Good for beginners?

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Good for beginners?

Jessw24 Jessw24
What are some good vibes to try for someone that doesn't have much experience with toys? I have a bullet that I bought at a Pure Romance party and my fiance ordered a vibrating c-ring, when we got it, it was WAY bigger than I expected but we use it and I like it. I'm just not sure how big is too big for a beginner and I don't feel comfortable discussing it with friends. I don't want to order something that is going to be too uncomfortable. I am looking for something reasonably priced, not loud and not intimidating.
08/23/2011
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Ghost Ghost
Most cheaper items are pretty loud, unfortunately. With sex toys, it is my opinion that you get what you pay for.
08/23/2011
Jessw24 Jessw24
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
Most cheaper items are pretty loud, unfortunately. With sex toys, it is my opinion that you get what you pay for.
I kinda had a feeling that's how it would go. I paid 28$ for the bullet but it isn't loud at all. I'm living with my mother still while I'm finishing up school so the privacy and quietness is a major issue.
08/23/2011
DeeDaw DeeDaw
You could try to buy a cheap rabbit. Or maybe a traditional vibe? Depends on the material you are looking for, your price range, and what you want it for (i.e. there are g-spot vibes, vibrators with clitoral attatchments, bullets, eggs, the list goes on...)
08/23/2011
Kkay Kkay
You can sort a search by loudness rating, and by price. That might help you find some potentials on the site to narrow down asking for help.
08/23/2011
Love Buzz Love Buzz
I strongly reccomend link
as a first or beginners toy. Its a great bullet, with amazingly strong vibes on high but low is low enough for those who only like light vibrations and because of its length it is insertible without being fatter than say a tampon. So at such a low price its kind of hard to go wrong with it

And most important of all its body safe, phthalate free and made by a reuptible company
08/23/2011
Jessw24 Jessw24
Thanks for the suggestions and I will sort by the loudness, that is one of my biggest concerns.
08/23/2011
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