Lovense

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Lovense
Private
IndustrySex industry
Founded2009; 11 years ago (2009)
FounderDan Liu
HeadquartersHong Kong
Area served
Worldwide
Websitewww.lovense.com

Lovense is a Hong Kong-based teledildonics sex toy manufacturer known for its VR [1] and smart sex toys, which can be controlled via Bluetooth using the Lovense mobile app.[2]

History[edit]

The company was founded in 2009 when its founder was in a long-distance relationship,[3] [4] which sparked his interest in teledildonics. In 2013, the first app-based sex toys, Max and Nora[5] were launched.[6][7] In 2015, Lush, the most popular wearable sex toy, was launched with help of $100,000 raised on the IndieGogo. Since then, Lovense has brought out a range of toys from the first-ever Bluetooth butt plug to be controlled at a long-distance[8] to the worlds first oscillating G-spot massager.[9]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "How to (Almost) Have Real Sex Without Touching Another Human Being".via Men’s Health
  2. ^ "The Innovative History of Sex Tech".via Lovense
  3. ^ "Can Lovense Save Relationships With These Long Distance Sex Toys?".via Tech.co
  4. ^ "Long Distance Relationship Gifts". via Cosmopolitan
  5. ^ "The Best Remote Control Vibrators for Solo or Partnered Adventures". via Shape
  6. ^ "Wearable Gadgets That Will Turn You into a Robot". via Digital Spy
  7. ^ "2017 Sex Toy Awars". via Glamour
  8. ^ "The 7 Best Anal Toys for Couples According to Experts".via Bustle
  9. ^ "7 Best G Spot Vibrators for Intense Pleasure".via Heavy