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With the weekend approaching, many of you will be dreaming up ways to relax. Well, a robotic personal relaxation device is available that’ll help while away Saturday afternoon. For our male readers anyway.

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Tenga's Flip Hole: gives new meaning to handsfree

The Tenga Flip Hole is an automated masturbator for men, which means all you have to do is, well, slip in and relax. The shaft can recreate three different feelings on different parts of your male member, including sucking.

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Bumps and lumps make for a fun time

This is all made possible by a variety of “nubs, nodules, bumps and ridges” decked out along the clamshell silicone shaft, which online retailer Lovehoney claims create a feeling that’s better than the real thing.

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Idiot-proof instructions

Register Hardware knows you all love specifications, so here they are. The Flip Hole is 7in long, but can only safely accommodate a todger of up to 6.5in. The sleeve’s diameter is also 3in.

The Tenga Flip Hole is available now online for £60 (€90/$120). Best not show it to the missus though, she might feel a bit redundant.

We’ve already put our request in for a Flip Hole to review, but if you’ve any ideas on what sort of benchmarks we should apply, please let us know…

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