When playing with yourself, fingers can surely get the job done. However, some may need some pleasure tools to fully immerse themselves in the sensations, such as a vibrator. As the name implies, a vibrator is a sex toy that vibrates. Depending on the type, you can insert a vibrator in your vagina or rub it in your external erogenous zones, such as the clitoris. The vibrating motion stimulates your erotic spots in ways that fingers can't do. This is why if you want a quick orgasm fix, a vibrator is one of the common love toys that people recommend.
If you've been checking on vibrators for women in our shop, you probably are familiar with this love toy. But for those who've just heard about this device from a close friend or from a sex educator online, we've got a quick refresher.
Vibrators are motored sex toys designed to send vibrations to one's pleasure zones. There's no concrete physiological explanation yet as to why our bodies enjoy vibrations--- it simply feels damn good, especially when vibrations come in contact with sensitive erogenous zones, such as the clitoris, nipples, and glans penis.
It comes in various shapes, sizes, materials, and features. There's one for everyone, so if you have a particular vibrator in mind, there's probably a sex toy company or manufacturer that has launched it. Whether you prefer vaginal, anal, or clitoral stimulation, vibrators for women can help you with stimulating that area.
High-powered vibrators, such as wand massagers, can also be multipurpose. Instead of a device solely for sexual stimulation, these vibrators can also work as body massagers, which they're designed to be; it just so happened that sexual wellness experts discovered an additional purpose for this device.
If you're looking for a pleasure device that's highly effective, reliable, and comes in various designs, a vibrator is definitely a must in your sex toy collection. Scroll above to see our wide selection of vibrators for women.
As mentioned earlier, vibrators for women come in different shapes, sizes, and functions. The selection is incredibly huge that some women may get overwhelmed when choosing their pleasure toy. But before you fret, keep in mind that vibrators are categorized into three distinct groups and divided into 16 types.
The first category is internal vibrators, designed for vaginal and anal stimulation. The types under this category are classic vibrators, egg vibrators, vibrating dildos, g-spot vibrators, anal vibrators or vibrating butt plugs, and prostate massagers.
The second category is external vibrators, designed to be pressed against your outer erogenous zones, such as the clitoris, perineum, and nipples. Vibrator types are mini vibrators, finger vibrators, wand massagers, clitoral vibrators, ben wa balls, cock rings, and panty vibrators.
Last but definitely not least are the multifunction vibrators, which are vibrators that both stimulate the external and internal erogenous zones. The vibrators under this list are rabbit vibrators and couple vibrators.
The classic vibrator is one of the earlier types of this sex toy and is still now a sought vibrator type in the market. It comes with a sleek shaft, making it easy to insert and remove in the vagina. Some tips may be tapered or slim, and some classic vibrators have additional texture. You can use both internal and external stimulation, though it is more leaning on the inner side.
A love egg or egg vibrator, as the name implies, is an egg-shaped vibrator. To use it, you'll need to apply lubricant to the device and gently insert it into your vagina. It's specially built for g-spot stimulation as it usually can only be inserted 2-4 inches deep in the vagina. Most love egg models have a remote control or are app-controlled for easier use. If you like g-spot stimulation but don't want deep penetration, go for this one.
A mini vibrator is another bestselling type of vibrator for women. It's usually bullet-shaped and has a single button for all functions. But don't underestimate this one, as the vibrations still pack a punch and are great for clitoral stimulation. Some mini vibrators also have discreet designs, such as USB flash drives or lipsticks. If you're new to vibrators or want a travel-friendly type, check this one out.
Also known as a magic wand massager, a wand vibrator comes with a long handle and round vibrating tip. They're actually the most powerful type of vibrator as they weren't technically designed for sexual stimulation; they were built to massage various tension points in your body. This is why if you're just starting out with vibrators, don't purchase a wand massager yet; you might get overstimulated with the incredibly powerful vibrations.
If you're an avid fan of the Sex and the City, you've probably known about the episode wherein Charlotte can get enough of her "rabbit." This is the sex toy they're talking about in the show. Rabbit vibrators come in two parts. The first part is the elongated shaft, and the second is the clitoral tickler. They're designed to stimulate your vagina and clitoris, so it's no surprise that women rave about this vibrator type.
As mentioned, sex toys come in different sizes and shapes, so there's no general instruction on using this pleasure device. If you've bought a vibrator, check the user manual that comes with it; it has all the details you'll need to use the device properly and keep its tiptop shape. But if you're still waiting for it to arrive and want to get familiarized, here are some general tips when using vibrators for women.
The first you'll need to do is charge the pleasure toy. Some devices have regular USB charging cables, while others have magnetic charging cables. The smaller the size and fewer the features, the shorter the charging time is. Some vibrators only require batteries. Protip: go for heavy-duty brands, as cheap batteries would only make the toy vibrate for a couple of minutes--- that ain't great, especially if you're about to climax.
After charging the toy, clean the device, dry it with a towel, and get yourself in the mood. You can make your space more sensual or watch some erotica. Apply water-based lube on the vibrator's tip and then insert it in your vagina/anus or rub it in your external erogenous zones. Don't forget to clean it and keep it in a pouch afterward.
Again, there's no one way of cleaning and storing your vibrator. Different vibrators may have different maintenance requirements. You need to factor in their material, waterproof or splashproof levels, and overall design.
Before cleaning your pleasure device, check the user manual and see if they're waterproof and their waterproof rating. If your vibrator has a waterproof rating of IPX7 and above, you can submerge the device for up to 30 minutes. If the manual states that the toy is waterproof but doesn't mention its rating, don't submerge it for good measure. Just rinse the sex toy by placing it in running water.
As for storage, make sure that the sex toy is all dried up before placing it inside a satin or storage pouch. Go for satin, velvet, or cotton pouches. Don't put all of your sex toys in one pouch to prevent cross-contamination. After placing your vibrator in the pouch, keep it in a dry, secure, and cool spot, such as your closet or bedside drawer. Keep it away from children or pets' reach. For more information on keeping your vibrators in top-notch shape, check the user manual of your love toys.
The history of vibrators is still debatable to this day. Some say that the first vibrator ever made was the "bee-filled gourd vibrator" that Cleopatra made. Some say that a vibrator was invented to treat women with hysteria, while others claim that vibrators were actually designed for men, but they ended up benefiting women more. One thing's for sure, though, the vibrator started with Physician George Taylor, who built a steam-powered vibrator for his female clients. Eventually, manufacturers started developing smaller vibrators. By this time, vibrators for women have now become a pleasure staple and come in various types.
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