The Incoqnito Blade Necklace is a discreet pleasure object aimed at sensory play, which is disguised to look similar to a tribal tooth pendant. The pendant is hinged and opens out to reveal a tantalizing, yet harmless, glass blade. This sensory play object is truly simple yet beautiful, and I was enthusiastic to try out the device. I was curious to see how the glass blade compared to using a standard glass toy during sensory play. I also wanted to see how sharp the blade was, and whether or not it would be a safer and more hygienic choice for those into live blades to produce a scratching sensation on the flesh.The necklace arrives in a large black box, with a piece of elastic holding the box shut. The box is discreet, with only the words ‘blade necklace – necklace & sensation instrument’ printed onto a sticker in various languages. I doubt most people would be aware that this item is intended to be a pleasure object; they would treat it like any other jewellery case. Inside the box you will find a suede storage pouch. The pouch has three pockets, so you are able to store the pendant and chain separately, or store the necklace alongside other pieces of jewellery – I guess, if the item is stored among more normal style jewellery, then it would appear less suspect if found. The only downside to the pouch is that it doesn’t have any way of keeping the contents secure – a button or similar would’ve been appreciated. There is a small piece of card, simply stating that to use the toy, unfold it and glide across the skin.