The world's first totally silent vibrator has been invented and it's about time 1 year ago

The world's first totally silent vibrator has been invented and it's about time

FINALLY.

Vibrators are great - everybody knows that.

They're pleasurable, they're fun, and they're a great time killer.

However, the vibrator does have one fatal flaw - it's loud as f*ck.

Whether you spend a tenner or a hundred euro on a sex toy, if it's vibrates, you'll be able to hear it.

Some of them are quiet enough, emitting a low buzzing that could be mistaken for a bee in a far away land.

Others though... others are as loud as commercial lawnmowers which, you know, makes the whole experience ever so slightly less arousing than it should be.

Lucky for us then that the first ever totally silent vibrator has been invented. And it's about time too.

The vibrator has been invented by German company Laviu and it promises to provide a vibrating experience that has both a sleek design and no disturbing noises.

According to the Laviu website, their secret is "a soundless, pulsating surface without any disturbing noises that leads to a more intense body experience. So you can focus on what really matters."

Sounds ideal.

Using the same technology that was used in the solar sail on the Rosetta space probe, the Laviu vibrator pulsates instead buzzing, giving users all of the pleasure with none of the noise.

The Laviu is currently being funded by investors and on Indiegogo. It's already made over €1,00,000 too so it's looking fairly likely that the sex toy will be making its way to the market soon.

We hope, anyway.

You can check out more about the Laviu vibrator, and some of the company's other products, here.