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Dongguan Lentoo Culture Article Co., Ltd.

China (Mainland) | Manufacturer, Trading Company | Contact Details
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Established 2012
5 years OEM
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Quick Details

  • Properties: Sex Products
  • Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
  • Brand Name: Lentoo
  • Model Number: MS-AV069
  • Type: Sex Toy
  • Length: 12.1 cm
  • width: 4.3 cm
  • weight: 200 g
  • Color: Pink / red / white or customerized
  • Material: superior ABS
  • Item type: Vibrating nipple stimulator
  • Application: Sex products

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: PE cover the surface,bubble bag cover as the second inside packing, insert into carton. Or customerized
Delivery Detail: 3-7 working days

Specifications

1.Double clams for double tits
2.Superior ABS
3.Adjustable valve
4.8 speeds
5.OEM

Specifications for vibrators

 

Frequency: 8 frequencies
Function: Clitoral / Nipple Stimulator, Massager
Waterproof property:   N/A

Noise index: Low noise vibration, strong stimulator
Use 3 LR44 batteries

 

 

History

 

For centuries, doctors had been treating women for a wide variety of illnesses by performing what is now recognized asmasturbation. The "pelvic massage" was especially common in the treatment of female hysteria In Great Britain during the Victorian Era, as the point of such manipulation was to cause "hysterical paroxysm" (orgasm) in the patient. However, not only did they regard the "vulvar stimulation" required as having nothing to do with sex, but reportedly found it time-consuming and hard work.

 

One of the first vibrators was the called the 'Tremoussoir' invented in France during 1734,  however, Dr. Joseph Mortimer Granville patented the first modern vibrator which was electromechanical. The historical comedy-romance film Hysteria features history of the vibrator focusing on Dr. Granville's invention.

 

Between 1835 and 1920, Gustav Zander also designed a device that was often used to attain an orgasm, although it was primarily designed as an aid against eating disorders. It is still on display in the Museum Boerhaave in Leiden.

 

In 1902, the American company Hamilton Beach patented the first electric vibrator available for consumer retail sale as opposed to medical usage, making the vibrator the fifth domestic appliance to be electrified, after the sewing machine, fan, tea kettle, andtoaster, and about a decade before the vacuum cleaner and electric iron. The home versions soon became extremely popular, with advertisements in periodicals such as NeedlecraftWoman's Home CompanionModern Priscilla, and the Sears, Roebuck catalog. These disappeared in the 1920s, apparently because their appearance in pornography made it no longer tenable for mainstream society to avoid the sexual connotations of the devices.

 

The vibrator re-emerged due to the sexual revolution of the 1960s. On June 30, 1966, Jon H. Tavel applied for a patent for the "Cordless Electric Vibrator for Use on the Human Body", ushering in the modern personal vibrator. The patent application referenced an earlier patent dating back to 1938, for a flashlight with a shape that left little doubt as to a possible alternate use. The cordless vibrator was patented on March 28, 1968, and was soon followed by such improvements as multi-speed and one-piece construction, which made it cheaper to manufacture and easier to clean.

 

Since the 1980s, vibrators and sex toys have become increasingly visible in mainstream public culture, especially after a landmark August 1998 episode of the HBO show Sex and the City, in which the character Charlotte becomes addicted to a rabbit vibrator. Appearing in a regular segment on the popular US television series The Oprah Winfrey Show in March 2009, Dr. Laura Bermanrecommended that mothers teach their 15- or 16-year-old daughters the concept of pleasure by getting them a clitoral vibrator. Today, CVS, Walgreens, Kroger, Safeway, Target and Walmart are among major national US chain retailers that include vibrators on store shelves.

 

Research published in a 2009 issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine demonstrates that about 53% of women and about 46% of men in the United States ages 18 to 60 have used a vibrator.

 


Vibrators and orgasm

 


 

Vibrators may be recommended by sex therapists to women who have difficulty reaching orgasm through masturbation and/or intercourse.

 

Couples may also choose to use a vibrator to enhance the pleasure of one or both partners. There is a device available that functions as a small vibrator specifically meant for couples to use during intercourse.

History

One of the first vibrators was the called the 'Tremoussoir' invented in France during 1734,  however, Dr. Joseph Mortimer Granville patented the first modern vibrator which was electromechanical. The historical comedy-romance film Hysteria features history of the vibrator focusing on Dr. Granville's invention.For centuries, doctors had been treating women for a wide variety of illnesses by performing what is now recognized asmasturbation. The "pelvic massage" was especially common in the treatment of female hysteria In Great Britain during the Victorian Era, as the point of such manipulation was to cause "hysterical paroxysm" (orgasm) in the patient. However, not only did they regard the "vulvar stimulation" required as having nothing to do with sex, but reportedly found it time-consuming and hard work.

Between 1835 and 1920, Gustav Zander also designed a device that was often used to attain an orgasm, although it was primarily designed as an aid against eating disorders. It is still on display in the Museum Boerhaave in Leiden.

In 1902, the American company Hamilton Beach patented the first electric vibrator available for consumer retail sale as opposed to medical usage, making the vibrator the fifth domestic appliance to be electrified, after the sewing machine, fan, tea kettle, andtoaster, and about a decade before the vacuum cleaner and electric iron. The home versions soon became extremely popular, with advertisements in periodicals such as NeedlecraftWoman's Home CompanionModern Priscilla, and the Sears, Roebuck catalog. These disappeared in the 1920s, apparently because their appearance in pornography made it no longer tenable for mainstream society to avoid the sexual connotations of the devices.

The vibrator re-emerged due to the sexual revolution of the 1960s. On June 30, 1966, Jon H. Tavel applied for a patent for the "Cordless Electric Vibrator for Use on the Human Body", ushering in the modern personal vibrator. The patent application referenced an earlier patent dating back to 1938, for a flashlight with a shape that left little doubt as to a possible alternate use. The cordless vibrator was patented on March 28, 1968, and was soon followed by such improvements as multi-speed and one-piece construction, which made it cheaper to manufacture and easier to clean.

Since the 1980s, vibrators and sex toys have become increasingly visible in mainstream public culture, especially after a landmark August 1998 episode of the HBO show Sex and the City, in which the character Charlotte becomes addicted to a rabbit vibrator. Appearing in a regular segment on the popular US television series The Oprah Winfrey Show in March 2009, Dr. Laura Bermanrecommended that mothers teach their 15- or 16-year-old daughters the concept of pleasure by getting them a clitoral vibrator. Today, CVS, Walgreens, Kroger, Safeway, Target and Walmart are among major national US chain retailers that include vibrators on store shelves.

Research published in a 2009 issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine demonstrates that about 53% of women and about 46% of men in the United States ages 18 to 60 have used a vibrator.


Vibrators and orgasm


Couples may also choose to use a vibrator to enhance the pleasure of one or both partners. There is a device available that functions as a small vibrator specifically meant for couples to use during intercourse.Vibrators may be recommended by sex therapists to women who have difficulty reaching orgasm through masturbation and/or intercourse.

 

 

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