UdoU Has Just Developed a New Wand Massager that is Ready for Take-off in the Market

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Anyone looking to shake up their sex life and achieve sexual wellness from personal gratification may be interested to learn about a new vibrator company called UdoU that is keen on creating superiorly crafted pleasure devices to meet the modern-day demands of the sexually audacious millennial. The first in a competitive line of new products due to hit the online market this year is the M1 Massager.

With UdoU, founder Ian Taynton joins the vibrator’s long, slow strut from unmentionable to mainstream, on an ardent mission to highlight the normality and beauty in sex, which, even with the progressively liberal attitude of the 21st century pleasure-seeker, still hasn’t completely shed its taboo past and come out from behind pixel squares.

“After analysing the market for vibrators, we saw a need for a brand which represents the time we live in, where sex is seen as a beautiful and perfectly natural thing to do for your physical and mental well-being, that shouldn’t be tinged with malice. The [UdoU] brand aims to present self-servicing sensual cravings in a fun, open, and healthy way,” says Taynton.

The initiative takes off with the production of its flagship product, the M1, a wand-shaped massager whose durable, top-level motor and components, promise to deliver the best of what other self-indulgence devices have on offer in spellbindingly granting bodily wishes. It also serves a dual purpose as it can be used to relieve muscle pains in the back and neck. The user may also delight in its urbane design and handiness.

Taynton adds that “the product may be something our customers will regularly use in their lives, so we want them to gain maximum enjoyment from it. They are the reason for our efforts in designing our self-care products and we're delighted to provide them with a buddy to openly go on erotic adventures with, anywhere at any time."

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