NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Doc Johnson is now shipping the Mangina — an insertable dildo that also can be penetrated as a stroker.
“The Mangina is a top and a bottom,” the company says. "The perfect date and a sublime one night stand."
The Mangina offers “endless possibilities” and “unparalleled versatility,” according to the company, as it can be used for solo play or with a partner. As a stroker, the Mangina features internal textures that feature stimulating ribs upon its entry and massage beads within its tunnel.
The dildo/stroker is handcrafted with UR3, which offers a lifelike sensation. The Mangina is described as a firm yet flexible realistic dildo that can be used anally or vaginally.
It can be worn to enhance the length and girth of a penis during pleasure play with a partner. Its hand-held size also allow for solo play.
"From the response we've seen thus far The Mangina will be popular because of the variety that it provides," Doc Johnson Marketing Director Sunny Rodgers said. "It's a unique couples toy that offers multiple uses — from stroker, to dildo, to extension. The Mangina has something for everyone.
"Because of the gorgeous, uncommon packaging, I think shoppers will be drawn to the unique appearance of the box. Everything from the product concept, the design and the box copy all pull together to offer shoppers something truly extraordinary."
Made at Doc Johnson's North Hollywood facilities, the Mangina is made from antibacterial Sil-A-Gel formula, which is phthalate-free and body-safe. SIl-A-Gel is an antibacterial compound that the company adds to its "Made in America" products.
'It is not a coating or a separate material," the company said. "It is added into our material in the raw mixing phase so that the antibacterial agents are actually engrained into the product and will not wash away with use. Although you should always wash your products with mild soap and water, Sil-A-Gel is our way of going the extra mile to make sure that your products are as safe and clean as they can be."
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