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Say hello to the Hot Octopuss Pulse…

While you’ll be hard pressed finding a woman who wouldn’t (eventually) admit to owning a vibrator at some point in her life, men are decidedly more cagey when it comes to mastabatory aids. After all, if you’re man enough, what’s wrong with your hand and a box of Kleenex?

But getting an erection and ejaculating isn’t as easy as that for the hundreds of thousands of men around the world living with disabilities that make getting it up a hard endeavour (no pun intended). Additionally, factors like medication, mental illness and diabetes can all be a recipe for flacidity.

Now British sex toy company, Hot Octopuss have released what they’re hailing as the next generation in male sex toys, the Hot Octopuss Pulse, an oscillating device designed to aid male masturbation.

What’s really revolutionary about this device in comparison to male sex toys that have come and gone, barely leaving a blip on our radars (who even remembers the Pocket Pussy anymore?) is that it can work on a completely flacid penis, not only helping its user to get off, but to get going, too.

Inspired by devices designed to aid male spinal injury patients in having children, the Hot Octopuss Pulse was first created to help combat sexual dysfunction in patients with physical and neurological disabilities, without the need for health practitioner intervention, and its design is just sexy enough to see it become the first male vibrator to go mainstream.

The Octopuss Pulse uses a patented technique hailed as Penile Vibratory Stimulation, harnessing a piston style mechanism to prompt its PulsePlate to move up and down, and is the first time this technology has been used in a sex toy.

Available in two versions – the solo and duo (one for masturbation, the other for couples play), while it’s not technically the only of its kind, its makers are branding it the “first male vibrator” thanks to its status as the first fully oscillating male mastabatory device on the market. But we’re not really interested in the semantics here.

Let’s take a moment to appreciate all the SATC-esque conversations that could be occurring among men all over the city about their vibrators…

And if you’re still not convinced this thing is genius, watch this.

Comment: Do you think the male vibrator will take off?

 

Images via youtube.com and hotoctopuss.com.