PHILADELPHIA — A banana-shaped vibrator has been added to Emojibator’s lineup of Emoji-inspired toys.
Created by Philadelphia-based Jaime Jandler, the Eggplant Emojibator made its debut in 2016 and gained viral popularity with features in articles by Comopolitan’s Kathryn Lindsay and New York Magazine’s Madison Malone Kircher, as well as appearing in New York Times, Buzzfeed, Mashable and more. The Emojibator line was later expanded with the release of the Chili Pepper Emojibator.
The new Banana Emojibator features 10 vibration settings and is waterproof. It measures 4.60 x 1.22 inches.
“Emojibator promotes healthy sexuality and aims to destigmatize masturbation with high-quality sex toy products,” Joe Vela, CEO and founder of Emojibator, said in a previous report. “First inspired by the Internet generation’s love for the eggplant emoji, Emojibator makes body-safe vibrators that bring more laughter and fun into the bedroom.”
The company has now been in business for more than a year and has participated in the global trade and consumers events, including Sex Expo NY and Venus in Berlin. Emojibator also participated at the world’s first Emojicon conference last year.
For more information, visit Emojibator.com.