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NSFW From frightening-looking prototype to reality: Fleshlight has at last, er, released its iPad faux-rifice.

According to its blurb, the coyly named LaunchPAD offers a "whole new perspective on masturbation..."

"Annual tablet sales are now surpassing the number of PC sales with an estimated 70 million iPads being sold across the US in 2013 alone,” said Brian Shubin, COO of Interactive Life Forms, the firm responsible for unleashing this rubberised upon the world.

“The Fleshlight LaunchPAD is a great addition to the current Fleshlight owner’s experience.”

The work of fiction on YouTube shows a woman who doesn't appear to be horrified about her partner owning a plastic orifice simulator.

Luckily for any prospective client, the website is packed full of reviews.

One user, going under the name All4Girls, wrote: "The grips on the LaunchPAD make it easy to thrust into the Fleshlight rather than stroking. It takes masturbating to a whole new level.”

“Stoya porn on your tablet + the Launch Pad + Stoya’s Fleshlight makes it feel like she’s really in the room! IMHO this is better than the real thing," said FleshLover, although his theory is unlikely to be tested.

“I get out my Launch Pad whenever my wife goes out of town. Now I wish she’d leave more often… this thing is amazing!” gushed the charmingly monikered MoneyShots. ®

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