SAN FRANCISCO — Men’s Health and GQ Magazine both featured the unique Hello Touch in their October issues.
Hello Touch also broke new ground this month when it was the first vibrator to appear on prestigious tech site, All Things D. The Hello Touch also received previous exposure in The Today Show, The Rachael Ray Show, The London Times, NY Post, Harper’s Bazaar and International Business Times.
According to the company, men’s publications have embraced Jimmyjane’s Hello Touch wearable vibrator because it successfully targets the growing couples market for vibrators and is medically endorsed for prostate stimulation.
“Studies show that of the 52 percent of American women who have tried a vibrator, 78 percent of them used one with a partner,” the company says. “Hello Touch is ideal for use during foreplay, which 60 percent of women report as their favorite part of the sexual experience and necessary for reaching orgasm.”
In Men’s Health they announced Hello Touch is the “Best New Sex Toy” in their 2013 Sex Awards, alongside Jimmyjane’s Afterglow Natural Massage Oil Candle which won “Hottest Sex Accessory.”
Hello Touch also appeared in GQ Magazine’s October issue. The feature article encourages men to overcome their fear of using a sex toy with a partner stating, “That first time with the [Jimmyjane] vibrator wasn't just some of the best sex we'd ever had; it was some of the best I'd ever had.”
The vibrator was the focus of a Jimmyjane brand profile on the All Things D website, following in the footsteps of Apple, Microsoft and Samsung. The article highlighted how Jimmyjane is enhancing consumers’ lives with this growing niche area of technology — sex tech. Jimmyjane has lead the sex toy category, which was once taboo to mainstream crossover.
Hello Touch features a pair of ultra-compact Vibration Pods, each enclosed in a supple silicone Fingerpad. It offers more than three times the power of other fingertip vibrators in less than one third the size. Unlike other fingertip vibrators, it’s functions for internal or external stimulation. It allows the consumer to touch and move as they normally would, now with added sensations.