Guide to Buying Your First Vibrator October 15 2014, 0 Comments

In the world of vibrators, there are literally thousands to choose from.  This often can make buying your first vibrator very difficult.  

 

Which Vibrator Do You Choose?  

Should you start with the famous Original Magic Wand that your grandmother may have used?  How about the popular “Sex and the City” Rabbit Vibrator with all the bells and whistles?  Should you choose a battery operated vibe, or rechargeable one, or one that plays music and pulses to your favorite tunes (Really?!).  So many decisions!

Clitoral or Vaginal?

First of all you need to decide what area of the genitals you want to use the vibrator for: clitoral or vaginal.  Since 70% of women reach orgasm via clitoral stimulation only, you may want to start with the clitoris.  The amazing clitoris has over 8000 nerve endings that when aroused often leads to orgasm for most women.  So, a clitoral vibe is usually the best bet for beginners.

Types of Clitoral Vibrators...

There are several types of external clitoral vibrators on the market to choose from.  If you are young and on a budget, you may want to start with a simple "Pocket Rocket" like the Water Dancer or a vibrating Bullet like the Twistty Bullet.  These toys are relatively inexpensive, yet are simple to use and powerful enough for beginners.  Plus they are small and discreet and easy to hide.

Mini Vibrators like the Mystic Wand are another great choice for beginners, however they are much more powerful than rockets like the Water Dancer or bullets like the Twistty Bullet.  They usually have several speeds and a soft-cushion head that is great for clitoral play.  If you are looking for something a little more sophisticated, the Lovelife Smile is sure to make you do a happy dance.  It features 7 vibrating functions, is quiet and discreet, and recharges via a USB port.  Plus it has a lovely little stimulation nub perfectly made to tickle your sweet spot.

Classic external vibrators are great for both clitoral and internal vaginal stimulation.  Classic vibes are long and slim and usually made of a harder material like ABS plastic, which resonate vibrations very well.  So, if you want to explore both vaginal and clitoral pleasure, a classic vibe may be just the thing.  

Other Types of Vibes

Large Massagers are usually best for seasoned pleasurists or women who have a hard time reaching climax.  This type of vibrator is extremely powerful and may be too much stimulation for a beginner.  Some women are ultra sensitive on the clitoris, so something too powerful could cause discomfort.

G spot vibrators are specially designed for internal G spot stimulation with a curved shaft and bulbous head. Since most beginners have a hard time finding their G spot they are not recommended until you get to know your body better.  With self-knowledge and practice, many women can hone the art of G spot pleasure and achieve vaginal G spot orgasms in time.

Rabbit Vibrators (also called dual stimulation vibes) target both the clitoris and penetrate the vagina simultaneously.  These vibes have little bunny ears that tickle the clitoris, as well as a shaft for penetration.  They are fairly sophisticated and usually have many different settings and vibration speeds.  Some of them even have beads inside the shaft that twist and tumble about.  For a beginner, they are a bit more complex than you really need.  But once you learn what your body likes, Rabbits can be great tools for self-stimulation.

So that’s it.  There’s the low-down on the various types of vibrators and which ones are best for beginners.  Remember however, that every woman is different and will reach climax in a different way. So, ultimately, the vibe you choose is up to you.