Blossomlover introduces ‘world first’ robotic modular vibrator, plus the cheesiest sextech video you are likely to see today

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A sextech device claimed by its makers to be the world’s first “robotic module vibrator”, designed to be linked to video and game streams and use artificial intelligence (AI), is set to be released.

Four different versions of the Blossomlover vibrator module are in the works, all of which attach to the main Blossomlover handle, which features control buttons.

Canada-based Blossomlovers Electronics, the company behind the device, says the product will be able to connect to video and games via platforms including social networks and metaverse spaces, for sharing of vibration patterns and the generation of unique patterns.

With the makers of the Blossomlover placing a large amount of focus on its use in shared internet spaces, we hope that the device and its associated apps and data will be buttressed with strong data protection. The makers say the Blossomlover can also be connected to other devices on a network, and can be controlled remotely.

On launch four vibrator sections are set to be available, each of which can attach to the main Blossomlover handle, which also has a speaker allowing it to play music. Most of the designs are variations of popular vibrators or other sextech devices.

One section is a classic, slightly curved penis-style G-spot stimulator. Another is a dual-stimulator style designed to pleasure both the G-spot and the clitoris simultaneously. Another is a clit-sucker style, while a fourth is a prostate vibrator. Further Blossomlover sections are set to be released following the initial launch.

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Three of the Blossomlover vibrator sections

Not a phone.

As well as touting the world’s first robotic module vibrator to connect to video and games, Blossomlover may have created the world’s cheesiest sextech promotional video (watch below).

The video, featuring four women enjoying a birthday party with croissants, cupcakes and cocktails, suggests that the Blossomlover is marketed at people who may not have an existing interest in sextech.

Why the women’s accents range from ‘Russian Bond villain’ to possibly ‘Deep South US’, and why the four members of the friendship group don’t seem to know if each other are married or not, remains unknown.

Price and release schedule details for the Blossomlover are yet to be announced. The device is set to appear on crowdfunding website Indiegogo soon.

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Jamie F

Jamie F

Jamie is a freelance writer, contributing to outlets such as The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, CNN and Vice.

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