The Best Vibrators for Beginners
Vibrators provide an enormous amount of pleasure for many people, it is designed to stimulate you to the point of orgasm. But, not all parts are created equal, and there are so many ways to get your rocks off than just your basic dildo, this can be achieved with the use of Vibrator. So, which is the right vibe for you? That depends on your preferred pleasure. It takes trial and error to discover what feels best for you.
Fortunately, you no longer have to figure it out by awkwardly roaming the aisles of a sex shop. The internet makes it easy to browse privately, and manufacturers ship discreetly so that no one knows your business. Below are the list of available vibrators for starters;
The rabbit is the most popular vibrator due to its resourcefulness and multi-tasking skills. The purpose of rabbit vibrators is to stimulate multiple spots, the G-Spot and clitoris, at the same time. Many of these vibrators pack dual motors for completely custom vibration settings.
This is not your fairy godmother’s wand, although you might say it’s a magical experience. Wand massagers are the most powerful vibrators, due to the fact that they traditionally are plugged in. They also tend to look a bit more like a massage tool than an actual vibrator, which is good for those who prefer more discretion (or, you know, if you want your vibrator to give you back massages sometimes too.)
The bullet vibrator is fierce. These tiny toys make the best vibrators for beginners. They are the most discreet of the bunch, as they’re typically no longer than two inches. They also make for great travel vibrators. The bullet vibrator is not as powerful as a rabbit or wand massager but packs enough stimulation to keep you satisfied. Although some are designed to arouse the clitoris, men can pair one with a penis ring or use to stimulate testicles. Many bullets require special batteries due to their small size, but because they’re the cheapest vibrators, you’re still not spending a fortune.
The clitoris is the most popular (but not the only) sweet spot when it comes to female orgasms. It’s why many vibrators are designed with the clit in mind. Some toys are made solely for that purpose, focusing more on the external than internal. These types of vibrators have become so advanced you can now orgasm without ever making contact with skin. Unlike most toys, which use physical vibrations to get you off, newer models use air pressure waves for touch-free sessions. If that sounds too soft for your tastes, know that this technology claims to be so intense you can orgasm multiple times in one touch-free session.
If you believe it’s what’s inside that counts, consider a vibrator designed to hit your G-spot. That’s the vagina’s front wall, which is a highly sensitive, erogenous area that you probably first heard about in Cosmo. For beginners who are curious about the elusive G-spot, it can be frustratingly difficult to find, but a toy like this makes it easy.
Finger vibrators are about as discreet as you can get. They’re basically like a bullet attached to a ring (which gives new meaning to the phrase, “If you like it then you should’ve put a ring on it.”) These toys are great for people who want the hands-on treatment with their vibrator.
They are also the simplest vibrators, most functioning at one speed with an on/off switch. That makes them ideal vibrators for beginners. The subtleties make them especially useful for partners who want to add a little something to their routine without all the sex bells and whistles. But don’t let that fool you: the finger vibrators are equally effective solo.
For those who prefer back-end stimulation or are curious to explore more, consider a vibrator made specifically for anal. The prostate is commonly referred to as the male G-spot, so it’s a great option for men, but all genders find pleasure in this type of toy. Anal and prostate vibrators are designed to be thinner than most vibrators with an extended base for easy removal. They are made with easy-to-clean materials, like silicone or glass. Because anal vibrators are made solely for the back end, they’re not recommended for vaginal stimulation. For the most comfortable penetration, pair this toy with lube.