Ultimate Vibrators Guide
If you've got a question about vibrators, then Sugarkiss has the answer! Our Ultimate Vibrators Guide is filled with inside information, tips and advice to help you find the very best vibes, learn how to use them, and how to clean them. Because if you take care of your vibrators, they'll keep you smiling for many nights to come!
What is a Vibrator?
Vibrators come in all sorts of shapes, colors and sizes. They can tease your clit, talk dirty and even rumble to the beat of your favorite songs. But vibrators all have one thing in common - a stimulating motor designed to help you orgasm!
How to Find the Best Vibrators
There are thousands of different vibrators to choose from, which makes it really hard to find the vibrating partner of your dreams.
How to Buy Vibrators
Here's some other things you need to know about vibrators before hitting the Add to Cart button.
Start With Materials.
Savvy vibrator shoppers know that material affects everything from how much a vibe costs to how strong it feels. If you want something soft and flexible, stick with silicone, TPE or TPR. Plastic is also a good vibrator material if you want something hard and firm.
Plan Your Vibrator Budget.
There are vibrators out there for all types of budgets. The price of your vibe depends primarily on two factors – the type and the material it's made from. Naturally, you'll pay more for a sophisticated vibrator with loads of special features than for a basic toy.
Determine the Size of Your Vibe.
One of the most common mistakes is buying a vibrator bigger than you can handle. The average vibe measures about 5" long and about 1" wide, about the same size as the average penis. If you don't have a lot of experience with vibrators, you should look for one about that size or even a little smaller. You can always buy something bigger later!
Check the Battery Type.
Don't tell anyone else about this, but you can generally judge a vibrator's strength by the type of battery it uses. Vibes with A or AA batteries are almost always stronger than a vibrator that uses watch batteries. And electric powered vibrators are stronger still. There are plenty of exceptions, so pay attention to customer reviews about power and strength. Just keep in mind that everyone has different standards for judging vibration power. One person's weak might be strong for you and vice versa!
How to Use Vibrators
It's finally time to try your new vibrator out! Here's what you need to do before taking any new vibe on a test run.
Give your vibe a good cleaning first and grab some fresh batteries for peak performance.
Make sure you're comfortable and won't be disturbed. Keep some lube nearby just in case.
Start out slowly teasing yourself with the vibrator before gradually increasing the power and focusing on your hot spots. If something feels really good, then keep doing it!
Cleaning & Caring for Vibrators
It's not easy to keep your vibrator looking and performing at its best, so here are three easy-to-remember rules to help you out.
Clean your vibe before and after each use.
The easiest way to do this is by spraying it with antibacterial sex toy cleaner and then wiping it off with a lint-free towel.
Stick to a water-based lube.
Silicone-based or oil-based lubes can cause a chemical reaction with certain materials. Water-based lube is 100% safe.
Keep your vibrator in a special storage bag.
You can damage your vibe if it comes into contact with certain types of materials.