Vector Launch We-Vibe
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We-Vibe has launched the Vector, the latest in its line of technology-enabled sex toys. It has two vibrating motors inside its adjustable head and flexible base, which can be customized to fit different bodies in order to simultaneously stimulate both the perineum and prostate pleasure points.

Retailing at $139 (€139) there are 10 automatic vibration modes, and like We-Vibe’s other smart vibrators, Vector is Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled, allowing for local control via its wireless remote or long-distance play via the We-Connect App (iOS/Android) where you can create and provide custom made vibrations for your partner while chatting via video or text.

Vector We-Vibe

Its dimensions are 110 x 80 x 170mm and it’s made with body-safe, silky-smooth silicone that comes in a slate color. The company says that an hour and a half of charging via USB will deliver up to two hours of play. It’s also waterproof, making it bath or shower safe.

Why the perineum and the prostate?

The perineum is a rich source of nerve endings between the anus and the testicles, that, when stimulated via vibrations, can provide a lot of pleasure via indirect stimulation to the prostate.

The prostate, commonly known as the male G-spot, is a pleasure point inside the anus. Stimulating this point can help people reach ejaculation, and in some cases, more intense orgasms.

Prostates come in different shapes and sizes, and can be found in slightly different locations, hence the importance of Vectors’s re-adjustment feature for some personalized direct simultaneous stimulation.

We-Vibe’s earlier sex tech devices separately target the prostate and the perineum. The Verge is We-Vibe’s smart cock ring with a perineum vibrating motor that also responds to pressure. The Ditto is We-Vibe’s smart prostate vibrating butt plug. Vector is a combination of the two designs, to create prostate perineum dual-action vibrations.

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Oli Lipski
Oli is a freelance sex tech researcher based in London. With an MA in Sexual Dissidence, researching sex tech, and a BA in History, researching gender and sexuality, she has a keen understanding of the past, present and future of sex.

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