JeJoue’s Alicia Relles told XBIZ the product was created to help women “discover” their G-spot by allowing them to bend and shape the G-Ki to fit their bodies, and can be adjusted from a wand-style G-spotter to an angled dual-use vibe.
JeJoue Technical Developer Duncan Turner told XBIZ the G-Ki prototype is in its second round of testing, and so far has gotten very positive feedback.
Buttons concealed in the toy’s “joints” allow it to bend and lock into a variety of positions, and even can be adjusted to fit and hit the perineum and clitoris during intercourse.
“What’s truly unique about the G-Ki is that by pressing a second concealed button, the slender neck can be adjusted from almost straight, to a 160-degree curve, allowing the perfect amount of pressure on the G-spot whilst vibrating against the clitoris, creating a perfect, personalized sensual massage,” a company announcement said.
The G-Ki’s cordless rechargeable battery also makes the product ideal for those looking to “go green” with their sex toys. Rather than featuring external metal charging points, the vibrator uses contact charging via its vibration control buttons.
It offers six levels of vibration strength and four pulsation functions, and is coated with 100 percent silicone. The G-Ki is offered in purple, black, rose and pink colors and packaged in a luxury gift box for easy storage.
Expect the G-Ki to be available in the U.S. in October. Its MSRP is $110.