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Advanced Anchor Triple Stimulator

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Manufacturer: PassionXS / Type: Vibrator

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      01.08.2012 21:05
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      Triple stimulator purple vibrator with a fatal flaw.

      I suggest that anyone easily offended or of a nervous disposition goes and reads a review about flowery soap or something!

      My partner and I do have quite a few items in our toy box and decided it was time for something new and a little different. We do play with our toys together so it has to be something we both want.
      We don't tend to buy our toys from Ann Summer as they tend to be expensive, after a browse in our favourite store, a much smaller chain, we decided on this rather bizarre looking item.

      It claims to stimulate three areas, the clitoris, the elusive G-spot and the bottom.
      The G-Spot part is rather bulbous looking item, the anal stimulator (rather tastefully called 'anal invader' is a thin probe and the clitoral bit an almost boat shape with 6 tiny rods.

      Once I'd removed it from the packaging and handled it I did begin to have misgivings as to how pleasant an experience it was actually going to be.
      Its always nice when they don't feel too plastic, the Anchor has a soft velvet touch to it which is quite pleasant. It is thoroughly hard though with no give at all.

      The main thing I didn't like was the fact that the knobbly bits on the clitoral stimulator were not slightly soft and rubbery but solid plastic. Quite frankly I was concerned for my delicate lady bit!

      You may need some lubricant with this one as its a bit of an odd shape. If you aren't used to this kind of toy you may well just find it damn uncomfortable. Once its in that's where you see the absolute fatal flaw. You see it just doesn't fit and reach all those important bits. It's just too short, its either angling towards the front or towards the back. It's impossible for it to reach all the necessary bits.

      There is a way of using it but unless you are quite broad-minded I suggest you look away as it may be graphic!

      Essentially you have to rock it from front to back, then the other way and so on. Try to do it led down, it cant be done. On your knees, legs spread with one hand balancing on something. And if you have a big bottom forget it, the anal probe is just too short.

      The vibrations are controlled by a little remote control, the wire is connected to the bottom of the vibe and leads to a rectangular little box, with the 'wheel' type controller. I do like those but always remember which way it goes so you don't end up disappointed when you accidentally turn it off. Vibration wise its great, it is noisy, turn it right up and it'll bounce all over the bed.
      But the really high vibration have the effect of making those little prongs on the front quite unpleasant. There is no way you'd be wanting to put that on the really sensitive area, around it yes, on it and you'll bang your head on the ceiling. Bit like like taking a swipe at your bits with a Brillo pad.
      Sadly a decent vibration in the actual G-spot part means that the anal probe bit that goes into your bottom doesn't really even get a slight shake. You could just buy anything to go up your bottom and maybe a Rabbit for the other bits.
      It didn't find my G-spot either, it just felt like another vibrating dildo.

      Its a novelty, but that's it really, I don't think its a purchase for the serious toy collector, there's plenty more products on the market to have a decent play!

      Cost is approximately £15

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