OhMiBod Showing Off Fuse, Esca Powered by Kiiroo at CES

OhMiBod Showing Off Fuse, Esca Powered by Kiiroo at CES

LAS VEGAS — OhMiBod’s recently released Fuse and Esca massagers — both powered by Kiiroo technology — will join other sexual health and lifestyle innovations rolled out by the pleasure products maker at this week’s CES in Las Vegas.

"Through our partnership with Kiiroo, we have created two of the world's most sophisticated massagers," said Suki Dunham, OhMiBod's founder. "The technology underlying the Fuse and Esca massagers is the future of intimacy, unlocking new levels of interactivity — no matter where you are in the world."

OhMiBod's Fuse is a dual-stimulating, touch-sensitive vibrator with first-of-its kind, bi-directional controls of the Fleshlight Launch powered by Kiiroo. The Fuse can connect to webcams and virtual reality content. It can also sync with encoded videos.

The Esca by OhMiBod is a lightweight, wearable massager with a G-spot-centric design. For both solo play and couples, Esca links to the Wi-Fi-enabled OhMiBod Remote App.

Users can also enjoy customized and pre-set vibration patterns, touch controls, chat and orgasm logging on Android and iOS devices, OhMiBod said.

OhMiBod Fuse and Esca are both Bluetooth-enabled and provide partners with visual feedback via LED. They also connect to all Kiiroo products. 

The products are both available for purchase on OhMiBod’s web store, LoveLifeToys.com and Kiiroo.com and retail for $149 and $119 respectively.

"There's no better way to kick off the year than at CES," Dunham said. "Each year, we bring groundbreaking technology to the world, while also increasing acceptance of products focused on improving sexual health and wellness."

To show off that point, OhMiBod was a winner at last year’s 2017 XBIZ Awards, winning Sexual Health and Wellness Product of the Year for its Krush model.

OhMiBod will offer its array of products at booth No. 31937 in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s South Hall.

It is the company’s eighth year showing products at CES.