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Which Rabbit Vibrator to choose?
A good rabbit vibrator will have several different settings, with various speeds and rotations. You may however want to start with a more basic rabbit and work your way up to one that’s all singing and dancing as sometime all the settings can be off putting initially.
Check the dimension of the vibrator and compare a few, to make sure the rabbit vibrator isn’t going to be too big or too small.
Rabbit vibrators now come as rechargeable or battery operated. Rechargeable vibrators are generally more expensive but mean that you don’t have to keep spending money on batteries.
Depending on your set up, will depend on whether a quieter vibrator may be important, look for a whisper quiet vibrator, these are the quietest on the market.
Also, if you fancy experimenting in the bath or shower, a lot of rabbit vibrators are waterproof, so provide endless possibilities!
Don’t forget to use plenty of lubricant, we generally recommend a water-based lubricant as it gives a great all over wet feeling and enhances your orgasm. Try YES as it is organic and PH balanced so kind to your vagina. Using a lubricant is so important and can have benefits. It can allow you to relax into enjoying sex, rather than worrying about painful sex or vaginal dryness.
There are different types of lubricants to try, depending on your needs and sex toy, so always check in the product guidelines which lubricant is compatible with your luxury vibrator.
Whatever vibrator you choose, whether its luxury or a £10 bullet vibrator one vital point to remember is safety. Ensure your toy doesn’t feature phatalates and BPA, as you probably don’t want toys with these entering your body. Also, if a vibrator is super cheap it’s probably made with super cheap plastic, so avoid it. Silicone, hard plastic and metal are the best materials for a vibrator to be made of as bacteria or dirt find it harder to stick to.