#1 SURF RING by MN Pete
-SILICON FINS PROVIDE UNPREDICTABLE FLEXIBILITY
-DESIGN APPEALS TO A CERTAIN DEMOGRAPHIC AND WILL BE APPEALING TO OTHERS AS WELL
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2014-08-28 04:26:41

Discussion

MN Pete

Designer

Mon, 01 Sep 2014 21:39:55 +0000
Thanks for the feedback Mike.
1. I assume men are your target market with this from the sports and cars influenced designs.
2. With this design i envisioned soft silicon that will allow the fins to easily bend and fold. As for being uncomfortable, it has been my experience that the whole area can be stimulating so even if the fins are positioned outside the labia, they will be beneficial. I agree with you concerning the broader fin.

Mike Lozada

Buyer

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 04:59:13 +0000
Good first approach, from experience I would say the following:

1. Fins will deter a lot of women once they see it, they might think they would hurt.
2. To those women who would be willing to try it with their partners, they would get an uncomfortable stimulation, the reason for this is simple: the two side fins would be wrongly positioned during sex, on top of the labia or slightly outside of it and the center fin will be a direct stimulation to the clitoris but too sharp, round broader designs work better for stimulation.
3. The contour of the ring is too sharp as well, going from flat to the fin as the back of a surfboard, this will create an uneven distribution of the vibration from the motor (which the design does not show its position), this vibration will quickly dissipate out of the ring and leaving very little for the ring.

Successful designs maintain a curvaceous look, gradually incrementing the height of the ring to achieve female stimulation and under that gradual increment, the motor is positioned.

On the plus side, I like the different tones of silver, I think this can be obtained with a little perseverance on the factory side.

In overall, the design looks "scary", successful designs must be subtle.

Cheers,

Mike