Choose your perfect vibrator


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? What's a good-quality vibrator? Which size do I get? What do I have to look for when buying? Is the vibrator user friendly and easy to keep clean? How do I increase pleasure? Can I still buy additional aids? And of course last but not least: what's my budget? Here we hope to answer all your questions about vibrators!
Which spot do you want to stimulate? Types of vibrators Vibrator properties

1. Which spot do you want to stimulate?


With a vibrator you can stimulate various spots of your bodies, namely: clitoral, vaginal, g-spot and anal. Most women reach climax after a clitoral stimulation, but there are also women who can't do without vaginal stimulation or enjoy both (vaginal plus clitoral at the same time). Anal stimulation is gaining speed. For every type of stimulation there are specific vibrators. Want to know more about which spot you can and want to stimulate? Read the explanation here.



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2. Which type of vibrator suits you?


There are a lot of different types of vibrators. Which? There are clitoris vibrators, rod vibrators, anal vibrators, design vibrators, realistic vibrators, Tarzan vibrators, g-spot vibrators, remote control vibrators and of course stimulators. Can't see the wood for the trees anymore? Than this information is exactly what you're looking for. Here you can find an explanation of all types of vibrators and what you can use them for. Read it through in your own time and determine which vibrator suits you best.



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3. What do I have to look for?


About to buy a vibrator (online)? It's good to keep a couple of things in mind. The material, for example, is important; not all materials are as safe. Also look at the vibration settings. Do you want rechargeable or battery powered? Which size suits you best, and how do you find out? How much dB does the vibrator produce and where can you find it? You wouldn't want the neighbours to hear, right? If you want to use it in the bathtub or under the shower you want a waterproof vibrator. We recommend you read the product specifications carefully to know what you're buying! Do you have more questions? Read all information about the specifications of a vibrator here.



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Vibrator in your bedside table?


You're really no exception to the rule! Did you know that vibrators are most frequently sold sex toys for women? The statistics:

.. 65% Of all women have a vibrator
.. 35% Use it at least twice a week
.. 24% Use the vibrator together with the partner
Did you know?
The first (battery-powered) vibrator was made by Weiss around 1880 and only doctors were allowed to control it.