Kiiroo launches new Onyx2 masturbator and hooks up with OhMiBod for Fuse vibrator


Kiiroo’s had a big week, with the launch of two new teledildonic products aimed at both men and women.

First up is the Onyx2, the follow up the original Onyx, which follows hot on the heels of the release of (and has been designed to play nicely with) the Pearl2 vibrator.

The company says that the Onyx2 is both more powerful and quieter than the previous generation, and an external overhaul makes the device more discreet for anyone taking it travelling around with them. As well as working interoperably with other Kiiroo smart sex toys, the Onyx2 also works with interactive 2D and VR content too.

It’s available to buy from, priced at $219 or as part of the new Couples Set that includes the Pearl2 as well. The Couples Set costs $299.

The second launch this week is the OhMiBod Fuse, which is the result of a collaboration between OhMiBod and Kiiroo.


The Fuse aims to address some of the shortcomings of other teledildonics by providing both dual-stimulation and true bi-directional control when used with other connected sex toys. And, of course, there’s touch-sensitive controls for manually using the Fuse.

The company says that the Fuse has been designed to complement the Fleshlight Launch, both in aesthetics and functionality. It’ll play nicely with all existing Kiiroo smart sex toys though, not just the Launch.

The Fuse is available to buy now from either Kiiroo or OhMiBod directly and costs $149.

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