Basic tips and knowledge on sex toys, this video focus' mainly on unique sex toys
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Angelica Le Minh: So the extra special toys and these are the ones that I was asking you about that you wouldn’t tell me about. Sebastian Yeung: I didn’t want to spoil the surprise. Angelica Le Minh: I love the surprise. So the most popular product right now that you're selling? Sebastian Yeung: Is—well, it’s a tacit between the Layaspot and the Fun Factory mini vibe and both of these are designed so they can be—they can look like anything, you know, it won’t necessarily be a vibrator. Well, not that one. Angelica Le Minh: Not that one. Sebastian Yeung: But this one. Angelica Le Minh: So what's this all about? Sebastian Yeung: Well, this is flower power. You know sometimes you don’t want people to know that you have a vibrator, so this is a vibrator that is hidden like a flower. Angelica Le Minh: It’s like a secret agent vibrator. Sebastian Yeung: It’s a secret agent vibrator and it’s not cooperating, there it goes. “Woo! Very, very strong.” This is another one that’s really good to hide. It looks like a ducky. Angelica Le Minh: Acts like a ducky. Sebastian Yeung: Floats like a ducky but it’s a vibrator. I’m in the bath. Really? Its been five hours. And he has also got friends. He’s got devil ducky, he’s got penguin and he’s got fishy. Angelica Le Minh: Fishy. Sebastian Yeung: Yup, lots of friends. Angelica Le Minh: I know there has been a lot of recent technology in the make up, so in the plastics, some things like that. Sebastian Yeung: Yeah! Definitely and there's been a lot of research and a lot of controversy. It’s never been a government regulated industry. So, this started in Europe, in Germany and people were researching the rubbers that went into making sex toys and they found that there are some rubbers that were industrial great that were going into intimate products so obviously that’s a really bad idea because industrial grade rubbers mean industrial grade chemicals leeching into your body. The difference between a silicon type rubber and a petroleum latex based type of rubber is—silicon is like -- you know, its silicon. So it’s not going to degrade anytime soon. It’s guaranteed for 10 to 25 years by the manufacturers depending on the manufacturer what the guarantee is. And it will take temperatures up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Angelica Le Minh: And are there any toxins that are related to any of the colors that go into any of these toys at all? Sebastian Yeung: No, shouldn’t be. I mean, this are very, very stable rubbers. Angelica Le Minh: Okay. Sebastian Yeung: So once they are set, they're set for a good 10-25 years. Angelica Le Minh: Perfect. Sebastian Yeung: Yup. Angelica Le Minh: It does. Sebastian Yeung: Yeah! Angelica Le Minh: Very nice. Sebastian Yeung: Yeah! Technology at work.
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