XR Brands will bring its groundbreaking Ergo-Fit sex tech to Las Vegas for the 2020 Consumer Electronic Show (CES) Jan. 7-10 and make history as the first sex toy manufacturers to showcase a strapless strap-on at a mainstream event. Visitors are encouraged to visit XR Brands at booth #45328 in the Sands Expo Center.
Sex tech companies are rarely accepted to CES and have, in previous years, been at the center of controversy at the annual trade show as they work to shift cultural attitudes toward sex toy development. XR Brands is joining the effort by introducing its Ergo-Fit inflatable strapless strap-on technology and leave a lasting impression on CES attendees.
“It’s an honor to be welcomed to CES and participate in this important movement; the organization believed that our technology was truly innovative and worthy of an invitation,” XR Brands President Rebecca Weinberg said. “We introduced our Ergo-Fit tech in our Evoke 10x remote-control inflatable strapless strap-on during the summer trade show circuit and customers raved about its functionality. It sold out in less than 30 days and we’re excited to be fully restocked by Thanksgiving. The inflatable functionality solved the most common problem with strapless strap-ons and there’s nothing like this on the market, and we’re excited to showcase it at CES after the New Year.”
The Evoke 10x Remote-controlled Strapless Strap-on features intense vibration and an inflatable vaginal bulb to create the perfect fit. The unique shape allows one partner to insert the smaller end and gradually inflate it until it feels secure and comfortable inside – reducing the need for constant vaginal contractions, one of the most common complaints from strapless strap-on users. The textured pad provides clitoral stimulation for the wearer, while the insertable end is shaped to target the G-spot or prostate.
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