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Minna Ola programmable vibrator

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I always loved Simon Says and this is the Simon Says of vibrators. It looks like a alien taser, which is slightly disconcerting but hey the original Simon Says toy looked like a spaceship from Close Encounters, but I digress. In short, this adult toy follows your moves and comes in spherical packaging with a spacey looking silver bag. The Minna Ola isn't cheap but it is rechargeable, saving you the cost of batteries.

Impressively, it has ten seconds of recording time to create patterns and the harder you press, the harder it throbs. I really like the idea of customisable patterns and speed variations, I think it makes less like a piece of plastic and more like an extension of your mind and body. The Minna Ola is also fun and engaging. Now that's sexy. Just be warned, your boyfriend will want to join in the fun but might think he's laying down some tracks in Pro Tools.

Minna Ola Programmable vibrator

Satisfaction Rating 80%
Price £120
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Oh! Rabbit vibrator

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You'd think rabbits would be old hat by now and we would have moved on to pandas or goats, but Lovehoney's Realistic Oh! Rabbit is a new and impressive take on an old favourite. The silicone feels smooth and helpful doesn't smell like a glue factory, I liked the light up pad, so it's easy to use with the lights down and candles lit. It's all about the ears with this bunny – they have three speeds and four patterns, so there's loads of choice.

Oh! Rabbit vibrator

Satisfaction Rating 80%
Price £40
More info Lovehoney

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