Recommend my wife a beginner vibrator...

Recommend my wife a beginner vibrator...

trynthings trynthings
My wife has never used a vibrator, that is until recently. I purchased the Doc Johnson Velvet touch 7" vibe. It was too hard of a material for her, and too powerful (she is a very sensitive redhead). She did enjoy it outside but not penetration. So I was hoping you could recommend a good one for her. We'd like something that could be used while I go down on her.

Things she'd be looking for are:

1. Soft realistic feel (flex or no flex just soft)
2. Low intensity
3. Non intimidating
4. Allergy safe material (sensitive skin)
5. Something small
6. No crazy shapes or clit stimulators (that's what I'm for)
7. Inexpensive (In case she doesn't like it)

She reaches orgasm every time we have sex. This is more for my pleasure, something about a girl getting off with a vibe just does it for me.

We were thinking this one but not sure if it's soft enough?: link

Thanks in advance.
12/16/2013
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Ansley Ansley
Most vibrators are clit stimulators as that is where most women prefer to experience vibrations when using a toy. Outside of that what it sounds like you may be in the market for is just a straight up traditional vibrator.
12/16/2013
trynthings trynthings
I was thinking this one after reading some reviews:link
but again I'm not sure if this is a soft material?
12/16/2013
edeneve edeneve
you need to be more specific about soft material.
12/16/2013
trynthings trynthings
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Originally posted by edeneve
you need to be more specific about soft material.
Something that feels like an actual penis. Not hard plastic with no give. No coated PVC. Not really sure what would be a good choice for the realistic feel.
12/16/2013
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by trynthings
Something that feels like an actual penis. Not hard plastic with no give. No coated PVC. Not really sure what would be a good choice for the realistic feel.
That's just about unheard of unless you get a realistic dildo that vibrates. The vibe is inserted at the end of the dildo and the vibrations don't translate very well.
12/16/2013
Rossie Rossie
Fun Factory's silicone is squishier than the other brands, too bad you don't want one with a clit stimulator, or else I would suggest the Bimini Ocean. It's a vibrator that is waterproof, rumbly, and made with velvety soft silicone. Its insertable length is only 3", with a circumference of 4" (diameter: 1 1/4"). It has 4 speeds and three vibration patterns. And best of all, it has a nice G-spot head! Read Ryuson's Bimini Ocean review and watch her video if you want to learn more about the toy.
12/16/2013
trynthings trynthings
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Originally posted by Ansley
That's just about unheard of unless you get a realistic dildo that vibrates. The vibe is inserted at the end of the dildo and the vibrations don't translate very well.
This sounds like exactly what we had in mind. Besides we don't want it realistic looking just feel. Any recommendations on one that would fit the bill. Something on the smaller side, and 1" diameter or less.

Thanks for the help
12/17/2013
trynthings trynthings
Would this one be any good? Is it actually an Eden product or a fake?link
12/17/2013
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by trynthings
Would this one be any good? Is it actually an Eden product or a fake?link
Interesting, curious to hear Stormy's response. Looks like someone else is using "Eden" as their brand name, but the logo design is different. And there's no mention of what material that vibrator's made with...probably harmful jelly material -- I wouldn't try that vibrator if I were you.
12/17/2013
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Rossie
Interesting, curious to hear Stormy's response. Looks like someone else is using "Eden" as their brand name, but the logo design is different. And there's no mention of what material that vibrator's made with...probably harmful ...
We've taken on a few well known designs as a private label, I'm not sure that's one of them. At any rate, as far as I know Amazon links are still a no-no.

To the OP, jelly toys leak chemicals and should be used with toy covers or condoms.
12/17/2013
Ansley Ansley
Try this or this (the second one is silicone).

The ultimate problem here is that you want something that vibrates, but yet soft on the outside. Most toys that vibrate are going to be plastic or silicone and while the silicone can be plush (velvet-y to the touch, etc) it's still going to be a ridged toy due to the internal structure. In order for the vibrations to translate well, the toy has to be hollow in the center, which usually meanst here's a hard tube of plastic to house the mechanism and keep the dildo from being a floppy mess.

I think a lot of people have this same problem -- they see a toy that looks perfect but they have to compromise on one of their wants. Very rarely can you get everything you want in one toy and to be so specific is going to limit the results.

Here are all of our vibrating dildos that we currently have in stock. Browse through those to see if any strike your fancy.
12/17/2013
charmedtomeetyou charmedtomeetyou
Things that are going to feel realistic will probably look that way too, seems to be the way things work.

