OhMiBod and Kiiroo have partnered on the launch of the Bluetooth-enabled Lumen LED pleasure plug controllable through OhMiBod's remote app and Kiiroo's mobile app.
"Every aspect of Lumen’s design is geared toward maximizing pleasure," a rep enthused. "The new plug features OhMiBod’s Velvet Wave cushion comfort technology, as well as external ridges for the perfect amount of friction. It also provides visual feedback with a diamond-like LED light that syncs with the plug’s vibrations and turns the bedroom into a stage."
The Lumen is the the fourth in a line of products that includes the OhMiBod Fuse, Esca and Esca 2.
"OhMiBod’s partnership with Kiiroo began from a desire to shape the future of intimacy with toys that connect people from anywhere in the world,” OhMiBod founder Suki Dunham said. “The Lumen is the next step in that evolution. Its visual feedback helps unlock new levels of intimacy for couples and interactivity for anyone separated by distance."
Through the use of the OhMiBod Remote App, explained the rep, users can activate OhMiBod’s Club Vibe functionality and “feel the music” while listening to their favorite songs. The app also features real-time video calling, in-app chat and photo sharing, orgasm tracking and notifications, and independent volume and vibrator intensity controls. The Apple Watch version of OhMiBod Remote App features their patented Pulse mode where vibrations are driven by the wearer’s heartbeat.
Further, noted the rep, when connected to Kiiroo's Mobile App, Lumen can pair and connect with other Kiiroo toys for "shared, simultaneous passion — at any distance." The app also connects to webcams and virtual reality content and can sync with encoded videos.
The OhMiBod Lumen, powered by Kiiroo, is waterproof and USB-rechargeable and includes four manual mode vibration patterns for use without an app.
“Lumen delivers app-controlled couples play, visual feedback and sound-driven vibrations — all in one toy. There’s nothing like it on the market today, and only a collaboration between OhMiBod and Kiiroo could have made it possible,” Kiiroo CEO Toon Timmermans said.