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The Definitive Guide on How to Use a Vibrator

An entire army of specialized electronic lovers willing to take you all the way to ecstasy, you just have to choose the right one for you.

Avril in the bath with her toy Avril in the bath with a toy (not a vibrator though!)

If there is still some part of reality where the future doesn’t seem bleaker than the past or the present but seems much brighter and promising, it has to be the part that includes sex toys. Brilliant minds, maybe stolen from NASA, keep designing more and more sophisticated devices. Robots programmed to provide sexual pleasure that in a hypothetical remake of Blade Runner will develop feelings. They will fall in love with their owners and torment themselves thinking about how us humans only want them for sex.

ehe erotic toy industry moves to the beat of an arms-race and everyday day there seems to be a new sex toy on the market. So much so that choosing the right one is already beginning to take several days of research, visits to specialty stores and prying questions whispered to intimate friends. But don’t worry; I've done the hard work for you. I started searching for answers to all of the questions a few years ago when the sex shops were dingy, poorly lit rooms run by individuals who looked like a habitual sex offenders. I bought my first vibrator in one such dingy room; I still have it: it’s black and made of hard plastic. "You would deem it only suitable for use in the privacy of your home as it states in the box. If it were not for the noise it made; which simulates that of a chainsaw being used to create an ice sculpture I might consider still using it.

In less than ten years, we’ve come on in leaps and bounds, to now have biocompatible silicone devices with unfathomable degrees of vibration. Sophisticated devices with triple stimulation: clitoral, vaginal and anal. The vibrator affectionately known as ‘Lady Godiva’ springs to mind, covering all these avenues of pleasure. A friend of mine, somewhat long in the tooth, bought one, and promised to give me news about how it feels, but I have yet to hear from her. I wonder if she survived the test drive.

According to Max Rekarte, Lelo marketing director for Spain, Portugal, and the UK, the future is already here. At the last sex toy expo, which he attended, German manufacturer Fun Factory, has introduced touch technology to their toys. The toy itself penetrates you on its own; you do not need to hold it like you would another toy. Electro-stimulation has been introduced into vibrators, and some now have built-in cameras, which means you see inside your vagina. First came the "selfie", then "braggie" ... No need to be a trendsetter to be able to imagine what follows in this sequence of events if the vibrator-camera becomes trendy.

 

For Clitoral Stimulation

My personal favourites are the Tenga Iroha models, with motifs inspired by Japanese design, and within these models, my favourite is the little Sakura, having a V-shaped tip to pinch or caress. These small machines, seemingly innocent and fragile, have been designed to awaken desire. They highlight the sensitivity of the labia majora, minora and the outer area of the vulva, and, of course, the clitoris. Based on a very oriental strategy, they warm you up slowly until you desire the touch of this innocent snowman or rose petal and become as strong as a dragon. Now Tenga has discovered the outer region of your body, they promise to develop toys designed for penetration, which many of us look forward to. There is already a pocket-sized toy, the ‘Iroha Mini’, well suited to take when you're travelling, the cinema, the beach or the mountains – they’re waterproof and submergible.

 

For Penetration

Vibrators are sort of like couples, some stand the test of time, but others don’t weather the storm and become bored. Therefore, it’s good to change up from time to time and try something new and innovative. The ‘Pleasure Rabbit’ made a hit on the market following highlights from Charlotte in Sex and the City having an orgasm. It deliverd the same result to thousands of women, in part because it was the first toy also to take the clitoris into account. It remains a favourite to many, but there are now more sophisticated vibrators on the market to choose from. Take a look at the Kaya Rabbit vibrator designed by PicoBon.g with twelve vibration patterns or the Lelo INA 2 with a more powerful motor. Eight modes of stimulation and a wider bulbous shaft, better for locating the G-spot.

