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Okay, the Diva Sensual Massager is an external use toy designed with women in mind to rub on their private parts, their clitoris in particular though Nadine liked it elsewhere too, for stimulation purposes. It takes 3 AAA batteries, is considered "splash proof" rather than water proof, and is made in Europe out of "body safe phthalate free ABS plastic (it's hard plastic too). The battery compartment is at the bottom and the two press button controls are on the middle of the toy, the holding in of the actuator button starting it and allowing the user to cycle through the 8 vibrational modes it provides. The first of those modes are steady beats but the later choices add some rhythms that drove Nadine wild, the strongest of them not all that hardcore but apparently enough to work wonders on the female physique.
The device comes in a pretty cool case, making it a great gift for the ladies, and has a satin storage bag as well as a manual written in a handful of languages to explain the cleaning, use, and benefits of the toy. There is a white version too, the black one having the look of a remote control if you don't look too closely, the Swiss engineers probably shaping it using the same knowledge of ergonomics those in the electronics world have had for decades now.
Nadine initially used the Diva on her tits, spending some time there before moving down under where she kept it until the batteries ran out about two hours later (it might have been longer). She was watching a soon-to-be popular movie with me (BatXXX Dark Knight
) during a third session using the toy and seemed to only half heartedly be watching the movie, indicating her approval of the device even if she did mention that "a ninth setting would be even better", presumably a battery draining super strong vibration used only for those truly acclimated to vibrator use over years of testing various products.
So, as far as the Diva Sensual Massager by Chippendales is concerned, she figured it was well worth a rating of Highly Recommended while I factored in the pricing to make it one notch lower, my pragmatic approach to using price as part of the equation lost on her. It was easy to clean, had no issues with water getting in during testing or cleaning, and it appeared to be as sturdy as they come, the sleek lines helping her enjoy it visually while it could be left out in the open and bypass the notice of prying eyes given the way it looked like a contemporary remote control so give it a look and I think you'll find it well worth your time as a toy built for a woman (not a genetic juice laden caveman like myself).