Buying the perfect vibrator is similar to finding the perfect man. Sometimes you need a little patience, sometimes you make a mistakes, but eventually you’ll find the perfect match (and a perfect vibrator!). There are several important questions during this quest, such as: which spot of your body do you want to stimulate and which vibrator is best for that? Which size do I get? Is the vibrator user friendly and easy to keep clean? Here we hope to answer all your questions about vibrators!

Did you know?

65% Of all women have a vibrator
35% Use it at least twice a week
24% Use the vibrator together with the partner

Stimulators

The term stimulator indicates that it regards external use. Often it’s more about massage than about vibration and penetration. A stimulator can stimulate a clitoris, but can also massage your entire body.

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Rabbit vibrators

This toy stimulates both the clitoris and the vagina. The Rabbit vibrators with butterfly stimulator also stimulates the labia. The result? Intense pleasure and a mind-blowing orgasm!

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G-spot vibrators

Stimulation of the G-spot gives an erotically arousing feeling and can lead to an intense orgasm. After inserting a G-spot vibrator this toy will work its way to your most sensitive spot, for powerful and intimate pleasure.

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Anal vibrators

Anal is hot! An anal vibrator is thinner and smaller than the vaginal vibrators and is therefore easier to insert.

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Vibrator with remote control

With a remote control you hand over control to someone else. Thanks to mobile phones and apps, sex toys can be remote controlled from all over the world.

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Realistic vibrators

A realistic vibrator would be just the thing. In shape, feeling and hardness they are very similar to a real penis with an erection.

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Clitoral vibrators

For women who enjoy the stimulation of her clitoris. Here, the word vibrator stands for the part you can insert in the vagina and these vibrators have an additional bulge to stimulate the clitoris.

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Classic vibrators

Timeless! Classic vibrators are straight, functional, not too thin and not too thick, but equipped with the latest techniques and therefore amazing to use.

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Couples vibrators

With a couples vibrator you can orgasm simultaneously with your partner. Both man and woman are stimulated at the same time, in places where vibrations feel really good.

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Batteries or rechargeable?

Sex toys are available with and without batteries (rechargeable).

Pros and cons of vibrators with batteries. They are:

+ Cheaper to purchase.
+ More user friendly.
+ More discrete.
+ Water repellent, for cleaning.
– Not waterproof.
– Less environmentally friendly.

Pros and cons of rechargeable vibrators. They are:

+ Quieter.
+ More powerful.
+ Cheaper in use.
+ Less damaging to the environment than batteries.
– A little less user friendly in terms of power.

Material

Vibrators are made of various materials. Below you’ll find an overview of the materials.

Silicone

Toys made of silicone are of the best quality and safe in use. Silicone as a material is very flexible and impeccable when it comes to hygiene. It is not porous, free of latex, hypoallergenic, scentless and flavourless. In short: a wonderful material with the highest safety degree.
★★★★★★★★★★ Score: 10/10

Glass

Most glass sex toys are made of borosilicate glass. It is a heat-resistant type of glass with a long life span. It is not affected by temperature fluctuations and is easy to clean. This material also has the highest safety degree.
★★★★★★★★★★ Score: 10/10

Plastic

If we say plastic in combination with sex toys, we usually mean hard plastic. It is not porous, easy to clean, available in many different colours, can conduct vibrations well and is cheap. However, the safety score is a little lower than glass and silicone.
★★★★★★★★☆☆ Score: 8/10

Thermoplastic rubber (TPR)

TPR is a lightweight material. This type of rubber can have a very subtle scent and/or flavour. TPR does not contain latex, but is porous. If you use sex toys made of TPR we recommend that you use a condom. The safety score is lower than that of plastic.
★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆ Score: 5/10

PVC

PVC is a soft, rubbery material and is often made of PVC or polyurethane in combination with several other chemical substances. There is no standard list of substances and materials for PVC, which means that the material is somewhat dubious. The latest versions of PVC don’t use controversial substances and are therefore safe to use as sex toys.
★★☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ Score: 2/10

Skin Like

This plastic is made to mimic the look and feel of the human body. It has to feel like real skin or real flesh. A big downside of this material is that it is often porous and soft. It is difficult to clean, for this toy we also recommend: use a condom! Feels great but unfortunately the safety score is low.
★★☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ Score: 2/10

Cleaning

For all things, sex toys included, it’s: clean them properly, they’ll last longer. It’s not just better for the toys, it’s also better for your personal hygiene. All cleaning tips can be read here.

First time

Are you using a sex toy for the very first time? Check it carefully first. Can’t find any strange tears, scents or other strange things? Perfect! Then you can use your toy cleaner! It is absolutely basic for your sex toys!

Sex toy cleaner

Rinse off your toy carefully with warm water and then use the special toy cleaner. Disinfect the toys using a clean cloth or paper towels. You should clean your toy thoroughly after every use.

♥ Tips

Many toys easily attract dust and hairs. Always rinse your toys with lukewarm water before using them. This prevents a lot of problems.

Is the toy made of 100% silicone? Then it’s non-porous and you can clean it with many methods. If not? Use a toy cleaner for the best results.

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