Braxton's quickie for the day...
Welcome to The Great Splitter Debate that has taken place between Anna and me.
We haven’t been fighting, but we have traded pro’s and con’s with each other over adding splitters to our line of stimming necessities known as Anna’s Essentials. You see, a splitter is a wonderful tool for a stimmer to keep in their inventory, so long as they remember that it has a potential downside.
The idea behind a pair of splitters is to expand your power box lead wire from two connectors to four, thus permitting you to connect more electrodes. Here’s the downside: by doing this, you are diluting the intensity, potentially to the point that the stim won’t carry you to orgasm.
So much for the conventional thinking. There’s a not so obvious use for a splitter which I consider to be where its true value lies: it’s a fantastic way to convert a bipolar electrode to monopolar. Here are two examples:
Men: With a splitter bridging both connectors of your CurrentProMax, you can now drive your CurrentLoop and the CurrentProMax on the same power box channel.
Women: With a splitter bridging both connectors of your CurrentWand, and another splitter bridging both connectors of your CurrentVagMini, you can now drive both electrodes on the same power box channel.
Now that you’ve been educated on the pro’s and con’s, welcome to our latest product offering: