What to Consider When First Buying a Vibrator

What to consider in purchasing a vibrator

Vibrators are either operated by battery or electrical cord. We suggest battery operated for ease of use.

Most take AA batteries. Some take small watch batteries.  If possible, stay with the AA batteries because they are easy to replace. You will always get more power with fresh batteries.

Since vibrators are not refundable, we suggest that you check your vibrator before you purchase it. Most places do not give refunds on vibrators.

Try to buy a completely waterproof vibrator so that you don’t have to worry about getting the batteries wet.  When washing the vibrator, use warm sudsy water—either dish soap or hand soap will do—and then rinse and pat dry.

Vibrators have different qualities.  Preference is very individual. Think about what you would prefer.  Some qualities to consider:

–Called a ‘jelly’ or ‘jell’ surface: A vibrator with a more ‘jel-like’ softness of the surface as opposed to hard plastic.

–Hard plastic has a “louder” sound to the vibration since there is nothing to muffle the noise.

–Bendable vs. not bendable

–Strong vibration, variable speed vibration, or gentle vibration

–Flexibility in use. Does it fit in your hand easily? Can you turn it on and off easily?

–Does it take standard AA batteries?

Two we recommend:

Internal sensations vibrator     $24.95—flexible soft silicone, battery operated

Sheer Lady Finger                      $7.95—smooth hard plastic, battery operated

Both available through  Adameve.com

article compliments of Sallie Foley

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