Another one of my favourites, The German house ‘Fun Factory’ takes its world famous quality and craftsmanship all the way to your nether regions. The Paul & Paulina ‘G4’ is also a good choice. The name was not created at random; its because this vibrator has two arms. Paul, the widest, handles working the vagina; Paulina is used to stimulate the clitoris, pressing and vibrating tirelessly. It's well known that women can do two things at once. When it comes to men, on the other hand, this fact is less certain. Paulina can also generate anal stimulation if turned around. We will have to choose and for either one or the other, its ringed shape makes it easier to hold from behind.

Fun Factory’s ‘Stronic Drei’ is also a model that has my interest, because it gives small pulses, - hence stronic pulsation. It's a more gentle and soothing toy that you'll enjoy using for massaging your lover. When it comes to the smallest details, the ‘Soraya’ by Lelo, claims to be the world's most beautiful dual-action vibrator. An enjoyable toy at any time.

The Ann Summers, ‘Ultimate G’ created by gynecologists, promises third level orgasms. I have not had chance to try this toy yet and in part, I’d rather wait so I can let the anticipation grow until I decide the time is right. According to Dr. Brian Xie, one of its creators, as mentioned in an article in the Daily Mail “a third level orgasm is a feeling of total liberation and sexual abandonment". "Prolonged use allowed a user/test subject to experience deep feelings coming from within her body, leading to a higher level of orgasm", said Xie to the Daily Mail.

soraya vibrator Soraya, by Lelo, boasts being the world’s most beautiful double action vibrator. Photo: Lelo

 

For your G Spot

Most agree that if you have not found your G-spot after testing the ‘G-Ki’ vibrator by Je Joue you might want to try a completely different toy. The good thing about this design has everything to do with the way it moves and adjusts to the anatomy of each woman, seeking out and stimulating the exact little button to call on the gates of heaven.

Another one of the virtues of ‘G-Ki’ is that it’s a dildo, but at the same time it is also designed to stimulate the clitoris and the G point all at once. If you set it as an L-shaped dildo, it’s Ergonomically designed to awaken the subject of unidentified pleasure from different angles, and with several kinds of massage. With vibration and pulsation styles, this vibrator can also be enjoyed by men to stimulate the prostate or massage the scrotum.

If you are a little more hardcore, the stainless steel ‘Njoy’, is also intended for stimulation of the G-spot at one end and anal stimulation at the other. Sometimes when technology becomes so perfect and sophisticated, it is best to return to the basics. The hard, cold steel can provide very intense sensations, especially suitable for experienced women as they reach a considerable degree of excitement that others may not.

Ora Vibrator ‘Ora’ is an oral sex stimulator. The technology has been able to create small and tireless tongues with 10 stimulation modes. Photo: Ora

 

Oral sex stimulators and other artifacts

Throughout my sexual life, I have realised that it's almost impossible to find an expert in cunnilingus. The introduction of the Lelo, ‘Ora’, oral sex simulator, was always going to be a success. The technology has been able to create small and tireless tongues with ten modes of intense stimulation and a memory function. Something that many lovers are lacking and need to be reminded over and over again what we like.

Vibrators to use as a couple are a trend now, and although I am not in favor of mixing that humanity and technology; it seems a little like making love with prosthetics… These seem to have a legion of followers. The We ‘Vibe-4’, as its name suggests, is now a fourth edition. Improved, smaller, soft and more ergonomic. The intention is that the woman wearing it during intercourse will stimulate her clitoris and G-Spot while the vibration will also pleasure her partner.

Finally, two products that should not be missing in any home: the first of these two is the ‘Wake-Up-vibe’, a vibrating alarm clock. Programmed to the desired time and placed inside the panties, you wear it overnight so it can wake you in the best way possible. The second is the disposable vibrator called ‘mustache’ (for single use) that adds more spice, or at least some humor, to cunnilingus.

we-vibe vibrator The we-Vibe is a vibrator to use as a couple. It’s intended for the woman to wear it during coitus to stimulate her clitoris and G Spot. Photo: We-Vibe, Standard Innovation
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