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Girl’s Notebook ~ Haruka Amano

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Wooohooo , first onahole from PRIME here ! プライム ! “pu-ra-i-mu” !



There are two versions of “Girl’s Notebook”: Kaname and Haruka.

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These two girls look familiar ? But they’re not parody onaholes, it happens to be the official onaholes to Osu Mesu Addiction, a hentai manga I happened to NOT read because I can’t read Japanese yet. The drawings alone make just half the work even with porn 😉 I seems like lots of fun in a highschool involving Kaname and Haruka, two huge-breasted perverted girls. Give it an eye ^^

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PRIME’s engineering for each goes as follows:

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With the expectation for tightness, I choose you, Haruka ! And… No. No.

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Enough for the packaging, after all PRIME didn’t create it. PRIME is kinda new in the onahole market, so this is a sort of “flagship” of their skills so I can track their improvements in handling thermoplastic elastomers and silicone and their commitment in providing Japan and the world with agreeable quality anime sex toys aka onaholes. It’s not easy to find some marketshare where giants like ToysHeart and Magic Eyes established new standards for years, putting milestones so weird people like me have always something new to blog about. Aaaaaand…  😕

 

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Yeah okay, it’s pretty tight, it feels quite good actually, even with the stretching caused by my penis who’s not exactly close to the girth of a pencil. The bottom comes pretty quick, so there’s a risk of poking through. The entrance is poorly conceived, I don’t really like having to “squeeze” around until my tip finds it’s way inside. No problem on turning inside-out, for efficient cleaning. All in all, it’s what you await for this price. But. Time to drop bombs. 👿

Back in April 2011, after browsing J-List for an hour or so, I ended up filling my cart with onaholes. One of them was the Kirino ~ my little sister can't be this tight. Go grab it, it’s still selling as of today. Get the Kirino and one Girl’s Notebook, they don’t cost much. And then: compare. You might agree: the material is definitively similar. The tightness too. Not the structures. But the smell, that sweet scent of plastic that isn’t exactly the best news with something you stick a bodypart inside. PRIME, you have a really long way ahead to the podium. We keep you on the radar. Another thing:

本品はジョークグッズです。その他の目的でご使用された場合の責任は一切負いません。

According to a big search engine’s translation tool: “This product is a joke goods. Responsibility if the product is used for other purposes does not assume any.”

In other words: “You’re supposed to use this stuff to make jokes ! If you use it for something that isn’t a joke, the company declines all responsibility ! You got testicle cancer after putting your dick inside ? Well, blame on you ! What do you mean, it’s a hole ? The picture on the box ? Look here my sweet lord: a hammer is used to put nails into stuff. You CAN use a hammer to put nails through your penis, it works. But don’t blame the company who made the hammer for the physical damage you inflicted YOURSELF to your OWN penis ! So please use our product to make jokes only, after all we have 35 fulltime technicians and engineers making sure our product is good in making jokes.”

Of course this is a well-known phrase to avoid any legal trouble (or, more likely, any costy sanitary check by the FDA), but someday the Japanese authorities will find and exploit a case of intoxicated young boys suffering from fertility disorder (one of the worst possible disasters for Japan) to put the blame on onaholes, and those who make, sell and blog them 😡 What I mean is that the industry must take the initiative and regulate itself, forming workgroups who will issue guidelines about material safety, publishing quality certificates delivered by independent laboratories, and effectively banning toxic sextoys from China or elsewhere. I’d be more than happy to add “material safety” grades in my reviews. Because for now, I can just doubt. And raise an eyebrow when I read “joke gift”.

AkaiHebi

Author: AkaiHebi

European otaku exploring Japan's most amazing anime sex toys for fun, since 2011. Feminist and sex-positivist. Asexual. Genderbender. Panromantic. Liberal. Freedoms activist. オナホ レビュー 著者 「onaho-review-author」

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4 Comments
  1. That’s what the “joke gift” disclaimer means?! Dirty fucking bastards, fuck those people to the lowest tier of hell, seriously!

    Thanks for the review, dude. You’re doing a serious service to men everywhere. I reblogged your post, so maybe more people will happen to read it.

    Thanks again!

  2. The “Joke Gift” disclaimer is just to cover them and their customers in case they run into any Decency laws. There are some places in the U.S. for example where sex toys are technically illegal so they have to be sold as “novelty gifts” or “massagers”. Pretty sure it doesn’t have much to do with the quality of the product.

  3. I’ve had this come in today not knowing that there was a review for this product here.
    The quality is OK, but it smells unbelievably strong, that’s OK if you want that smell to stick around for a few minutes/hours, for $10 off of J-List, I would probably say that there are many others that exist that doesn’t smell like a chlorinated swimming pool. In summary the feeling is good and all but the overall experience is being spoilt by the smell, not exactly pleasant.

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