It even has “a snorgasm® function”
Posted on November 14, 2011
Sometimes I get sent press releases: today is one of those days.
PRESS RELEASE: Launch of World’s First Erotic Alarm Clock
DATE: 14th November 2011
Luxury gift company Gallus et Mulier has launched the world’s first erotic alarm – designed exclusively for ladies who like to wake up with pleasure.
The Little Rooster Alarm Clock Vibrator will be launched at the Erotica show in the Grand Hall Olympia, London from 18th – 20th November 2011
The Little Rooster is worn inside your knickers but outside your body. It starts very gently and then slowly increases in power until you…wake up.
“Most of us hate the sound of our alarms, so I thought why not make an alarm clock people actually will look forward to?” explains Inventor Tony Maggs, from London.
The Little Rooster is the ideal luxury gift for the modern woman – it comes beautifully and discreetly packaged, with its own silky carry case. It has a snooze function, a snorgasm® function, a play mode, dual motors and an internally sealed rechargable battery.
What makes the Little Rooster really special is that delicious semi-conscious state when you’re not yet quite awake. Other alarms tear those precious moments from you. The Little Rooster not only lets you savour them, it makes them even dreamier. Whether you leap straight out of bed or let it run its lazy course, no other clock will wake you with this joyful secret thrill.
The Little Rooster is the perfect way to start each day with a smile on your face!
The Little Rooster is available from http://www.littleroosterstore.com and retails at £69 (including shipping). To celebrate the launch there is £20 off during November.
This is one of those rare occasions when I genuinely can’t think of anything to say!
“Little Rooster” … “£69” … gosh, this sounds like the marketing brainchild of Peter Stringfellow. Quel fromage!
I’m sure nobody here will be surprised to learn this was invented by a man.
The question is, what sort of bloke sits around all day pondering how to wake a woman up with an orgasm…..
I actually wouldn’t mind one of these!
Men don’t need them – they have their own built-in version! Creative use of modern technology in the persuit of equality though.
In answer to your excellent question Cath, I can think of no man.
To give a political answer, methinks this is Chinese capitalism at it’s best/worst. Take your pick.
Unbelievable. Talk about keeping the gender binary, which Gulfstream and Ursula so handily provide. Part with your money suckers, this is the 19th century. It’s back to the Victorian age.
Oh and Ursula, you wouldn’t mind one of these because no man could ever give you this pleasure. But plastic and batteries would?
I don’t wear knicks in bed, so my cat would probably be freaked out about a random object vibrating between the sheets.You can see that I’ve really thought about this,
NB: women are not a mechanistic sort of human being who respond to a calculatority ‘male identified’ vibrating sexuality..
Seriously – stop projecting.
Wow, maggie, chill the fuck out. It’s got nothing to do with gender binaries, nothing to do with “not getting any,” but more to do with “how can I wake up and feel great?” Oh, here’s an idea! Let’s wake up to an orgasm. You have a more relaxing way to wake up than that? Who cares who it was invented by? This is a great idea.
Speaking of gender binaries, I like how you assumed Ursula was heterosexual by saying no “man” could give her that pleasure. Maybe no man can because she prefers to get her pleasure from women. How’s that sit with you? And forgive me, Ursula, I never asked your PGP. For arguments sake, I’ll take majority (correct me if I’m wrong, though).
Wow! Sarge in my opinion it’s a crap idea. But each to their own. I do have a more relaxing way of waking up. But I do take your point about the ‘man’. My bad.
I’m chilled already and don’t need you to curse me into it. Each to their own I suppose, but it does remind me of those Victorian women who were stimulated by their doctors (male) into having orgasms so that they would be cured of their neurosis.
Maggie, I suspect what the Victorian women were actually being cured of was “crap husbands”.
Of course nobody’s surprised – if we sat around waiting for women to invent stuff we’d all be living in beautifully-decorated caves!
Yeah, it’s not like women invented the first computer programme, or kevlar, or solar powered fridges, or a way of using radiography to enhance pictures of space, or anything. *COUGH*