MysteryVibe Crescendo Bluetooth customizable vibrator review

5 Responses

  1. Jay says:

    I love negative reviews, which may be weird, but I find them generally more creatively written and I like that at the end of the review I don’t have an urge to spend money I don’t have on a toy I don’t need.
    As you note, the marketing for the Crescendo was really bad. In my mind, the “truly unisex” vibrator claim implies that MysteryVibe believed vibes were only used by cis women, which a sex toy company should know isn’t true. I wish all companies would tone down their marketing claims and instead focus on designing a great product.

  2. G says:

    “Why does this exist?” is one of the best things I’ve read in a toy review.

  3. G says:

    Another treasure is this: I’d get more satisfaction from feeling a tingle in my nose and suddenly having the urge to sneeze vanish.

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