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New Sex Toy That Uses Electric Toothbrush Technology

Jan 17, 2012
Sonic technology has been already used in some health gadgets, such as Clarisonic skin system and Philips Sonicare toothbrush and now the patented technology is behind an innovative sex toy.

The Orb by Revel Body is the first sex toy device that uses this technology to develop high-performance vibration motor. The new motor provides broader range of vibration and power, as well as 66 percent less noise than traditional vibrators. This makes the new sex toy not only less noisy, but allows using less power. As e result the user has better control and satisfaction.

Robin Elenga, the founder of the company came up with the idea to use the same motor that was previously used in electric toothbrush after she found out that many customers bought the Sonicare toothbrush for other purposes than brushing their teeth.

The company hopes to release the Orb later this year. Currently they are working on design of the product and marketing.
via [Geekwire.com]

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Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program () I want to stesrs that this brush works superbly. My 3 stars are for the value/bang for your buck aspect of this product.I have used three other electric brushes besides this one. One was a very early model Sonicare, the other two were Braun Oral-B models. ALL of them worked great. The three other brushes I've used have all had excellent durability. And I never had a single cavity with any of them.There are really just two major differences between these two brands. Brauns tend to have smaller heads and they have a kind of rotating pulsing motion. Sonicare models have more of a vibration motion and, in my experience, tend to tickle a bit more. Your mileage may vary. In my experience, Braun brush heads also tend to be a little cheaper.All the electric toothbrush makers make claims about being the best. However, as one major dental site commented, There are currently no studies that we are aware of that compare objectively electric toothbrushes. The choice is really a personal one. If you look at multiple objective dental sources you'll find the same kind of advice choose according to your own preference, not the PR spin of the companies making the brushes.This specific model has 3 cleaning modes, 2 routine modes, 2 minute timer, a quad pacer (30 seconds per quarter of your mouth), and a few other lesser features. The thing is, all of these exist on many other brushes, many of them about (or more) cheaper than this one. If you're looking for just a good electric brush then I can't recommend this model. For about less you can get, for example, the Braun 8850 . . . or the Sonicare e5500, to name just two. They both have most of the exact same features as this model.For the exact same money you can get the Oral-B Triumph 9900 with Smart Guide. That model tells you, graphically, when you're brushing too hard (which causes major permanent gum damage) and when you need to replace the brush head. Those are the kind of extras I'd be willing to pay for. All the extra modes and timers I find to be a bit useless.Pros: This Sonicare model works and works wellCons: It's over priced for the features. There are better choices on the market.

Oct 26, 2015 12:20 PM » posted by: Nur
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