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A Vibrator to Accompany Your Favorite Erotica

A Vibrator to Accompany Your Favorite Erotica
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Little Bird is a vibrator that will sync up to a story in "vibrating" reading mode so you can reach climax along with the plotline

Laura Yan
  • 13 november 2015

Love reading smutty stories, and want to take your literary experience to new heights? Little Bird is a smart vibrator from B.Sensory that links up with erotica on a matching smartphone app so that you can “feel” what you read.

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The toy is a sleek silicone g-spot vibrator with 10 vibration settings. What sets it apart is its interaction with the B.Sensory reading app: erotic stories come in regular and “vibrating” reading modes. Interact with the story with a shake, a caress, or by blowing on the screen. You can alter the vibrations or replay a sequence at will.

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According to Christel Le Coq, founder and CEO of B.Sensory:

“Being a great fan of erotic literature, I had the desire to combine the power of words to the potential of connected devices by creating a new way of reading and having fun alone or in couple.”

The toy also has a “remote control” function without the need for a short story, and offers possibilities for both solo and couple play. Little Bird has powerful vibrations, but is discreet in sound, which means it can even be played with in public.

The reading app currently features titles from French erotica authors and publishers, though the company is looking to expand their content selection. The vibrators are available for pre-order at $99, and comes in brightly colored raspberry, blue or green.

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Toys like Little Bird may make projects like Hysterical Literature a little easier…it’s also the first to be linked up with reading instead of listening. (The Vibease Vibrator is a similar concept that links up with audio stories instead, and lots of other smart sex toys sync up with music.)

Reading is already sexy, and we’re glad there’s a little something to make it that much sexier.

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