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Earlier this week, Register Hardware brought you news that clean-cut electronics manufacturer Philips is going into the vibrator, sorry, “marital aid” business. And now we’ve got pictures of the saucy gadget set.

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Philips' 'marital aids'

The intimate two-part massager kit has both a male-oriented stimulator and one for the missus. Both versions are “specially shaped to stimulate and please”, the consumer electronics giant claimed. But while the male version’s “cupped area feels particularly good on the male intimate area”, the missus should quickly become fond of her machine’s "vibrating tip".

Each vibrator is water resistant, which is handy. The Philips kinky kit can be bought online for £90 ($170/€130).

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