How To Buy Your First Vibrator

Buying Your First Vibrator

While we wish that buying your first vibrator was on the list of required items for your first semester of college it isn’t. It’s scary, and we know it can be super overwhelming.

After all, they sometimes look like cactus’, sometimes look like actual human body parts, and a lot of times has materials and items in it that you’ve never heard of.

Take solace in knowing you are not alone. Seriously, everyone who owns a vibrator has had to buy their first vibrator at one point, and that was a super daunting task. Here are our top five tips on how to buy your first vibrator.

Tip #1:  Vibration Feels Great and is Super safe

Here’s the truth- vibration feels excellent. While we may have some preconceived notions that vibration is something that can desensitize you and bring on the evil spirits, it’s not true.

Vibrators will not ruin you or sex life. They’ll enhance your experiences with your partners because you’ll have a better idea what feels right for you.

When buying your first vibrator, we recommend looking for one that has a rumbly motor over stingy.

What do we mean by rumbly? In the sex toy world, we refer to the feelings as motors as rumbly or stingy.

Stingy is precisely how it sounds and will most closely resemble your electric toothbrush. Put it up to your nose, and you’ll find yourself wanting to sneeze. Typically they have a high pitched and very annoying sound to them.

How To Buy Your First Vibrator 2Rumbly vibrators have a deeper vibration that you can feel in your hand, and you can see it when they move back and forth in your hand instead of jumping around like a frog.

Our favorite rumbly toy on the market is hands down the Tango by We-Vibe. It’s simple, compact, rechargeable, and hands has the best shape for clitoral toys.

 

Tip #2: Materials Matter

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Be a material girl in this material world. Seriously materials in your sex toys matter. After all, this is going near one of the most sensitive areas on your body.

We recommend buying your toys from a reputable source (like us!) and avoiding any third party sites where there is a lot of knock-offs claiming they are the real thing.

Since you want a safe vibrator, you should make sure the material is either 100% silicone or 100% ABS plastic.

Both of these materials are body safe and nonporous and get safety bonus points because the medical field also uses silicone and ABS.

Tip #3: Have Fun With Different Shapes and Sizes

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When buying your first vibrator, we always recommend trusting your instinct and choosing the one that looks the best to you. After all, it’s all about your enjoyment.

Experiment between dual-motor toys, external toys, or internal toys. Avoid feeling like you need to achieve some orgasm but instead enjoy the journey and have fun.

Dual-motor toys are everyone’s favorite one because it’s a good bang for the buck. You get two motors, one for internal play and one for external play, for the price of one toy! Our favorite beginner toy is Climax Rabbit because she’s affordable, water-proof, and has an extra strong motor in the clitoral area.

External toys are a great way to start if you are nervous about inserting somhow to buy your first vibrator 6ething. Unsure of where to start? Grab something affordable like the Anytime, Anyplace Vibrator. It’s waterproof, rechargeable and under $33!

 

 

 

Internal toys are a great first-time option because you can use them internally or externally. You’ll want to look for something with a hard sensation to it since people typically respond to pressure internally more than vibration.

How to Buy Your First Vibrator 8Also pro-tip: anything curved will be great for hitting that G-spot!  The Je Joue G Spot Bullet Vibrator is the perfect shape for a beginner and is very quiet. Plus it’s rechargeable and waterproof!

 

Tip #4: Lube It Up Babe!

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Lube might be the best thing you do for your sex life. Any time you decrease friction you increase pleasure. When you are buying your first vibrator you want to stick with a water-based lube. Since your body absorbs water you want to choose a lube that is paraben and glycerine free like Sliquid Satin.  

When trying to find the best lube for your body we recommend buying small sizes and testing them out on the inside of your wrist to make sure you are not allergic to any of the materials.

 

Tip #5: Feel It In Person

How To Buy Your First Vibrator

We could give you all the reviews in the world and praises for brands but the truth is the only person you can trust when it comes to your pleasure is yourself. Stop into a shop and ask someone to pull out their favorite vibrators for a first-time buyer. Make sure to ask the sales representative about the toy materials and give them a feel for the motor. Trust your instinct when picking out the shape and don’t forget the lube!

 

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