Revel Body Launches Indiegogo Campaign to Debut Sonic Vibrator

SEATTLE  Revel Body, a technology development company focused on sexual wellness, launched an Indiegogo campaign to introduce its sonic vibrator.

The company said that the Revel Body sonic vibrator will offer more than three times the vibration range of today’s battery powered vibrators.

The company pulled its inspiration from sonic toothbrushes.

“We realized the majority of devices in this big, competitive industry all use the same class of rotary motors, and basically all experienced the same issues,” said Robin Elenga, founder and CEO of Revel Body. “Companies compete on everything from color and shape to packaging and price, but never vibration. Yet, vibration is the primary function of these devices. We knew we could build a better motor and product that together, would offer users increased sensation and a better experience overall.”

The company said research and focus groups led to the discovery of five main issues with today’s conventional battery-powered vibrators: noise, battery-life, reliability, ergonomics and a limited range of vibration.

The Revel Body sonic vibrator and TrueSonic technology, the result of nearly two years of research and product testing, solve many of these issues by offering more power, less noise, wider range of vibration, longer lifespan and a thoughtful design, the company said.

The company said that TrueSonic resonating motors provide a wider range of vibration, adjustable between 24-200Hz, and substantially more power than any other battery-powered vibrator.

With only a single moving part, TrueSonic motors are also extremely quiet and efficient, lasting at least four times longer than traditional rotary motors. Compared to current vibrator technology, the TrueSonic technology and Revel Body sonic vibrator will offer:

• More than 200 percent wider vibration range,

• 90 percent reduction in noise,

• 50 percent more power, and

• 80 percent less vibration to the hand.

Revel Body hopes to use its products to raise awareness for sexual wellness. Working with the leading experts in the industry, such as sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz, Revel Body has focused on developing an approachable product, one that worked for everyone and helped erase the sigma around sex toys.

According to the company, the Revel Body’s spherical shape is easy to handle and is made from high-grade body-safe silicon avoiding the use of phthalates, nickel-plated parts and other harmful chemicals. 

“We’re on a mission to develop innovative technology and amazing products that make people’s lives better. Incidentally, we don’t think of what we make as sex toys,” Elenga said. “We think of them as lifestyle products that enhance sexual wellbeing for women, men and couples. By funding our campaign, you allow us to focus on driving the change to better, more adaptable sexual wellness products, and make a lot of people very happy in the process.”

For more information, visit RevelBody.com.