Make your own vibrator

Do it, yourself.

A make-your-own vibrator kit, designed to introduce the basics of electronics, hardware and customisable pleasure.

Learn electronics.

An educational product with a very functional outcome, that can be enjoyed beyond the assembly process.

Get creative.

The modular-style casing lets you customise every step of the way, because not everybody likes the same thing.

Enjoy.

An assembled kit is hackable, customizable and a great starting point for anyone wanting to learn.

Release coming soon.

Sign up to be on the preorder list now!

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Workshops now running.

Check out the dates below!

Workshops

March 23 2019
School of Machines, Making and Make Believe
Berlin, Germany
March 24 2019
School of Machines, Making and Make Believe
Berlin, Germany
Coming soon
Workshops in London and Amsterdam coming soon!
Europe
Want us to run a workshop with you? Contact us here

About

Touchy-Feely Tech is a creative technology studio working at the intersection of electronic hardware, art and education.

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FAQ

Where can I buy a kit?

They aren’t available just yet! We are currently trialling the kits in a series of workshops across Europe, so to get your hands on one you’ll have to sign up for a workshop. We are working towards releasing the kits to buy online soon - to be the first to know, you can sign up to our pre-order list or follow us.

Is it safe to use?

We use body-safe materials for the casing, lead-free solder and components, and if assembled correctly the product is totally safe to assemble and use.

But won’t I electrocute myself?

With correct assembly, the electronics are completely safe to be handled, and the provided case creates a safe distance between you and the electronics!

Who is this for?

Anyone who wants to make, customise, and enjoy their own vibrator. Our mission is to get more people excited about building their own hardware, encouraging wider representation across tech fields in the process.

Who made the images for this website?

Illustrations: Stephanie Unger, Photography: Annie Van-Noortwijk and Alice Stewart, originally for Oh Comely Magazine. Website: Joseph Pleass.