What Would YOU Do?

What Would YOU Do?

BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
Okay, so I have a MiMi, that I love, but she's gotten so much love that she's taking more time to charge, getting louder, and not as strong as she once was.

I like deep, rumbly vibrators, like the MiMi and I want something quiet enough that if I have an itch that needs scratched in the middle of the night, I'm not waking up Mr.

So would you look for a different vibrator, or simply replace what you know and love? Let me know!
04/16/2012
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SweetD64 SweetD64
Quote:
Originally posted by BBW Talks Toys
Okay, so I have a MiMi, that I love, but she's gotten so much love that she's taking more time to charge, getting louder, and not as strong as she once was.

I like deep, rumbly vibrators, like the MiMi and I want something quiet ...
I would most certainly replace it with the same one if I loved it that much.
04/16/2012
SweetD64 SweetD64
To me the good ones need to be replaced with the same.
04/16/2012
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
Quote:
Originally posted by SweetD64
To me the good ones need to be replaced with the same.
Which, then, begs the question... the new model or the original?
04/16/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Seems like the rechargeable batteries are going on you. How long did you have it? One advantage is not having to buy replacement batteries - but if you have to replace the whole unit often, changing batteries may be cheaper!

By the reviews I'd go for the Mimi II - but if I had it do over, I'd buy the Uma instead of Mimi - it's a little stronger and more versatile.

Good luck
04/16/2012
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Seems like the rechargeable batteries are going on you. How long did you have it? One advantage is not having to buy replacement batteries - but if you have to replace the whole unit often, changing batteries may be cheaper!

By the reviews ...
14-15 months. I've had it quite a while, I think it's done well holding up to very frequent use.

The comparisons seems to suggest that they're about equal. I love the size of the MiMi, perfect for discretion.
04/16/2012
Jaimes Jaimes
I'd say stick with what you love. From what I understand, new Mimi is more powerful, with new patterns!
04/16/2012
Sangsara Sangsara
Quote:
Originally posted by BBW Talks Toys
Okay, so I have a MiMi, that I love, but she's gotten so much love that she's taking more time to charge, getting louder, and not as strong as she once was.

I like deep, rumbly vibrators, like the MiMi and I want something quiet ...
we-vibes new tango and salsa are the epitome of rumbly vibrations! and its super quiet
04/16/2012
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by BBW Talks Toys
Okay, so I have a MiMi, that I love, but she's gotten so much love that she's taking more time to charge, getting louder, and not as strong as she once was.

I like deep, rumbly vibrators, like the MiMi and I want something quiet ...
I would be tempted to stay with one I know I love rather than lay out some money and then realize that I am still missing the one that's slowly dying.
04/16/2012
Beck Beck
I love my We Vibe Salsa and Uma. These are the ones I would recommend over Mimi. I have lost my Mimi somewhere, but that is because I don't like her. If you know you love Mimi, stick with it.
04/16/2012
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
I'm thinking that I'm going to have to re-invest. Seems the most logical solution.
04/16/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
Get the new Mimi!
04/16/2012
November November
I'd say get the original Mimi, the one that you know you love! I had a favorite toy once that died on me. I replaced her, but somehow the motor was different on the new one. It didn't feel the same. It even sounded different. I still miss the one that died.

The company said they didn't make any changes to the motor, but I have a hard time believing that.
04/16/2012
Raigne Raigne
I am a gadget geek, so I always want to try new stuff even if I love the toys I already have. If you can afford to, do both.
04/16/2012
Gracie Gracie
If anything ever happens to my mimi i am getting a new one!!!! I would buy the old one if it is still on sale. You already know it and love it. Then I would suggest that you get a Tango to have on hand as back up. It is a little stronger than mimi but you have to recharge it more often.
04/16/2012
Glinteye Glinteye
Stick with what you know.
04/16/2012
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
I went ahead and got the Gen 2.

We'll see. If worst comes to worst, in a month, I'll have enough points to get the Gen 1
04/17/2012
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