Lora DiCarlo’s Osé personal massager made it to CES this year, after being banned and having its award revoked in 2019.
A sex toy designed for women has been banned from the technology show CES. Lora DiCarlo said it had been invited to display its robotic Ose vibrator at CES, after winning an innovation award.
Lora DiCarlo's Osé made a lot of headlines for getting banned from CES. We tested the blended orgasm device to see if it lives up to all the hype.
Lora DiCarlo Osé vibrator sex toy was banned from CES 2019 and had their award taken back.
Preorders are now open for the $290 sex toy that made CES change its exhibition policies, with delivery expected in January. You can find out more about the Osé here on Lora DiCarlo’s website .
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After being banned from the Consumer Electronics Show, sex tech company Lora DiCarlo is back.
Lora DiCarlo is unveiling two new sex toys at CES 2020: the Onda and Baci. They follow the Osé robotic massager, which was banned from CES 2019 and initially stripped of an innovation award.
It’s amazing what can happen in just one year. After being banned from the Consumer Electronics Show last year, sex tech startup Lora DiCarlo is debuting two new sex toys on the show floor.
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