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  1. trying to find a particular old toy

    bigdooker [sign in to see picture]
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    My wife has had a vibrator since before she met me. She maintained it well and it served us both well over the years. We've bought numerous toys together over the 12 years but always go back to old faithful.

    We got pregnant and moved house so the sex, toys, intimacy disappeared completely for last 3 years. Things have improved again and we are more active now than since we first met. We decided to break open the toys. Old faithfully silicone sleeve has been attacked by mice and foolishly we left batteries in the remote so that's broken.

    I am now on the hunt for a replacement. As I said, we have tried lots over the years so I'm looking for old faithful.

    flesh coloured, 8inch, smooth except 4 or 5 corrugations to allow the top half to thrust, light brown controller on a wire, control has speed for vibrate or thrust or both together.

    Anyone out there know what model it is, is it still produced, where can I get one? Wife doesn't remember.

    MrsMcX [sign in to see picture]
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    Unfortunately, it probably isn't being made anymore. Sex toys are changed and upgraded so often that (as far as I'm aware) they're remade every couple of years. And I really doubt that a vibrator over 12 years old will still be in production. Usually vibrators aren't connected to a controller by a wire nowadays too.

    Is there anything specifically that she likes about it that you could gain from a current product?

    Laveila [sign in to see picture]
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    the chances are that yu cannot get it anymore. I am sorry, but most toys are innovated and the only toys using wires now are usually love eggs, not all are wirelessly controlled yet.

    We can help you to find replacement which may fit what she needs, but we will need to know what you wife enjoys.

    snapper [sign in to see picture]
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    If you can post a picture maybe we can help find the newest nearest replacement ?

    if you doit might take a while to show up[ and it will only be on your profile , just an idea but it may help !

    bigdooker [sign in to see picture]
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    Will speak to the boss and find out exactly why she likes it more than all the others and will take a photo of the sorry looking thing. Thanks for the replies.

    5mil [sign in to see picture]
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    Ooh, we used to have a thrusting vibe that sounds like that! I remember it being quite noisy in action so it didn't get much use.

    Try looking at some of these thruster rabbits on the site - same action but with added bunny ears!

    Or if you don't want the rabbit version, this is probably the closest to your old model:


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    Not sure if this is naughty and wether I shouldn't be posting this. I think it's a modern version of what you are looking for

    Wildcherry [sign in to see picture]
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    I was just going to echo what 5mil has said really with -

    Sadly without a picture or a model/maker its going to be a little difficult to see if it is still around (which after 12 years i doubt it is :( ).

    I hope you find a replacement good enough though :)

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