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Rock Box

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RH Editor's Choice

Matt black – excellent colour choice – and even a mention of the words "power tool" in the promotional blurb. Handheld sander was my first thought, but not in a bad way. With the amount of sound the Rock Box produces at 5,000 RPM, looking like you're up to some DIY is a good way to fool the neighbours.

Male and female (tongue shaped) attachments, which are simple to change back and forth, makes this good value for money for tingling twosomes. The Rock Box's six speeds are controlled by a dial and range from teeth rattling to brain embolism. Mains powered, this baby is hot off the production line and a glimpse at the future of sex toys. Check out the video here.

Rock Box unisex vibrator

Satisfaction Rating 95%
Price £100
More info Lovehoney

Tingletip electric toothbrush stimulator

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This idea makes me squeamish and excited at the same time – a vibrator that you attach to your electric toothbrush. Can you imagine brushing your teeth afterwards? Eeek! Being quite gentle and quiet – depending on your toothbrush, really – I can imagine this would be a good introduction to vibrators and small enough to fit in your make up case. Cheap, cute and inconspicuous this is pretty good value for money.

Tingletip electric toothbrush stimulator

Satisfaction Rating 70%
Price £10
More info Tingletip and Lovehoney

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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