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Sex Toys: The Future is Now

When you hear “Silicon Valley,” you may not think of silicone vibrators. But as technology marches forward, sex toy companies are often the first brands to position themselves at the cutting edge of innovation. Here are five devices to test out if you’re looking to become an early adopter—for science, of course.


womanizer

Womanizer
$199.99, lovehoney.com
Though this one’s name makes us squirm a bit (and not in a good way), the Womanizer’s patented “PleasureAir technology” and unique design certainly bring something different to the bedroom. The toy has a silicon tip that fits around the clit, offering a gentle suction that tickles your fancy with no direct stimulation necessary.

jejoue

Je Joue’s G-Kii
$139, babeland.com
Versatility is the name of this vibe’s game. The G-Kii can be used for clit stimulation or penetration, but it’s also great for G-spotting. A button on the side allows you to click it into different degrees of curves, from a gentle bend to a more U-shape that stimulates you inside and out. Plus, this silicone vibe is rechargeable and bathtub-friendly.


Crescendo

MysteryVibe’s Crescendo
$129, mysteryvibe.com
Every body is different, so this London-based company created a product with your individuality in mind. The end result is the Crescendo, a vibrator that comes equipped with six separate motors, a shape you can bend to your heart’s desire, and an app that offers seemingly endless vibe patterns.



8gLux copy Crave’s 8GB Duet Lux
$219 ($349 for 16GB gold-plated model), lovecrave.com
The Duet Lux is a sleek vibe with a two-pronged tip that switches things up a bit. Plus, it’s waterproof, super quiet, and slips right into your USB port to recharge. It also offers on-board data storage, just in case you need a few gigabytes of eye candy to help you get off. 

MBK

Orgasmatronics’ Master Beta Kit
$89, orgasmatronics.com
The Master Beta Kit comes with a bullet vibrator, a circuit board to control it, a USB cable, and batteries to keep it running. Hook it up to your computer and program the speed, vibration patterns, and intensity of the vibe, so you can hack your way to pleasure.

 

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By: Suzannah Weiss

This article originally appeared in the December/January print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today


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