Sync O: Unleashing Ultimate Pleasure with its C-Shape, Powerful Motor and Luxurious Materials
Sync O also features a unique C-shape that is engineered to hook under the pelvic bone with a slight arch. Like the other products in the Sync family, an adjustable hinge is used to ensure a secure fit. Sync O also boasts a powerful motor that delivers intense vibrations. The energy from the vibrations is skillfully transferred to the bulb vestibule, stimulating a part of the human anatomy that is often overlooked.
We-Vibe understands the importance of using high-quality materials, and Sync O is no exception. Body- safe silicone, produced without phthalates, BPA, or latex is used, resulting in a significantly softer and more luxurious feel. Finally, Sync O comes equipped with remote control and can be app-enabled, allowing couples to enjoy pleasurable experiences whether they are in the same room or miles apart, transcending physical distance and enhancing intimacy.
Sync O represents a significant milestone in We-Vibe’s journey of innovation and sets the stage for future developments. Notably, the design of Sync O was originally intended to accommodate an additional motor, underscoring We-Vibe’s commitment to continuous improvement, and delivering exceptional pleasure products.
Elisabeth Neumann, We-Vibe Sexologist and User Research Manager, explains, “The Sync O is the first toy in the C-shape range to feature an insertable ring. The space in the middle of the insertable part significantly enhances intimacy. With both partners able to feel each other’s skin, the sensation is closer to PIV-sex than ever before. Moreover, the new shape remains in place, even during more vigorous movements. This discreet presence allows Sync O to boost shared pleasure without being distracting or drawing too much attention. Consequently, you can fully focus on what truly matters in the moment: the connection with your partner. We are very excited to witness the future development of this novelty and the endless possibilities of playfulness that will emerge for future C-shapes.”