Let’s face it — cyber sex can be pointless. No one really knows what to do, what to say, or how to react to some of the explicit messages sent online.
With the Sinulator, however, cyber sex is forever redefined. The Sinulator hooks onto the popular sex toy, The Rabbit, and lets it be controlled online.
The Sinulator comes with a USB transmitter, the vibrator, a receiver, and software to start and stop your scandalous sessions.
After installing the device, go to Sinulator.com and name your sex toy. Once people know your toy’s name, they can control the vibrator.
Despite the device’s potentially creepy nature, it’s presented in a lighthearted way. The online control panel, the “Sinulator Cockpit,” resembles a cartoon race car’s dashboard.
By moving the arrows left to right, the “red slider” changes the rabbit-shaped clitoral stimulator’s speed while the “throttle” controls the rotating shaft’s speed.
Special moves include the Jackhammer, Mindstorm, and Tornado, all easily conducted by the click of a mouse.
The software also comes with a “limit” feature letting you set the vibration’s intensity. If you don’t like what the vibrator’s controller is doing, you can turn off the mobile receiver’s power switch.
Since it’s wireless, the Sinulator can be used anywhere and everywhere. Signals are sent through radio waves from your computer to the receiver to the sex toy.
The Sinulator costs $140 US and includes the infamous “Rabbit” vibrator.
For another $130, you can purchase the Interactive Fleshlight, which captures the user’s “in-and-out activity.” The Fleshlight is a sleeve-style transmitter the male partner slips on. As one person goes faster, the other vibrator responds, making for a completely personalized experience and natural simulation.
If you’re feeling extremely risqué, you can purchase the SinulatorCams so your cybersex partner can watch you get off.
The Sinulator is ideal for couples in long-distance relationships. By combining erotic writing and the physical pleasures of masturbation, the Sinulator could potentially reduce the number of inevitable turkey dumps every year — unless you start paying too much attention to the device itself.