How Do I Use A Vibrator
What's a vibrator? Quite simply, if it vibrates then it’s a vibrator! It is a toy for either women or men, with or without a partner, which offers pleasurable sensations to the body through it’s constant and/or variable vibrations. There really is no shame in owning or using a vibrator. These toys are designed for fun… and just because we might be grown ups now doesn’t mean that we can’t still play and have fun!
Vibrators have come a long way since the old days… both in terms of functionality, design and packaging. For the beginners amongst you we suggest that you try experimenting with different types but keep it at the cheaper end of the price spectrum and keep the functions simple.
Apart from the variety of designs there are two other elements to consider when purchasing your toys. The first is purpose. Clitoral or G Spot? Both at the same time? (IE a Rabbit style). The second is the feel of the material they are made from. Rigid or Bendy? Soft and flexible? Smooth or moulded?
Some vibrators are small – ideal for external clitoral stimulation, whilst others are larger; some have a bent tip which is excellent for internal g-spot or prostate stimulation, whilst others are ridged for a heightened stimulation.
You can get specific vibrators for anal play which are either flared at the base, or have a long handle, which stops them disappearing up your bottom!
What do I do with a vibrator?
Use it wherever it makes you feel good - you don’t have to dive straight into your genital region! Explore and gently massage your whole body with it, you’ll notice that it feels especially good on or around all the erogenous zones (nipples, breasts, clitoris, vagina, perineum, penis, scrotum and anus). If you find the vibes too intense try putting a towel or something similar between yourself and the toy – this will soften the vibrations and diffuse them over a wider area too.
How does a vibrator work?
Most vibrators are powered by batteries but many are increasingly rechargeable via the mains. Basic vibrators are operated by twisting the top part of the lid which holds the batteries in place and these offer a multispeed setting which you adjust via twisting the cap. More intricate vibrators have a simple click button which you press to achieve your preferred setting. Most controls are fairly self explanatory upon inspection. Some vibrators are mains operated and may also be rechargeable. These have a more superior quality of vibration and are altogether a better toy. They are obviously more expensive too!
Is it safe to put a vibrator in me?
Yes. As long as you keep it clean (we do recommend that you use a toy cleaner after every use) and maintain safe hygiene standards. You won’t get addicted and you won’t turn into a pumpkin! Like everything else, use your common sense and don’t go overdoing things… vibrating the same are of your body for hours on end is bound to have a negative effect. If you are concerned about the use of vibrators during a pregnancy please consult your G.P. or your local health clinic.
What's your best vibrator?
How long is a piece of string? They all have different characteristics which deliver advantages/disadvantages depending on your own personal viewpoint. It really does depend on what functions you want from your toy.
How will I know which one to use?
We recommend to start simple. No matter which part of your body you’ve chosen to explore. Never try to force anything – you’ll only end up very sore and put off from trying again! A member of staff will help you to see the many different types that are available & give you guidance in store. We know it can be overwhelming to begin with. Just remember not to expect fireworks the first time and bear in mind that you may need more than one toy to do different jobs.
Is there such a thing as a quiet vibrator?
The answer is yes but that said, one persons view on ‘quiet’ can be very different to the next. There will always be a level of noise, but quite possibly the most noise you’ll need to worry about will be that resulting from the pleasure you’ll be experiencing. We have sample products in store whereby you can hear the product decibels for yourself and make your own intuitive decision.
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This guide is for general information only.
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