How do I choose my first vibrator? March 06 2016

Choosing Your First Vibrator

I wanted to blog about a question we often get from new clients which is "What should I buy as my first vibrator?"

We get this question mostly from women and from all age groups! We do also quite frequently get it from men looking to buy their ladies something special.

First thing is first, read before you buy. The packaging and website description should contain lots of information about the product. Is it rechargeable or does it need toxic batteries that constantly need to be replaced? Is it made of medical grade silicone, if not is the material safe to use internally? How big is the toy? Will the size be comfortable? Does it have a product warranty from the manufacturer?

We won't directly ask the person "Well, what do you like when masturbating? Clitoral, G-spot stimulation... what? " We will let them figure that out for themselves in case they feel intimidated.

We simply approach the question by offerring a few options as to what they may have been looking for and we also tell them that they may want to try visualizing using the toy to see if their mind and body responds to the shape. For example.. we agree a vibrating cupcake is a pretty cool looking thing... but is it something your body wants to experience during the act? It's definitely not for everyone! 

 

An example of an answer we would have for someone looking for a new toy would be :

"Thank you so much for trusting us with this very important decision ;)

1. If you were looking for clitoral stimulation, may we suggest the Fresh+ by Leaf ;

2. If you were looking for a traditional g-spot vibrator, may we suggest the Mona 2 by Lelo ;

3. If you were looking for something out of the ordinary, may we suggest the Drei by Fun Factory ;

4. If you were looking for a rabbit dual stimulation vibrator, may we suggest the Vanity VR10.5 by Jopen ;

5. If you were looking for a toy you can use with your partner while making love, may we suggest the We-Vibe 4 by Standard Innovation.

Should you have any questions about these toys, please do not hesitate to ask. If you would like more suggestions based on what kind of stimulation you were looking for, please again, do not hesitate."

 

We think it's a lot less intimidating for the customer since we leave it up to them whether or not they want to  give us more info about what they were looking for if these suggestions just don't cut it.

What can we say, we already say it all the time, we love what we do!

Thanks for reading!

Caroline