The Screaming O Now Shipping OBob

The Screaming O Now Shipping OBob
Ariana Rodriguez

LOS ANGELES — The Screaming O is now shipping OBob, a handheld vibe featuring a smooth rounded silicone head and adjustable neck connected to a uniquely shaped “body.”

The company says OBob was fashioned after traditional wand-style hand massagers with a bulbous head that delivers powerful vibration with a wider surface area and a non-porous ABS plastic base makes the entire massager look like a portable and pocket-sized person. OBob features a new motor that offers a unique low pitch for a deeper rumbling sensation.

“We’ve put recent R&D focus on vibration frequency and what pitches might be optimal for intimate pleasure, and we chose to equip OBob with a low-pitch motor to offer a more penetrating vibration,” The Screaming O Account Executive Conde Aumann said. “As part of our dedication to consumer trust, we’re incorporating evidence, research and past experience in our development process in order to create effective products that serve a purpose, and OBob is one of several new releases this year developed with that ethos.”

OBob’s body-safe silicone head bends and flexes to accommodate users’ unique needs and massages at three speeds with a bonus pulsation function. When not in use, OBob literally stands tall on his own two feet and is small enough for travel and discreet storage.

“We made OBob to be sturdy, dependable and ready to satisfy our fans’ every need — what more could someone want in a Battery Operated Buddy?” Aumann said. “And in anticipation of shipping, our graphics department has been creating colorful and interactive displays for retailers looking for unique merchandising to support OBob’s official arrival. We can make almost any supportive materials our customers might need — simply send in your request with 30 days’ notice and we’ll make the magic happen!”

OBob is made of ABS plastic and body-safe silicone that have been independently lab-tested to assure quality and a body-safe experience. OBob is water resistant and powered by replaceable AA batteries.

For more information, email Aumann at