New Vibrator Has Camera For Checking STD’s: Pleasure With Information?

A new vibrator, invented by U.S.- based company Svakom, is designed to enable women to carry out health checks by detecting any changes that could indicate the presence of a sexually transmitted disease (STD).

The Daily Mail reports that the company claims that the sex toy provides a “multi-sensory experience” while allowing them to carry out a health check. A recent survey showed that women frequently research embarrassing health symptoms online instead of seeing a doctor, which highlights the importance of self-inspection.

The company has called the machine “The Gaga” (why not?) and says it aims to give pleasure with information — presumably, not at exactly the same time!

The kit comes complete with a USB cable that connects to any laptop or smartphone, which allows the information to be be transferred and interpreted. This advanced technology program helps women understand what is normal for them, and detect any abnormal changes which may indicate a health problem or STD.

Svakom has been in the sex toy business since 2006; its main focus is on design, research, development, manufacturing, and sales of sex toys around the world. They say on their website that the Gaga is their:

“most innovative design that combines pleasure while allowing you to capture the most intimate moments and explore the most intimate parts of the body. Intelligently designed with a subtle light and built in camera lend at the tip, Gaga will allow you to experience please like you never have before, both visually and through the sensation of vibration.”

They also claim that they use 100 percent green technology, and that this vibrator can be recharged faster than any other toy on the market.

The Gaga is priced at around $180. If that seems a little expensive, consider this: The Gaga can also be controlled by another person using its wireless app!

Now, that’s what we call REALLY effortless — well until the finish at least.