Celebrate a V-day of a different sort this Saturday at Babeland Brooklyn. The Park Slope pleasure shop is hosting a Build-A-Vibe workshop. It takes about 20 minutes to assemble the discreet device, and the workshop is a special event with the San Francisco-based sex-toy startup, Crave, which co-founders Ti Chang and Michael Topolovac launched two years ago through a crowd-funding campaign. All Crave’s toys are made here in the States, and thoughtfully crafted through what Topolovac calls a “considered design” process–there’s no over-the-top elements or crazy bright colors, as the duo prefers to keep things satisfyingly simple. Today and tomorrow are the first workshops Crave’s conducted in NYC. Each attendee will be building their Duet model vibrator, which is designed with a similar power technology as an iPhone; rechargeable up to 500 times using a USB port; and waterproof up to 100 feet, just incase you were curious. The workshop is usually $149 (the cost of the Duet), but tomorrow’s event is 20% off and expected to sell out, so make sure to RSVP.