LONDON — Rocks-Off landed additional mainstream media coverage this week after appearing in the U.K. tabloid newspaper The Sun.
Rocks-Off gets praises in an article titled, “How to Have the Best Sex Tonight: An Hour-by-Hour Guide to Get You in the Mood.”
Ruby Glow, the sit-on vibrator, is mentioned for being an arousing way to beat the afternoon slump in the office.
"Wait until your colleagues have left the office for a coffee break then give yourself a whole new type of buzz with a discreet personal massager that is designed to be placed on a woman’s office chair so she can sit on it and turn herself on," the piece read.
Andrea Duffy, company international sales manager, said that the Ruby Glow continues to gain exposure in the mainstream media for its “revolutionary” design.
“Our customers have enjoyed a surge in sales of the product since it came second in a vibrator test by leading women's lifestyle magazine Good Housekeeping,” Duffy said.
It was called "revolutionary and great for disabled people as it's hand-free" by popular British sexologist Tracey Cox on the U.K. daytime TV show “This Morning,” Duffy said.
“We expect there to be continued interest in Ruby Glow for our customers and those looking for a sit-on vibrator that stands out amongst their product offering," she said.
The Ruby Glow's inventor, erotic fiction writer Tabitha Rayne, said: "What a super article about how to get yourself in the mood throughout the day. The Ruby Glow can certainly be a part of that and I'm very excited that they’ve picked up on it. Anticipation is a real aphrodisiac and exploring your own erogenous zones while apart is a wonderful way to ignite passion when you get together again."
Read the full article here.