Jan 142010
 

[Update: I reviewed the Ola!]

There were several new toys unveiled at the Adult Entertainment Expo this year, but Ola is the only one I’ve seen that really looks innovative. It’s made by Minna, a brand new San Francisco company.

Sex toys are getting a lot smarter, and I love it. This one is special because it has a squeezable handle that responds to pressure. By squeezing, you can tell the toy how strongly (or weakly, if that’s your thing) to vibrate. You can also create a vibration pattern of your choosing, which the toy remembers and then plays back in a loop. Yeah, like a freaking drum machine. For your vagina.

Also, I must admit I’m a little excited by how much the Ola resembles my G-spot love, the NobEssence Seduction. Adding vibration to that amazing G-spot pressure certainly wouldn’t hurt!

Ola is rechargeable, made of silicone, waterproof, and priced around $165.


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  • http://mendthiscrack.wordpress.com/ Ashley Avard

    Fuck yes.
    This looks incredible.

  • http://kinky-world.net/ Kayla

    That looks way awesome. The price tag doesn’t, but as long as it works great. :)

  • carnivalesq

    Well look at you posting about swanky shiz.

    GUESS WHAT. I saw your mom advertised at AEE and while she may not respond to human stimuli, she’s 1/5 that price. BARGAIN.

  • Backseat Boohoo

    The sexiest toys are always the most expensive ones. :(

  • Jake Holden

    That looks awesome! Sounds pretty clever too – not just a pretty face!

  • http://pollyvincere.wordpress.com Polly Vincere

    Hey you should review one of these if they ever came out. :)

  • http://twitter.com/hopeandmemory Liz

    I wish this thing would come out already! Talk about innovative. It’s like a damn robot vibrator!

  • Selective Sensualist

    Awesome! I’ve never seen this before. A vibrator that responds to pressure, which — in turn — controls the vibrations? I’d love to see how that tests out in actuality. Love the shape of this! When the heck is it going to be available?