Introducing the SaSi...
This ingenious piece of tech is due in stores very soon. How does it differ from every other sex toy out there? Well for starters it retails for £225, but don't let that put you off, Lets see what you get for £225:
From the manufacturer website Je Joue:
SaSi is the ultimate, customisable vibrator. Using the latest Sensual Intelligence technology, SaSi is uniquely intuitive. It learns and remembers exactly what you like, giving you the perfect, intense sensual massage every time.
- Fantastic for partner foreplay or solo massage
- Splashproof, non-porous and bacteria resilient
- Removable covers made from phthalate and latex-free medical grade silicone, using the newly patented SMITEN membrane technology
- Fully customisable with fascias available in different colours.
- Beautifully packaged ideal as a gift
SaSi has two modes. In Natural Mode SaSi does what it is told. It comes pre-programmed with 5 movements, which are easily selected by navigating left or right.
In Learn Mode SaSi gradually morphs from one movement to another, trying new sensations. If you dislike a particular movement simply skip to the next one. SaSi will remember this and is less likely to use it again. If SaSi creates a sensation you really like, press the “don’t stop” button. SaSi will remember and use it again next time.
Just like a good partner, SaSi gives a different experience every time whilst still incorporating the movements you like best.So apart from being very stylish, catering to the designer crowd (Ha! How long till we see a blinged-out diamond encrusted one) Its supposedly intuitive. From what I have seen It appears to come with a PC program which connects via USB and allows you to select different "playlists" for the session ahead of you, the more technologically savvy have apparently been swapping routines over forums. But even for the less technologically savvy the SaSi comes with preprogrammed routines and you can pick and choose (on the fly) which settings you prefer:
It's the first intimate device I've seen that remembers your preferences -- and then deliberately steps outside those boundaries from time to time, to see what else you might like. - Regina Lynn, Wired
The thing that gets me with this device is the designer style (and price) for it, a lot of heart and thought has gone into this product, but will it really go down that well with the ladies?
As soon as we at Thatguys get a hold of one of these we'll get the thatgirlers on the case ASAP.
Luv and soft kneading sensations