You can now have a vibrator implanted into your vagina.

Image: No, it’s not this big… (via Broad City).

Who needs a hand-operated vibrator when you can just have one sitting inside your body, ready to go whenever you’re bored and home alone?

Well, it’s a reality now. A company called Fast Factory has created the “Orgasmia” and it’ll set you back a cheeky $6000.

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The wishbone-shaped gadget sits “against the clitoral legs” (remember, your clitoris is much bigger and runs far deeper than what you see on the surface) and is controlled by blue tooth. Orgasmia emits silent vibrations that target your entire clitoris, not just the head. So it doesn’t matter where you are – bus, boardroom, first date – the possibilities for awkwardness orgasms are endless.

Image: Fun factory


"The device can be used on its own for hands-free orgasms, to enhance the experience of sex with a partner, or to address a variety of sexual complaints, including unsatisfying intercourse, extended separation from a partner, or even lack of time for sex," Fun Factory apparently explains in a press release. (Post continues after gallery.)

We know what you're wondering because we had the same thought: wouldn't you be able to feel a little motorised device cuddling up to your most sensitive regions, even when it's just sitting there dormant?

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Well, apparently the device is unnoticeable after "just" three or four days of use. We're betting it's a mighty weird sensation until that moment of clarity arrives.

For the time being there's only one surgeon offering the implant (they're based in Beverly Hills, sorry) and the whole shebang will set you back a big portion of your savings, with a 20-year guarantee on the motor.

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Good investment? We can't decide.