Eyeglasses. Pens. It's a time-honored tradition to hang things you're likely to lose around your neck. And while that list doesn't generally include sex toys, there's no reason it can't: Meet the Vesper, a beautiful plated vibrator that you can wear like a necklace.

Now available for preorder starting at just $49, the Vesper is a sleek stainless steel pendant that vibrates when you hit a button.

In looks, it appears more like a vial you wear around your neck than a sex toy, but although vaguely phallic in shape, the Vesper is for external use only.

Waterproof, rechargeable by USB, and available in three colors including silver, rose, and 24 karat gold, the Vesper will start shipping in September.

You can even get your Vesper engraved: The vibrator's makers suggest Charles Eames's famous quote, "Take your pleasure seriously."

The Vesper is designed by Crave, a San Francisco based company that believes that sex toys should be as beautifully designed as any of the other objects we are intimate with, both physically and mentally, in our lives.

With the Vesper, Crave wants to make the humble vibrator every bit as acceptable a piece of tech to wear in public as a FitBit, Nike+ Fuelband, or -- at worst! -- Google Glass.

In a world in which sex toys are all too often look like floppy jellyfish or relics of 80's Soviet Engineering, that's a laudable enough goal. But putting a Charles Eames quote on the side of a vibrator you wear around your neck might be taking things a bit far.

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The Vesper Is A Vibrator You Wear Around Your Neck

In a world where sex toys look like relics of Soviet engineering, the Vesper wants to be beautiful.

Eyeglasses. Pens. It's a time-honored tradition to hang things you're likely to lose around your neck. And while that list doesn't generally include sex toys, there's no reason it can't: Meet the Vesper, a beautiful plated vibrator that you can wear like a necklace.

Currently available as a $50 pre-order, the Vesper is a sleek stainless steel pendant that vibrates when you hit a button. In looks, it appears more like a vial you wear around your neck than a sex toy. And though vaguely phallic in shape, the Vesper is for external use only.

Waterproof, USB rechargable, and available in three colors including silver, rose, and 24 karat gold, the Vesper will start shipping in September. You can even get your Vesper engraved with custom text: The vibrator's makers suggest Charles Eames's famous quote, "Take your pleasure seriously."

The Vesper is designed by Crave, a San Francisco based company that believes that sex toys should be as beautifully designed as any other object we are intimate with—mentally and physically—in our lives. Crave wants to make the humble vibrator every bit as acceptable a piece of tech to wear in public as a FitBit, Nike+ Fuelband, or—at worst!—Google Glass.

"Many have created a vibrator that fails as quality jewelry or a gimmicky pendant with underwhelming vibration," Crave writes. We've made sure that Vesper can truly do both in the most elegant and considered way. We believe that you can have it all."

In a world in which sex toys are all too often look like floppy jellyfish or relics of 1980s Soviet engineering, that's a laudable enough goal. But putting a Charles Eames quote on the side of a vibrator you wear around your neck might be taking things a bit far.

[h/t DesignTaxi]

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  • I'm surprised at the comments on the FB post for this article and a couple more below that are against this. If it's not for you, it's not for you. But the need to say it's gross or you'd laugh at someone you saw wearing it; or that a woman wearing it is a "certain type" of "wench" (seen on FB comments) is, I mean, come on. Puritanism is not a religion anymore. And grow up.

    Here's the deal from my perspective: Taking away its functionality this is a very chic, minimalist design that is actually fashionable. I'd wear it and buy it if it were only a necklace. Love the free engraving option as well, for any piece of jewelry that's a bonus. I see the vibrator option as a fun extra. Like, why not? Realizing the majority of people who see you with this (the vast majority) will see it as a necklace, you can keep its use your secret, share it with your SO, have a fun inside joke about it...I just don't see a downside here.

  • Jenn June

    I am all for expressing sexuality, but I would TOTALLY laugh at any woman who wore this out. What exactly is the point? What is the intent of outwardly showcasing such a device?

  • Andy Andresen

    Great name, great product, great branding.

    So I click to see the video.

    And I see an attractive lady - but she is mumbling all the time, speaks extremely fast and unarticulated. Then I see hands that show a lot of stress, nails that look badly damaged, and the beautifully designed product is shown much too fast - and I see all of this in HD quality.

    I stresses me to watch it, sorry.

    What a poor job for such a great product!