Rocks-Off Takes the Most Places in Good Housekeeping's Vibrator Review

LONDON — Rocks-Off has taken three out of six places in Good Housekeeping Magazine's most recent review of vibrators. Rocks-Off describes itself as "the U.K.'s leading sex toys manufacturer."

Good Housekeeping Magazine recruited a panel of 270 women ranging in age from 31-76 to test 27 different vibrators. Each woman tried one vibrator, and at the end of the test, the women filled out a detailed questionnaire about their experiences. 

Rocks-Off's RO-Duet vibrating love egg was described as "best for couples" and scored 69/100, while Rocks-Off's Ruby Glow scored 71/100 and was noted for its on its "great range of speed." And Rocks-Off's Luv intimate massager, which scored 67/100, was noted for its "intense" settings and "easy to operate" shape.

"We were delighted when the Color Me Orgasmic RO-80mm bullet vibrator was featured in Good Housekeeping in 2014, but this is a terrific honor," said Andrea Duffy, international sales manager for Rocks-Off. "The exposure is another example of changing social attitudes towards vibrators and adult pleasure products."

Tabitha Rayne, creator of the Ruby Glow, said: "It's amazing to think that this time two years ago, the Ruby Glow was just a lump of clay and plaster in my writing shed. It just shows how one idea can blossom with the encouragement and support of the right people."

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