The world's only bendable G-spot vibrator is a game-changer—and on sale

Check out the award-winning MysteryVibe gadget

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Poco touts a very prestigious title: the world's only bendable G-spot vibrator. Considering the MysteryVibe gadget is the first of its kind, it's an app-controlled vibrator you might strongly want to consider adding to your collection.

As you might have expected, the benefits abound. Akin to fingers, the toy's eight preset vibes, 16 intensities and two anatomically-placed motors practically write the book on orgasms. Plus, it's small, compact and perfect for pairing up with a partner. (MysteryVibe strongly recommends letting your partner play with the controls while you reap the rewards.) 

Like many of our favorite summer gadgets, Poco is a waterproof sex toy that encourages adding an aquatic element to your adventures, which seems like an exciting way to reset your sex life and spice things up...while simultaneously cooling down. Now that Poco is $30 off, we're taking it as an excuse to add a little sexiness to our online shopping spree. 

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Expect precise G-spot stimulation with Poco's two anatomically placed motors, eight preset vibes and 16 intensities. It's a small, smart waterproof, USB chargeable device that 



Make a purchase, give Poco a whirl and soak up that euphoric after-sex glow. Considering the secret to great sex is pleasing yourself while solo—science says—why not take the sale as an opportunity to partake in some TLC? It's the perfect way to heat things up when you add a lover to the mix.

When all is said and done, we strongly, strongly recommend you read our guide to cleaning sex toys, as the seemingly easy task often goes undone. 

"Cleaning your sex toys before and after helps to prevent infections, as bacteria can linger if they aren’t washed regularly," says Alexandra Fine, a sexologist and the CEO of Dame Products (opens in new tab).

Hop to it, folks!

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