A girl's first vibrator

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A girl's first vibrator

hahahaweiners hahahaweiners
People here seem to be like experts in this what do you think would be a good first vibrator? I haven't bought one yet but the rabbit ones look neat. Oh, and cute pink ones are nice too! What was your first vibe like?
11/27/2012
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Quote:
Originally posted by hahahaweiners
People here seem to be like experts in this what do you think would be a good first vibrator? I haven't bought one yet but the rabbit ones look neat. Oh, and cute pink ones are nice too! What was your first vibe like?
My first was, unfortunately, one that purchased at an off-the-road porn store for $30+. Now that I know much more about the products, especially material safety, I would NEVER have bought that cheap plastic thing. I would strongly invest in a QUALITY product. This website and the individuals that have kindly reviewed and written about the products have been so wonderfully helpful in determining my next vibrators and many more products to enhance my personal life!
I now like LELO products. However, there are many other major brands that have great comparisons as well.
***Another determining factor for your product would be to identify the focus and expectations needed. I am clitoris stimulated, so all of my choices have that as a main focus.***

Have fun!
11/27/2012
hahahaweiners hahahaweiners
Also what's the difference between different types of vibration? I see these one with like "rumbly" "escalating" "rump bumping go go" , okay. not the LAST one but still. I have a vague idea of what they might be like but this lingo is mad confusing y'all.
11/27/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
For beginners, I generally recommend a vibe that can be used either internally or externally depending on your preference. The Turbo Glider is a good one, for example.
11/27/2012
Eugler Eugler
Yes, I would also suggest one that can be used externally and internally, not too big, with adjustable vibrations, maybe like the small fun factory ones like pauli.
11/27/2012
hahahaweiners hahahaweiners
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Originally posted by Girly Juice
For beginners, I generally recommend a vibe that can be used either internally or externally depending on your preference. The Turbo Glider is a good one, for example.
my personal preference is like some shit on my clit and something up in my vagina buisness. these glider ones look good though and cheap.
11/27/2012
hahahaweiners hahahaweiners
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Originally posted by Eugler
Yes, I would also suggest one that can be used externally and internally, not too big, with adjustable vibrations, maybe like the small fun factory ones like pauli.
damn the fun factory ones are cute and I have heard good things about them. I caan't seem to find the pauli anywhere though...
11/27/2012
K101 K101
Quote:
Originally posted by hahahaweiners
People here seem to be like experts in this what do you think would be a good first vibrator? I haven't bought one yet but the rabbit ones look neat. Oh, and cute pink ones are nice too! What was your first vibe like?
Well it depends. Are you wanting something realistic (penis-looking?) or something of a small/average size, which I'd recommend.

Anyways, my first rabbit was Classic Rabbit Pearl (the thick, fat penis shaped head, rotating beads and all that.) I hated it. WAY too big for me, too finicky because almost all real rabbits are and I am not fond of the realistic styled toys.

Anyways, the first rabbit-style toy I ended up liking was Flutter (I put a photo of it below). I still enjoy that toy. It's not small or thin, but does give me a "full" feeling, personally. It's got a subtle g-spot tip, but not a major one. And the butterfly clitoral stimulator is so large that it's likely to reach and fit all anatomies.

Flutter:


Now for a more expensive dual-action vibrator, my absolute favorite is Vitality. It's an incredible vibrator, and to be honest, it blows every toy I own right outta the water. Nothing I own has the power of Vitality. That thing never ceases to get me off. Lol. I recently got Noa, another very expensive (over-priced if you ask me) toy that can be used internally and to stimulate the clitoris simultaneously. However, it has a lot of flaws, and wouldn't be ideal if you're wanting a good dual action toy since Noa is mostly designed for wearing during sex. I use it a lot as a teaser/foreplay toy by inserting it NOT during sex, but before.

Here's a photo of Vitality



Since we're talking first-time vibrator, I guess the pricey Vitality wouldn't be the first one I recommend, but it definitely is one to wishlist for a later date.

Here are a couple I personall think would make good first time dual-actions:

Maybe Cliterrific Cup? It was one of my first dual-action vibes and I loved it very much. I still enjoy it and even after more than a year later, it works fine, but I always reach for Vitality these days. However, if you're looking for simple and slender, this does the trick well. It rotates, has a great clitoral stimulator, great vibrations and is a great price. Here's a photo and link to it:


Cliterrific Cup

And there's Sugar, which is from the same line as Flutter, but it's a good deal smaller and shorter than Flutter, so if you are looking for short, it would be a wonderful vibrator. Has the same vibration power and functions as Flutter. The only difference is the design of the toy. I'll post it below too.


