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Product Review – Liberte

The Liberte (with an accent on the e) is one of the Natural Contours “personal massagers” that VibeReview sent me in my surprise box this week.  As you can see from the picture above, it’s sleek, it’s curved, and it’s yellow (irl, that colour IS a little prettier).  It has three vibration speeds and one pulse setting AND it came with batteries already inside (woot!), which meant I could try it out as soon as I opened the box!

What I liked: I know it’s silly, but I really like it when toys come with batteries; it just makes things so much easier and it’s nice not being disappointed because I don’t have spare batteries or the toy needs to be charged.  I also thought it was really cool that the strongest vibration setting was the first one, since I never really use the lower settings anyway.  I found Liberte very easy to use, it was comfortable, and has just the right amount of curve in the neck for g-spot stimulation.

What I didn’t like: I have no serious complaints, though it would be cool if the neck was flexible to adjust for different bodies since I’m sure not everyone is built exactly the same as me (but very few toys do that).

This toy would be great for: anyone looking for a simple and versatile vibe that’s a little less expensive than you’d think.

Liberte earned itself an 8 out of 10

2 comments to Product Review – Liberte

  • Maikeru

    Off-topic, but I wanted to give you the way to put in the accent on the e. If you’re editing this in plain HTML, then it’s é. If you’re using the WYSIWIG editor and you’re on a PC then it’s Alt+0233. If you’re on a Mac, then I believe it’s option+’, then hit the letter you want to accent.

    I know, it’s ridiculous that I’m giving computer advice on a sex advice blog. Though I figured it might make your life easier.

  • Maikeru

    Er…the message box apparently parses for HTML, so it should be & eacute; with no space between the “&” and the “e”.

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