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Banker in Need of an Orgasm? There's a Vibrator for That Lelo creates a sex toy exclusively for financial crowd

The 1 percent truly get everything catered to them.

Sex toy maker Lelo has launched Pino, a vibrator especially made for bankers. The device itself is your standard stretchable vibrating silicon ring, but the devil is in the packaging details. It comes with matching Lelo silver cufflinks, a money clip engraved with "Always Be Closing" and a pinstripe shirt inlay—all for the price of $159.

Lelo claims it made the product after realizing that 6 percent of its online sales in 2014 were delivered directly to financial offices and stock exchanges, and that 71 percent of people who make $200,000 a year or more that responded to its global sex survey owned more than five of its products.

Why "the ultimate stimulus package" is catered to those employed in the financial sector, and wouldn't work for the rest of us folks, doesn't really make any sense. But if you're in the market to buy something for the banker who has more money than he or she can spend, here's something that might be missing from their briefcase that you can afford.

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