....you mean it isn't that new control device for the PS3?
There's one HItachi product you won't see at the company's uValue 2010 convention in Tokyo, the Magic Wand vibrator. Visitors will be told about the huge breadth of Hitachi's product range, running from nuclear power stations through the bullet train to supercomputers, servers, storage arrays and even nappy sensors, but not …
Seems they are only available on Amazon.com - anyone know about their availability in the UK? :) I know a complication is they need a transformer for 220V... Somehow I doubt one will be able to buy the Wand here for their equivalent price in pounds...
Paris, who else?
Get it from j-list...
Ahhh, lol, these things have a lot of custom mods from what I've seen... browsing lamtarra... no no no the bit at the front of the shop... no not the bit at the back... or the other two floors... why would I go there? What's back there anyway? I wouldn't know...
Funny thing coming back from Japan, the border guard said "You do know it's illegal to bring back obscene content." First thing he said upon hearing that I'd come back from Japan. Lucky these guys don't know about the internets. I do like the joined up thinking "Young, came back from japan, DIRTY PERVERT!" a lot like the "coloured, came from abroad, DIRTY IMMIGRANT!"
To discover that LoveHoney, the UK's wonderful sex toy site, (lovehoney.co.uk), doesn't carry the Magic Wand.
Perhaps this is a commentary on the difference between American passion and British?
Lovehoney does have, however, a variety of other massagers, some of quite sinister appearance.
Lovehoney definitely *used* to sell them. That's where my wife got hers, complete with 230v transformer. I did hear recently some rumour that due to them not be CE tested or something they were not legally allowed to sell them in Europe anymore.
And, yes... they work ;) She describes it as having two speeds 'f%^k off' and 'REALLY f%^k OFF'.
Some years ago, one of my house mates managed to lumbered with a Kirby vacuum cleaner demo.
After they had finished, he has the demo guy that he'd heard a rumour that there were "sex toy" attachments available for it, which was vehemently denied.
I often wondered if this was an urban myth or if there was something to it.
The word on the street* is that someone got busted by Trading Standards for selling the wands with fine of about £5k each, due to them not being manufactured to British standards as they need a transformer. So it's looking like the only way to get one is to buy from abroad where they don't need a transformer or don't have the same standards or don't care.
Maybe a protest at this show for 240V wands would help them see the light and continue to help make British women happy. Or at least get them to moan about something else in private.
*Means it's what I've heard and I have no idea if it's true or not.
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