Eva hands-free vibrator

Here comes Eva, a very different hands-free vibrator

Talk about excitement, their crowdfunding campaign raised over $525K. Their goal? $50K. People want this vibe.

Two twenty-year-old female entrepreneurs in Brooklyn have raised over $525,000 through a crowdfunding campaign to produce a new type of hands-free wearable vibrator for couples designed to stimulate the clitoris during intercourse.

Their new company is called Dame Products, and according to their website, the Eva will be the world’s first hands-free, strap-free, non-intrusive couples vibrator. it is designed to give a woman the clitoral stimulation needed to reach an orgasm during sex.

Alexandra Fine and Janet Lieberman point to what they call a “pleasure gap” as their motivator for developing Eva. “In heterosexual couples, women are more than four times likelier to describe recent sex as unpleasurable,” according to the site.

“Orgasms and sex are some of the most beautiful experiences we have as humans,” said Fine. “It makes you happy, it decreases stress, it decreases heart attacks. It’s amazing. Women should be able to experience that enjoyably.”

The Eva vibrator in action.

The Eva Vibrator is hands-free and non-invasive. It tucks itself under the labia majora.

Their Indiegogo campaign page cites a statistic from the Kinsey Institute reporting that 70% of women need clitoral stimulation to have an orgasm. Although, as their site notes, there are some toys on the market (We-Vibe, we’re looking at you) that attempt to deliver that needed stimulation to the clitoris during sex, many of the designs are intrusive, distracting, and awkward. What makes the Eva different is that no part of it enters the vaginal canal, nor is it worn around the penis. Instead, using what look like spring-loaded “arms”, it is able to be tucked and held into place under the labia majora.

The Eva vibrator.

The Eva, a labia-hugging, hands-free vibrator designed to provide clitoral simulation during sex.

According to Fine, 30 women have beta tested Eva and have given mostly positive feedback. (You can watch testimonials at their site.) Though, the partners fully disclose that Eva is a “one size fits most” solution. “You have to make your own judgment call based on knowing what your body is like. But the women who have tried it have described it as comfortable and secure,” said Fine. “You need a labia to tuck it under.”

Eva ships in May, 2015 (in the US)

You can pre-order for May shipping via their Indiegogo page by contributing $95. After initial deliveries to crowdfunding contributors, the Eva will retail for $105.

We look forward to getting our hands on one of these for a test.

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4 Responses

  1. S says:

    I got mine in the mail today. We ordered it
    In March or April not sure which. It is charged and ready to go but I am too tired to give it a go tonight!

  2. Dalana Lynwood says:

    May is almost over and absolutely nothing has been emailed and ALL postings are dated months ago. I ordered an ‘Eva’ in October and am concerned that this whole thing was an elaborate scam to raise money. What’s going on?

    • In Bed Staff says:

      Have you tried sending an email to their support address? It’s support@dameproducts.com. There was a report and review posted in reddit.com/r/sextoys two months ago (you can read it here), so it appears that at least some people have received them and that they have gone into production. With crowdfunding sites like indiegogo, the creators will often switch to communicating to the public via their actual business site instead of the crowdfunding site once the business gets started or the product is in market, and their posts on the original crowdfunding site sometimes drop off. At the same time, however, the search engines will often still display the crowdfunding site as if it is the most relevant site just because it generated so much buzz. According to their indiegogo site, they had 7,450 funders, so they may be running behind in fulfillment. But, one should reasonably expect some sort of status update from them by now. Definitely check in with them.

    • In Bed Staff says:

      Oh! Sorry, I should have checked this out before replying to you. There was a post 14 days ago (as of 5/18) on their indiegogo account updating contributors and letting them know that everything is in place for May production. It does sound like they’re still working on fulfillment. Check out their post here:

      https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/eva-the-first-truly-wearable-couples-vibrator#activity

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