By: William Lopez, Staff Writer

The Screaming O’s best selling finger #8 vibe, gets a tech upgrade with the ‘Charged FingO’, a 10-function vibrating finger vibe powered by rechargeable rumbling Vooom® technology.

The ‘Charged FingO’ makes it easy to turn any finger into a penetrating mini vibe with a comfortable stretchy strap and easy one-touch control, putting the power of rumbling pleasure literally at users’ fingertips.

The Charged FingO features Screaming O’s signature Vooom motor, which rumbles for a distinctly different sensation that both partners can enjoy together. This 100% waterproof vibrating mini vibe boasts 10 vibration and pulsation functions and is encased in lab-tested SEBS, a soft and pliable body-safe material to ensure the Charged FingO feels comfortable to wear and soft against sensitive skin.

The FingO has been one of our steadiest sellers for years and it was a no-brainer to incorporate its minimalist design into the new Charged line of affordable rechargeables,” said Screaming O Account Executive Conde Aumann. “Finger vibes are must-haves for any sex toy collection and now fans have access to a rumbling power upgrade in a convenient rechargeable design. I like to think of the Charged FingO as a modern take on one of Screaming O’s most popular sex toy staples.” said Aumann.

‘Charged FingO’ powers up fast and hassle-free with a USB charge cable (included) for 60+ minutes of vibration time. And with a 2-year warranty, users can enjoy the Charged FingO with confidence and get the most out of their pleasure experience.

Each unit is available in Pink, Purple and Blue, as with all Screaming O products, Charged FingO is supported by free full-color marketing materials and graphics upon request.

The ‘Charged FingO’ is made of stretchy SEBS with a vibrating motor encased in ABS plastic, two materials that have been lab tested for a body-safe experience.

Retailers who have not yet tocked the Charged FingO by contacting Conde Aumann directly at 310-446-1632 | | | Facebook | Google+ | Pinterest | Twitter.

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