7 entry level vibrators if you are new to the sex toy game

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7 entry level vibrators if you are new to the sex toy game

It's never too late to learn the art of pleasure.
It’s never too late to learn the art of pleasure.

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Good vibrations are headed your way. 

Ordering your first vibrator can be intimidating — there are so many shapes, sizes, and materials to choose from. If you are unsure where to start, we’ve created a list of vibrators to fit every beginner’s needs. 

A little bit of something for everyone with a vagina. Hopefully you will find one that will leave you feeling satisfied. 

1. Something natural 

It never hurts to start small. Fin is a petite vibrator that you wear between your fingers to add to your experience. There are three speed options plus a pointy side and squishy side, so you can experiment. Retails for $75.

2. Something discreet  

Worried about someone finding your sex toys? This Kandi Kisses lipstick-shaped vibrator looks just like your average tube of lipstick but is actually a secret toy with three adjustable settings. So sneaky you can throw it in your purse, just don’t confuse it with your actual makeup. Retails for $69.

3. Something affordable 

If you want to start off super basic, this mini Power Bullet is right up your alley. It’s inexpensive (only $11!), small, and has one easy button to control the vibrations. It may be no frills, but that doesn’t mean it’s no fun — you’ll still get plenty of pleasure.

4. Something gentle 

The Je Joue MiMi Soft is made with an extra layer of silicone for extra plush pressure that is soft and smooth. It has five vibration levels and patterns for a nice variety of sensations. Retails for $95. 

5. Something personalized

If just three vibration options sounds too limiting, might we suggest the Minna Ola? This vibrator gets rid of buttons altogether and is instead controlled completely by the way you squeeze it. Retails for $127. 

6. Something powerful 

Are willing to get a little adventurous with your first foray into the land of sex toys? Try Adam & Eve’s My First Jack Rabbit Vibrator. Think of it as the training bra of multi-functional sex toys. It’s a cheaper alternative to classic rabbit vibrators, and it’s especially good for people who want more powerful penetrative stimulation. Retails for $40.

7. Something extravagant 

The Ora 2 is a slightly more high end product (priced at $189), but it’s worth the extra cost. It’s billed as “the world’s most intelligent oral sex stimulator,” and who can possibly say no to that?

Whether you’ll be enjoying one of these alone or with a partner, in bed or in the bath, we hope you have the first time of your dreams.  

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