Everyone's favourite electric toothbrush attachment, the Tingle Tip Clitoral Stimulator, has been voted Best Sex Toy in DIVA magazine's Readers' Awards 2008.
The readers of Europe's biggest-selling lesbian magazine clearly love its unobtrusive style – you can openly leave it in the bathroom – and the fact that it delivers orgasmic vibrations straight from your electric toothbrush, of course!
And it's not only DIVA readers who love the Tingle Tip. Here's what Lovehoney reviewer leonine had to say about it:
"I'd read about this product in Cosmo where it was given 9 out of 10. As I have an Oral-B brush, I thought I'd try it out and like the other reviewer I was eager to try it as this is my first sex toy. It's exactly as described. I was worried how the pink disc would feel but it's incredibly smooth and vibrates side to side. I'm not exaggerating when I say I came in 2 minutes and then again. My first multiple! It's a brilliant stimulator."
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