Experience and Comfort Level

Experience and Comfort Level

If you are (or a gift recipient is) new to vibrators, you might want to consider a few options for familiarizing yourself with their sensations and functionality.

  • Start Simple.

    If vibration is a new sensation to you, you'll likely find that there's quite a bit of adventure available in that alone. Consider simple, understandable products focused on clitoral stimulation such as a ICONIC BULLET or SMOOTHIE.

  • Start approachable.

    Trying a vibrator for the first time (particularly with another person present) is an exciting but potentially daunting prospect. Consider designs that are unintimidating. Smaller sizes, cleaner design and good packaging and presentation can all help.

  • Start beautiful.

    Whether you're introducing a vibrator into partner sex, or are intending to use it on your own, choosing a product that is aesthetically pleasing can help make this go smoothly. If anything should be beautiful, it's the objects involved in our sexuality. Consider upgrading to LITTLE CHROMA, FORM 2 or another vibrator that has received a similar level of design consideration.

If you already know your way around vibrators, there are a variety of ways you might be looking to upgrade.

  • Go powerful.

    If you've learned that you like strong vibrations, consider upgrading to a rechargeable vibrator and/or one with dual motors, like FORM 6. They rate high on the Richter Scale.

  • Go versatile.

    If you've started with a basic model, consider trying a product with additional functionalities that are of interest to you. Designs with a variety of diameters and contours, G-spot curvature, waterproof capability, digital vibration modes, etc. can offer new realms of sensation.

  • Go durable.

    It makes sense to have products that are built to last – it will save you money, and it will save on landfill. Buy from a brand that you trust, and one that offers a clear warranty and customer service policy.