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NSFW It's 8in long, powered by a pair of AA batteries and gives off a distinct buzzing sound. No, it's not the latest Microsoft Zune knock-off coming out of China, but US adult toy maker OhMiBod's debut product, the OMB411 iPod-driven vibrator, which has just begun shipping in the UK.

With a claimed insertible length of 5.5in - I can see the TOY boy's face fall - this is one way to really "rock your body", as OhMiBod lubriciously puts it, which add: "The combination of listening and feeling your music quickly transports you to a place where music, mind and body come together to create an unbeatable sexual experience."

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Well tickle me pink...

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You don't see U2 or Dylan like this...

The smooth tool comes with its own drawstring bag and an earphone adaptor to allow you to listen in while you self-love. Fancy something more, shall we say, veined than the OMB411's shiny white surface? Then UK supplier Bedroom Pleasures has a suitably priapic plastic sleeve to slide it into.

It's even offering a garter which looks not unlike Apple's own iPod Nano gym-friendly armband. Well, it's a kind of workout, I suppose...

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The OhMiBod OMB411 is available now from Bedroom Pleasures' website for £45. ®

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