Connected Vibrators Unsurprisingly Used a Lot More on Valentine’s Day
Which days get the most buzz in long-distance love, and which fall flat?
If you close your eyes and listen carefully this Valentine’s Day, you might hear the soft hum of love. According to data from We-Vibe, its connected sex toy and app will likely see a spike in usage this Sunday.
Based on We-Vibe’s latest stats, We-Connect — the app that lets you remotely control your partner’s vibration patterns — more than doubles its average usage on February 14.
It is unsurprising that a day dedicated to spending time with the one you love sees a jump in connected vibrator usage. For partners in long-distance relationships or geographically inaccessible (or just looking to electrify things) on Sunday, you can still deliver you lover a sweet, sweet O so long as you have access to your phone and a WiFi connection. Sexts and phone sex are awesome, sure, but if given the option between those or your partner controlling your vibrator from across an ocean, well, hands-free trumps a seductive text bubble.