Crescendo by MysteryVibe

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When I heard the name I thought it was something for children. And as usual, I hadn’t understood a damn thing.
Crescendo has nothing to do with beautiful, crawling little bundles of joy that grow up. It has more do to with music.
And with rhythm. And with growing vibrations.

Crescendo is a super tech vibrator from Mysteryvibe, a new English brand leading the way in Sextech.
What makes Crescendo different from all the rest? Besides its name, which I would say is already intriguing, it’s the first completely bendable sex toy that adapts to the shape we want.

You know that annoying feeling when you wish your vibrator could be just a bit more curved or slanted? Or when you have to contort yourself in order to get it to hit your most sensitive spots? Good, Crescendo was created precisely to save us from these problems.

It’s the only truly universal vibrator, not only because you can mould it to your liking, but because it can also become a toy to use by yourself or with your partner, whether you’re heterosexual, homosexual, lesbian, bisexual, or whatever—for both men and women.

For those of you who are already super curious or a bit confused, I’ll let you in on some visual aspects.

It’s made from silky, non-toxic and body-safe silicone, responding very well to lubrification. Crescendo has an extremely elastic internal structure that connects its 6 motors. It’s the only vibrator that has all of these motors! Why? Well, because by doing this, the motors are equally distributed throughout the Crescendo, avoiding any uncovered points or areas that don’t vibrate enough!

Let’s face it: with all of these features, I couldn’t wait to try it out! And so, I did. My verdict? 8.

Crescendo is extremely easy to use, with + and – buttons to control the intensity along with ^ arrows to change the mode. But for those of you who don’t want to go and look for buttons and only want to concentrate on pleasure, Crescendo can also be controlled through the app, MysteryVibe, via Bluetooth!

It isn’t like all the other toys—we’ve already understood this. But it isn’t even similar when it comes to its type of vibration. In fact, all of the modes are extremely rhythmic and full of pleasurable pulsations.

And so this is why it’s called ‘Crescendo’, because it’s like a musical melody, pulsing and vibrating rhythmically, increasing the intensity to bring us to orgasm. (Ok, so after having used it, the concept was completely clear!)

I will say, though, that it’s pretty loud. Clearly having 6 powerful motors will make it a bit louder than your average vibrator. But as they say…to each his own. I think you can deal with a bit of buzzing in order to have 6 wonderful motors that vibrate without leaving any area uncovered.

The fantastic thing about Crescendo is that it really is ‘whatever you want it to be’, or better, ‘whatever you want him to be’. Looking at all of the ways to use it, it really is an all-inclusive toy. Great for every occasion!

I’d particularly suggest it to lesbians, because its ends vibrate rhythmically, while increasing and alternating, which would make it perfect for simultaneous penetration when stimulating the G-spot!

To close, I’ll let you in on this: Mysteryvibe, from its perfect Sextech company, wanted to make sure we could use Crescendo with our smartphone all the time. Yeah, the connection was also lost on me, but now that I’ve tried it, I’ve understood.

This discreet little disk is Crescendo’s charger. All you have to do is place it down, connect it to a USB and voilà, he recharges! But the base is powerful enough to even charge a mobile phone. We no longer run the risk of having 2% battery and not being with our beloved vibrator.

So farewell to the quick ‘Adagio’; give yourselves a relaxing ‘Andante’ rhythm with Crescendo!

(Editor in Chief & Co-Founder of pureeros)

“I wish I knew all I’m discovering now about sexuality when I was 20”. I found myself hearing this too many times. When it comes to female sexuality, discovering our bodies, experiencing pleasure, understanding what we like and don't and put ourselves first, so far, taboos has prevailed. Time to change.

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