How a budget sex toy company fixed some of sextech's biggest problems

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How a budget sex toy company fixed some of sextech's biggest problems

Sex toy company Satisfyer didn't invent any new concepts when it released its line of internet-connected, app-enabled pleasure devices last month. Since the early 2010s, an increasing number of sextech companies like We-Vibe, Ohmibod, and Lovense have been flooding the market with toys touting the same exact high-tech features.

But what was new and groundbreaking about Satisfyer's Bluetooth-connected toys was that, unlike its competitors, they actually worked.

Until now, most sex toys marketed as the latest and greatest in app-enabled internet connectivity failed to deliver on the most basic technological functionality. A majority of the leading high-tech toys that we exhaustively tested back in 2019 proved incapable of maintaining even passable Bluetooth signals, which was only made worse by their nightmarishly unusable and glitchy apps.  Read more...

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