Lora DiCarlo's Ose hands-free adult toy has CES Award revoked

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All we have to go off of right now is the information provided by Haddock on the company's website.

But the firm's founder Lora Haddock claims the award was revoked.

The Ose, an adult novelty from start-up Lora DiCarlo, initially won a CES Innovation Award, but later had that award rescinded and, according to the company's owner, then told it would not be allowed to exhibit at the show.

To be determined by an independent panel, these awards are awarded to products that get a high enough score for becoming an honoree. This product - Osé Robotic Massager is designed for women and the company is founded, exclusively run by women. CES 2019: World's First Rollable Television's Price Could Be Hurdle for Early Sales, Says LG Electronics. Numerous products won't be available to the general public for at least a couple of years.

Autos have become a big part of CES, with the major automakers and others, showcasing what's cutting-edge.

CES has previously come under fire over a lack of female speakers in keynote slots, and the event has also been accused of being slow to reduce the number of so-called "booth babes" that appear on the convention show floor.

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Daily Star Online has approached CES and CTA for a response. "It is not trickling down to who's allowed a seat at the table".

"The product does not fit into any of our existing product categories and should not have been accepted for the Innovation Awards Program", a CES spokeswoman said in an e-mail statement on Tuesday.

She is claiming CES and CTA are preaching a double standard.

Sex tech made great strides at the Consumer Electronics Show ... until it didn't. "The future of healthcare might well be in the patent for a sex toy".

Pictured above: a promotional image on the Lora DiCarlo device for women.

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