So Divine Wins the Most Intimate Test of the Year from Good Housekeeping Institute | Fuel PR

So Divine Massaging Wand named one of three winners in exclusive test


The So Divine ‘Wicked Game’ Massaging Wand has been named a winner by the Good Housekeeping Institute. Twenty seven different varieties of vibrators were put through their paces over the last two months, and So Divine has come out on top with an overall score of 77 out of 100. Good Housekeeping Institute noted that ‘all the testers agreed they found it pleasurable to use’.[1]

[1] Good Housekeeping Magazine. July Issue 2017 p.77

In the annual test on vibrators, Good Housekeeping Institute select a panel of 270 women from the UK, aged 30 to 80. So Divine had a total of six products tested and all of the products scored above 60 out of 100. The Good Housekeeping Institute praises itself on ‘results and value for money’ and the fact that ‘vibrators are no different’.

Testers have praised the So Divine Massaging Wand, which boasts 3 speeds and 7 different vibration patterns as well as being waterproof and rechargeable and is one of the most affordable wands on the market at only £54.99.

According to Good Housekeeping, 45% of people use vibrators regularly and up to 75% will happily talk about vibrators with a partner or friends.

So Divine is a new range of sex toys created to spice up your bedroom activity whilst empowering women and men by enabling them to realise their sexual aspirations, ultimately enabling all to have the confidence to enjoy better sex. With a wide variety of products to choose from, there’s a toy for everyone.

So Divine is stocked at leading retailers including Ocado and ASDA as well as online at Bondara and Lovehoney. More information may be found at their website www.so-divine.com.


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