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Types of Vibrator and How to Choose

 

 

VIBRATOR TYPES AND HOW TO CHOOSEHere at Sexy Time Toy Zone we pride ourselves on not just bringing you the best site or toy articles. We like to inform and advise you to the best of our knowledge on all matter relating to sex and adult fun. With that in mind we bring you this guide on the different types of  vibrator and how to choose. We hope it can help you pick your next or indeed your first vibrator if that is the case.

Most people rush into choosing a vibrator usually because they are embarrassed to do their research; or even to ask in a shop what the different types are for or can do. The team here at STTZ would like to ease away some of those fears, helping you make an informed choice; in the hope that your first foray into using a vibrator isn’t a bad experience.

What to Consider when Choosing a Vibrator

There are plenty of factors involved when purchasing a vibrator, these can include price, quality and in most cases the size. Now these factors are not your lot, there are many more but what we hope to do is guide you through this and pre-empt any questions you may have. Firstly, we will look at the areas of stimulation. Secondly, we will approach the different options available; with regards to information such as battery type, waterproofing etc. Lastly, we will look at the different types of vibrator available.

Anal types of vibratorTypes of Vibrator Stimulation

When it comes to stimulation, there are so many areas across the male and female body that can be stirred up by the simplest of touches. Then, when you add in the vibrations from a vibrator, it only intensifies those sensations to a higher level. The main areas of stimulation are anal, the g-spot, clitoris and vagina. You can look at specifically designed vibrators such as the Taboom Vibrating Butt Plug over at Pabo for just £15.95. This is designed specifically for anal stimulation, with a rounded narrow smooth shaft with its flared base plate; making it easy to insert and stay in place without feeling uncomfortable.

Expensive vibrators

Things to think about when Choosing your Vibrator

If you are the type of person to research your next sex toy, then you need to consider details such as the size or thickness of the shaft on the vibrator. Does it make noise or is it silent, obviously silent is always best; but there are those out there that prefer their sex toys to be as noisy as they are. Waterproof toys are always a plus point in the books of the team here, as we love a bit of bathroom playtime.

Buying for your Budget

But the big issue for all people is price, so you’ll be glad to know that there are vibrators available from as low as a few pound; if you know where to look and don’t mind paying for inexpensive products. Or, you can pay through the nose for one like the Lelo Inez, which is a 24-karat gold vibrator with 8 settings and is rechargeable too. Of course, for the price of £10,000 you would probably expect incredible orgasms and when we can afford one we’ll let you know.

Different Types of Vibrators

Most people that buy vibrators are women and statistics have shown that over 65% of women have or have had a vibrator at one point in their lives! The sex toy is an important part in a healthy woman’s sex life and you need to make the right choices.

carvaka sex toysNow when it comes to types of vibrators this is where it gets tricky. Do you buy a g-spot massager, a wand, a rabbit vibrator, go classic or go for the designer look and feel? Let alone deciding on whether to have a realistic looking shaped shaft, or something designed to look like an instrument of torture; delight, we mean delight. There’s also some products that you mould and customize for every use, like the Dodil. Well, fear not for we are going to quickly show you a range of vibrators that we think you will love and enjoy.

We will start off with the clitoral stimulator type and we have found a little peach for you at Carvaka Sex Toys, with the aptly named Satisfyer Pro 2 Clitoral and Nipple sucking vibrator. Let’s face it, you are squirming around a little just reading the name of it, aren’t you? The Satisfyer is designed to provide sucking action on your most delicate parts. It has 11 different settings and also enables you to go hands free once in place. It is usb rechargeable and waterproof too, and is an amazing £49.99, so ideal if you’re new to the sex toy world.

Multi Tool Vibrator Kits

multi tool vibrator typesNext, we head to Ann Summers for a delightful little wand vibrator kit. Wands can be such a great addition to any sex toy box, but this one in particular is a great starter toy. It comes with a selection of interchangeable heads. This means you are in effect getting 3 vibrators for the price of 1 which is always a bonus in our books. Here we have the Climax Wand and Attachment Gift Set, which is slightly more expensive at £80, but remember it has three attachments meaning three toys in one.  The different heads offer a curved rabbit style, graduated bead and textured round heads. Each one designed to mimic a different style of vibrator. So, with this wand you are essentially turning it into a an anal stimulator or a clitoral stimulator; excellent!

Simple Vibrators

The g-spot is a place of confusion for most men, it can even be elusive for some women too. However, given the right tools it should make things a lot easier. g-spot vibratorEnter the First Time Softee Pleaser Vibrator from Adultshop, which is a tailored sex toy and is designed to hit the g-spot every time. With its tapered tip ideal for g-spot stimulation, you will feel the vibrations all the way from tip to base with this sex toy. It can also be used for clitoral stimulation as well, so again multi-function at its best. The veined and ribbed soft sleeve is removable, so if you want the classic vibe feel instead; you can do that too and all for $34.95.

Dual Stimulation

Watch out for that ‘wascally wabbit’ and no we don’t mean Bugs Bunny, we mean the amazing Bondara branded Thrusting Pearl Vibrator. rabbit type vibratorsThis type of vibrator will have you bunny hopping from room to room, as not only does it have the pre-requisite bunny ears for clitoral stimulation it goes one step further. It also has rotating beads in the head of the vibe as well as the fact that the shaft actually thrusts up and down as well. Once you have had this toy you will never want to change it, and it’s a mere £25; so why not grab a backup once you’ve worn the first one out.

Vibrator Accessories and Keeping it Clean

Before we leave you wanting for more, always remember whatever sex toy or vibrator you decide to purchase; you will always need to keep it clean and safe. So be sure to stock up on your extras like sex toy cleaners, batteries and even lubes if you need them. Each of the sites all have their own offers on Sexcessories, so be sure to take a peek before you check out.

We hope this has been of some use to you, whether you are buying your own very first vibrator or you are looking to purchase for someone else. We love to hear from our readers, so do please let us know what you buy and how it has gone on our social media pages. As for us, we are off to add the Bondara Pearl and the Climax Wands to our wishlist and hope someone treats us.

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