Perhaps the newest of trends in sex tech is the smart strap-on, and among the very newest of these is the $119 Sen by Zveotec, available for pre-order now, and set to be sent out to customers in April 2021.

It differs from Skiimoo’s VDom smart strapless strap-on and its “thrust sense technology”. Where the VDom is remotely activated via an app going from flaccid to erect, Sen is a double ended dildo that synchronizes sensation with vibration.

The company explains the tech uses a biomimicry algorithm that turns information – the ways the shaft can be touched – into feedback response for the wearer. The device’s multiple settings include ‘oral play’, ‘solo play’, hard or gentle, and it’s coded to react differently to different sensations, such as thrusts or lips, in a “natural way.”

For example, a hand job on the dildo shaft would only vibrate the wearer’s internal bulb, or during penetrative sex, the harder you thrust the more it vibrates both the shaft and the internal bulb. “How you use your strap-on determines where you feel [vibration] most,” says Zveotec.

Perhaps most excitingly, the tech is said to be able to “predict” orgasm and puts the feedback response “in overdrive” to help facilitate that, the company says.

Benign design

Sen is made out of high-grade silicone, and comes in three colours: midnight ruby, deep emerald, abyss blue.

The company suggests a variety of creative ways couples and singles can make use of this device. Vibrating motors sit at the tip of the shaft (for G-Spot or prostate stimulation, depending on the body of the receiver), the base of the shaft (for clitoral stimulation), and in the whole of the bulb (for the wearer’s G-Spot or prostate).

At present, the prototype dimensions are 10.5-inches in total length, with the dildo sitting at 7.6-inches long and 1.8-inches wide. The insertable bulb is 3-inches long and 1.78-inches wide. To make it more adjustable, Zveotec says you can add on the ‘Sen Sleeve Extender’, which will be available in a range of sizes for a longer and thicker experience.

For an extra £30 you can order the compatible harness called Eva. However, the strap-on is compatible with most standard harnesses that use a flexible “O” ring design.

The company is planning on being a one-hit wonder though: it recently announced the unnamed Zveotec butt plug in a competition campaign, and there are plans for future designs that include “a male toy and a ‘vanilla’ couples toy.”

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