The Screaming O Debuts ‘RodeO’ Vibrating Rings

The Screaming O Debuts ‘RodeO’ Vibrating Rings
Ariana Rodriguez

LOS ANGELES — The Screaming O has introduced the RodeO Spinner and RodeO Bucker, two new vibrating rings that bend and stretch.

The RodeO Spinner is powered by a three-speed plus pulse bullet and encased in a soft SEBS sleeve that features a fin-like extension made especially for additional clitoral stimulation during certain sexual positions. Nicknamed the “jean seam,” the firm and flexible accessory provides a flicking sensation. With its finger loop, users can adjust the placement of the “jean seam” for optimal control during grinding or rubbing movements.

The RodeO Bucker features a three-speed plus pulse mini motor, giving couples vibration in a more compact shape. The design features a solid SEBS ball that makes direct contact with the clitoris for firm, targeted stimulation. It also features a finger loop to maks it easy to position the Bucker.

The RodeO series is the latest addition to The Screaming O’s selection of relaxed-fit penis rings. According to the company, stretchier and more comfortable fitting cock rings are growing in popularity among men.

“The RodeO Bucker and RodeO Spinner are some of our best-selling summer releases and customers have been raving about their thoughtful design features — especially their super-stretchy fits,” The Screaming O Account Executive Conde Aumann said. “The Spinner’s amazing ‘jean seam’ has been a home run while the Bucker’s compact size has given shoppers the power of a full-size vibrator but in a petite shape. And with their super-stretchy SEBS material, the RodeO series offers a softer alternative to the wide selection of cock rings on the market – perfect for beginner users and those of us who just want to enjoy the ride.”

The RodeO Spinner and RodeO Bucker are made of pure SEBS that has been independently lab-tested to achieve optimum material quality and a body-safe experience. Both are water resistant and are powered by replaceable AG-13 batteries.

For more information, email Aumann at