MysteryVibe Crescendo

MysteryVibe, a sextech company recently nominated in the ‘best hardware startup’ category at the Europas 2016 tech awards, has announced that it’s fully adjustable Crescendo vibrator is now available to buy.

Announced last year, the device’s USP is that it can be bent into a whole raft of shapes and its vibration patterns are fully customizable via the companion app, Stephanie Alys, co-founder of MysteryVibe told STG.

“We designed it like a blank canvas – so you can customise both its shape and how it vibrates.”

While the ability to change its shape is interesting (and convenient), it’s really the pairing of the app with the device that shows the most promise. By using six independent vibration motors, you can choose exactly what sensation you want.

You can combine the pattern vibrations in anyway you want (a bit like a ‘playlist’, if you like) and if you get bored of them all, download new ones.

This, MysteryVibe claims, makes it the world’s “first vibrator platform.”

As a special launch offer, there’s currently $20 off the Crescendo, making it $179.99.

It’s not cheap, but then it’s not expensive for limitless pleasure possibilities either – and it’s one of the few devices that has the potential to convince VCs that sextech ventures are worthwhile.

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