Vibrators are a great addition to anyone's sexual repertoire. Whether a replacement or addition to the 'real thing' there is a size and style to suit everyone. Check out the ones below...
When people think of vibrators, usually this style comes to mind. Traditional vibrators are slim, straight, somewhat phallic (although they do not look like a real penis), between 4" and 8" in length, and are usually made of hard plastic. They are available in many different finishes, including bright colors and metallic. Most traditional vibrators are adjustable, allowing the user full control over the vibration level. The hard plastic outer casing helps maintain the strength of the vibrations by transferring them directly from the motor, so they are a good choice for people who think they might like the feel of stronger vibrations but who don't want to purchase an electric vibrator.
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Many women can only reach orgasm, or prefer the orgasm they have, during direct clitoral stimulation. The orgasms achieved by stimulating the clitoris are intense and satisfying, as any orgasm should be...
Enter the category of clitoral vibrators. These vibrators are designed with the clitoris in mind, offering powerful direct clitoral stimulation while the user is free to sit back and enjoy the sensations. Some clitoral vibrators are small and non-insertable - designed to stimulate only the clitoris. Some clitoral vibrators offer clitoral stimulation via a small "animal" or attachment on the shaft that reaches the clitoris when the shaft is inserted into the vagina. Neither type is "better" than the other is, and each has certain pleasures unique unto itself. Whichever type you prefer, clitoral vibrators offer powerful clitoral stimulations that are just not possible during manual stimulation. These toys are usually small and compact, making them great for travel, and they don't usually look like a traditional vibrator. If someone were to stumble across a clitoral vibrator, they might not immediately identify it as a vibrator.
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The egg vibrator is another advancement in vibrator technology. A small egg shaped capsule, usually two inches or so in length, houses a powerful vibration motor. These eggs can be used internally or externally, and usually come with a remote battery pack that lets you choose between several vibration options and multiple vibration intensity levels. Egg vibrators are wonderfully satisfying and are capable of powerful sensations.
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Rabbit Vibrators (Dual Action):
Combination, or rabbit, vibrators are currently very popular, in part to the great publicity received by the jack rabbit brand. They have the ability to stimulate the vagina like a traditional vibrator, as well as stimulate the clitoris and/or the opening of the vagina at the same time. A good example of a combination vibrator is the Jack Rabbit. This is the most recognizable combination vibrator on the market because of its popularity, and because it was featured on HBO's "Sex and the City". It consists of a small "rabbit" perched on top of a pink jelly vibrator shaft. The rabbit is designed to directly stimulate the clitoris and is controlled by a remote battery pack. The shaft, which is also controlled by the remote battery pack, is capable of twisting back and forth, and of "rotating" the pearls around in a circular motion, which stimulates the labia and the opening to the vagina.
Many women find the combined features of these vibrators are a perfect recipe for orgasm. They require less work than other toys and the stimulation levels of the clitoral stimulator and the shaft can be adjusted independently to fit your mood. Combination vibrators are usually high quality and come in many shapes and sizes. These vibrators are extremely easy to use and are great for both experienced and novice vibrator.
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G-Spot Vibrators are usually shaped like a traditional vibrator, with the exception that they are curved at the end to allow contact with the G-Spot. G-Spot vibrators are typically between 4" and 8" in length and have a base-mounted vibration controller. If you want to try a G-Spot vibrator, be sure to look for one made of plastic or a firm jelly material so it does not bend when it is inserted. The best G-Spot orgasms come when you apply firm pressure, so you want to be sure the vibrator can withstand that kind of stress without flexing too much. G-Spot vibrators, especially ones made of jelly, are available in all sizes, shapes, and colors, and as attachments or "sleeves" that fit over traditional vibrators. G-Spot vibrators are very popular and if you want G-Spot stimulation, they are definitely the way to go.
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Also known as "Venus Vibrators" or "Butterfly Vibrators", these toys are designed to directly stimulate the clitoris. They are usually small devices, about the circumference of a soda can, that nestle up to the vagina and clitoris and are held in place by waist or leg straps. Butterfly vibrators are usually designed to resemble an animal, such as a dolphin, hummingbird, rabbit, or of course butterfly. The advantage of Butterfly Vibrators is that they are virtually hands free, which leaves the vagina exposed and ready for oral stimulation, intercourse or stimulation with other sex toys. They are wonderful vibrators and are versatile enough to be used many different ways.
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With so many options, it can be tough to settle on one style or type. Luckily, there are vibrator kits. Basic kits usually include several types of vibrators, a few sleeves of various shapes and sizes, and some lubricant. If you want to get fancy, you can find kits with items like feathers, blindfolds, masks, beads...you name it. It is usually cheaper to buy items together in a kit than it is to buy them separately, so if you find a kit you like, go for it!
The vibrators sold in kits can range from medium to high quality, so check out what you are buying. If you are interested in a kit that is really inexpensive, chances are the quality will be lower than that of a "premium" vibrator. Many people find that the inexpensive kits are a great way to sample several types of vibrators, say for example a bullet and an egg. So, if you try an inexpensive kit and find a vibrator you REALLY like, you can always consider upgrading in the future. Kits also make great gifts!
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