Mum’s rave review of a £40 vibrator gets Amazon shoppers buzzing – with the product selling out AND increasing in price

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A MUM’S incredibly enthusiastic review of a £40 vibrator has caused Amazon to sell out of the sex toy AND ramp up the price.

Twitter user Savvvvyd shared a screenshot of the extremely detailed review, in which the mum says her “soul left me” when experimenting with the 10 different suction settings.

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Tracy’s Dog vibrator has racked up some glowing reviews for its 10 different suction settings[/caption]

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Writing a glowing, five-star review back in April this year, the mum said the Tracy’s Dog product “met and exceeded” her expectations.

Along with praising the “discreet packaging” and the swift delivery time, the customer took a military approach to testing out the vibrator as she “only had a few hours until [she] had to collect the kids”.

After a very tense wait for the device to charge – where the woman likened herself to “a crackhead waiting for his dealer” – the mum said it was a case of “trial and error” when using the suction toy.

Unaware of just how, erm, powerful it could be, the woman wrote: “Me being me, I decide to go from zero to 60 in 3.5 seconds. I hit the suction button setting to level 5 or 6 and hit the G spot button as well.”

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The mum urged others to hyrdrate and stretch before trying the vibrator for themselves[/caption]

Claiming that the vibrator made her pass out on the spot, the woman added: “My legs went straight out like those goats who faint when scared.”

Knowing what she was in for the second time around, the mum played around with the different settings before experiencing an “unending orgasm” and says she’s “pretty sure I levitated”.

She added: “I shook for a good 5 minutes, I couldn’t get up off the bed even if I wanted to.

“I stared at the ceiling dazed, trying to remember who I am and what year it is.”

Rounding up the rave review, the besotted customer urged other shoppers to buy the product – but warned they should keep hydrated and “stretch like you are about to run the 500 meter dash”.

Needless to say, this woman’s candid and incredibly enthusiastic review was all the convincing the Twitter user needed to place the order herself.

Sharing a screenshot of the review and her purchase confirmation online, the user joked: “So I saw this and then…”

The customer’s tweet has since racked up over 44,000 “likes” on Twitter – and the internet fame surrounding the product has resulted in Amazon ramping up the price of the vibrator.

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The powerful vibrator boasts 10 different suction settings and pulsating patterns[/caption]

While the purple sex toy would have originally only set you back £28 before its internet fame, it will now cost you £40 to order online.

And that’s not all – there’s been such interest in the product that Amazon have had to delay shipping to keep up with demand.

What’s more, the sold-out sex toy has also shot to the top of Amazon’s bestsellers for it’s pulsating patterns.

But while the Tracy’s Dog vibrator has shot to internet fame thanks to the viral review, other customers have left similarly enthusiastic comments on the product page in the past.

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One impressed customer said the vibrator made then ‘die, be resurrected and die again’[/caption]

Claiming to have “died, resurrected and died again” when using the vibrator, one customer raved: “This is a weapon.

“It cured my depression. I don’t go to therapy anymore. I was walking from side to side after I finished using this thing.”

Another raved: “I was hesitant about believing the reviews and not thinking it would give me mind blowing orgasms like people say it does but they were right… it made me have a squirting orgasm in less than one minute of using it.

“I would buy this over and over again because it’s 100% worth it, it’s a feeling I’ve never felt before and I’ve become addicted to using this.”


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