The latest innovation in adult novelties from industry leader Doc Johnson is a pair of vibrating cock rings with built-in stimulators designed to enhance the sexual experience by channeling the novelties’ vibrations towards a woman’s most erogenous zones.
Released on November 16, the Single Play™ and Double Play ™ are both jelly cock rings equipped with a powerful multi-speed, waterproof bullet and built-in appendages that maximize sensation during intercourse.
“These products were designed so that men can provide women a completely new experience during intercourse,” said Chad Braverman, Doc Johnson’s manager of product development. “The cock rings maximize sensation for the female while minimizing any distraction the vibrations may cause the man wearing the device.”
Braverman told AVN that Doc Johnson was inspired to design the product “mainly because of the fact that so far, all the vibrating cock rings on the market are imported products; we have the advantage of manufacturing our own product, with our own materials. We wanted to bring to the market something made in the USA, with our own creative designs.”
“The vibration bullet is a great piece itself; it’s designed very well,” Braverman added. “A lot of cock rings are [made] straight to house the bullet; this product has more extruding from the product to make sure the clitoral stimulation is a lot more centered on the clitoris itself. The double-play provides stimulation for the man’s testicles and the woman’s anal area. So, the design of these is great, and [so is] the fact that they are made with UR-3, which is a material so well-known in the industry and to the consumer.”
The Single Play ™ offers a soft round jelly nub designed to stimulate the clitoris during sexual intercourse. The Double Play ™ features a ridged clitoral stimulator with an additional round nub stimulator for the perineum, the sensitive area of skin between a woman’s anus and vagina.
“This was a big hit of the show for us; people really liked the idea that it was our pieces and our material,” Braverman said. “It’s definitely something we’d like to expand upon in the future.”