Sugar

There's also Spice from the Short & Sweet line, which means it's shorter than Flutter, but would likely be wonderful. I don't actually own it though.
Spice:


And maybe this one called Magic Dancer, but I can't say how well it works since I don't own it either, but think it looks like it has some potential for a first timer. However, judging by my experience with that company, expect to get what you pay for as it's not likely it'll have the nicest vibrations or be very high-quality at all. However, it does look like it would provide some fun for a beginner, as long as you don't need a lot of power. Here's a link and image of it:


Magic Dancer

The ones I listed are all designed to "reach" and fit a wide variety of anatomies, so they'd likely be good choices.
11/27/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
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Originally posted by hahahaweiners
Also what's the difference between different types of vibration? I see these one with like "rumbly" "escalating" "rump bumping go go" , okay. not the LAST one but still. I have a vague idea of what they might be like ...
Generally, you will find people referring to vibrations as either rumbly or buzzy. These are really apt descriptors but they refer to the frequency of the vibrations. Some vibrators vibrate on a high frequency, which feels buzzy and on the surface, while others vibrate on a lower frequency which tends to feel deeper, more rumbly or thumpy. Keep in mind that this isn't talking about the speed of the vibrations or the strength. Buzzy vibrators can be just a "strong" or "fast" as a rumbly one and vice versa. Though some vibrators with variable speed may feel more rumbly at slower speeds and more buzzy at their higher speeds, or vice versa.
Escalating is probably talking about a pattern. Lots of vibrators have vibration patterns that you can scroll through. Most offer a steady vibration at varying speeds bzzzzzzzzzzzz, and then may offer a variety of patterns, such as pulsating, think bzz bzz bzz bzz, roller coaster like bzzzZZZZzzzZZZzzz, or escalating, which might start out softly and get gradually stronger like a crescendo and then either back off slowly, decrescendo, or stop and start over and the softer speed.
Definitely avoid cheap crap, stick with a high quality material 7+ on the safety scale AT LEAST. Stay away from jelly, cyberskin, UR3, latex, rubber, etc.
Jimmy Jane's Iconic Bullet and Iconic Smoothie and toys like Evolved's "Seduction" are some good lower price point beginner toys that are still made of a good material. PicoBong is another line to check out in the lower price point while still getting safe materials and quality toys. Keep in mind that, to a large degree, you get what you pay for. Don't expect a $20 toy to knock your socks off and you may need to go through a few lower end toys to find one you really like. Cheap toys are inevitably lower quality and you may go through several that you hate before finding one that you like and you're unlikely to find one that you love. Expensive toys are expensive because they are high quality with luxury features and materials. You're unlikely to hate them, and have a much higher chance of loving them than you do a cheap toy. Generally, unless there's a total anatomical incompatibility, you're worst reaction to a quality toy is likely to be mediocre. Lelo and JeJoue make some of my favorites but those tend to be quite expensive. Even so, at around $58 regularly, $40.59 right now on sale, Lelo's Mia is not a bad choice for a first clitoral vibrator. It's rechargeable, discreet, easy to operate, reliable and safe. JeJoue's MiMi and Uma make EXCELLENT first toys, but at $90-110, they definitely fall into the upper price bracket, but there's an exceptionally good chance that you will, at least, like them, if not, love them, so if you can afford the money, i consider it worth the cost. For a first toy, unless you know your anatomy really well, i'd avoid rabbits or dual stimulators because they tend to be very anatomy dependent and most only fit a relatively small range of people. A clit vibrator has a lot of versatility because you can often use it with a partner. An internal vibe that doubles as a clit vibe gives you some more versatility but may be less effective during partner sex depending on the shape and size. If you know your body well through masturbation by hand, you'll be better equipped to make a good decision. Do a search on EF for vibrators and narrow by criteria that are important to you such as size, material, price, etc. and then read a ton of reviews.
11/27/2012
K101 K101
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Originally posted by hahahaweiners
damn the fun factory ones are cute and I have heard good things about them. I caan't seem to find the pauli anywhere though...
That is because it's not "pauli" it's Paul, unless I'm wrongly mistaken.

Paul

Also, it's not even a dual-action vibrator. You said you were looking for "rabbits," which indicated to me, you were looking for a vibrator with a clitoral stimulator and and internal stimulator. So Paul may be fun and all, but it would be an option for g-spot stimulation, but not clitoral and internal.

Anyways, I hope you find one that's wonderful for you!
11/27/2012
hahahaweiners hahahaweiners
dang all of you have great suggestions! Wow so helpful! Thank you!
11/27/2012
Virgingasms Virgingasms
My first was the Wahl, which unfortunately, Eden doesn't carry any more. I agree with the above posters, for a first toy something that can be used internally or externally will help you figure out what you like best.
11/27/2012
laflauta laflauta
There are a lot of really good suggestions on here. I agree that you should invest in a quality product. The higher end brands have more functions with which to experiment, and they will also last you a long time. Now is a great time to invest with all of these sales going on!
11/27/2012
Eugler Eugler
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Originally posted by K101
That is because it's not "pauli" it's Paul, unless I'm wrongly mistaken.

Paul

Also, it's not even a dual-action vibrator. You said you were looking for "rabbits," which indicated to me, you were ...
Oh, I didn't know that FunFactory fitted the names of their product to different countries.

The smaller version of Paul, here 'Little Paul' is called 'Pauli' in Europe.
11/28/2012
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