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October 10, 2017

Kiiroo taps OhMiBod to build a better connected vibrator

by John_A

Way back when, Dutch teledildonic startup Kiiroo launched a pair of devices that let you have sex from opposite ends of the internet. There was only one problem: the Onyx male masturbator and Pearl connected vibrator were pretty underwhelming. It’s a problem that Kiiroo has sought to remedy by leaving the hardware design to sex toy manufacturers who know what they’re doing.

Last year, the company teamed up with Fleshlight to produce the Launch, a connected male masturbator. Now, Kiiroo and OhMiBod have leapt into bed to produce the Fuse, a connected vibrator. The beefy, rabbit-style vibe will do everything that Kiiroo’s other products will do, and the hope is that it’ll also erase all the bad memories of the Pearl in the process. It’s likely that webcam performers will also embrace the gear for a replacement for its underpowered predecessor.

The Fuse, like the Pearl, has a touch-control surface on the outside that can be paired with other devices. But also the company believes that the device will be pleasurable enough that users will want to employ it on its own. And, much like so many other Kiiroo products, Fuse will sync with online video and VR content. It’s one of a handful of female-focused pleasure products we’ve seen that can do such a thing, as well.

The OhMiBod / Kiiroo Fuse is available to buy on both company websites for $149 and we’ll bring you more details on the device in due course.

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