The coveted award for Digital Health and Fitness Product at last week’s CES, the world’s largest consumer electronics show, was won by pleasure products brand OhMiBod. The company’s new Lovelife Krush Kegel exerciser, its first internable device, was chosen by Engadget’s editors above products from thousands of companies appearing at CES 2016, which took place in Las Vegas.
The new Lovelife Krush is connected via BLE 4.0 (Bluetooth Low Energy) and equipped with built-in sensor technology. The Kegel exerciser is also an internable — a new class of health-monitoring devices that are located within the body instead of worn externally.
“We were impressed by OhMiBod’s vision and execution, and it had the buzz of the show as one of the best innovations to come out of CES this year,” said Michael Gorman, editor in chief of Engadget. “Over the last five days we’ve evaluated thousands of devices and products to find the technologies that will change the industry and our lives. OhMiBod clearly was the best in show in ‘Digital Health and Fitness Product’.”
Lovelife Krush was designed specifically for women—many of whom experience a weakening of the pelvic floor due to childbirth and age.
“This honour from Engadget is more than a win for OhMiBod, it’s a victory for women’s sexual health,” said Suki Dunham, founder of OhMiBod. “We’re thrilled that the CES community voted to shine a light on the importance sexual health and wellbeing for adult women around the world.”
Lovelife Krush works with OhMiBod’s new TASL app to measure the pressure, control, endurance, and grip of PC muscles and help women strengthen them through training challenges. Stronger PC muscles improve sexual pleasure and also aid in keeping incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse at bay.
Lovelife Krush will be available in spring 2016.