Club Vibe 2.OH – Keep It Comin’ Love

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a number of events at clubs with electronic dance music and DJ’s.

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There is one item that I made sure to take with me on all of my adventures (well, besides earplugs), the Club Vibe 2.OH by OhMibod.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Club Vibe 2.OH, here’s what Good Vibrations has to say about it: It is a “remote-controlled, musically-motivated vibration sensation marries sound-activated technology with a neat and discreet design. Contoured to hug the body’s curves, this super sleek vibrator nestles close to the skin and fits comfortably in underwear. Use one of 5 pre-programmed vibration settings to get things buzzing, or expose the remote to the ambient sound and let the Club Vibe thump. Don’t feel like being in the drivers’ seat? Give the remote to your partner and let them call the tune the Club Vibe dances to from up to 20 feet away!”

So I usually kept the remote with me (though sometimes giving it to a partner to hold), turned on to the ambient setting which let the baseline of the music drive the activity. The sensation/vibration did not give me immediate orgasms but when the DJ played some hard house or industrial/techno it stopped me in my tracks and I eventually burst into laughter — if ya know what I mean. Every time other women in the club would see the remote they’d ask tons of questions: what is it? Where’d you get it? How much does it cost? I filled them in on all the details and I would not be surprised if they went out and bought one ASAP. Sometimes they would ask in sort of a whisper “does it go inside?” No, it sits in the cotton panel pocket of any Original Rise Hanky Panky thong panty nicely (the low rise panty has the cotton panel sewn shut).

All of this brings me to a funny story that happened last weekend.

The amount of time I spent out dancing was probably 5-6 hours a pop. I noticed on a couple of occasions, after a while, the vibrator was not on anymore. At first I thought I was wearing out the battery from a couple hours of dancing.  But each time I’ve put in a new battery in anticipation so this would NOT happen on the dance floor. Each time I could turn it back on so I concluded there was no problem with the battery. I began to joke about it with a couple of friends. My friend Mike said casually, “Maybe it finished before you?”

Ha!

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We brainstormed more of the possible solutions:

Maybe it thought, “I could stop now and maybe she won’t notice.”
Maybe it got bored. 
Maybe it got tired.
Maybe it got frustrated because it wasn’t going “in”.

But seriously, this is one of my favorite toys. It can be used in a variety of settings with or without a partner. Here are some instances in which I have tried it….

  1. Out to dinner.  Caution: if you’re at a restaurant and you are sitting on a bench with other people and your partner has the remote, beware of confusing the other patrons sitting on the bench with you. Despite the fact that the motor is extremely quiet and will likely not be heard over the noise level in the restaurant, the vibration is still powerful enough to have the whole bench wondering “why is this bench vibrating?”.
  2. Doing a Bawdy Storytelling gig in front of a live audience, set on ambient mode. This was motivation to get the crowd to laugh and make noise. And I got a “special thrill” out of how funny the rest of the storytellers were.
  3. At a Movie. I’m planning to take it with me to see the new Star Trek: Into Darkness. Explosions. Music. Chris Pine. Zachary Quinto. Bruce Greenwood. Zoe Saldana. *shudder*
  4. At a Club. Well, I’ve already described how I use it solo. You can also give the remote to a friend and let him/her decide when to turn you on.

Do yourself a favor and buy a Club Vibe 2.OH. I’m positive that you will have a great time and start to understand what all the buzz is about!

xxoo
The MamaSutra

The MamaSutra

Mother of two girls. Holds a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) and a Certificate in Women's Studies from UW-Madison. Graduate of IASHS as Master of Human Sexuality. The articles you read here have goals in two main areas. 1) I strive to normalize conversations about sex and sexuality between parents and their children. To me this means helping parents accept and nurture their daughters' budding sexuality so they grow and learn to respect their bodies and accept their whole selves as they grow into strong, beautiful, powerful and healthy women. 2) Female Sexual Empowerment. Women deserve to learn about and explore the pleasure that can be felt through a full sexual life - however each of us may define that - without guilt, shame, or embarrassment.

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