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New sex trend sees women syncing toys with erotic AUDIO BOOKS

The perfect partner! New sex trend sees women syncing their hands-free toys with audio books via bluetooth

  • Vibease is the world’s first wearable ‘smart’ vibrator for women
  • The toy combines physical and aural stimulation with a paired erotic audio book
  • Vibease changes intensity and vibration patterns according to the story
  • The concept is based on women’s preference for intimate and emotional fantasy

An unlikely new sex trend has captured the imagination of Australian women by promising pleasure ‘you never thought possible’.

Vibease, the world’s first wearable ‘smart’ vibrator, combines physical stimulation with a library of audio books for the ultimate immersive sexual experience.

When connected to Vibease’s Fantasy app via Bluetooth, the hands-free vibrator syncs with erotic stories to provide different levels of intensity at all the right moments. 

Vibease is the world’s first smart vibrator (pictured), combining physical stimulation and erotic audio books for the ultimate pleasure experience

According to Vibease, mental and emotional fantasies are women’s preferred choice of stimulation while men are more responsive to graphic experiences.  

The device, which usually retails at $176 AUD, is currently on sale for $131 AUD from the official Vibease website.

As an added bonus, the technologically advanced toy is waterproof and suitable for use in the bath or shower.

But the power of smart sex play doesn’t stop at solo stimulation.

Vibease also offers an Intimate app aimed at long-distance couples, allowing partners to engage in fun from half the world away.

The vibrator can be controlled by either party to create realistic sensations mimicking a real-life encounter.

The Intimate app also boasts a private messaging platform where users can share mood-setting personal conversations.

‘Long-distance relationships can be just as fulfilling as geographically-close relationships, and most couples want to maintain an active sex life while apart,’ sex and relationship expert Dr Jessica O’Reilly previously told FEMAIL. 

Women have been shown to prefer intimate and emotional fantasies while men are more responsive to graphic stimulus (stock image)

Women have been shown to prefer intimate and emotional fantasies while men are more responsive to graphic stimulus (stock image)

‘Toys like these allow couples who travel for work to stay connected in an erotic way from a distance.’ 

2019 has been big year for advancements in the ‘sex tech’ arena, with traditional self-pleasure devices undergoing huge makeovers that would have seemed laughable five years ago.

App-controlled toys are bigger than ever, with more advancements made in this area than any other.



Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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