Vesper: pendant that's also a USB-charged sex-toy


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Vibrator pendant necklace
#2

Quote: “It’s from Crave, who produced the world’s first crowdfunding vibrator in 2012.”

Shouldn’t that read “crowdfunded vibrator?” I mean, it would be great if more vibrators would participate in crowdfunding - that would create quite a buzz.


#3

That´s either a huge pendant or a very small vibrator.


#4

First read that as “pedant.” Confusion now cleared up, no weird, battery-operated perverts here.


#5

Quoting verbatim:

Cosmopolitan: “It’s pretty bad-ass to wear evidence of taking charge of your own sexual pleasure. Walking around wearing a vibrator necklace is a great way to say ‘I’m here, I masturbate, and I’m proud of that’.”

Well, OK. I’m not sure exactly why that’s bad-ass, and I certainly don’t want to inhibit anyone. But rrrrreally, now.


#6

Anyone who wears one would be bravely sending an independent rather feminist message.

I would be pleasantly surprised if they get worn much outside of special events.


Huffing Boing Boing
#7

Alternatively, it sends the message: “I pleasure myself with the giant nail I’m wearing around my neck.” I’m not sure turning sex toys into jewelry makes any kind of statement, but to each his/her own.


#8

From the listing: “Just a few essential modes: low, medium, and high + pulsing - not too many, just enough.”

I wish every designer of things with modes would learn that. Five is right out.


#9

Check any Ferguson thread…


#10

Those are loaded with trolls, sockpuppets and astroturfers, not perverts or pedants.


#11

But where can we find the pedantic perverts? Someone who will find time to say, at the peak of passion, “Actually, this is irrumatio. If you want to get technical.”


#12

That would be rather self-defeating unless it was a pair of pedantic perverts. :wink:


#13

Dibs on the idea of putting a tube sock on a ball chain necklace and selling that on Etsy.


#14

(From the article.)

Its clean, sleek aesthetics make for both a subtle addition to your outfit and a standalone statement piece.

That sucker is 3.8" long. There is nothing “subtle” about a nearly 4" long pendant.

TechCrunch is right. They said:

It looks like the pencil pendant worn by Joan on “Mad Men” or a small bolt (in a pinch, you can probably also use it to hold your IKEA furniture together).

Here’s what her pendant looked like:

This really is just a different take on the same style - you could always tell people “it’s a pen” if you’re shy - and since it could be interpreted as just more “functional jewelry” that’s not necessarily a bad thing.


#15

Wearable?

I’d think the chain dangling between your legs would look a little silly. Plus possibly a safety hazard?


#16

Or a safety measure…


#17

It’s a clit vibe, not a insertable.


#18

Is there a fleshlight version for the gentlemen?
Perhaps some sort of inflatable do-hickey that comes out of the end…


#19

Didn’t presume I’d find a prurient pedant so promptly.


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