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OhMiBod Marks Third Year of Raising Sexual Health Awareness at CES

OhMiBod, a leading innovator in technology-driven sexual health products, is no stranger to CES. Each year since its 2011 debut, the creator of the first music-driven vibrator has used the show to introduce its most revolutionary products. OhMiBod will celebrate its third year at CES by unveiling the Club Vibe 3.OH—the world's first Bluetooth-controlled wearable vibrator.

Small, discreet, and powerful, the 3.OH’s smartphone control capability puts it in a class all its own. Through Bluetooth connectivity, the vibrator allows users and their partners to experience different sensations inspired by genres of music such as rock, funk, and EDM.

"The Club Vibe 3.OH is the most sophisticated remote control toy on the market," said Suki Dunham, founder of OhMiBod. "It provides couples with complete discretion, while bringing new dimensions of passion, intimacy, and excitement to their relationships."

OhMiBod also developed a cross-platform mobile web app called OhMiBod Remote that makes controlling the vibrator both fun and simple. The app is home to a constantly expanding catalog of genre-inspired sensations that users can send directly to their vibrators via Bluetooth. The app is compatible with OhMiBod's wired and wireless massagers.

"By pairing their vibrators to a mobile device, users can enjoy an eclectic mix of patterns based on a wide variety of musical styles," added Dunham. "However, Club Vibe 3.OH and OhMiBod Remote are about more than feeling the music. Their development supports one of OhMiBod's primary missions—using sex-positive products to help both singles and couples alike to explore, discover, and grow their passions."

The 3.OH is the third product in OhMiBod's award-winning Club Vibe line of patent protected wireless, remote control vibrators and will be available in early summer 2013. For more information, visit OhMiBod in booth #3522 (iLounge Pavilion) at CES from January 8-11.

About OhMiBod

OhMiBod is the creator of the original iPod® vibrator, a music-driven pleasure product that allows users to feel the music by connecting to the iPod®, iPhone®, or any other music player or Smartphone. OhMiBod's innovative range of technology enabled pleasure products continue to deliver unparalleled satisfaction to singles and couples alike. For more information, visit www.OhMiBod.com.

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