Play time! Sexy toys for any valentine
By RedEye staff Forget chocolates or that weird apron lingerie that you can't actually wear under your clothes. Sex toys are the gift that keeps on giving--and will make your Valentine's Day more enjoyable no matter your relationship status. We sent our trusty testers out into the field with the latest models from a variety of companies. Here's how they fared--anonymously, of course.
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Fun Factory Amorino
Fun Factory Amorino vibrator $99, funfactoryusa.com Gender: Female Relationship status: In a relationship How you used the toy: Solo and in an opposite-sex pairing The toy's claims: "The gently taut silicone stimulation band is placed between the softly rounded tip and the side bud for clitoral arousal. It externally stimulates the Venus mound and the vaginal lips--this little detail ensures levels of excitement of a special kind. When using vaginally and anally simply remove the neon yellow band." What you thought: When using Amorino alone, I couldn't figure out exactly where the stimulation band should rest, so I removed it for vaginal use, which proved very effective. My partner also struggled to use the stimulation band, so it was quickly flung aside while he continued using it externally to great success. What your partner thought: "Controlling the vibration levels is intuitive and simple. At one point while using it I heard a strange noise in the kitchen; with this sturdy vibrator in hand, I felt bold enough to confront any intruder. (There was no intruder; I'm guessing they probably bolted when they heard me crank up the vibration intensity). Upon returning to the bedroom, it got the job done quickly and efficiently." Would you use this again?: Yes. Additional comments: I've been a Fun Factory fan for years due to their beautiful designs, and the Amorino continues that trend.