We-Vibe 4 Plus Sex Toy Is An App-Compatible Vibrator

sex toys australia we vibe vibratorsWhether the global markets are up or down, the sex toy industry continues to boom, with the Sydney Morning Herald recently reporting it as a multi-billion-dollar industry.

It’s certainly the case that when the household budget seems a little tight, my other half is more inclined to arrive home of an evening with a new sex toy rather than an announcement that we’re off to Aria, Cafe Sydney, or New York for a week.

If it’s rainy I might be inclined to acquiesce to his wishes for a comparatively inexpensive ‘night in’. But therein lies the rub, dear readers, because so often this night in is referring to my testosterone-driven other half’s desire to implant a brand spanking new phallic object, silicone-dubiously-sourced, a little too deep and wide into my nether regions.

I usually placate him by choosing instead for the object to focus on my ever-ready clitoris, ensuring the bypassing of penetration is satisfying to his ears by not so much faking an orgasm as ensuring an extra dial of volume when his dildo sidles up to my clitoral region and buzzes me up the mountain.

It was much to his approval recently when I surprised him with an object of my own, sourced not from our local Newtown sex shop but rather from the We-Vibe company itself, looking to editorially profile their new We-Vibe 4 Plus in Australia. Brought to us by Jou Jou Group – creators of the world’s number one selling pleasure product for couples – I was naturally-enough expecting that brown paper bag to contain a device which is more body-contouring than resembling a Popeye-forearm-dimensioned silicone phallus. And I wasn’t disappointed.

Apportioning no judgement upon the sex lives of ourselves or others, it’s reasonable to say that after a couple of years of wedded bliss, for some sooner for some later, the missionary position goes out of marital vogue. There are plenty of better positions which afford a more animalistic thrill, objectifying each other doggie-style or finding erotic curves to hold onto in the cowgirl, or affording the male a “porn star experience”, ogling while relaxing, hands behind head, with the reverse cowgirl. However the We-Vibe may just rekindle a fondness for the missionary position as this is what it requires – it makes this archaically Catholic position somewhat hot again – eye contact during sex, intimate kissing, mutual pubic bone bruising – them early retro fads are back in style, baby.

What else about the We-Vibe merits mentioning? Its velvety texture is thanks to a medical-grade silicone which is free of those nasty phthalates – hard enough to say, even harder on the body. But best of all, not is it ergonomically designed to maximise clitoral pleasure, the same can be said for the way it almost (very subtly/gently) clips onto the female erogenous zones and thereby equally maximises G-spot stimulation.

But just as those who waited for the iPhone 6 have a perverse late-adopter superior view of iPhone 4 and 5 users, so this latest We-Vibe 4 Plus has unique features which might make some prior We-Vibe owners a little green.

We-Vibe is now an app-compatible vibrator that allows couples to keep their flame ignited – together or apart.

The free app, We-Connect, cranks things up a notch by providing couples the opportunity to control their partners’ vibration across the room or from anywhere in the world.

We-Connect features advanced smartphone control of the couples vibrator, including independent motor control, five bonus modes and the ability to create unlimited customised vibration playlists. It’s available on Google Play and in the App Store.

“We-Vibe was created to connect couples and build intimacy,” says Tristan Weedmark, Global Passion Ambassador (now there’s a job for life) at We-Vibe, “and the new We-Vibe 4 Plus adds another layer of connection and frisky fun because couples are able to customise their experience and take their sex lives to the next level. The We-Connect app brings couples closer together, even if they’re continents apart.”

As always for any sex toy use, we prefer the eco-sensual lubricant Sylk which is based on the ultra-slippery extract of kiwifruit vine grown in clean, green New Zealand and is 99% natural ingredients – an excellent alternative to the more chemical lubricants on the market today.

Move over sexting, make way phone sex – maintaining the spark just got a whole lot more expansive. Suffice to say the We-Vibe has taken up its position at the front of our naughty drawer – and I’m looking forward to hubby taking that forthcoming business trip to Singapore so he can buzz me down under.