Heavy Metal Will Turn You On. Literally.


njoy products guarantee sleek enjoyment


Picture the yielding warmth of flesh juxtaposed with the mirror sheen of stainless steel and you may have an inkling of why njoy toys are so sought after.


Each njoy product is made of solid medical grade steel and is hand-polished to a mirror shine. Stainless steel has low “specific heat,” which means that it’s cold to the touch, but it will warm rapidly to body temperature. Of course if you’re partial to temperature/sensation play, a few minutes in the fridge will provide a rather “chilling” experience; and likewise a short dip in a bowl of warm water will yield a luxuriously warm and sensual toy for your pleasure.

njoy Products

Pure Wand

The njoy Pure Wand was originally designed as a metal prostate toy, but quickly caught on as a must-have G-spot dildo, thanks to its lustrous curve and substantial weight.


Fun Wand

Cool, heavy stainless steel and an aerodynamic shape combine for one of the most beautiful and adaptable dildos you'll ever have the pleasure to own.


Pure Plug

An exquisite base supports a teardrop-shaped plug that is completely seamless and designed for a smooth entry. One of Babeland’s top-of-the-line plugs whose weight you can really feel.


Pfun Plug

Ergonomically designed to target the prostate, this heavy metal butt toy delivers firm, controlled massage to the prostate gland (P-spot) and even G-spots.


Eleven

Eleven inches and 2.75 lbs. of pure, steel pleasure. Ridges on the smaller end stimulate, while the 2" shaft provides maximum fulfillment. The ergonomic shape makes this dildo perfect for kegels or curls.

About njoy

Greg Delong and Chris Clement of njoy started their company with years of engineering and inventing experience. The two have developed everything from bicycles to racing yachts and started in the adult product business with notebooks full of ideas for the future of sex toys.


Their first line of products, meant at first to be their stepping stone, have become their signature: smooth, solid stainless steel wands and anal plugs that are as recognizable as their logo.


"I'd say that njoy excels at high-tech low-tech," Delong said. "By which I mean that, for now at least, we're focused on applying high-tech design tools and manufacturing processes to rather low-tech products."


Delong said that he and Clement are expanding their current line to push the limits of stainless steel manufacturing by using larger, more complicated designs — and the only way to do it is to use the same 3D modeling programs and computer-controlled tooling used in major mainstream industries.


"I liken the process of 3D modeling to virtual sculpture," Delong said, "enabled by a very powerful modeling software which was initially developed by the aerospace and auto industries. The software we use enables us to examine multiple iterations of a design quickly, always tweaking things to achieve a confluence of function and aesthetics, while being mindful of limitations in the manufacturing process."


njoy's newest venture is the Eleven, the company's first hollow stainless steel dildo, to be released in the spring. Because it, and future designs, is much larger than current njoy products, Delong and Clement needed to not only explore ways to produce them in a cost-effective way, but to make them practical for the user. Delong said the company has begun employing new tooling techniques, including computer-controlled machining and TIG welding — a process that allows for greater control and a stronger weld when using thinner sections of stainless steel.


And though their stainless line has consumed most of their time and energy since it launched two years ago, Delong's and Clement's idea books are burning holes in their hands, and they spent 2007 solidifying their infrastructure to get ready for the next big thing.


"I don't think vibration is the future," Delong said. "I think vibration is 100-year-old technology that happens to work really well and make people money. There are other ways to stimulate the body, and I don't think we as an industry have even scratched the surface yet."