopen Vibes

Expensive Jopen Vibes

BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04 12/11/2011

These items may be the most pricey toy in your toybox, but are they priceless?

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BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
These are pricey, but are they priceless? What's the buzz on these vibes?
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Girly Girl Girly Girl
they're great
12/11/2011
lalapetitee lalapetitee
From what I hear they are great. I couldn't afford them but maybe with points.
12/11/2011
Cherrylane Cherrylane
I can afford them with points and the sale. I can afford the vr4 outright, but it's not for me.
12/11/2011
SiNn SiNn
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Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
These are pricey, but are they priceless? What's the buzz on these vibes?
love the vr 10
12/11/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
These are pricey, but are they priceless? What's the buzz on these vibes?
These ARE pricy, they are also VERY well made. Think of the difference between buying a tool for professionals or one from the dollar bin at a big box discount store. YES, they might be the same tool...but really, they are a universe of difference. The TEN DOLLAR sex toys are....TOYS. These are "sex tools...professional grade". Think that way and the cost makes sense.
12/11/2011
Callisto Callisto
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Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
These are pricey, but are they priceless? What's the buzz on these vibes?
They look pretty neat.. I think I'd go for the vr10 cause the design is pretty cute.
12/11/2011
spineyogurt spineyogurt
Better to buy one of these than 10 cheaper ones.
12/11/2011
MelSC MelSC
I personally have no interest in these. Would much rather buy a Lelo!
12/11/2011
aimtoplease aimtoplease
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Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
These are pricey, but are they priceless? What's the buzz on these vibes?
I know we want one! The Vr10 looks great
12/11/2011
- Kira - - Kira -
I don't have any of the big ones because they won't fit my anatomy. I have all I the smaller rabbits minus the Vr4 which I'll be getting soon. They are well worth the money! Just pick which one you think will fit your anatomy the best.
12/11/2011
acessorie acessorie
VR10 looks like it would just fit me better.
12/12/2011
Love Perpetua Love Perpetua
I really want to try the Vr10, but man is it pricey!
12/12/2011
The Mother of a SiNner The Mother of a SiNner
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Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
These are pricey, but are they priceless? What's the buzz on these vibes?
Vr10
12/12/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
I have both 10 and 11, and I do care for the VR11 more; maybe it's because I get lazy and only let the bunny ears hit my clit, rather than the bunny nose on the VR10. For some reason, I feel like the VR11 is much stronger--but they're both tasty and wonderful.
12/12/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
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Originally posted by Bignuf
These ARE pricy, they are also VERY well made. Think of the difference between buying a tool for professionals or one from the dollar bin at a big box discount store. YES, they might be the same tool...but really, they are a universe of difference. ...
I agree. I won't purchase a $30 vibe because in my mind, they are more disposable. I'm always willing to buy quality, yet since I'm unfamiliar with this line, I didn't know if these were simply overpriced. Do you personally have any of the Jopen products?
12/12/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
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Originally posted by DeliciousSurprise
I have both 10 and 11, and I do care for the VR11 more; maybe it's because I get lazy and only let the bunny ears hit my clit, rather than the bunny nose on the VR10. For some reason, I feel like the VR11 is much stronger--but they're both ...
Indeed you should know then! Thanks for sharing your experience with them!
12/12/2011
Chirple Chirple
While I'm mainly interested in rechargeable toys, you DO have to consider that eventually the internal batter will not be able to hold a charge and will almost certainly not be able to be replaced. I wish we had more specs about the batteries in these toys, too.

Hopefully, there will be a next "wave" of vibes with rechargeable batteries that can be replaced - but it's a business perspective conundrum. I feel like it would foster good will, but I'm not sure of the profit aspect.

The Little Chroma does have a replaceable motor, so I feel like it's possible we might see this technology with batteries some day.
12/12/2011
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I don't have any of their products yet, but they're a luxery company like Lelo and Je Joue. The products are well-made and are worth it. You just have to find what works for your anatomy.
12/12/2011
LoveDrunk LoveDrunk
I have some Lelo toys that I love, so I have spent quite a bit on toys. But I wonder if the VR10-12 are really worth it. I have read plenty of reviews, but short of holding them in my hands and at least turning them on to see what the fuss is about, I can't justify the hefty price tag. They sure do look pretty though. Maybe someday, with enough points, I might make the leap.
12/12/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
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Originally posted by Chirple
While I'm mainly interested in rechargeable toys, you DO have to consider that eventually the internal batter will not be able to hold a charge and will almost certainly not be able to be replaced. I wish we had more specs about the batteries in ...
I've thought about the recharge eventually not working as well as I recently got two rechargeable products. Very valid points!
12/14/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
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Originally posted by LoveDrunk
I have some Lelo toys that I love, so I have spent quite a bit on toys. But I wonder if the VR10-12 are really worth it. I have read plenty of reviews, but short of holding them in my hands and at least turning them on to see what the fuss is about, ...
I hear ya. It's a lot of money to spend on something you can't personally experience in your hand. Personally, I wouldn't consider if without the points supplement. That's the wonderful thing about EF's program!
12/14/2011
Cherrylane Cherrylane
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Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
I've thought about the recharge eventually not working as well as I recently got two rechargeable products. Very valid points!
The thing about the rechargeable battery thing not working goes in both directions though. Cheaper vibes break for various reasons all the darn time. The rechargeable battery in a toy may wear out after quite some time, but for these vibes as well as others in the price range, that would be covered by a warranty. Additionally, so would motor failure.

In cheaper battery vibes, excluding the Little Chroma, that's pretty much unheard of. It doesn't matter if it breaks the first time or after 6 months. It will break, the motor will wear out whether it has batteries or not, and you will be left with nothing.

I'd much rather "invest" in a more expensive vibe with a warranty and get more of my money's worth out of it. I told a friend who was interested in a 60 dollar vibe that didn't have a warranty. Yeah, there's an extent to which it's a better vibe than a lot of the ten dollar ones, but without the warranty, that money is straight up gone if something goes wrong.
12/14/2011
K101 K101
VR10 Because a lot of them would be too large for me. I love the look of them all, but am iffy about paying that much for them.
12/14/2011
Flash777 Flash777
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Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
These are pricey, but are they priceless? What's the buzz on these vibes?
never tried any but i like the 11
12/19/2011
x203 x203
Id try all except the VR4 one
03/12/2012
Curiouscat Curiouscat
I'd get the Vr.12!!! It sounds amazing!
03/12/2012
xoxo xoxo
vr10! go go go !
03/12/2012
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Unique posters: 23