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Vibe less Vice ?
  • VoyagerVoyager
    Posts: 199
    Having read the experiences of the new Vice owners,
    it looks as if all are happy with the silicone part of the Vice.

    Some feel that the vibrator is too aggressive.

    With the above in mind would it be possible to buy the Vice as two seperate parts.

    I would think that more than 50% of the kit price would lie with the vibrator.

    I would be interested in buying the body only for the moment.
    if I felt that I needed the vibrator I could buy that item later.
    A lower frequency vibe might become available in that time.

    A plastic or Stainless Steel insert could be provided to give stiffness
    depending on the users preference.
    What say you Marketing Department and those of you sitting on the fence ?
  • pnomanpnoman
    Posts: 145
    Yes. I Would Buy...
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,807

    ..............would it be possible to buy the Vice as two seperate parts.
    I would be interested in buying the body only for the moment.
    if I felt that I needed the vibrator

    What say you Marketing Department and those of you sitting on the fence ?


    If this option had been available I would have ordered a week earlier as I had initial doubts regarding the size of the base.

    It makes sense to offer the parts separately as 'repalcement parts' since lube errors can damage the body or the electronics might fail. Additionally, that would permit users to use their existing vibe in future toys should Aneros expand the V-series.

    I'd suggest that Aneros offer the two components separately in the store but restrict retail sales to just complete assemblies.
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,335
    i would be interested if it dropped the price substantially, like similar to the eupho. i am interested in the new material and shape.

    but, notice that pricing is probably not based on manufacturing costs. the eupho is twice the price of the mgx. hard to believe that is manufacturing.

    the price probably reflects marketing, design and set up costs, etc. in other words, i imagine that from aneros's perspective, the cost is pretty similar with and without the vibrator.

    but who knows.

  • enigmaenigma
    Posts: 90
    Not sure how effective the Vice would be as a prostate massager on its own.

    As I said elswhwere the P arm is quite flexible so it doesn't work in the same way as the other models.
  • HelixerHelixer
    Posts: 566
    IMO it says a lot about customer loyalty when customers even offer to buy the vibrator without the vibrator ;)
  • Edit
    Posts: 0
    Might be another marketing opportunity for aneros to offer another, lower intensity vibe that fits the vice cavity. It seems that a more subtle version could mean extended bliss when seeking the super o with a vibe.
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,807
    Not yet with "vibeless" -- plenty to explore:

    My own feeling, based on one poorly organized session and a second that was sort of exploratory, is that there's a lot more to vice than appears on the surface. More potential positions, postures and plays than I've seen in any other Aneros tool.

    I've not yet tried any of my usual submissive relaxation stuff and am more into looking at alternate stim locations. The fat p-tab offers a lot with variable perineum contact. (" shave or not to shave. That is the question.) :-) Perhaps next year's orgasms will be perineally focused rather than prostate focused. (per Darwin's recent post.)

    OTOH, a partially extracted vibe does some interesting play on my gluts. No clue where that might go but there appear to be some involuntaries out there that spread back to anals. I've never been a k-tab ace; butt, that might be worth exploring. (never had 'spine chills'). For the "energy-movers" there might be some cool stuff.

    One note: I gathered up a handful of AAA batts from remotes and penlights. These were in various states of discharge. Perhaps one might reduce intensity in the vibe. For the vibe I have, a "tired" batt won't start the vibe and a batt that starts it seems to deliver full intensity. Batt life though is excellent -- have nearly an hour on the batt that came with the tool and it's still doing the job. (Good engineering at Aneros!)

    Suggestion: Extending on B.F. Mayfield's suggestion regarding partial extraction of the vibe..---> Extract the vibe a couple of inches then apply small strips of lead tape to form a 'spring-mass' damping effect to the vibe. (for the non-golfers in the crowd, Google for ). This should transfer even more vibe energy away from the prostate out into the tabs via the abutment arm.

    Above just occured to me so this is untried but is on my list of stuff to try. If someone beats me, please post.

    Plenty here to keep me busy.