Ladies, fasten your seat belts, close your mouth and check this out! The fellows from Gearlog have come across this nicely crafted high-tech vibrating item. The Houdini trick is the fact that when connected to any kind of Bluetooth-enabled phone, the phallic device sends its owner a pleasurable vibe with an "unlimited range of motions, speeds and times."
The Toy's integrated technology is compatible with a lot of phone models on the market, among which there are Nokia, Motorola, Panasonic and Sony Ericsson. A single recharge is said to be enough for four hours, enough to make you crawl on the walls that is.
If you're eager to find out how exactly The Toy works, you should first convince your partner to send you a text message. After that, you only have to sync your Bluetooth-enabled phone with The Toy. Then you just have to insert the cute Toy into your...well you know where, and grab your cell phone to read the text message you just got from your sweetheart. By magic, the received message is then sent automatically to The Toy, which immediately turns the SMSs into groovy vibes.
According to Gearlog, every single letter of the alphabet is said to have a specific effect on your body. In fact, "45 possible vibrating effects from any one letter, plus 7.200 variations from a single text message. So depending on the length of the message, you could feel some serious vibration". Just tell him no to write any haiku stuff while you're in the bus, as it might result into serious embarrassment.
Wondering about the cost of the Toy? Well, since "Rabbits" seem to become out of fashion these days, I guess paying about 260 bucks for a Toy would be just fine. You'll also get a case, a wall charger, a lube sachet, a spare O ring seal, a quick start card- for real "wabbit fans"- and a cleaning cloth, in case things might get messy.
Oh no! It's too gruesome! But hey, I'll do it!
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