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Discreet Vibrators Designed For Your Neck, Not Your Nightstand

Discreet Vibrators Designed For Your Neck, Not Your Nightstand
Design

Stylish sex toy doubles as a pendant necklace for all occasions

Ross Brooks
  • 25 august 2014

Sex is an important part of life, and the same goes for masturbation, which is why the company Crave has designed a stylish new vibrator that doubles as a pendant you can wear with pride. The latest offering is called Vesper, and when it isn’t providing intimate moments of pleasure, the stainless steel sex toy can hang around your neck as a discreet symbol of pride.

While there are many people who are still uncomfortable with sexually-charged activities, Crave is determined to create a generation of empowered women:

We believe that women have been underserved in the market for quality toys, accessories and devices. The design, manufacture and material choices for sex toys have been poor, and the shopping experience has been off-putting for many, which has created a longstanding perception of a lack of quality in the category at large. With Crave, we want to change the way women experience sex toys.

Vesper is already available for pre-order over at Tilt (formerly known as Crowdtilt), with prices starting from $49 for a silver-plated Vesper. If silver isn’t your thing, there are is also a rose gold, or 24-karat gold plating version available. The vibrator necklaces should start shipping at the beginning of next month – so act fast.

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Founded by industrial designer Ti Chang and entrepreneur Michael Topolovac, this isn’t Crave’s first adventure in the world of multi-functional vibrators. With each new design, they continue to have a positive impact on sexuality:

We believe that sex is healthy, wholesome and playful, that delight and flirtation provide vital sparks to everyday life. We believe that people crave a variety of sexual experiences and that there should be no judgment, stigma, or shame about that desire.

Remember, sex is meant to be fun, and what better way to represent that fact than a vibrator you can wear to the office, or on a night out with the ladies!

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Crave

[h/t] TechCrunch

Images by Crave

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