Crave’s Vesper Is A Vibrator That Hides In Plain Sight

In a market filled with many, many, many sex toys, Crave stands out by making vibrators that are not only elegant and discreet, but also multifunctional. For example, Duet, the first vibe it produced, charges through USB and can also be used as a thumb drive.

Now Crave, which raised a $2.4 million Series A last year, has released its newest product, Vesper, a small vibrator that also doubles as a pendant, for those of you who get a thrill from wearing your sex toys. Crave, which was founded by industrial designer Ti Chang and entrepreneur Michael Topolovac, seeks to make sex toys that are discreet without being apologetic.


Like Duet, the multi-speed Vesper is also USB rechargeable and is made from stainless steel. 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).


Vesper is already in production and is currently taking pre-orders on Tilt (the site formerly known as Crowdtilt), starting from $49 for a silver-plated Vesper. Other options include rose gold and 24-karat gold plating. Vibrators are set to ship by early September.