Last month at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, TechZulu paused mid-aisle at the convention center with other onlookers mesmerized by LELO.
LELO stands for Luxury Erotic Lifestyle Objects, and with a name like that one would assume they set up shop at the wrong show (the Adult Entertainment Convention happens concurrent to CES). But that assumption would be false. You see, LELO was the only company of its kind granted precious booth space at CES.
Why, you ask? Because LELO is a design company first and foremost. Founded by Swedish engineers, LELO bills itself as the “leading designer brand for intimate lifestyle products.” They even chose CES over AdultCon to underscore this point.
So what makes LELO products so special? Here are just a few highlights:
- Made from food grade silicone as opposed to other intimate products which use toxic materials that leach into the body
- Fully rechargeable (no batteries required)
- Every product has a unique name like Odin, Tiani (best seller), and Siri (nope, not kidding!)
- Each massager comes with a warranty, and a guarantee
Most notable among LELO’s display was the SenseMotion(TM) wireless remote, which uses Bluetooth technology and an accelerometer to sync vibrations with a massager. No wonder LELO bills it as the “Wii for the bedroom.” It even works at a distance of up to 40 feet!
LELO products retail between 90 and 200 dollars and can be purchased on Amazon, in Brookstone locations and directly from www.lelo.com.
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