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How to buy a Vibrator

Maybe you’re in a loving relationship where the sex is brilliant and you get it all the time (ok, ok you can stop boasting. It’s unbecoming) or you’re happily single and rely on just the touch of your own skilled fingers to get off…or maybe you’re somewhere in between the two…

Whatever your situation, no woman should be without a vibrator. A bold statement yes, but one I firmly believe in. Even if your sex life is great and you never get the urge for a quick wank, just that little (or in some cases rather large) vibrator can add an extra bit of spice to your lovemaking. Watching your lover get off from a vibrator while you control it is incredible. Fact.

“But what if I’m happily single and never feel the need to pleasure myself?” Fair enough, but I’m sneakily checking that your pants aren’t on fire. Before someone violently disagrees with me, you found your way to this blog didn’t you? 🙂 Anyway, even if you don’t masturbate on a regular basis (or at all) maybe you should think about taking the plunge, buying a vibrator and having a go? Obviously there’s the whole ‘*%$*!’ orgasm moment which is worth the effort by itself, but orgasms are also natural painkillers, can lift your mood, boost your self esteem and generally make you feel happier and more relaxed. I’m not suggesting you whip out a bullet vibe for a headache instead of a nurofen whilst on the bus but you get the idea.

There’s a reason why rabbit vibrators are top of the lady-toy tree; you get satisfying penetration (plus g-spot stimulation with some models/angles) and the buzzy ‘rabbit’ takes care of your clit. It’s the best of all possible worlds, but with so many on the market it can be a little daunting what you should go for. One of our most popular rabbits Jessica Rabbit is perfect for the vibrator beginner. Soft, smooth, a gorgeous bright purple and with an insertable length of 6 inches it’s not too intimidating. Plus, for under a tenner you cannot go wrong.

If high-end luxury is more your thing though, the Lelo Insignia Soraya is an elegant, powerful vibrator with a larger price tag. Featuring a clit stimulator and vibrating shaft, technically the Soraya would come under the ‘rabbit’ heading but that’s where the similarities end. You get what you pay for though as the Soraya is rechargeable, waterproof, incredibly powerful, quiet and features 8 vibration patterns. Possibly the most beautiful rabbit vibrator on the market, the Soraya could just about pass as an elegant coffee-table sculpture. Well, until someone turned it on.

The best advice for buying a rabbit I can give is to head over to our Rabbit Vibrator section and spend some time looking through them. There’s a variety of materials, colours, lengths, functions and of course prices. Buying a vibrator is no less tricky than buying a car in that you need to make sure it’s perfect for you but time and research will pay dividends in the future. Check out some of our customers’ reviews on rabbits too.

If you’re still stuck for choice, contact us on Twitter or Facebook. We’ve got tons of experience with sex toys of all sorts so don’t be afraid to ask questions; we’re real people! Send us a Facebook message if you want to keep things private, or spark a conversation on our Wall. It’s up to you!

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