Last Updated on: 30th March 2016, 09:57 am
It’s been a while since we’ve been able to write about any sort of strange USB contraption. But today’s the day, and ladies, this one’s for you.
A team of designers from San Francisco has developed a USB stick that doubles as a vibrator. Or maybe it’s a vibrator that doubles as a USB stick. I’m not entirely sure. But it apparently functions as both of those things,and as of sometime in October, you’ll be able to get one.
Made of body-safe silicone and metal, the Duet is designed for the female body. With dual motors, it can deliver powerful and precise vibration exactly where you want it. The tip, inside edges, and outside edges provide slightly different intensities so that you can customize your pleasure!
Compact & Discreet
The Duet’s compact size, discreet shape, and included leather pouch make it ideal for mobility. Tuck it in with your makeup bag, and you’re good for pleasure on-the-go.
The women we interviewed all agreed: noisy is not okay. The Duet’s dual motors manage to be virtually silent without skimping on power, which helps you keep your private time private.
The Duet contains 4 vibration modes and 5 power levels so that you can customize the experience with the perfect intensity.
When we say that this toy is completely waterproof, we mean it. Not only is it fully submersible in a bathtub, the Duet is waterproof to more than 3 meters.
No Batteries, No Cords, No Hassle
The Duet’s USB connector plugs right into your computer to recharge. If you choose the 8GB model, it can also serve as the world’s sexiest flash drive. What kind of data will you store on your vibrator?
– Phthalate-free & body-safe silicone
– USB rechargeable
– Completely waterproof
– Virtually silent
– 4 vibration modes & 5 power levels
– Up to 4 hours of continuous use
– Genuine leather pouch included
– 4.55” x 1.08” x 0.48” (11.6 x 2.7 x 1.23 cm)
I’m not ashamed to admit that the immature part of me (translation: Pretty much all of me) got a kick out of this snip from a story about the project and its funding.
“The initial drive behind making it a USB device was the ease of charging and ease of travel, but it became clearly fairly early on that we could add storage to it,” Crave’s Michael Topolovac told news.com.au.
“A very common response was: ‘Wow, this is cool, I can store my content on this!'”
Content…that’s one word for what’s going to wind up being on it, sure.
If anybody buys one, I’d love to hear your thoughts. My main curiosities are how well does it work, and how many weird comments do you get per day about the memory stick you seem to be quite fond of?