Dual-motor We-Vibe Rave 2 vibe adds ‘twist’ hinge for extra comfort and stimulation

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We-Vibe Rave 2, twist hinge design

We-Vibe has launched a sequel product to its popular Rave G-Spot vibrator, featuring two motors designed to give deep, rumbly vibrations.

The new Rave 2 uses two motors, designed to give dual stimulation to the G-Spot and the vaginal opening, and officially launches today, September 18, 2023. Like the original, which also had two motors, the new model has ten vibration patterns.

What moves the model on from its predecessor is its new hinged design, meaning it can be bent and twisted into the correct shape to fit inside different body shapes. We-Vibe says this adjustable hinge system offers a “personalized experience and a unique approach to the body. It invites the user both to explore new pleasure zones in their body, as well as precisely targeting those they already enjoy.”

Two women exploring the new We-Vibe Rave 2 dual stimulation vibrator with a twist hinge design while lounging on a couch.
“When I said I wish you’d open up more to me…”: We-Vibe Rave 2 publicity photo

The Rave 2 can be used for up to120 minutes between charges, and takes 90 minutes to fully juice the device up again. It measures19.3 centimetres long at its longest length, not allowing for curvature, with a maximum width of 3.1 centimetres. It’s available in pink and blue or sells for $139.

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As is standard for We-Vibe sex toys like the Rave 2, the vibrator can be paired with the We-Vibe app for remote use, or to hand control to a partner via the app. It has buttons on the main shaft of the device for manual use, too.

Other recent sextech device releases from We-Vibe include the Chorus, a ‘C’-shaped internal vibrator, and the Melt, an app-controlled clitoral stimulator.

The We-Vibe Rave 2 is set to go on sale from today in the US and select other countries. If you’re looking for alternative toys, the highly-adjustable MysteryVibe Crescendo takes a similar design approach.

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Jamie F
Jamie F

Jamie is a freelance writer, contributing to outlets such as The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, CNN and Vice, among others. He is also the creative force behind the Audible podcast Beast Master.

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