Adult pleasure products distributor, Holiday Products, has announced they are now shipping Zumio i, a revolutionary clitoral stimulator that works using rotation not vibration.
As a brand, Zumio is known for their innovative pleasure products that focus on patented rotation technology for stimulation. Their newest model, Zumio i, is a tiny scoop of paradise. With a spoon-shaped tip that spreads stimulating energy across a larger area, it creates a more diffuse range of sensations for greater pleasure.
This year, Zumio i was awarded a coveted A’ Design Award in the “Adult Toys and Products Design” category for its groundbreaking design and technology capabilities. This includes the SpiroTip rotating motion technology for clitoral stimulation, ultra-fine, teardrop-shaped tip, direct drive technology to slow down the tip speed, ergonomic grip, and environmentally friendly packaging.
“We are thrilled to introduce Zumio i and to be recognized by the ‘A’ Design Awards,” Zumio CMO Joan Highet says. “This accolade is further recognition that the Zumio products are breaking the sex-toy mold by introducing rotation technology for stimulation over the traditional vibration technology found throughout the industry.”
“Zumio i offers a ‘new spin’ on exploration,” explains Susanna Molina, Holiday Products’ Director of Purchasing. “The newest addition to the collection uses elliptical rotation – not vibration – to deliver precise stimulation exactly where you want it, without the buzzing or numbing sensation sometimes caused by vibration.”
All four Zumio models are designed with adjustable intensity levels that are guided by pressure applied by the user: press gently for light stimulation and press firmly for slower, deeper stimulation.
Senior Account Manager and Product Specialist Molly Romeo adds, “Vibrators generate much more energy, but Zumio delivers very high energy density at the small contact area tip. The ability to use pressure to change speed and intensity makes the energy delivered to the clitoral nerve more selective, so the brain gets very local nerve stimulation messages.”