The Business of Pleasure online news announces that Standard Innovation Corporation is exhibiting at the sold out Adult Novelty Manufacturers Expo (ANME) 2013 in Los Angeles. Find out more here!
Standard Innovation will offer attendees the opportunity to talk with company executives and learn what’s new from the creators of the We-Vibe family of solo- and couples-use vibrators. The highlight of the exhibit is the revolutionary new Thrill by We-Vibe, the solo-use vibrator designed for women. Its C‑shape hugs the pelvis so that the soft ruby silicone reaches her G-spot while the elongated smooth grey ABS surface vibrates her clitoris. The control handle enables her to exert the desired pressure, pace and friction, and the powerful and satisfying rumble gives her the ultimate blended O! Attendees also get a sneak peek at new merchandising materials for Valentine’s Day 2013.
High tech meets sex toy. A scientifically tested and designed vibrator that’s meant to give women pleasure alone or as a couple. The secret is the “C” shaped design that gets inserted into the vagina but also stimulates the clitoris.
XBIZ announces that technology and sexual health will merge at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) as executives from Standard Innovation tell us how science is enhancing sex and intimacy in the new millennium. Read more here!
The company’s latest product, The Thrill by We-Vibe was recognized by a panel of veteran technology journalists as a semi-finalist in the Last Gadget Standing, another CES first. The annual competition highlights top products that will endure as the digital world continues to change. The Thrill, which was just launched this fall, adapts the unique, “c-shape” ergonomic design of the original We-Vibe couples product for solo play.
Wall Street Journal blog congratulates Standard Innovation for becoming a hit at this year’s Consumer Electronics show. The company competed in a CES-affiliated competition called Last Gadget Standing. The newest addition to the We-Vibe product family, The Thrill by We-Vibe, made the top 25 cut, competing with electronic giants Samsung Galaxy Camera and the Galaxy Note II mobile device.
Robin Raskin, who oversees the competition and founded a company called Living in Digital Times, said Standard Innovation’s product was viewed like all the others on the merits of its technology and engineering.
Online newspaper Examiner highlights Standard Innovation’s participation in this year’s Consumer Electronics Show as sex and technology combine forces for this event. Find out more here!
Technology and sexual health will merge next week at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) as executives from Standard Innovation makers of the We-Vibe–the first and fastest selling couple’s vibrator in the world, will present on how science is enhancing sex and intimacy in the new millennium. Standard Innovation’s participation marks the first time a sexual health company has been asked to speak at the technology mega-conference
PRNewswire reports on Consumer and Electronics Show’s “first time”. This year marks the first time sexual health headlines CES as Standard Innovation executives present on how science is enhancing sex and intimacy in the new millennium. CEO Danny Osadca comments on Standard Innovation’s participation at this year’s CES:
We are honored to have such a strong presence at CES this year. Our goal is to apply the same high-level thinking and processes found in traditional consumer electronics to advance the future of sexual health. By creating safe, non-intimidating and quality products, we offer an unmatched user experience—a critical factor to success, particularly in this industry.
Online magazine My Sex Professor gives the We-Vibe 3 a glowing review. Read more here!
The We-Vibe 3 couples vibrator is the third in a fantastic series of partner toys. This tiny silicone vibrator offers dual stimulation in two ways (internal/external, you/partner), and packs quite a punch! With this third model, they’ve amped up the power of the vibrations and extended the battery life. It’s just so cute! This vibe is super small (it sits so nicely in the palm of your hand), and comes in three great colors (gotta love the jewel tones). I also love that the charging station doubles as a discrete place to stash the toy.
Spanish blog Eros highlights the best sexy gifts to find under the tree! Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, the new Thrill by We-Vibe is on everyone’s list! Read more here!
The prestigious makers of the We-Vibe that already has sold more than one million Units of its famous vibrator for couples, presents the Thrill, a double vibrator to simultaneously stimulate the clitoris and the G- spot. Its ergonomic curve caters to G-spot stimulation and its comfortable handle grip is a sure bet!
Gizmodo educates us on the use of vibrators and answers those lingering questions: Will a person become dependent on using a vibrator? Will they still be able to orgasm from, let’s say, oral sex or vaginal sex? Find out here!
Generally speaking, many women and men find that orgasms occur more quickly and while using a vibrator, assuming one is using a vibrator (and intensity of vibration) that they like. Some couples using vibrators during foreplay or intercourse to ease orgasm for one or both partners. The We-Vibe is an intercourse-specific vibrator (it can be worn vaginally by a woman during intercourse).
Online magazine She Knows Love suggests fitting great sex into your schedule. With today’s busy work schedules, kids’ soccer practices and a myriad of social commitments, having hot sex can get put on the back burner… if we do it at all. But a life without nookie is no way to spend our limited time on this planet — and with that in mind, we asked Dr. Trina Read how to maximize our time so we can have that sex we crave and, most importantly, enjoy it to the fullest. Dr. Trina suggests using a product like The Thrill by We-Vibe to spark some romance…and find out more about your own body!
C-Shaped product that gives both internal and external stimulation. With this, women are learning what they like and what they don’t like.