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Congratulations! You've taken a step toward better sexual health by opening this guide to female vibrators. We created it because we knew that the world of adult toys might be a little scary, and we wanted soloists and couples to be confident about their choice of toys. So before you buy it, here's what you should know about the vibrator.
Firstly, the vibrator has various shapes and sizes. The most suitable vibrator for women also has many special functions, which almost everyone likes. More likely, there is a design in your head.
Vibrating Egg and Bullet Vibrator
When you need something very cautious
Vibrating eggs and bullet vibrators are small but powerful. These women's toys are great for first-time buyers, as well as those who want to carry something with them while traveling, or even slip away in their wallets. Their proportions also make them easy to control.
How to use it
They are designed to stimulate the clitoris, although some egg vibrators can be inserted. Find someone who can reach your own entertainment center.
A bullet atmosphere with a remote control allows you to control it by hand, or you can hand it over to a partner.
When you want a powerful multitasking
If you've seen Sex and the City on TV, you've probably heard of this vibrator (remember when women had to intervene to take it off Charlotte and wake her up). The name of the rabbit vibrator comes from two ears protruding from the shaft. These ears tickle the clitoris, while the axis penetrates the vagina and hits the G-spot. Some even have anal appendages. Because it stimulates multiple points at the same time, many people think it is one of the best vibrators for women.
How to use it
Most models have different modes of velocity, vibration and pulsation, so you can start slowly and then build to a climax. Before you're ready, you don't even need to insert it. Try to insert it from the itchy ear to the clitoris, and then close to orgasm.
In order to get a greater sense and a more realistic sense, look for an inserting and rotating vibrator. Some can even heat themselves to increase sensory dimensions.
When you want to push your button
As its name implies, a G-spot vibrator’s curved head is designed to reach the area of the vagina that’s especially dense with nerve endings.
How to Use
After you’re warmed up, slowly slip it inside your vagina and feel around. A couple centimeters in, you should feel a sudden jolt of stimulation.
Some models have bumps and ridges for extra pleasure.
When you want to use it with a partner
Couples vibrators stimulate your clitoris and G-spot at once, while simultaneously boosting pleasure for a male partner during penetrative sex.
How to Use
It’s meant to be inserted along with the penis during sex. If you’re having trouble making both fit, use a lubricant—just make sure it won’t damage the toy. Our guide to lubricantscan help you find the best one.
Look for a wireless remote, multiple vibration modes, or a rotatable outer arm to boost pleasure multiple ways.
What makes a good vibrator?
Look for something nonporous, something labeled body-safe, and something that’s easy to clean. Silicone is all three, though it can't be used with silicone lubricants. If you prefer silicone lubricants, shop for a vibrator made from glass, stainless steel, or nontoxic hard plastic.
Pro Tip: If you're shopping on a budget, toys made of porous substances, such as thermoplastic rubber (TPR), PVC, latex, or jelly rubber, are generally cheaper. Slip a condom over a porous toy for extra safety.
Look for multiple speeds/vibrations/pulsations to help build momentum and fine-tune your experience. Variety makes it easier to confidently take a chance on a new toy, and it might keep you from getting bored with it over time.
Look for a personal vibrator that has a whisper-quiet or silent motor, especially if you live with roommates or have thin walls. Few vibrators are completely silent, so try turning it on and then leaving the room before using it if you want to be sure the noise doesn’t travel.
Look for a waterproof model if you like the idea of using a vibrator in the shower or bath. Make sure the product details say it’s “submersible.” Submersible vibrators have a special seal to ensure the battery stays dry, and they can generally be used up to a depth of about 3 feet.