STRATHAM, N.H. — Adult pleasure product manufacturer OhMiBod has released the Lovelife krush, a Bluetooth Kegel exerciser that uses haptic (vibratory) and visual feedback along with voice-guided training programs to aid women in toning and strengthening pelvic floor (PC) muscles through regular Kegel exercise.
In January, Engadget named Lovelife krush the winner of the "Digital Health and Fitness Product" category at the international CES 2016 "Best of CES Awards." Michael Gorman, editor-in-chief of Engadget noted, "We were impressed by OhMiBod's vision and execution, and it had the buzz of the show as one of the best innovations to come out of CES this year… we've evaluated thousands of devices and products to find the technologies that will change the industry and our lives. OhMiBod clearly was the best in show in 'Digital Health and Fitness Product.'"
OhMiBod made Lovelife krush available for preorder and recently completed shipments.
"The customer feedback has been phenomenal," said Suki Dunham, founder of OhMiBod. "These trailblazers — who have long believed in the potential of Lovelife krush — are seeing firsthand the correlation between regular Kegel fitness and physical and emotional wellbeing and healthy sex lives. The keys to better sexual health are in their hands, and they couldn’t be happier."
Lovelife krush works with OhMiBod’s new TASL (pronounced taz-?l) app to measure the pressure, control, endurance and grip of PC muscles and help women strengthen them through training challenges. TASL features built-in patterns and uses gamification to help motivate users to achieve training goals that, in turn, will unlock hidden features. The innovative app can also be used for pleasure.
Lovelife krush is available at LovelifeToys.com for $149.