These wearable sex toys double as fashionable rings

They’re not unlike modern jewelry you’d find at Zales or Kay

Crave's Vesper Tease doubles as a ring

CRAVE, a personal pleasure company known for its wearable sex toys has unveiled two new products called the Vesper Touch and Tease. Designed to look like fashion-forward jewelry rings, rather than a sex toy, these wearable vibrators are the culmination of nearly a decades’ worth of research and engineering. They also make for a great conversation starter.

Crafted from silicone and stainless steel, both the Vesper Touch and Tease resemble elegant rings,  not unlike modern jewelry you’d find at Zales or Kay. Upon closer inspection, however, you’ll see there’s more than meets the eye. This isn’t actually CRAVE’s first foray into wearable sex toys – they released their iconic Vesper vibrator necklace back in 2014.

Despite the tiny form factor for the new Touch and Tease, CRAVE says its eight years of R&D has enabled the company to produce a vibrator that’s not only wearable but also has a variable speed motor that’s more powerful than those many times its size.

CRAVE has made a name for itself by creating pleasure products that aren’t meant to be hidden away in some dark drawer but proudly worn. Or as the company put it, products that make customers feel “empowered to openly embrace their innate desire for pleasure, without shame or stigma.” Crave also made waves back in January when they brought their “Build a vibe” van to CES.

Crave also made waves back in January when they brought their "Build a vibe" van to CES
Crave also made waves back in January when they brought their “Build a vibe” van to CES

Both the Touch and Tease are waterproof, rechargeable via USB, they can accommodate 12 different ring sizes, and they’re available in silver or gold. Unfortunately, there’s no word on an exact release date but they should be available sometime soon.

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