Vibrators: Any bullet with control pack would make for a good first vibe, and they're always handy.
As for internal vibrators...
A less expensive vibe I liked was the the Waterproof turbo glider raspberry crush
. I liked it a lot and it's still a nice, basic vibrator that I love, but it has some texture and it's quite loud sometimes. But it's cheap in price. If you're wary of texture, the blueberry version
has no texture and is similar.
Other really inexpensive, but not jelly, beginner vibes would be the Doc Johnson Velvet Touch
or the black magic, which comes by itself or in this really neat kit
. I had one that was similar to both and liked it a lot.
The seduction looks good as well. I don't own it, but the seduction or any of Evolved's traditional vibrators look really really good, and Evolved's toys are really well made, though a bit more expensive than the Doc Johnson or Cal Exotics *see above* toys I mentioned.
I would suggest the Lelo Gigi
. It was great for g spot stimulation. However, I read your other post about being on a budget, so that one may not be so feasible. But it was one of my firsts and my first luxury vibe and I loved it!
And if you're interested in powerful clit vibrations, nothing beats the powerhouse Hitachi
As for dildos...
I have to admit, I love love love glass. So, I will recommend the Bent Graduate
I've not read a single truly negative review of it. It's amazing for g spot stimulation.
For a traditional dildo, I like the The B2B Sceptor
. It's a great beginner toy, though a bit expensive.
Stick to plastic if you aren't going to shell out for silicone (vibrators). Jelly really isn't the way to go. Unless you really want the really really realistic, stick to plastic, silicone (which is realistic, just much more expensive), glass, metal, or wood. It's much safer and theres no nasty smells.
I can not recommend glass dildos enough. YOU NEED THE BENT GRADUATE if you're a g spot fan. But glass in general is divine.