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Product description

This item will make you happy for a long time!

Multi-speed realistic vibrator.
In pretty purple Tone.
Made from jelly.
Realistic form with head, shaft, and vein details.
pulpy and flexible.
Tickling nubs at the base.
Multi-speed s.
Twist-dial control at the base.
The motor in center of the shaft.
2 AA batteries (sold separately)
Length: 7.5 inches.
Material: Jelly.
Function: Realistic form, Spot tip, Multiple Speeds, Flexible.
Width: 1.00 inches.

JSJS Massager Beginner Feel Jelly Practical Realistic Front and

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