OhMiBod Fuse

OhMiBod Fuse

Kiiroo
Bluetooth

Review date: Feb. 3, 2021

|
|

Mozilla says

|
People voted: Super creepy

Duel motors, dual stimulation, LED lights, and a touch sensitive mode -- there's a lot going on with this hot pink rabbit vibrator. Made for solo use or for couples play, this Bluetooth-enabled vibrator connects to the FeelConnect app which lets you sync your light-up vibe with interactive videos, a VR headset, other toys close by, and your partner from anywhere in the world. And if hot pink isn't the color for you, it also comes in black.

What could happen if something goes wrong?

OhMiBod seems to do a pretty good job protecting users' privacy and security. The FeelConnect app used to control OhMiBod devices only collects and stores a small amount of user information like username and password. Other types of information like phone, location, and microphone data is not collected by the company. We love that they don't collect much personal information or sell any user data they collect. They do collect and use anonymized data with third parties for analytics which is a fairly common practice so it doesn't worry us too much. The Fuse is a vibrator that connects. to an app over Bluetooth and that app can be controlled over the internet, so it's not completely risk free. Bluetooth connected sex toys have be hacked in the past. So, there's always a chance, likely small, something could go wrong. No one wants those duel motors and flashing LED lights to be controlled by anyone but someone they trust.

mobile Privacy Security A.I.

Can it snoop on me? information

Camera

Device: No

App: Yes

Microphone

Device: No

App: Yes

Tracks location

Device: No

App: Yes

What can be used to sign up?

What data does the company collect?

How does the company use this data?

Feel Robotics does not share, sell or rent personal information of its users but may share it with vendors who provide support for internal operations.

How can you control your data?

Users can review, update and delete their data by emailing [email protected]

What is the company’s known track record of protecting users’ data?

Average

No known data breaches or incidents in the last two years

Can this product be used offline?

Yes

User-friendly privacy information?

No

Links to privacy information

Does this product meet our Minimum Security Standards? information

Yes

Encryption

Yes

Strong password

Yes

Password must contain a minimum of 8 characters, and contain numbers, uppercase letters and lowercase letters.

Security updates

Yes

Manages vulnerabilities

Yes

Kiiroo has a full security review releasing new software by an external party and uses security specialists to review the app.

Privacy policy

Yes

Does the product use AI? information

No


News

Hacking a sex toy is possible — and it could have dangerous results
Mic
Internet-connected sex devices (such as the commonly used We-Vibe, KIIROO, and Lovense toys) that let you connect with a lover remotely so they can control the device while video or audio chatting with you. Your data may not be secure, and potentially, a third party could control your toy without your consent — and control of both your body and information could theoretically lead to everything from blackmail to rape.
I Tried a Bluetooth Sex Toy to Save My Long-Distance Lockdown Relationship
VIce
We are weeks into the lockdown and people are getting the horn. Pre-COVID-19, my girlfriend and I had a pretty adventurous sex life (we’re both bisexual, non-monogamous and no strangers to sex clubs) but we’ve never been into sexting, sending nudes or technology-related play at all. But with both of us living in different households – and with no end to coronavirus in sight – has changed that. Couples separated by quarantine have had to get creative.

Comments

Got a comment? Let us hear it.