Sex toy news: thrustin’, suckin’, and lube dispensin’
Self-thrusting G-spot toys, a warming lube dispenser, a tub attachment that diverts water to your genitals, and more!
Most important news first, y’all: Fun Factory’s Stronic G is a REVELATION. Like the other Stronics, this toy thrusts all by itself — but this one can be used hands-free, and its perfectly-hooked tip gives my G-spot everything it craves. Ooof. So good.
Lube dispensers are all the rage now and I blame me. The Touch heats your lube and will utilize any lube you want, unlike the exorbitantly expensive Pulse, which takes proprietary pods.
Sliquid has a toy cleaner! I still don’t really believe in toy cleaners, but at least I trust Sliquid not to put junk ingredients in theirs.
Screaming O just released a few new toys in their “Affordable Rechargeable” line. I’m very curious if the motors are any good.
It’s been a year and a half since LELO unveiled the disaster that was the Hex condom. Finally, they have something new…
Tenga’s Iroha line now includes its first battery-operated toy to utilize their softer silicone: Zen. It’s cute and I want to run my fingers over it, but it also looks like a vag gunk-harboring nightmare.
Speaking of intricate textures, Tantus has a very detailed new dildo called the Steam Hunk. This sentence from the press release killed me: “[it features] a detailed shaft of rivets and industrial buckles, hoses and airlines and two pronounced hydraulic chambers, simulating testes.”
We-Vibe’s new toy is a two-pronged vibe called Gala [update: I reviewed it, it’s bad], and Australian company Downunder Toys is crowdfunding for their first ever rechargeable vibrator, AVA. It will have removable silicone parts to alter sensation.