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OhMiBod spreading good vibrations

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OhMiBod: A start-up spreading good vibrations

Each week on CNBC's "The Pitch" series, an entrepreneur gets an opportunity to blind pitch his or her company to a secret investor. The investor doesn't know anything about the business being pitched, so it's the entrepreneur's one shot to sell it.

One entrepreneur is creating a lot of buzz with her Bluetooth-enabled vibrators, which are controlled via smartphone.

"My husband gifted me my first vibrator when I was 35 years old, along with an iPod," founder Suki Dunham told CNBC.

After using the two devices simultaneously, Dunham was inspired to create her own dual-sensory, technology-driven pleasure products line, OhMiBod.

The company's most popular product: blueMotion, a panty vibrator that can be controlled via smartphone.

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"We wanted to create a product that brings couples closer together, utilizing these devices as a conduit to encourage intimacy," Dunham said.

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Gone are the days of feeling ignored and abandoned while your partner taps away at a smartphone. Whether you're right next to each other or miles apart, blueMotion connects over Bluetooth and Wi-Fi using the free blueMotion app.

Dunham was given 30 seconds to blind pitch her company to millionaire investor Kevin O'Leary of "Shark Tank. " After hearing the pitch, O'Leary expressed concerns over the fact that OhMiBod did not actually own the technology used in blueMotion.

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She countered by saying no one else in the space is creating Bluetooth- and Wi-Fi-enabled pleasure products. She added that "we don't have a patent for it, [but] we actually have a sublicense to the patent for over the Internet control."

Dunham would not disclose sales data for the blueMotion vibrator, but told CNBC it's currently the company's best-seller.

"With the likes of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and things like that, people's minds are being opened to this industry which offers a lot of market potential," she said.

The blueMotion vibrator retails for $129 and has five integrated settings. The device can be charged with a USB or its own rechargable battery, providing up to one hour of active use. According to its website, blueMotion is manufactured with "body-friendly materials."

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Since its launch in July 2006, OhMiBod has raised $750,000 in funding from angel investors.

Headquartered in New Hampshire, OhMiBod has 11 full-time employees. The company plans to release additional blueMotion designs later this year as well as app updates that include sexual health tracking.