BOA Toys seeks retailers for Femme Fountain clitoral stimulator

Posted: February 26, 2019

Toronto-based BOA Toys is looking for retailers to stock the Femme Fountain, a water-powered clitoral stimulator which the company claims is ‘the cleanest way to be dirty’. The product is designed to be used during bath time for direct clitoral stimulation: a pump rushes a concentrated stream of water through a bendable tube, which can be angled to hit the right spot.

Shaped almost like a small potted flower, the Femme Fountain’s submersible pump and motor are housed in the ‘pot’ while the flexible ‘stem’ directs the water, where it shoots out of the flower’s ‘stamen’.

“Whether you like a little pressure or have a hard-to-please clitoris, the Femme Fountain’s adjustable trajectory and different settings allows you to put it in place, turn it on, and then get turned on by hands-free stimulation,” said Justine Naiman, CEO of BOA Toys. “It’s easy to use and its discreet design is unassuming and feminine. Once it’s set in place and adjusted, you lie back and enjoy an eco-friendly orgasm!”

According to the company, it’s a new concept that doesn’t waste fresh water from the shower head. The Femme Fountain recycles bathwater by pulling water in the bottom, then shooting it out the top. Users suction it to the bath wall, try the high or low settings, and use the fully adjustable spout to create the perfect arc of water pressure.

“Anyone with a clitoris will be able to achieve a superior climax,” said Naiman, “which is especially appealing to women who are uncomfortable during intercourse, are self-conscious, or just want a better orgasm.”

Naiman, a single mother and founder of BOA Toys – which stands for Better Off Alone – says she is committed to superior quality and engineering: “I searched the planet for the best pump and did rigorous testing with a seasoned engineer to ensure our high standards of flow capacity, variance, battery life and ease of use were met or exceeded,” she said. The device is said to use the highest quality water pump on the market, and it includes 2 USB rechargeable, Lithium-Ion batteries. According to Naiman, it’s a high-quality product designed for the luxury toy market and those seeking a worthwhile investment in their pleasure.

The company assembles the Femme Fountain at its Toronto facility and will strive to keep operations close to home. Naiman said: “In keeping with our commitment to serve our community, we have plans to partner with local women’s shelters. We hope to provide transitional employment for people who need a new start.”

The company also wants to initiate extra-curricular lectures for high school girls and their mothers, led by certified sex educators to help normalise sex-talk in the home.

The Femme Fountain was launched in December 2018 and BOA Toys is now seeking seeking retail partnerships worldwide. “We are the premiere manufacturer of this kind of toy and have a patent pending on the concept, but at this time have no nationwide distribution,” said Naiman. “I’m optimistic about the mutual benefits of working with retailers this year to further BOA’s brand awareness. Our goal is to continue selling directly to the public, as well as to provide wholesale distribution to interested buyers.”

For more information visit www.BOAtoys.com or email Justine Naiman via justine@BOAtoys.com