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Bumpy anal plug

Bumpy anal plug

B-vibe

Bump

The smallest in a trio of butt plugs designed for b-Vibe by celebrated sex educator Zoë Ligon, the Bump’s size and surface are a great introduction to anal play. This vibrating plug’s bumpy texture massages the sphincter as it enters and exits the body, whilst the narrow neck provides comfort for longer use. The Bump is suited for beginners and those wanting an intermediate level of anal play, and it can also be used with a vagina.

Anal Friendly

Body Safe

  • Compatible with water and oil based lubes
  • Texture creates more intense sensation
  • Six different vibration patterns

A vibrating anal plug with a firm bumpy texture.

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