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'Party in your pants' iPod accessory ships Stateside

iBuzzin' in the USA

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The iBuzz, the infamous iPod-enhanced vibrator, has...er...come to the US. Already on sale in the UK, the device has now gone one sale to North Americans keen to really 'feel' the music, movies or even video games...

Dubbed the "music-activated orgasm machine", the iBuzz connects to an iPod or any other digital music player, using its audio output to drive a vibrating bullet. The pack contains a set of his'n'hers spikey latex sleeves for "extra excitement".

iBuzz maker Love Labs even bundles an earphone-cable splitter so you can listen in while you're at it. If you find yourself iPod-less, the device has seven pre-programmed vibratory patterns to try.

You don't need an iPod in any case, since the iBuzz' 3.5mm jack can be inserted into any suitable socket on a variety of devices, from PSPs to PCs. Just imagine what new joys it could bring to multi-player first-person shooters, for example...

But does it work? "I thought iPod changed my life, but iBuzz gave a whole new definition to my 'passion' for music," claimed Joy Lynn Alegarbes, sexual health director at Condomania.com, one of the US retailers offering the device.

The iBuzz costs $59.95 (£30). Find out more here. ®

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