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Simply the best (vibrators).
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Ok, what makes the best vibrators, well, the best? Your taste, my taste, their taste and your neighbour’s taste could argue all day, so what’s really important is figuring out how to find the best vibrators for YOU.
Where ya puttin’ it?
Answering this question narrows down a few things. (No need to answer that out loud.) For backdoor entry vs front door entry vs erogenous tickling – there’s a different tool for every job. While the best-selling vibrators online suit a lot of people, are they fit for your purpose? This is one of those times that you don’t have to follow the crowd, and listen to your bits instead.
Time for your bits to take the floor.
Vaginal & Clitoral Vibrators for Sale
Internal, external, erogenous zones ahoy. Some of the best vibrators can do it all – like our multi-use tool – the Lola Rabbit Vibrator. She can penetrate and stimulate the vulva and clitoris simultaneously because she’s a very busy bunny and has been built specifically for this all-encompassing treatment. With two shafts, one for inside, and one for outside, you can dial the modes up and down to get pretty intense surround stimulation.
If that sounds like a ‘no’ from your bits, a more isolated approach might be more suitable. Let’s zoom in on the clitoris and its 8000 nerve endings. The Purple Rain oral sex simulator and all round badass vibrator focuses solely on replicating the flicky tongue and suction action you could expect during oral sex that never quits. If penetration isn’t on your menu every time you want to play, then this little toy is probably the best vibrator for your purpose.
Shaft and Anal Vibrators for Sale
The best vibrators are not just for vulva-wielding citizens. Say it louder for those in the back – we’ve got a vibrator for sale specifically for your penis. If that didn’t get your attention, we’re not sure what will.
The Sheath is the ultimate male vibrator, designed to slide on during foreplay and create a vibrational action that you can enjoy alone or with a partner. Unlike a vibrating cock ring, the Sheath doesn’t cut off any blood supply and is a stupidly fun way to build your stamina and attempt to last through its mind boggling modes.
If anal vibrators are more your bag, then we’ve got those two. Enter Doug, this cool cat is a best selling vibrator bceause anyone can enjoy it. You don’t have to just use it anally, either, it can hold it’s own vaginally, too – what rules? Remember to lube up and hold on.
For remote controller vibrators for sale – you can’t go wrong with the Moon Bender, perfect as an anal plug for both beginners and connoisseurs. With the little remote control handy, this could be the threesome you’ve been waiting for (the third being the Moon Bender, of course.) Hand the controller over and you’ve got yourself a wild ol’ time with someone else calling the shots.
Who came up with this thing?
While there’s some contention about WHO exactly was the first mastermind behind the invention of the vibrator, the invention itself goes way back. Waaaay back. Dildos 28,000 years old have been found crafted from stone in Germany, but they didn’t get the vibrating treatment until the late 1800s. The alleged first doctor, Joseph Mortimer Granville, created an electromechanical vibrating massager to soothe muscle pains…but quickly discovered (as did his patients), that they could be used elsewhere on the body with some explosive results. In the 19th century, women complaining of anxiety and pelvic heaviness, or ‘hysteria’, were prescribed an internal pelvic massage to bring them to orgasm, which was then medically called a ‘hysterical paroxysm’. When masturbating women manually grew too tedious for doctors (bor-ing), they fashioned the muscle massager into one that could be inserted vaginally to do the job for them. Hooray for curing female hysteria! (Otherwise known as sexual frustration, but we weren’t allowed to say that back then. Bor-ing.)
Imagine a world where women couldn’t vote, but regularly went to the doctor to get masturbated. Wild.
Remote control vibrators, like all of our sex toys, are not gonna clean themselves. Haven’t invented a control for that one, yet. While our sex toys are made of high quality, non-toxic silicone safe for your bits and bobs – they need a little bit of easy tender loving care after a sesh in the sack. Being splashproof (but not waterproof – do not submerge), you can give your remote control vibrators a good clean wipe down after use, using just a soft silicone-safe soap or special silicone toy cleaner with water.
Once clean and fresh, all toys need to be patted dry with a clean towel or left to completely air dry before packing them away. Damp sex toys are like anything else that is damp – a magnet for bacteria and mould. Once mould grows on your sex toys – it’s bye-bye, baby.
As always, if you’re going to share your remote-control vibrators – clean them before sharing, or switching between anus and vagina. Bacteria is not sexy and should stay in its designated hole – same with any infections. Play it safe and pop a fresh condom on them if you want to share.
Unlike Pokemon, this is an example of when you really don’t wanna catch em’ all.
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