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If you've seen the Sqweel, you'll know it's unlike any other sex toy on the market. But did you know there is now a brand new range of accessories available so that you can customise your Sqweel? With vibrator attachements and new tongues to tease and please, the new Sqweel accessories have started to get rave sex toy reviews.
"I thought this was a brilliant idea, and I wasn't disappointed. This rubber sleeve fits over your Sqweel and allows you to slide the vibrator of your choice into the holder, allowing you to experience the joys of both toys without getting your hands caught up with each other (or maybe that's just me...). There's not really a lot to say about the product, except that it does what it says on the tin!"
Read the full review by englishrose.
"Fantastic... Loved how the wavy tongues on each side held my clit in the middle... Started with the Sqweel on the slowest setting which felt really good and the sensation was totally different from anything I've felt before. After a good five, ten minutes on this setting I was turned on so kicked it up a gear putting the Sqweel on fast setting. My clit was throbbing with the amazing sensation!"
Read the full review by GTSH.
"The Pearl is harder than the original, which I personally think improves the feeling - the bumps on the Pearl provide intense bursts of sensation without the tickle. It feels a lot more like oral sex than the original (or at least, it does in my opinion) - or rather, a lot more like the oral I would like to receive: no half-hearted, fleeting licks here, just pure orgasmic sensation."
Read the full review by englishrose.
"I had lubed it up well before hand so it was nice and slippery then put in on my clit in slow speed first for a few minutes, the feeling of the nobbly bits with the thin tongue running along the side was amazing and different... I could only last a minute or two before I had an intense orgasm. An intense but quick orgasm."
Read the full review by GTSH.
Did you know that the Sqweel was the winner of Lovehoney's first ever Design A Sex Toy Competition and has been a huge success for inventor Trevor Murphy? The third Design A Sex Toy Competition has now launched, and if you think you can create a new sex toy to rival the Sqweel then submit your idea today!
Choosing a gift for your Valentine? Chances are that you'll want to read what other people thought to help you choose the right thing to light their fire. If you reckon the reviewer has similar taste to your lover, you know it'll probably work for them too. Because of this, we reckon reviews are vital in helping you make the right decisions.
To reward our review writers, we give £100 worth of sex toys to the person who writes the Lovehoney Review of the Month. We also choose a selection of highly commended reviews and reward them each with 2000 Oh! Points to spend as they wish - or save up for something special.
Review of the Month
Our winner this month is Tearoha with her review of the Clittorific Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator. We felt this was an absolutely outstanding review that managed to pack loads of information into just three well-crafted paragraphs. She gave us her background so we knew we could relate to the situation, told us everything we needed to know about the product and gave some inventive suggestions.
"I felt that a clitoral vibrator would be best for me; the waterproof aspect of the Clitoriffic is what first attracted me to it, and I must also admit, its beautiful shiny smooth texture. Much to my delight, I had an amazing time experimenting with my body; I used it during long baths, and tried it in different positions in bed. Funnily enough, our relationship actually grew stronger as I was able to tell him about all the experiences I was having in my free time with the vibrator. Now that we’re back together, we still use it regularly during sex, and I use it from time to time when I'm alone. I’ve even tried pressing it against his testicles during oral sex; it’s so easy to be creative with."
Read the full review here and read on to find out which other sex toy reviews have been rewarded for being outstanding this month.
Because there's nothing sexier than real, confident people, Lovehoney encourages all customers to upload photos of themselves wearing gorgeous lingerie and costumes for the chance to win £100 to spend on sex toys, sexy lingerie or sexy costumes.
Winning the title of January's Model of the Month, and the £100 shopping spree, is XratedRockstar. We thought she absolutely rocked the Naughty Knot Sexy Body Bow and reckon she must have watched Hella's video demonstrating how to put the body bow on as it was so perfectly placed.
If you fancy a chance to win a £100 shopping spree on Lovehoney, just upload a picture of yourself wearing sexy lingerie or costumes and check back next month!
How to Wear a Naughty Knot Sexy Body Bow
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Rabbit vibrators are generally considered to be toys purely for use by woman. With their vibrating ears and rotating shaft, they're ideally designed to stimulate the clitoris and G-spot. But would those delicious ears work well on the male anatomy? And what about that romping, rotating shaft?
Now, we get rabbit vibrator reviews fairly often from men reporting on how well their chosen gift had gone down with their partner, but this week it was all about the men going solo with a rabbit vibrator. The topic even spilled over into the Lovehoney Forum, with a member starting the thread Any guys used a Rabbit?
Whether you're a man looking to buy a rabbit or a woman thinking about experimenting with your partner, read on to find out what our reviewers say in their sex toy reviews about what the rabbit vibrator can do for a man.
Before joining Lovehoney I had never man-handled a fake pussy and ass or any other exclusively male sex toys before. I've owned vibrators for over a decade but it had never occurred to me that during the whole of my adult life I had never been with a man who had owned or even used a self-pleasuring device on himself. I can barely name a female friend who hasn't.
When researching the joys of couple's toy play it seems to be the general assumption that women will bring the hardware and men are on the learning end of the bargain.
Advice and sex tips geared toward introducing toys to your relationship have a tendency to mirror this assumption with scores of sex experts opting for the female-friendly suggestion of bringing along some lube and one of your favourite vibrators. There's nothing wrong with that advice per se, but where's the balance? It seems that all camps are failing to champion the benefits of sex toys for men for both solo and couple's play... until now.