Review: Duet Vibrator from Crave

Review: Duet Vibrator from Crave

This personal vibrator arrived in a small, tastefully designed, trapezoidal white box. Upon opening, there was an engraved stainless steel pull tab – this immediately got my attention – it was fancy and classy packaging for a vibe, and made a good first impression.  For those anxious to start using this vibe immediately, a Quick Start Guide is printed inside the box.  The vibe itself comes in a sleek black leather case, and comes charged and ready for immediate use.   The Duet has a stainless steel battery portion and then the two silicone-covered tips.  The portions are easily separated to reveal a USB attachment for charging purposes.

Using it:

Since the words “Charged and Ready for Use!” were printed so nicely on the inside cover, I figured I’d take them up on it.   There are three buttons on this little guy, one for off/on and mode changes, and then a plus button and minus button for increasing or decreasing intensity.  Simple enough.  While the buttons are easy to understand, I found myself fuddling around at first trying to find a setting and strength that wasn’t going to demolish my clitoris – this thing packs a punch!  I also found turning it off to be tricky because I had to hold the button down longer than I anticipated, otherwise it would just change the mode and keep on vibrating.  My partner had the same issues with the buttons, too – his fingers even larger and less nimble than mine.  Once we got the hang of the buttons though, it was smooth sailing.  The silicone is super soft and relatively easy to clean up after use.  The Duet is also waterproof when fully assembled, for cleaning or using in the shower.

Review: Duet Vibrator from Crave

The Good:

I love the discreet small size, the sleek design with its clitoris-hugging silicone tips, and the fact that it has a very nice little case to store it in/travel with. Recharging it is a breeze, unless you were born before 1940 and don’t know what a USB port is, and/or you don’t own any modern-day electronics.  It’s ideal for masturbation, of course, but also great for foreplay.  It’s quiet – not silent – but quiet.

The Bad:

The buttons take a bit of getting used to, and it’s generally trial and error with every use, as it doesn’t restore you back to your previous settings when you turn it back on.  It’s got quite a bit of power which doesn’t entirely transfer to just the silicone tips; my hand got frisked just as much as my lady parts.

What’s Unique:

You can have your Duet engraved with a personal message, if you so choose.

Bottom line:

This is the nicest vibe I’ve ever used.  It has a few quirks with buttons which can easily be overlooked because it does everything else right.   It delivers – and that’s what you ultimately want in a high-quality vibrator.

You can purchase the Duet at LoveCrave.com.

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