02 Apr

We Vibe Tango

If you are at all familiar with my blog, then you’ll have read about the we vibe Tango, for us it is ubiquitous – very rarely does any sort of playtime not involve the Tango.

 

In fact, it really is such an essential that we have 2, a MkI in purple and a MkII in pink.

 

It was a no-brainer really that this would be my second new review on subsmissives.

 

Much like the Doxy, which I wrote about yesterday, the we vibe Tango defines the genre, before we tried the Tango we had been through many many bullet vibes, some good, some not so good, I’m sure this happens up and down the country, in fact world-over.  So if you’ve tried  several bullets and they just are not hitting the spot, then please please do not give up on the genre; the Tango is made just for you.

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Go and grab your bullet, switch it on – go on, I dare you! How’s it sound?  Bzzzzzzzzzz? Or grrrrrrrrrr?  Or, even worse, rattle clang bang?  If it’s any of those then it’s not the Tango.

 

Mnnnngggrrrrr – now that’s a sound that means business, that a sound that comes from a toy that doesn’t buzz, it rumbles, that’s the sound of the we vibe Tango.

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The newer model is slightly longer than the older, and the reportedly problematic charging solution of the magnetic base of the MkI is addressed in the MkII, although we never had a problem ourselves.  Charging is straight forward and easy, but worth checking periodically that the charging light is on.  The main change in the MkII is that the cable is USB; such is in vogue these days.  We also find that the newer version has a smidgeon more power and slightly longer battery life; but that could just be by virtue of it’s newness

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Made of ABS plastic it may be, but what this means is that the power from that rumbly motor has no awkward silicone to dampen it.  Just turn it on using the button in the base and rest it in your palm and the power from the motor makes the Tango spin round on its own.  Yes, it’s your cliché lipstick shape, but that means there’s a tip which you can use to pinpoint the rumbles to the exact spot that you need them.

 

If you are a person who likes these rumbly vibrations in that specific spot, then be warned that once lubed up and turned on, the Tango can be difficult to keep in place by virtue of its power.  This is especially so if you are using the Tango on another, when you can’t tell if you’re still on the spot.

 

The Tango has something for everyone; a range of patterns and 4 levels of constant rumble, best described as medium, high, very high and oh wow, so even if you’re not a power queen, you need one!

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I’m going to share with you what a little gem the Tango really is, as with many people, M has in the past been on medicines which make orgasm difficult, for several months the Tango was the only thing which could press her buttons in the right way to find that release which other toys just could not give.  This simple snippet alone means that we will forever be indebted to the Tango.

 

As with most of our toys, both our Tango’s came from Lovehoney

 

Use in BDSM

The we vibe Tango features in most of our playtime somewhere down the line, not just from pleasure, but for example in Pinned to the Floor, where Mistress takes the Tango to my nose in a moment of what can only be described as pure evil.  But, with its power and discretion, it is ideal for applying unexpected vibrations in almost any situation.

Pretty much everywhere sells Tango, so you shouldn’t struggle to find one;

International shipping try Lovehoney,

UK purchasers try Shop-Naughty, 4PlaySureLatex Leather & Lace and Is also currently on offer at Boudoir Boutique (as at May 2017)

US shoppers can buy at Betty’s Toy Box

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