Jimmyjane Launches ‘hello touch’
SAN FRANCISCO — Jimmyjane, the design-centric brand, has released the hello touch, a vibrator that’s worn on the fingers to enhance natural touch.
hello touch is the first in the new hello line of Adaptable Vibrators, the company says.
hello touch features a pair of compact Vibration Pods, each enclosed in a supple silicone fingerpad. When worn on the hand, the pods resonate, putting the power of dual motors at the fingertips.
“hello touch is wonderfully intuitive,” said Chief Creative Officer and Founder Ethan Imboden. “You touch naturally but get supernatural results — there’s nothing to learn, and everything to discover.”
According the company, recent studies underscore the logic behind Jimmyjane’s new vibrator design, including a study showing that up to 75 percent of women require clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm. Additionally, 87 percent of women masturbate with their hands, versus much smaller percentages using vibrators, shower heads and other approaches; and 78 percent of women who use a vibrator have used them with their partners.
hello touch offers more than three times the power of the most common fingertip vibrators while taking up less than one third the volume, the company said. Hello touch can be used for internal or external stimulation, and can be worn on the index finger and forefinger to stroke and explore, or on the thumb and forefinger to grasp and squeeze. The Vibration Pods can be positioned on the front of the fingers for direct contact, or on the back to expose the fingertips for increased tactile feedback, and midway down the fingers, or both on a single finger.
hello touch is designed for use by women, men and couples.
“hello touch is truly a vibrator for all,” notes Imboden. “We’ve created it for everyone who likes to touch or be touched.”
hello touch has a suggested retail price of $65.