Fun Factory is a regular winner when it comes to design – both literally and metaphorically. And now it’s got two new awards to add to its rather bulging award-cupboard. Anal balls B Balls (why not A balls, we have to wonder?) and the Mini Vibrator Amorini, two toys by the Bremen sex toy manufacturer, received the renowned ‘Good Design’ Award from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design in cooperation with the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies.
The B Balls hide vibrating balls, which go into motion at the slightest movement, delivering “especially passionate sensations,” without using any electricity – an eco way to wank (if not quite as eco as going manual, admittedly). The anal plug is also so ergonomically well designed that it can also be worn beneath clothes, when you’re out and about, and is suitable for all genders.
Fun Factory saus, “The neon yellow silicone band on the Mini-vibrator, Amorino, represents a simple but absolutely effective innovation for vibrators. The stimulation band allows for considerably more uses of the battery-operated vibrator, for example as a lay on vibrator or when stimulating inside and outside simultaneously. The band can be crossed several times or taken off – so the possibilities to experiment are endless.”
Since its founding of Fun Factory has stood for exceptional and innovative design. In keeping with this, the Fun Factory toy ‘Delight’, was the first sex toy ever to be awarded a design prize. And even star designers like New Yorker Karim Rashid or Boris Hoppek have designed toys for the brand.
The Good Design Award is one of the most renowned design awards for exceptional product design worldwide and has been handed out by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design since the 1950s.
For more information, or to explore the Fun Factory range, visit the Fun Factory website