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The iBuzz, one of the first iPod-driven vibrators, is back, reinvented not only as a more compact, more stylish device but also with the ability to power a pair of his'n'her - or just her - vibrating bullets simultaneously. And now you can colour-coordinate it with your music player too.

The iBuzz Two will shake to the rhythm in the usual way, but a new feature is what manufacturer Love Labs calls "music-activated vibrations" - four "pulsing patterns" triggered by your tunes. You can fine-tune the device by selecting one of 11 vibration speeds.

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The gadget comes with two bullets and a pair of rubber covers: a ring for him and a rabbit for her. It also sports two earphone sockets of its own allowing you and a chum to carry on listening while you... well, you know.

The whole thing runs off two AAA batteries, and is available from LoveHoney for £35. ®

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