What does Pulse have to do with a pandemic?



What does Pulse have to do with a pandemic? 


Everything, basically. 


Ok, let’s rewind. We don’t know about you, but we thought 2020 was going to be...different. But alas, we find ourselves in a historic, life-shifting pandemic. While our scientific community scrambles to understand a brand-new disease, and how to handle it, our entire society is essentially stuck at home, socially distanced and starved for touch. 


Seriously. Skin hunger is a thing. 


So, in spite of all of our technology, we’re all struggling with disconnection. Maybe we have to spend time touching our own skin. Or perhaps we’re lucky enough to be quarantined with our partners, and able to touch one another with abandon. Suffice it to say, all of us have never been so aware of our proximity to another human being — and hyper-aware about what we’re touching, and whether it’s clean. 



Pulse is a rare breed: it’s technology that’s all about touch, and connection. So when our founder, Amy Buckalter, sat down with her engineering cohorts to design Pulse, she knew the warming dispenser needed to be clean, and it needed to be contamination-free.  


And that’s exactly what it’s been, since day one — before Covid ever came along. 


Pulse is a closed system (read more about it here), automatically serving up the right amount of perfectly-warmed, bacteria free, thoughtfully-formulated lubrication. (And! It looks great on a bedside table, too, but that’s another conversation.) And ironically — even though we’re here to put delight and comfort back into touch — Pulse is touchless. You don’t need to worry about a thing; you just need to enjoy yourself. Because friends, we have enough to worry about. Let’s not worry about the safety of our lube, ok? Pulse makes sure those “frequently touched surfaces” stay clean. And if we can remove one bit of anxiety from Love in the Time of Covid — well, then our work is done here. 


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