Babeland Gets SaSi

Babeland Gets SaSi
Joanne Cachapero
NEW YORK — Adult retailer Babeland has announced the arrival of the SaSi vibrator in its stores located in New York and Seattle, as well as in its online store. The vibrator is marketed in the U.S. exclusively by Babeland.

The SaSi has a sleek, ergonomic design and a programmable feature that allows the user to customize the movements of the vibrator’s unique stimulating massager. With a shell-like shape that fits over the pubic area, the massaging components simulate a kneading sensation while also vibrating and pulsating.

The pattern of stimulating motions can be experienced at random or, by using control buttons mounted on the top of the toy, the user can program the unit to remember favorite patterns of motion.

An instructional YouTube video clip is available on the Babeland website, with Babeland model and sex advocate Anna Fino demonstrating the Sasi.

The SaSi was created by the U.K.-based manufacturer of the Je Joue vibrator. The Je Joue, which was one of the first vibrators featuring customizable, programmable motion, was introduced in July 2006 and retailed for $290.

The SaSi retails at a lower price point of $185, and is constructed from medical grade silicone, is water-resistant and has rechargeable batteries. For more information, visit the Babeland site.

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