A little over a month ago we introduced you to Whiplr, the new dating app that was specifically designed for people into BDSM play. Well, apparently interest is running high because the company has created a new product that fetish lovers can wear all day to deliver pleasurable experiences.
The new device is called “Whiplr Wearable,” and is designed to react to somebody’s personal physical reactions. Here are some examples of how the product works, according to the company:
- If Wearable Whiplr detects a current sensitivity to breath play, it can automatically tighten around your chest to simulate that feeling.
- If your hormone levels indicate a penchant for electro play, Wearable Whiplr can deliver a delightfully shocking experience across the surface of your skin.
- If your capillary dilation rates demonstrate a fondness for roughhousing, Wearable Whiplr’s abrasive strips will vibrate against your skin causing chafing.
Suffocation and skin chafing? Now that sounds hot. Here’s what Wearable Whiplr looks like:
Now you’re probably thinking, “Wait, so I can just be walking down the street and this thing will electrocute me?” And the answer is, “Hell yeah it will!” Ordinary conversations with co-workers and strangers will take on new meaning as the device slowly constricts your diaphragm, making it harder and harder to breathe. If that doesn’t sound arousing, then we don’t know what does.
The company’s also produced a video showing a woman using the device in action. Take a look:
She seems to really enjoy it.
Wearable Whiplr has gone through extensive testing overseen by the company’s chief scientist Dr. Per Pelnurpel, whose name we don’t recommend saying too quickly. In fact, he even won a Nobel Prize, presumably in the category of “Getting off.”
According to Whiplr, the product comes “pre-programed with 50 different fetishes and is available in black leather, camouflage-patterned latex or original brushed stainless steel.” Who needs Christian Grey when you can get all the pleasure through a wearable device?
Strangely, the company decided to release this product on April 1st. Surely this is not some type of joke, Whiplr?
Joseph Misulonas is an editorial assistant for Playboy.com. He really enjoyed a couple of scenes in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie. He can be found on Twitter at @jmisulonas.