8 key points before you buy her a vibe

What to look out for in a vibe

Sarah Ruhl’s much publicised ‘vibrator’ play is a historically accurate drama set in the late eighteen hundreds which describes how the medical profession used ‘vibration’ to treat a mysterious female complaint known as ‘hysteria’. We’ve come a long way since then. In the last decade, state of the art materials and NASA technology have revolutionised the vibrator market, but the choice of products is now so overwhelming that it can be hard to know where to start. So, here’s 8 things you need to know before you deliver her ultimate gift. An orgasm.


1. Women over 40 need stronger vibrators so mains powered toys tend to be more effective. The Hitachi Magic Wand was the original gold standard, delivering 6000 vibrations a minute, but sadly, it is no longer available in Europe. Luxury brand Lelo say their Smart Wand (£89) is more powerful than any other rechargeable massager on the market.

2. Some women prefer toys which pulse rather than vibrate. Fun Factory Stronic One Thrusting Vibrator (£154.99) pulsates back and forth in 10 different non-vibrating modes of stimulation. It uses a weight in the core of the vibrator to match the natural movements of lovemaking.

3. The Clone a willy (29.99) If your man travels away from home a lot, then don’t miss out on getting what you need by cloning an exact, vibrating copy of his bits! This cock-creating kit comes with everything you need to create a carbon copy, rubber dildo of any penis

4. Couples vibrators are increasingly popular and the idea, in theory, is that they can be worn during sex to give pleasure to both partners. In practice, using them can be quite complicated but The Lelo Noa (£65) is the ultimate couple’s toy! A U shaped toy that inserts into the woman’s vagina, delivering stimulation to both partners during intercourse.

5. Buy products that are phthalate free. Phthalates are chemical compounds which are often used to soften cheaper jelly, or rubber vibrators. Although the link between phthalates, infertility and cancer has not been proven, its safer to stick to toys that are made from elastomer, silicone, metal or glass.

6. Don’t forget the lubricant, but make sure to avoid anything containing glycerin and parabens. These ingredients can cause skin irritation and yeast infections and some parabens partially mimic estrogen, a hormone known to play a role in the development of breast cancers.

7. Keep everything clean with LELO Antibacterial Toy Cleaner (£8.49) This Cleaning Spray is proven to kill 99.9% of all germs. It is packaged beautifully in a stylish bottle for that signature LELO look.

8. Never put a regular vibrator where the sun doesn’t shine unless it has a wide flared base. Its a suction thing and A&E won’t believe she “fell onto it”.


8 key points before you buy her a vibe
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8 key points before you buy her a vibe
Never put a regular vibrator where the sun doesn't shine unless it has a wide flared base. Its a suction thing and A&E won't believe she "fell onto it".
Jon The Nudist
Jon the nudist

Jon the nudist

Well, my name is Jon the Owner of You Only Wetter a 37-year-old, Poly practicing, Dom with two great kids. I am a happy busy internet geek with a love of all things Google and I love spending time sitting on the sofa watching the latest Dr. Who, Mythbusters or a movie. I am a nudist mostly at home but do like to go down to the beach and bare all or go for a little walk around some hidden woodland really would like to do the whole nudist holiday :)

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