MysteryVibe to Feature Crescendo Vibrator at Sex Expo New York
“Everybody is unique,” said Soumyadip Rakshit, CEO and co-founder of the London-based MysteryVibe. “That’s why MysteryVibe created Crescendo, the world’s first truly bendable, smart, six-motor vibrator. Simply bend Crescendo to adapt to any body shape and arouse erogenous areas you didn’t know existed.”
Crescendo sells for $179 at MysteryVibe.com.
“Personalize your pleasure with the accompanying free app,” Rakshit said. “Download countless new vibrations or create new ones to ripple through the six powerful, rumbly motors.”
At Sex Expo New York 2017, MysteryVibe will be sharing a booth with Miss VV’s Mystery — a Canadian pleasure products company based in Montreal, Quebec. MysteryVibe will be exhibiting its Miss On the Go vibrator and Kegel exerciser, which Veronique Verreault (founder and president/CEO of Miss VV’s Mystery) said is designed to help women locate and tone their pelvic muscles. Miss On the Go sells for $169 on the company’s official website, MissVVsMystery.com, which is available in English or French.
Sex Expo 2017 attendees are invited to stop by the booth, meet Rakshit and Verreault and discuss their products.
“Loved by experts and users in 55 countries, the Red Dot-winning Crescendo is the ultimate toy for self-discovery and partner play,” Rakshit said, “Make Crescendo yours today.”
In early March, organizers for the Sexual Health Expo (SHE) announced that the bicoastal, biannual event — which has been held in New York City and Los Angeles — was rebranding as Sex Expo. The Brooklyn gathering will Sex Expo’s first on the East Coast since the name change.
Sex Expo’s most recent West Coast event, SHE L.A. 2017, was held at the California Market Center in Downtown Los Angeles on Feb. 4-5.
The Brooklyn Expo Center is located at 72 Noble St., in Brooklyn, N.Y., in the Greenpoint area and is within walking distance of the MTA’s Greenpoint Avenue subway station. To reach the Brooklyn Expo Center from Manhattan, take the G Train.
For more information on the Brooklyn Expo Center, call (718) 775-3315.