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Fleshlight Launchpad attachment allows 'sex with iPad'

Published 30/06/2014

Fleshlight Launchpad, allows users of their flashlight-shaped toy to plug it into the back of an iPad in order to 'fully immerse themselves' in whatever they're watching.

Many of us have become inseparable from our smartphones and tablets, but if you're looking to take the relationship to the next step, sex toy brand Fleshlight has now made this possible for some reason.

Fleshlight Launchpad attachment aims to heighten 'point-of-view' experience of video chat
Fleshlight Launchpad attachment aims to heighten 'point-of-view' experience of video chat

The gadget "enables the user to enjoy the full Fleshlight experience while enjoying content or communicating live with a friend via applications like Facetime or Skype," makers Interactive Life Forms claim.

The trailer (above) shows a man making use of one while video-chatting with his girlfriend.

Any partner's first reaction to this would surely be 'why the hell are you having sex with your iPad?' though, so the attachment is presumably aimed at men without a significant other.

Though the whole thing may seem like a parody, the Launchpad is genuinely available now for £20.

As can be seen in the video below Grand Theft Auto V actually managed to parody the device before it even existed.

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