Sex toy maker Lora DiCarlo returns to CES with three new vibrators featuring heating technology

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Sex toy maker Lora DiCarlo returns to CES with three new vibrators featuring heating technology

Lora DiCarlo, a mostly-female startup company, has returned to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with three new sex toys that feature warming tec

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Lora DiCarlo, a mostly-female startup company, has returned to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with three new sex toys that feature warming technology to simulate body temperatures and relax muscles.

The lineup includes vibrators called ‘Drift,’ ‘Tilt,’ and ‘Sway’ that all boast an innovated nylon-based thermal conductive polymer, which is said to be 15 to 20 times more efficient at providing internal heating than those currently on the market.

Lora DiCarlo received an ‘Innovation Award’ in 2019, but was then disqualified because CES organizers deemed the firm’s Ose massager as ‘immoral, obscene, indecent and profane.’

But the move has not deterred Lora DiCarlo from returning to the tech conference and this time it came with twice as many sex toys.

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The lineup includes vibrators called ¿Drift,¿ ¿Tilt,¿ and ¿Sway¿ that all boast an innovated nylon-based thermal conductive polymer, which is said to be 15 to 20 times more efficient at providing internal heating than those currently on the market

The lineup includes vibrators called ‘Drift,’ ‘Tilt,’ and ‘Sway’ that all boast an innovated nylon-based thermal conductive polymer, which is said to be 15 to 20 times more efficient at providing internal heating than those currently on the market

Hundreds of thousands of people from across the globe make the trek to Las Vegas, Nevada around this time to feast their eyes on the latest and greatest technologies.

This year is very different, as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was forced to host the popular event entirely online due to the lingering pandemic.

But the new venue has not stopped companies from showing off their new innovations or making another appearance in the virtual showroom.

Lora Haddock DiCarlo, the company’s founder and CEO, said in a statement: ‘2020 was a year of incredible learning and growth for us, along with the world at large.’

The Drift, a $95 warming bullet vibrator, boasts an ergonomic design that pinpoints certain areas, like the clitoris, with ¿powerful, intense, rumbly vibrations for deep internal and external pleasure'

The Drift, a $95 warming bullet vibrator, boasts an ergonomic design that pinpoints certain areas, like the clitoris, with ‘powerful, intense, rumbly vibrations for deep internal and external pleasure’

‘We rely heavily on data and are so pleased with customer response to our current product line, including the newly evolved Osé 2 to meet the needs of multiple body types.’

‘Our new heat line offers even more innovative options that stay true to our mission of creating sex positivity and encouraging sexual wellness and exploration across genders.’

The Drift, a $95  warming bullet vibrator, boasts an ergonomic design that pinpoints certain areas, like the clitoris, with ‘powerful, intense, rumbly vibrations for deep internal and external pleasure,’ reads Lora DiCarlo’s website.

And it features seven intensity settings and three vibration patterns.

The second, Tilt, is a dual vibration warming plug for $140 that is made for all genders and anatomies.

‘Its two independently-controlled motors deliver powerful, intense, rumbly vibrations internally and externally, simultaneously stimulating the G-spot and clitoris, or the P-spot and perineum,’ according to the firm.

The second, Tilt, is a dual vibration warming plug for $140 that is made for all genders and anatomies

The second, Tilt, is a dual vibration warming plug for $140 that is made for all genders and anatomies

And last, but not least, the firm showed off its new Sway for $150. This dual vibration warming massager is anatomically contoured with dual motors

And last, but not least, the firm showed off its new Sway for $150. This dual vibration warming massager is anatomically contoured with dual motors

Tilt’s WarmSense is designed to ‘quickly’ reach 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40C) and also has seven intensity settings and three vibration patterns.

And last, but not least, the firm showed off its new Sway for $150.

This dual vibration warming massager is anatomically contoured with dual motors that provides vibrations to the G-spot, clitoris and perineum – it too features the different intensity and vibrations patterns.

Lora DiCarlo received an ¿Innovation Award¿ in 2019, but was then disqualified because CES organizers deemed the firm¿s Ose massager (pictured) as ¿immoral, obscene, indecent and profane.' Sex tech was banned from CES, following the 2019 event, but was allowed to return last year on a trial basis - and it seems they are now here to stay

Lora DiCarlo received an ‘Innovation Award’ in 2019, but was then disqualified because CES organizers deemed the firm’s Ose massager (pictured) as ‘immoral, obscene, indecent and profane.’ Sex tech was banned from CES, following the 2019 event, but was allowed to return last year on a trial basis – and it seems they are now here to stay

All three of the sex toys are available on Lora DiCarlo’s website.

Although sex tech is just starting to make waves at CES, it has had a successful year amid the pandemic that has kept many people in their houses alone.

A Juniper Research study found there was an 87 percent increase in sales of sex toys in 2020 and Lora DiCarlo says it sold $7.5 million worth of sex toys in the year since Osé launched in 2019.

Sex tech was banned from CES, following the 2019 event, but was allowed to return last year on a trial basis – and it seems they are now here to stay. 

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