There are plenty of sex toys out there that are shouting about innovation. For most of them, the finished product just can’t live up to its claims. And for some of them, the innovations really just weren’t bothering with. Sometimes, simple toys just give a better orgasm.
But the MysteryVibe Crescendo is something a bit special. It’s an innovative design that has been sorely missing from the sex toy market. A unisex and universal vibrator that can work with almost any type of body. But is it any good?
In this review, we have thoroughly investigated every bend and motor that sets the Crescendo apart. If you like to change things up in the bedroom, the MysteryVibe Crescendo might be just what you need.
What Is The MysteryVibe Crescendo?
The MysteryVibe Crescendo is a vibrator with a difference. And, wow, what a difference it is. The Crescendo is a vibrator that bends. What that means is, you can curl it and curve it to mold to your body, and to your orgasm.
It also comes equipped with six motors, and an app that you can use to create a fully customizable experience.
Whatever else you might want to say about the MysteryVibe Crescendo, you definitely can’t complain about the packaging. The black and gold box is classy, and a little bit mysterious, although with the words “Mystery Vibe” embossed on the front it does still look like a sex toy.
Still, it’s a sturdy box, and it includes a quilted carry case that’s incredibly luxurious. Even if you don’t normally take sex toys on your travels, you’ll want the opportunity to use the case.
The Crescendo is made from smooth, body safe silicone, and it feels like quality. As you bend the vibrator, there’s no worry that it might snap, or might start flopping around.
It also comes with a wireless charging station, which is easy to use and an exciting innovation. A charge port could completely ruin the movement of the design.
There are buttons on the side of the Crescendo that can be used to turn the power up and down, or to cycle through pre-set vibration patterns. Learn where these buttons are before you start playing, to avoid a disappointing realization.
The MysteryVibe Crescendo is also 100% waterproof, and the app is quick to set up before you get started.
Using The MysteryVibe Crescendo
The first time using the Crescendo is an exciting moment. This seems like a sex toy that could be a real game changer, thanks to the total innovation of the bendable shaft. Unfortunately, the MysteryVibe just can’t quite live up to its promise.
First, the bending. Honestly, this feature is fantastic. There’s so much room for experimentation, and the internal joints along the shaft allow you to adapt the Crescendo to suit all kinds of bodies. It can be used for clitoral stimulation, prostate massaging, and even as a cock ring.
And the way it moves is intuitive, so you can adjust the Crescendo as you play, to react to what you’re feeling. We found the movement to be natural, curving like fingers and easy to shape to match your own unique anatomy.
Bending the firm-but-soft Crescendo can feel a bit odd at first, but you quickly get used to it (and get distracted by other things).
If there’s one downside to the movement of the Crescendo, it’s that you can’t lock it into place. So, if you enjoy a strong thrust, you’re probably going to find the Crescendo starts to move about on you.
Which can be incredibly surprising - and not in a good way - when you’re trying to get lost in the moment.
But even with that slight annoyance, the bendable features of the MysteryVibe Crescendo are still an amazing selling point. It adapts to both solo and partner play with ease, and you might find that as you experiment with shape, you can learn more about your own orgasm.
Now, onto the vibrators. This is where MysteryVibe lets itself down. The problem is that the Crescendo sounds too good. It has six motors. That’s right — six. And sixteen power settings. Yep, sixteen.
From that, you expect the Crescendo to be so powerful it blows all other vibrators away.
The reality is, the Crescendo can’t live up to its promise. The power is fine, but it’s more of a light buzz than a deep rumble. And it’s just not enough for what the Crescendo should do.
Although some people will definitely find the Crescendo has more than enough power, if you love a deep vibration, prepare for some disappointment.
And because of the design of the Crescendo, there’s no place to grip without holding a motor. Strangely, a vibe that feels disappointingly weak on your clit can be a strong distraction when it’s in your hand.
To finish on a high note - which a lot of people will, with the Crescendo - the app is excellent. Programmable, easy to use, and incredibly customizable. It also has a range of 30 feet, so it’s good for partner play, even if not for long distance.
With the app, each motor can be individually programmed, so you can create a sensation that’s perfect for you. You can then save your pattern, for future use. There’s also a decent database of ready-made patterns.
Honestly, if you have the time, you can play for ages with the MysteryVibe Crescendo and build yourself up to a (more than) decent orgasm. Make sure to use water based lubricant when you play.
The MysteryVibe Crescendo is 100% waterproof, so it’s very easy to clean. Rinse it in warm and soapy water, and it should clean up quickly.
Should You Buy The MysteryVibe Crescendo?
If you haven’t had much time to experiment with sex toys, there are some real positives to the MysteryVibe Crescendo. You can discover ways to bend the shaft of the Crescendo that will open your eyes to new types of stimulation, and it’s also a good choice for variable partner play.
But if you love a strong vibration, the Crescendo is lacking. Keep it on your radar, and hopefully they’ll improve the power soon.
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