Vick Remote Control Vibrating Plug. Date night!? Going to a show? Out to eat? Maybe planning a sexy bedroom rendezvous? Whatever scene you’re setting for the night (afternoon, morning etc), Svakom’s Vick is good to go just about anywhere you can. Angled dramatically and swollen in all the right places, Vick comes equipped with super charged vibration at two distinct pleasure points, a handy little remote and hundreds of possible vibration combinations.
A little background for newbies: prostate (or P-Spot if you prefer) massage is, according to many prostate owners, the ultimate act of over-the-top pleasure. The prostate is thought to be the brain center of sexual response, and stimulation of this nerve-ending rich area on the upper anal wall can bring on ultra-intense, earth-shattering orgasm.
Aside from its purposeful shape that curves naturally toward the prostate when inserted, Vick features a nice big perineum-stimulating arm angling up from underneath. External perineal stimulation is the perfect companion to internal prostate massage, especially when there are seven vibration modes at 5 speeds to choose from!
Synchronized at the Pro’s shaft and external arm, vibration powers up using a single button on Vick itself, or using the wireless remote. Speaking of the 5 meters (16′) range remote, maybe your date hangs onto it? Vick was designed to be comfortable and ergonomic through longer-term wear ie: out and about.
Fully USB rechargeable, Vick powers up using the included cord and any free USB port. The remote requires 1 CR32 cell battery, which is included.
In ultra-hygienic silicone, Vick Remote Control Vibrating Plug is hygienic, hypoallergenic and extra low maintenance. Pre and post play, rinse with warm soapy water or use a good quality toy care fluid/foam. Any favourite water-based lube will be compatible with the high-end silicone surface, but please don’t be tempted to use silicone lube as it could damage your Vick. It’s also a good idea to store this vibe away from other silicone and soft toy materials, just to be safe. Vick is IPX4 water-resistant, but it shouldn’t be submerged, and care should be taken when cleaning.