• iBuzz, the iPod sex toy, comes to the USA!

    And now some good news for our American friends:

    iBuzz, the iPod sex toy that has already caused a buzz in The New York Times, Harper's Index and Wired.com, will be launched in the US on 24 February - the birthday of Apple boss Steve Jobs.

    Already a best-seller in Europe iBuzz, from makers Love Labs, is the music-activated orgasm machine that can be connected to any iPod, MP3 player or music source. And when it drops into Steve's mailbox on Friday, never will anyone have been so excited to hear the song "Happy Birthday to you!".

    How does it work? iBuzz has a bullet that vibrates in time to the music and when the volume is turned up, the vibrations get stronger. It is supplied with his-and-hers ring and stimulator, white iPod-style wires to connect to a music source, and a headphone splitter so users can listen to their music while enjoying the vibrations. If you don't have an MP3 player handy, the iBuzz can be used as a stand-alone vibrator thanks to its seven vibration patterns.

    Clip the iBuzz onto your belt and slip the bullet into your pocket (or elsewhere) for proof of how a good bassline can produce euphoria in even the most out-of-touch music heads. Monday morning's journey into work never seemed so appealing…

    No MP3 player? No worries - the iBuzz still works on its own without music. Just turn on and enjoy the seven amazing vibration patterns. Better still, it is discreet, stylish and easy to use anywhere. The iBuzz - which songs will push your buttons?

    iBuzz will ship across the US from 24 February, the birthday of Apple boss Steve Jobs.

    Pre-order now at ibuzzusa.com. iBuzz costs $59.99 plus $7.50 shipping.

    And of course, if you live in dear old Blighty or in tres continental Europe, you can buy it from the original iBuzz UK website.

    NB: iBuzz is not endorsed by Apple Computer, Inc. iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.

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