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Sex Toy Review: OhMiBod Music Vibrator

The OhMiBod vibrator has the distinction of being the first insertable music-driven vibrator – yes, Virginia, that means that you can plug it in to your iPod, or other mp3 player, and it vibrates to the beat and rhythm of the music that’s playing. It features a sleep and approachable, “all in one” design – although the straight, thin shape of the vibrator, while good for clitoral stimulation and penetration, isn’t very well suited for g-spot stimulation – and is molded from premium grade, hypoallergenic, non-toxic and non-porous plastic, with chrome finishing.

This toy seemed like a lot of fun, and is relatively affordable – about 60 dollars on Amazon.com – and with the release of the new Beyonce album featuring some very sexy songs, it seemed like a natural to try out. It’s a little noisier than I would otherwise like, but the motor is strong, and the design of the toy itself is cute and non-threatening, if a little bit typical (it looks kind of like a poor man’s JimmyJane Little Chroma; long and thin with rounded ends) and unimaginative. You can probably get a “straight” vibrator of this design, without the added feature of being able to sync up with your music, for a bit less, but the music feature is fun and adds a playful element to the toy. You also need to download their app in order to use the music sync feature.

Advantages: The music-driven aspect of this toy is unique, playful, and fun, especially if you’re the type that needs mood music to help you when you want to get busy. It’s also affordable, with a strong and long-lasting motor.

Drawbacks: The design is fairly unimaginative, and not great for g-spot play. It’s also battery driven and requires a cord to hook up to your ipod, rather than being wireless.

Recommended?: if you’re a music buff, then yes; otherwise, it’s definitely a novelty-factor toy. It’s worth the 60 dollars, but you could probably find a similar vibrator without the music feature for less money.

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