LELO to Release World’s 1st SenseMotion Remote-Controlled Massagers

Ariana Rodriguez

STOCKHOLM, Sweden — Swedish designer brand LELO has announced a Sept. 15 launch date for the latest additions to the Insignia range — three new couples’ massagers featuring SenseMotion Technology that are the first of its kind.

SenseMotion allows the new LELO products to be controlled via wireless remote where a flick of the wrist or tilt of the palm will change the vibration power and speed in two of the eight available stimulation modes.

The product’s synchronized vibrations between the massager and the remote allow couples to feel the vibrations their partner is experiencing from a range of up to 39 feet.

While these functions have been seen in today’s smartphones and video games consoles, this is an industry first to have such technology within personal massagers themselves, the company says.

The new LELO products include Lyla, an egg-like massager; Tiani — a couples’ massager for women to wear during intercourse, and the Oden vibrating couples’ ring — all with wireless remote and SenseMotion settings.

“No other company is offering the same revolutionary features of the new Insignia,” LELO U.S. Sales Manager Donna Faro said. “Of course many claim they are showcasing 'the next big thing', but our LELO designers have achieved something genuinely unique. Couples now have the potential to instantly control the sensations they are experiencing via movements of a controller. This marks a groundbreaking change in the market and I cannot wait to see these fantastic products showcased on the retail floor!”

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