LAS VEGAS—, the world famous ride-on sex machine, has released its newest attachment, the G-Egg.
The silicone G-Egg is in stock and shipping now.
“I have always said that Sybian can stimulate the body in every way; especially ways not experienced before. I designed the G-Egg for the ladies who appreciate some added girth. In the 24 years that I have been working at Sybian, the G-spot attachments are some of the most popular, so when they asked if I wanted to design a new attachment for the Silicone line, I already had an idea of what I wanted,” said Karen Bryant, aka Sybianmaker.
The G-Egg was designed by Bryant for the experienced Sybian rider. The G-Egg is a larger oval shaped g-spot stimulator with a pebbled texture covering the front for added stimulation directly to the g-spot. The thicker base of the G-Egg offers Sybian riders a fuller feeling and the plumpness of the egg provides maximum internal contact. A multi-directional pattern of stimu-nubs line the front base for tantalizing clitoral contact.
The G-Egg is the sixth attachment in the Sybian Silicone line; joining the G-wave, Orb, Silky Smooth Flat Top, Triple Delight, and the Spiral. Sybian’s Silicone attachment line is made of medical-grade silicone. Each attachment has the moisture barrier at the base that protects Sybian from fluids. Each attachment also has the Sybian logo stamped into the moisture barrier to verify it’s authenticity.
“I carefully designed every aspect of the G-Egg with customer feedback in mind,” Bryant said. “After 24 years of hearing what customers do and don’t like about G-spot orgasms on their Sybian, the G-Egg is meant to satisfy with its physically stimulating design. The rotation of the Sybian allows the G-Egg to gently press against the G-spot with the desired amount of pressure and give intense g-spot orgasms through concentrated vibration.”
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