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Lovense’s first ‘interactive sex furniture’ is the $699 double-ended Sex Machine

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Lovense has released a new dildo-thrusting device not-so-cunningly called the Sex Machine, largely marketed at adult cam performers.

The company is known for its remote-controlled sex toys, which can be paired with the Lovense App and remotely controlled. The Sex Machine is a rather more high-octane piece of kit than Lovense’s popular vibrators and penis sleeves, though it can pair with them in the same way as the company’s other devices.

More ‘sex furniture’ than sex toy, the Sex Machine looks a bit like a clothes rack or an electric exercise bicycle, with a silicone dildo attached to it. A motor thrusts the dildo back and forward, at speeds of up to 300 strokes per minute.

Two dildos come with the Sex Machine – one can be attached to each end of the device, for two-person simultaneous use. The stroke length of the machine is adjustable, and can go up to 11.4cm. Tilt angles and heights can be adjusted, to allow for various positions.

The device can be controlled through a supplied wired controller or, as is the case for Lovense’s other sex toy products, via the Lovense Remote app, which should make it particularly appealing for porn cammers looking to offer more interactive experiences with their viewers, particularly those who rely on tips in free chats.

At the end of February, the Sex Machine went on sale for $699. Lovense says that the device is compatible with Lovense App functions popular with cam models, such as the Vibe With Me and Give Control functions.

With both the porn cam and sex toy industries quickly expanding, new Lovense releases are coming quick and fast. The company also released the Calor last month, a squeezable masturbator device with depth-control vibrations. The Calor followed quickly after the release of the Hyphy clitoral and g-spot vibrator.

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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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