PRODUCT FAQS

1Is it safe to use a silicone-based lubricant with my SexToyNight product?
SexToyNight recommends that you not use a silicone-based lubricant with your product, as this could make the silicone permanently tacky. A water-based lubricant is the safest option. If you wish to use a silicone-based lubricant, perform a patch-test first. You should also never use massage oil or hand cream as lubricants. However, note that SexToyNight products are suitable for both silicone- and water-based lubricants.
2My SexToyNight product does not work and/or charge. What should I do?
In order to find out where the problem lies, please run through the following actions: Attempt to charge your product. if the battery has been completely drained, it may take up to 5 minutes for the to begin to pulse, indicating charging is taking place. This is because the charger initially charges with a very low current to protect the battery. if the product still does not respond after 5 minutes, please check that:

The DC plug is firmly plugged into the DC socket. The main plug is firmly plugged into the wall socket. If your SexToyNight product has apparently completed charging but still does not work, ensure that the travel lock is not on. hold down the + and – buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds to turn the travel lock off. The product will light up to confirm unlocking.
3Does a SexToyNight charger work in Sweden, if you use an adapter?
Our chargers are basically all the same as far as input goes. If you have a look at the label the input voltage starts at 110v and goes up to 240v so you may use it worldwide. obviously with the correct adapter.
4What is the difference between a vibrator and a dildo?
While the shape is similar, a vibrator is battery-powered and vibrates, while a dildo has no battery and does not vibrate.