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OhMiBod is a company name used as a collective reference to the...

wikipedia - 16 Sep 2016
OhMiBod is a company name used as a collective reference to the whole family of remote controlled and/or musically-powered, today (2017) chiefly Bluetooth driven vibrating sex toys. The device originally translated an electronic music output into vibrations. The volume and beat of the music determines the strength of the vibrations. The latest "blueMotion NEX│1 wearable" or "NEX│2 g-spot" receive favorite and most enjoyable sound profiles (ping, fanfare, coin fall, glass break, terrifying scream) com
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Kiiroo taps OhMiBod to build a better connected vibrator

Engadget - 10 Oct 2017
Now, Kiiroo and OhMiBod have leapt into bed to produce the Fuse, a connected vibrator. The beefy, rabbit-style vibe will do everything that Kiiroo's other products will do, and the hope is that it'll also erase all the bad memories of the Pearl in the ...
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OhMiBod releases a smaller, more versatile wearable vibrator

TechCrunch - 29 Nov 2016
Just in time for holidays, OhMiBod is releasing the latest version of its “wearable massager.” Half a decade after the release of the Club Vibe 2.OH, the sex toy innovator is back with a new version of its discreet vibrator. Version 3.OH is smaller ...
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OhMiBod launches its own smart kegel exerciser

Engadget - 05 Jan 2016
Kegels seem to be everywhere these days, and as soon as a body part gets popular, people start making gadgets for it. Sex-tech pioneers OhMiBod is the latest to follow in the footsteps of kGoal, Skea and Elvie by creating its very own smartphone ...
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OhMiBod spreading good vibrations

CNBC - 18 Jun 2015
Each week on CNBC's "The Pitch" series, an entrepreneur gets an opportunity to blind pitch his or her company to a secret investor. The investor doesn't know anything about the business being pitched, so it's the entrepreneur's one shot to sell it.
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OhMiBod's smart kegel exerciser doubles as a sex toy

Engadget - 09 Jan 2016
Though there were plenty of fitness devices here at CES 2016, OhMiBod's Lovelife Krush beat out all of them to win our Best of CES award in the Digital Health and Fitness category. That's because the smart kegel exerciser offers a unique take on the ...
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How OhMiBod revolutionized the connected sex industry

Wareable - 29 Sep 2016
Christmas 2004 was a pivotal time for Suki and Brian Dunham. That Christmas, Brian gave Suki a new vibrator and iPod setting forth a chain of events that would lead to OhMiBod, one of the best known names in the vibrator and pleasure device industry.
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OhMiBod Releases New Products To Improve Sexual Health

TechCrunch - 05 Jan 2016
Sexual health hardware startup, OhMiBod, unveiled their new product, Lovelife Krush, a smart Kegal exerciser that uses haptic feedback and voice-guided training programs to help women keep their pelvic floor muscles strong. TechCrunch's Sarah Lane met ...
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Global Sex Toys Market to grow at a CAGR of 6.71% during 2017-2021

satPRnews (press release) - 03 Nov 2017
A new research document with title 'Global Sex Toys Market 2017-2021'covering detailed analysis, Competitive landscape, forecast and strategies. The study covers geographic analysis that includes important players/vendors such as Adam & Eve, Aneros, ...
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OhMiBod Unveils blueMotion, the Next Generation of Wearable Tech

Business Wire (press release) - 06 Jan 2014
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OhMiBod celebrates its fourth year at CES with the unveiling of blueMotion, a wearable massager that uses Bluetooth technology. Compatible with Android and iOS smartphones, blueMotion delivers pleasure — with ...
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Soon your Tinder matches could be able to control your vibrator

Metro - 07 Jan 2017
Of course, this sexy tech will only happen if dating apps agree to integrate OhMiBod's wizardry with their apps. Which might not happen, considering Tinder keeps trying to move away from their 'hookup app' reputation and cement themselves as a place to ...

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