If it's about the visual for you then I'd say maybe a slimmer tradional vibe. They will be firm and not realistic to the touch, but slimmer so as not to be too hard feeling while you thrust. On the plus side, lots of them are light on power and very reasonable in price.

Oo...what about this one? link

It's silicone, not realistic and vibrates. So, it won't be as hard as plastic, will give you some variety of use, and it's not pricey. You might be able to get some G-spot fun out of it, and it's a non-threatening pink.
12/17/2013
trynthings trynthings
What do y'all think of this one? link I just which it was a little smaller so my wife don't freak out when I pull out this monster! Is this a good one?

Or I like this one that Stormy mentioned link but at 2" diameter it may have too much girth. She is very tight I'd say 1.5" would be max. Do they offer a skinnier version of this one? I really like how the controls are it would be perfect for controlling the speed while giving head.
12/17/2013
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by trynthings
What do y'all think of this one? link I just which it was a little smaller so my wife don't freak out when I pull out this monster! Is this a good one?

Or I like this one that Stormy mentioned link but at 2" diameter it may have ...
Perhaps it's time to start working on taking more girth. The top one you linked to is TPR and would need a toy cover or condom if she's sensitive or concerned about materials being body-safe.
12/17/2013
trynthings trynthings
Maybe she would enjoy the 2" diameter, I was curious as to how it would compare to me. And I'm 4.75" circumference which is 1.51" diameter. So do you think the 2" would be enjoyable for her? Or would it be painful? And also we wouldn't want it to stretch anything after repeated use.
12/18/2013
trynthings trynthings
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Originally posted by Ansley
Perhaps it's time to start working on taking more girth. The top one you linked to is TPR and would need a toy cover or condom if she's sensitive or concerned about materials being body-safe.
Maybe it is time too go for the girth! As far as the other one we wouldn't want to have to deal with a condom or anything like that.

Of the choices on this list which is the best as far as body safe and the most pleasurable?
link

Thanks for the help!
12/18/2013
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by trynthings
Maybe she would enjoy the 2" diameter, I was curious as to how it would compare to me. And I'm 4.75" circumference which is 1.51" diameter. So do you think the 2" would be enjoyable for her? Or would it be painful? And also we ...
That's a gross misconception, the vagina is designed to stretch and it goes right back to where it was. A 2" diameter is a good start...it's smaller than you think.
12/18/2013
trynthings trynthings
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Originally posted by Ansley
That's a gross misconception, the vagina is designed to stretch and it goes right back to where it was. A 2" diameter is a good start...it's smaller than you think.
Okay I'm thinking this one would do then.link
Does anyone know the order of the settings? Because I believe it was the Eden Wavy G or the Tease where one reviewer said it starts on high then goes to medium then low. It doesn't say on the description but hopefully it starts on low and build up from there.

Thanks
12/18/2013
edeneve edeneve
you want to have a body safe material. not all statements of this type are always accurate so I would research any vibe online. and when in doubt, you can always use a condom.
12/18/2013
trynthings trynthings
Being there are no reviews on this one link just wondering if any of you are familiar with it? Is it good enough to bring you to an orgasm?
12/18/2013
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by trynthings
Being there are no reviews on this one link just wondering if any of you are familiar with it? Is it good enough to bring you to an orgasm?
Great question! I'm not familiar with this particular manufacturer. Anyone else know anything about them?
12/18/2013
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
Quote:
Originally posted by trynthings
My wife has never used a vibrator, that is until recently. I purchased the Doc Johnson Velvet touch 7" vibe. It was too hard of a material for her, and too powerful (she is a very sensitive redhead). She did enjoy it outside but not penetration. ...
I would suggest something in the Jopen line. However they are relatively expensive . I think you get what you pay for with Jopen and Lelo brands. The intensity can be controlled. Then when she decides on more, it is available. They are safe, non intimidating,(actually nice looking) and come is different shapes and sizes.I would also suggest sticking to 1.5 diameter. Not much sense getting a girthy 2.0 inch and then not used. The Jopen clit stimulator's have a separate controls. You can use it or leave it off. Of she can use it in your absence or if you get tired.

Read the reviews on the ones that interest you.
Think of the money you will save. Buying one then another and another until you get the the high end ones. Just get one of the top of the line now !
12/18/2013
BlackOrchid BlackOrchid
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Originally posted by Rossie
Fun Factory's silicone is squishier than the other brands, too bad you don't want one with a clit stimulator, or else I would suggest the Bimini Ocean. It's a vibrator that is waterproof, rumbly, and made with velvety soft silicone. Its ...
was thinking the same thing, except the Spring! It's discontinued here though....
12/19/2013
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