We already presented the KIIROO Onyx 2 to you. This is simply a modern piece of art; already the design looks futuristic. If you are wondering: the Onyx is the black box, the dildo-like tool on the right resembles the female counterpart, the Pearl. Initially, the Onyx was just intended to synchronize with the Pearl. After you mount the Onyx on your penis, motions placed on the enclosure are transferred to the Pearl. This way, couples can have sex in e.g. long distance relationships. Gladly, KIIROO got things straight and gave the Onyx the ability to also synchronize with general sexual web content; this includes e.g. live shows but most importantly, VR Sex!
The invention was a real labour of love by its creator Dave Lampert. He originally had the idea in the 1970s but it was not developed until 1983. Surprisingly, the prototype - which was made with sheet metal and wood (ouch) - did not have the desired effect. Later, the Sybian became an internet craze, after Lampert wisely began using softer materials.
Nora is an adult toy which brings phone sex up to a whole new level. The toy allows you to team up with a partner, as they work your vibrator's controls via an app. The second user controls the speed of penetration as the "performer" tries their best to keep up. Long gone are the days where you both had to be next to each other to enjoy intimate moments.
If you’re lucky, you might run across a few male sex toys that offer supreme versatility in the way they operate and interact with other devices. Products that can do more than one thing at a time are often prized for their versatility but be careful. Machines that do too much can sometimes provide too little in the way of pleasure, yet machines that do too little can sometimes provide much enjoyment. Look for products that play well with others without being too complicated in their design.
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