Almost one year ago, when it was brand new, I wrote a Spotlight on the Crave Duet. I loved the idea of the new little vibrator and was very curious about trying one out but never had the chance. Since then, Crave has redesigned the Duet and made some interesting changes.
If you remember, the Crave Duet was a nifty project that I happened upon when it was on ckie.com looking for additional funding. The Duet is a small dual motor vibrator made by a California-based company who designs and assembles the vibrator on site. You all know how I love locally made products. Anyway, after launching the original Crave Duet last year, along with the Duet Lux, Crave took a long hard look at the little vibrator, and after listening to feedback from users, did a revamp.
If you take a look at the Crave blog you can see they actually designed four new tips for the second generation Duet before narrowing down the final product to two. Rather than having the same edge on both tips, as with the first generation, the new Duet has asymmetrical tips. There is now also a wider gap between these two tips. Giving this dual tipped toy two different types of edges should allow it to fit more women much better. Additionally, the new Duet has a wider range of power, with the lowest power setting actually decreased, along with an 25% overall increase in power. Not only did Crave increase the power by 25%, they also added a turbo boost to the steady vibration mode. While I do not have a clit of steel, I always appreciate a significant amount of power in my vibrators, so turbo sounds good to me.
As with the original Crave Duet, the second generation has dual motors with four modes of vibration and four levels of power. It is waterproof and rechargeable and uses your computer’s USB port to charge. The dual motor tips are made of silicone with an electroplated metal base. Not only that, but there are two Lux versions of the Crave Duet that are actual flash drives as well. You can select either 8GB or 16GB of memory in your vibrator. How cool is that? I’m still not sure I would feel comfortable whipping it out in front of my mom, for example, even in the guise of a flash drive, but I would love to have that option.