we believe it will be very popular, especially around season gift periods like Christmas and Valentines as well as birthdays and bachelorette parties.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 24, 2011
TheAdultToyShoppe.com have announced that they will be quick to snap up the new USB vibrator when it becomes available from San Francisco based start up, Crave.
The company went onto crowd-funding site CKIE to raise money and have already exceeded their funding goal with more than $85,000 pledged and a few days still to go at the time of writing.
News of the gadget will delight retailers of sex toys and users alike as these products become more and more mainstream.
According to a recent report in by respected analysts Hewson Group, sales of sex toys have been held back in the past due to an association with the sleazy, male-dominated pornography industry.
Research has found that in the next ten years, the number of 'pleasure goods' will increase to 400 million globally and sex toys are set to rival even smart phones.
Crave, the company behind the Duet, has identified a gap in the market for a product they describe as “Discreet, Compact Luxury Vibe” that will appeal to the discerning woman.
The Duet's designer, Ti Chang, questions why "products in this space are so bad." in her promotional video. "The mere idea of buying a vibrator involves not only cheap, nasty products, but a trip to an "icky" X-rated store", she explained.
The Duet is made from a combination of body-safe silicone and metal and has been designed for the female body. Featuring dual motors, it delivers powerful and precise vibration exactly where you want it. It has a “V” angled surface designed for precise stimulation and the surrounding flat surface is designed to stimulate the area around the clitoris. The tip delivers the most intense vibration.
Jamie Platt, a spokesman for The Adult Toy Shop, a purveyor of adult toys, said "We are very interested in the product and are following it's development progress closely because we believe it will be very popular, especially around season gift periods like Christmas and Valentines as well as birthdays and bachelorette parties.
The Duet has already proved popular with the press having been featured by the large tech and news sites, including Fox News and CNET.