Freedom day is just around the corner for us in the UK, with Monday the day we're set to be less restricted.
And an exciting new launch is giving customers even more reason to feel liberated indoors – most specifically in the bedroom too.
It's a brave new world out there for men. Whilst the sex industry has always been focused on male pleasure, when it comes to sex toys, women are the ones who have enjoyed their pick of sex toys.
Sexual wellness brand LELO is out to break the taboo around the use of sex toys and self-love for men, which is where the innovative LELO F1S V2 steps in.
LELO F1S™ V2 is the next generation of the ultimate pleasure toy retailing for £195.
The penis sleeve has been created for thrill-seekers who want to explore optimal satisfaction.
It has double the strength, four uniquely designed program variations, a softer, more flexible sleeve for a wide range of shapes and sizes, and ten highly sensitive sensors allowing for performance feedback through the LELO app.
Yes you heard correctly, an app that allows you to build the most pleasurable set of programs for your ultimate climaxes.
The F1S V2 is designed for deep and thorough stimulation leading to an unforgettable experience for those who dare to try it. This award-winning pleasure console is the leader in a booming male-oriented market as more and more men discover the benefits of device-based orgasm.
The device is fully waterproof and USB rechargeable, it is equipped with SenSonic technology to help you explore your pleasure.
Instead of utilising standard vibrations, one of the motors emits powerful sonic waves that penetrate deep into the penis, instead of just tingling at the nerve endings of the penis at the skin surface.
Kate Moyle LELO UK’s sex and relationship expert comments: “Sex toys for solo pleasure are a great way of mixing up routine, getting to know your body sexually and sensually, and experiencing and offering yourself pleasure; this is something that is important whatever gender or sexual identity you are.”
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