Sohimi’s Hurricane is a hands-free stroker that rotates and thrusts at the same time

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Sohimi, a Chinese sextech device maker, has launched a new ‘hands-free’ automatic male masturbator, called the Hurricane, that simultaneously rotates and thrusts.

The motor of the penis sleeve-style device, which is selling for $70.99, operates at 218 revolutions per minute (RPM), putting it somewhere in the mid-range of the male masturbator market based on this figure alone. The Hurricane has seven different movement settings, offering a variety of spin and thrust patterns.

The company says that the Hurricane creates less than 50 decibels of sound when in use. The contraption has as insertable length of 12.2 centimetres/4.8-inches.

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The sleeve of the Hurricane can be removed, to allow it to be cleaned away from the motor. It comes with a suction base that can be attached to a smooth surface then rotated, to allow completely hands-free use of the device.

The Hurricane joins an increasingly crowded male masturbator device market, with many options sold around its price point. In early 2022 Lovense, the popular remote sex toy company, released a Bluetooth-enabled masturbator device called the Calor, as well as a versatile toy called Gush.

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However, with a lack of waterproofing, and no interactive features to connect up with content, cams or other devices, it’s arguably more expensive than some other ‘non-interactive’ strokers.

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A Sohimi ‘hands free’ Hurricane promo image. Tiny-waisted female model not included

Wowtech-owned Arcwave recently released a compact penis stroker device called the Voy, which resembles a black camera lens, that’s being sold for $99.

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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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  1. Sir/Ma’am, this is a Wendy’s.

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