That's a great question, and the answer is, "Because it doesn't actually cost an arm and a leg to create a great vibrator using quality materials."
So then why does our competition charge $70, $100, even $200 for a single sex toy?
So why is our competition's markup so high? Well, Instagram models, celebrities, and all the middle men along the way have to eat too. That $15,000 photo shoot with the 'influencer' holding their product by the pool means they can't make a profit unless they markup their prices and pass the cost onto you.
Our take: Did that photo make your day any better? Did it improve your experience using their product? We're going to take a wild guess and say no, it didn't, and it doesn't seem fair to make you pay for something you most likely didn't even see.
See a great deal for a new sex toy? Maybe a 40% off coupon or buy-one-get-one-free? The only way companies can offer those crazy promotions and stay in business is that their discounted price is what they should be charging all the time.
Our take: Does a 40% off coupon make you feel good because you got a great deal? It might, but wouldn't it be easier if you started with the real price and didn't have to shop 5 different sites to make sure you were getting the best deal?