Introducing Kiiroo’s New Interactive Sex Toy: The Fleshlight Launch
Latest sex tech device offers a multitude of immersive pleasures.
The Dutch company—famous for its Onyx and Pearl devices—first unveiled the new product during last month’s AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas.
The idea behind the Fleshlight Launch is simple enough. Once in possession of the device, link it up with your Fleshlight sex sleeve and it gives users the chance to make their favorite sex toy interactive.
“Interactive HOW?!” you’ll be asking impatiently, and we don’t blame you really. It is quite exciting, isn’t it?
Kiiroo’s new sublime piece of sex tech grants the user a huge range of options to get some motion in their ocean. Hook it up to interactive adult movies, virtual reality, webcam performers, and any other Kiiroo toy available on the market. Any and all compatible video and audio content on Kiiroo’s website will also be available to you lucky buyers.
How it works
Kiiroo intends for the Launch to act as an automatic stroker for the mounted Fleshlight.
The Launch can connect to a desktop or mobile device via Bluetooth and can also be remotely connected to other interactive toys.
At the peak of its power, the Launch can perform up to 180 strokes per minute and can be synchronized to adult interactive content, your partner’s input, or pre-designed pleasure patterns.
In short, the Fleshlight Launch looks to be the glue that binds the Kiiroo sex tech universe together.
Pre-orders on the Fleshlight Launch—initially priced at $199 online—had to be closed after all pre-order slots were filled in under 48 hours. But now sale of the new product is officially open to the public.
For Kiiroo and Fleshlight—staunch, mutually beneficial partners since 2014—the Launch represents the very best of sex tech and masturbatory aids. Whether you wish to indulge solo, with a partner, or via some intense, immersive, and interactive content then Kiiroo has you covered; literally and figuratively.
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