Consult this practical guide to determine the right vibrator style for your personal needs. With mostly women that work in the shop, vibrators are always a favorite topic; and something we are passionate about. The following accounts are based off personal experience giving a potential customer peace of mind about the validity of the information herein.




Realistic Vibrators

Realistic Vibrators

Beginning with a style that hardly needs an introduction, we'll focus more on the material used and how they affect the quality of your experience.

For anyone looking for realism, choose the Cyberskin, UR3 or Futurotic sex toy materials. On the side of the page, simply click the name of the material to filter by and only these will show up. They may seem pricey, but these are very high quality. The closest thing to a real sexual encounter costs more, but it is worth it in the end.

One of the most common reasons women purchase penis vibrators is to experience what it feels like to have sex with a huge, well endowed man. Here is one way to experience this naughty fantasy.

 



G-spot Vibrators

G-spot Vibrators

Many women bow down to the power of the g-spot orgasm. The feeling of the muscle clenching originating from deep inside radiates all over your body, quite the opposite sensation from a clitoral orgasm.

The g-spot, often located about 2-3 inches up inside the vagina facing the belly. Women who do not think they have a g-spot might be searching to high. Contrary to popular belief, it is very shallow. You will know you have hit the spot when you feel a foamy patch, and may make you feel the need to urinate.

Several different curved styles are available. A popular choice is one with a 45 degree angle and a thinner shaft, this way all the focus is on the g-spot rubbing, not the big diameter taking away some of your attention. Of course, personal preference prevails, and other women love a thick feel plus erotic internal massage. Why not try both?

 




Rabbit Vibrators

Rabbit Vibrators

The most widespread and popular sex toy for women - of which we completely agree. It is nice to see media attention on these because they are awesome. Furthermore, technology loves rabbit vibrators, everything from beads to gyrating heads and multi function controls are available. It is easy to filter each feature by looking on the right side of the menu on the product list page and clicking your desired feature.

The rabbits head sits on the clitoris while the ears sit over the clitoris up past the hood. Alternatively, the split ears can support the clitoris inside the little V shaped groove while the head makes no body contact at all. This will also affect the placement of the beads.

Not all vibes have the rabbit ears. Other designs are available to treat the clitoris in a different manner. Choose a long slender stimulator for a light teasing feel or a blunt rounded shape for more direct vibration.






Gyrating Vibrators

Gyrating Vibrators

To understand how a vibrator gyrates, we need to look into the anatomy of the motor.

A vibrator's motor has a small weight on one side. When it spins on the axis, the motion creates vibration. A gyrating vibrator has a much larger weight that swings on a similar axis making it "thump" as the motor spins rather than vibrate. Offering a very different feel, it is much less intense, more bass-like with a vicious tossing feel rather than a tingling feel.

Women who find vibrations annoying (it's true, some do!) reach only for a gyrating vibe to do the trick.





Plastic Vibrators

Plastic Vibrators

Plastic has lots of good things going for it. They are cheap, powerful and can be formed into a stunning assortment of shapes. Consequently, they are the most noisy of all. 

For good g-spot vibration, choose plastic. The solid plastic is the best at rubbing your magical spot with enough pressure. Anything else will bend backwards.

Speaking of the firmness, these can also double as clitoral simulators for foreplay with your partner. The non-phallic form is also a desired feature for some as plastic is often a hesitant woman's first vibrator.





Latex Vibrators

Latex Vibrators

We suggest latex vibrators for women with tight budgets, lots of bang for your buck here. They are soft, often able to flex as needed. Latex is a thin rubber, the entire vibrator cannot be made from it. Usually it is a memory foam-like core with a latex cover.

They are very quiet, the foam muffles the noise as it travels outwards additionally they tend to be mild in intensity again with the foam absorbing the same vibration waves. A subtle smooth massaging feeling, never tingling or overpowering.

Latex is porous, so proper cleaning is essential. Wash with antibacterial hand soap and water after every use and rinse before to remove dust. After a few months or years depending on the dryness of your climate, the latex can develop open pores, which look like little holes forming in the surface. Luckily the cheap price makes these concerning to replace.



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