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January 2013, StorErotica - ROCKING BEDS ADDED TO LIBERATOR COLLECTION

Attention-grabbing Orbit and Echo heavy on design and function

ATLANTA GA. January 23, 2013 – Liberator has added two huge new pieces to its catalog offering. The Orbit and Echo beds both debuted at ANE 2013 and are now available for purchase online and at select retailers. Of the two beds the Orbit makes the largest first impression. The brushed carbon steel frame rises to the heavens in a modern interpretation of the four poster bed.  Its oversized frame also allows for full-motion rocking of the entire unit. Rocking motions have been proven in studies to provide higher quality sleep and sleep patterns. Not to mention the effects the momentum can have on your love life. Enhanced thrusting anyone? The Echo is understated compared to the Orbit but offers even more. Its carbon steel frame lets you rock to a degree, but it will also give and bounce at your will. The truly reactionary bed means even more improvisation can occur in the bedroom. Can we reiterate how great these beds look though? Both are made from reclaimed wood and recycled carbon steel. Each has its own unique character from the materials making no bed like another. They also come with rubber stops in case you don’t want to be moving all night or want to prop yourself up at an angle. Orbit and Echo beds have also gone through the same rigorous testing as a park bench. What do we mean by that? We mean they’ve been salt-spray tested and are suitable for outdoor use. Think about having an Orbit out on the patio by the pool for those summer nights you never want to end. If you want to see one of the rocking beds in action and try before you buy, both the Echo and Orbit are a part of Liberator’s new in-store boutiques. Beds can be purchased directly through retailers wishing to use the Orbit and Echo as store displays and drop-shipped to customers meaning no inventory is necessary. Upon the AEN debut, Yahoo! News called the Orbit “one of the more buzzed-about products…at the expo.” And being one of the most “buzzed-about” products at a convention filled with vibrators is a tall order. Bad jokes aside, the beds already have people talking. MSRP of the Orbit and Echo includes delivery. Orbit MSRP: $3,000. Echo MSRP: $1,750. For more information on the Orbit and Echo beds, or details on Liberator Boutiques visit www.Liberator.com or call 1-866-542-7283. 

 

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