Trojan products on display at CES
PRINCETON, N.J. — Church & Dwight on Tuesday morning unveiled its latest personal massager — Trojan Vibrating Twister — at the Consumer Electronics Show. Also showcased at the electronics show was Trojan BareSkin, the thinnest condom in brand history, Trojan Vibrating Pulse personal massager and Trojan Ecstasy Fire & Ice condoms with personal lubricants on both the interior and exterior of the condom.
"These products are among the most well-researched, innovative sexual health products in the world," stated Jim Daniels, VP marketing for Trojan brand condoms and vibrating products. "What better place than CES to demonstrate the technological achievements of our talented engineers and showcase our role in taking pleasure to an entirely new level?"
Trojan Vibrating Twister joins the Trojan Vibrations pleasure line and features multiple customized settings at a suggested retail price of $59.99. The Vibrating Pulse is being offered for $24.99 online at TrojanVibrations.com. Vibrating Pulse will be available at retail later in the year.
The BareSkin condoms are 40% thinner than standard Trojan condoms, the company stated. Both BareSkin and Ecstasy Fire & Ice are sold for an average SRP of $9.99.
Oregon, Gaiam partner on wellness products at electronics show
LAS VEGAS — Oregon Scientific and Gaiam on Wednesday announced a new wellness-bent product offering that includes low-profile heart-rate monitors with touchscreen technology; USB-powered air sanitizers; massagers for the head, back and body; and ultrasonic diffusers and heated candles for aromatherapy, which will be introduced first to buyers attending the Consumer Electronics Show.
Each product in the line will include a Gaiam Wellness DVD that features such yoga instructors as Rodney Yee providing a comprehensive approach to stress-free living.
Lansinoh acquires mOmma brand
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Lansinoh Labs on Wednesday announced its acquisition of the Italian-designed mOmma brand of baby-feeding products and accessories.
Terms of the deal were not released.
“We are excited to bring mOmma technology, innovation and design to parents and babies in the United States,” stated Kevin Vyse-Peacock, Lansinoh CEO. “MOmma products bring fun and encourage motor skill development and discovery. Our heritage serving the needs of breast-feeding mothers and babies aligns with the dedication and culture of mOmma. Parents and babies can now grow with Lansinoh and mOmma with a complete first-class feeding and accessories product portfolio.”