Looking for broad stimulation, deep, rumbly vibrator

Looking for broad stimulation, deep, rumbly vibrator

ShoL ShoL
I'm looking for advice on a vibrator. I need broad, non direct stimulation as my clit is too sensitive to stimulate directly. I don't need anything powerful, just something rumbly and deep. For comparison, I really like the vibrations on the We-Vibe sync and the Jopen vanity vr6 internal arm, but I really don't like the vibrations on the We vibe rave at all. I'm not really sure what it is about the rave.. it might have to do with the firmness of the vibe. I think I like the more flexible vibes because of the way the vibrations move through them. I'm looking for both g-spot and clitoral vibes. Any suggestions?
11/28/2017
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Lena Eden Lena Eden
Quote:
Originally posted by ShoL
I'm looking for advice on a vibrator. I need broad, non direct stimulation as my clit is too sensitive to stimulate directly. I don't need anything powerful, just something rumbly and deep. For comparison, I really like the vibrations on the ...
Hi ShoL,

You can try low-intensity rabbits and bendable vibes. Also, TPR is known as a softer material than silicone, for example.
11/30/2017
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Lena Eden
Hi ShoL,You can try low-intensity rabbits and bendable vibes. Also, TPR is known as a softer material than silicone, for example.
Silicone dildos come in a wide variety of firmness levels. The early models were very firm, but each successive generation has softened.

The first softer toys were the Vixen Vixskin dual-density - which have been and continue to be loved for their soft surface and firm core.

Toys from Vamp, Square Peg Toys and Bad Dragon (and others) come in formations that range from soft to almost too soft.

I wouldn't recommend TPR for anyone or anything. Stay with silicone and be a smart buyer. Know what you are looking - and read as many reviews as you can find for the options you are looking for.
11/30/2017
Lena Eden Lena Eden
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Silicone dildos come in a wide variety of firmness levels. The early models were very firm, but each successive generation has softened.

The first softer toys were the Vixen Vixskin dual-density - which have been and continue to be loved for ...
While silicone is known as the safest material (along with the Pyrex glass), TPR toys can still be cleaned. But of course, it is recommended to use condoms with this type of toys.
12/01/2017
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Lena Eden
While silicone is known as the safest material (along with the Pyrex glass), TPR toys can still be cleaned. But of course, it is recommended to use condoms with this type of toys.
Years ago I actually tried your theory - but it got to be an expensive hassle. For similar reasons, IMO very few people use condoms with their toys - but if they do, it's going to be about $1+ for each condom.

Eventually you've paid the same as you would for a silicone toy - but you still have a TPR one that you'll likely need to throw away after a year or 2.
12/01/2017
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