Sex toys… They’re a woman’s best friend, and at this year’s annual CES, they’re capitalising on innovation and the human touch.
Sex tech accumulated over half a dozen stands but was still tucked away in a corner of one of the Las Vegas show halls.
Hosted under the ‘Health and Wellness’ division, the censorship may be a conservative take on a category still considered crude, but it didn’t stop manufacturers from showing off their latest pleasure devices.
Several toys featured innovation, but Pulse is debuting perhaps the most discreet and convenient device at CES.
Pulse’s Warming Dispenser is the perfect discreet bedside table sex device, which dispenses heated oil and gels.
The sex may get messy, but it won’t be from the Warming Dispenser, which is designed to keep your massage section clean and without spills.
But the most impressive sex innovation is the Osé by sex start-up Lora DiCarlo. It’s the first toy to debut a ‘sucking’ function while also abandoning the popular vibrating feature.
“I think the standard for innovation probably needs to be scrutinised a bit more,” founder Lora Haddock DiCarlo told BBC.
“Not everything is innovative, particularly in this industry. We’ve seen the same product innovated over and over again for the last 80 years.”
The Osé is designed to mimic human touch – oral sex in particular with its ‘sucking’ function.
“Osé combines a G-spot massager and clitoral mouth to arouse and stimulate both pleasure points simultaneously,” Lora DiCarlo’s website states.
“With a flexible body and custom controls, Osé adjusts for the perfect fit and delivers the right amount of touch for your unique anatomy.”
It’s also waterproof, so you can take your new best friend into the bath with you for additional pleasure.
The Osé has proven to be a popular success, with a 4 to 6-week shipping delay already imposed due to popular demand.
You can purchase the Osé from the official Lora DiCarlo website for $290.