What frequency (Hz) of vibrations do you like best?

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What frequency (Hz) of vibrations do you like best?

Stinkytofu10 Stinkytofu10
Most people here on EF know the difference between a "buzzy" and a "rumbly" vibration. However, most toy manufacturers don't disclose the frequency of the vibrating product. I know Lelo does, but they're rather rare in this aspect of disclosing. I tried an electrostim, and I could adjust the frequency of the stimulation from the controller (how cool is that?)

If you know the frequency of vibrations of your toys, what frequency(ies) do you like best?

For reference, I find 120Hz to be "rumbly," 130Hz to be "buzzy," and anything below 110Hz to be like slower rumbles.
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Below 100Hz. I like to feel slow pulses.
Between 100-110Hz. I like deep rumbles.
tA , jc123
2
Between 110-120Hz. I like rumbles, but not too slow.
Missmarc , OhMy! , null , tA , Stinkytofu10 , QSBybakd , potstickers , Dominekoyasha
8
Between 120-125Hz. I like fast rumbles, almost buzzing.
OhMy!
1
Between 125-130Hz. I like slight buzz.
Between 130-135Hz. I like buzzing, but not too fast to make me numb.
Above 135Hz. I like buzzing and fast.
November , Jenimi , shinypinkstars , Liz123 , swf , Dominekoyasha , cottonxcandy
7
Total votes: 18 (15 voters)
Poll is closed
01/08/2012
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Missmarc Missmarc
Quote:
Originally posted by Stinkytofu10
Most people here on EF know the difference between a "buzzy" and a "rumbly" vibration. However, most toy manufacturers don't disclose the frequency of the vibrating product. I know Lelo does, but they're rather rare in ...
110-120 is my preference.
01/08/2012
Coralbell Coralbell
I have no idea. My experiences don't match up with your descriptions at all. My Chandra is 110 Hz and I find it to be on the buzzy side. Siri is 120 Hz, but I find the vibrations feel a bit too slow and flat for me. Gigi is also 120 Hz but it works well for me.
01/08/2012
November November
Well, I looked up the Hz for my Nea and its 150Hz which seems to work the best for me. I think there are vibes out there that are buzzier. I have a vibe that sounds and feels more buzzy than my Nea, but it doesn't work as well for me. I wish I could look up the Hz for all my vibe toys before buying them.
01/08/2012
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
This is a super interesting question because I have no idea where to find this information. I like the lower frequencies of the We-Vibe items.
01/08/2012
null null
The deepest I've tried that had a known rating is the Gigi at 120Hz. I'd like to find out the rating of my Big Boss, and maybe even try a slower rating than that.
01/08/2012
Jenimi Jenimi
i'm prefer a very strong buzz but its hard when you live with room mates who want to study....
01/08/2012
Stinkytofu10 Stinkytofu10
Thanks for all the responses! I wish more companies would disclose their vibration frequency right on the packaging or user manuals. After using a TENS unit (more info here: link ) I find 110-115 Hz to be most pleasurable for me.
01/20/2012
QSBybakd QSBybakd
Quote:
Originally posted by Stinkytofu10
Thanks for all the responses! I wish more companies would disclose their vibration frequency right on the packaging or user manuals. After using a TENS unit (more info here: link ) I find 110-115 Hz to be most pleasurable for me. ...
Agreed! I wish it were easier to determine what kind of vibrations a toy gives off.
01/21/2012
Liz123 Liz123
It has to be intense and the highest speed possible for it to get any results for me.
01/21/2012
Dominekoyasha Dominekoyasha
Anything fast with settings on it,oh yeah.
02/23/2012
Total posts: 11
Unique posters: 10