THE CES tech conference may be over for another year but it’s left us with an insight into the future of the sex toy industry.
Plenty of sex tech was on display at CES 2022, despite briefly being banned from the conference in 2019.
Here’s a roundup of some of the stranger sex tech that was on display this year – including penis patches and a micro robot mouth.
Micro ‘human mouth’ robot
A micro-robot that is said to stimulate and ‘kiss’ your genitals like a human mouth won an award at CES 2022.
The Baci-baci device from Lora DiCarlo was designed in partnership with experts at at Oregon State University’s College of Engineering.
Lora DiCarlo said: “Baci-baci (meaning’kiss’ in Italian) introduces an entirely new category of consumer technology for women’s health: An intelligent robot that replicates the feel and motion of the human lips and tongue.
“Small but mighty, it delivers direct, varied clitoral stimulation to end the frustration of failed orgasm.”
The micro-robot retails at $160.
Also on display at this year’s CES conference were patches and pads that aim to help men last longer during sex.
The vPatch was created by Virility Medical and can stimulate the muscles and nerves between the genitals and anus.
This is said to allow the wearer to delay ejaculation.
It will be available to purchase later this year.
A similar patch called “Mor” by Morari Medical was also unveiled at the tech show.
The Mor patch also sits between the scrotum and anus during sex and halts early arrivals with a brief electric shock.
Coordinated through an app, the zap suppresses the urge to climax.
Pricing has not yet been revealed.
The devices are not said to cause any pain.
Air blowing wand
Sex tech brand Satisfyer had a number of vibrators on display this year.
Its air pulse vibrator Pro 2 pairs with a smartphone app and stimulates by blowing air.
The smartphone app allows people to “personalize” their experience.
The Pro 2 is one of Satisfyer’s most popular offerings and retails at $59.95.
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