CES sextech hit ‘Lovelife Krush’ is finally on sale

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CES sextech hit ‘Lovelife Krush’ is finally on sale

CES doesn’t have a whole lot of sextech on show, despite sex being a huge part of our lives.

One device that did premier this year, and made quite a splash at the same time, is now finally available to buy having completed its early pre-order obligations is the Lovelife Krush from OhMiBod.

Priced at $149, the device is advertised as a kegel exerciser with vibration functions.

That means that as well as providing (optional) stimulation, it helps women strengthen and tone their pelvic floor muscles.

As with any self-respecting device nowadays, there’s an app to pair to control it and voice-guided training programs to help you along.

It’s made of body-safe silicon, and is waterproof (handy) and pleasure and training vibrations come courtesy of a built-in motor.

The app also lets you set goals and rewards, as well as allowing you to set a lock so no one can open it by accident, which is handy.

Whether that early CES excitement will follow through and translate into sales remains to be seen, but early positive feedback never hurts.

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