The Best Vibrators for Orgasms
by Courtney Virden
Did you know that 50%-80% of U.S. women use a vibrator? While that number varies, the fact is, the majority of women are using them. For some, use of a vibrator begins because a woman isn't able to orgasm through intercourse and some are not able to orgasm at all. So the allure of intense orgasming (thanks to the show Sex and the City) is what has many searching for the best vibrators. While others use vibrators with partners and even couples vibrators. There are some women that can orgasm easily through manual stimulation and some through penetrative sex. For those often the allure of using sex toys is the ability to orgasm much quicker.
The most sought-after vibrators are clitoral vibrators, G-spot vibrators, or dual stimulation vibrators. Whatever the reason, especially those first using vibrators, the choices of which type to get can be overwhelming. Do you want a hands free vibrator? A rabbit vibrator or a discreet vibrator? Whether you’re wanting to add one into your collection or searching for that perfect newbie device, ahead I’m breaking down must-haves to help you decide which is right for you for ultimate sexual satisfaction and exploration. Learn more about the sexy toys for different types of orgasms below.
Best Vibrators for Orgasms
Let's go over some of the most popular and sought after vibrators. They are best sellers for a reason. If it is your first time in the market there are so many options. The bullet is often the first vibrator a women owns before diving into the other types. If you aren't climaxing and want to, these toys have helped many women achieve their first, and not last, orgasm. Even if you own plenty of vibrators you might discover a new kind you want to try. Here is a breakdown of each one so you can pick your pleasure.
PRICE: $69, CRAVE
The Crave Vesper is unique in the fact that it’s a beautiful high quality necklace and does not in any way look like a sex toy. It is surprisingly powerful and sleek, and can be worn anywhere. For those of you concerned someone would know you are wearing sex toy, most people who know probably have one themselves.
Sona 2 Cruise Sonic Clitoral Massager
PRICE: $99, LELO SONA
The soft silicone head is made to bend and move to hit your clitoris while the gentle pulsations add another layer of pleasure and stimulation.
Womanizer Premium Clitoral Toy
PRICE: $199, WOMANIZER VIBRATOR
Instead of the typical vibrations, this one uses gentle pleasure air technology to stimulate your clitoris. It feels different than your usual vibrator yet can take you over the edge quickly with the unique sensation of touchless stimulation. While it isn't a hands free sex toy it is easy to use. It is such a different feeling, and if you haven’t tried it, you are missing out.
PRICE: $100, LE WAND
For those wanting a bullet-type but don’t mind one that is a little larger than usual, you will love the sleekness and power this one holds. It’s 40% more powerful than their classic bullet yet still petite enough to carry around inconspicuously. It is a magic wand vibrator to many and has varying vibration settings.
PRICE: $78, SPORTSHEETS
Rabbits ears are popular for dual clitoral and G-spot stimulation, and the Peace Vibe delivers what it promises. It flexes and adjusts to your body, plus it is waterproof so it can be used anywhere for dual orgasms.
PRICE: $18.95, SHIBARI
If you’re looking for a wand-style that holds a lot of power and is more affordable, look no further than the Shibari Mini Halo. It is waterproof and has eight speeds to help you orgasm as slowly or quickly as you desire.
Bullet Rechargeable Waterproof Vibrator
A bullet is often the first vibrator a woman uses, and this one is strong and will not disappoint. It is small enough to carry in your purse, yet powerful enough to help you climax. Bullets are also often a go-to for couples looking to start incorporating one in the bedroom.
Arc G-Spot Vibrator
On the hunt for G-spot stimulation? The Arc is easy to use and adjust without making your arms sore or feeling like a contortionist. The motor is powerful, and a bonus is that it can also be used externally for clitoral stimulation.
Do You Want Vibrator Orgasms?
While you might be looking for your first or just adding to your collection, picking the vibrator for your desires and budget is key. You can get vibrators from a local sex toy shop, the websites from the manufacturers, and even Amazon, vibrators are everywhere. If you feel comfortable going to your local sex shop then go do it and take this list with you. If you are feeling shy or want to keep the fact that you are looking for a vibrator on the DL, then order from a website.
Talking about vibrators can still feel taboo to many but knowing over half of all women use them, it shouldn't be. Far too many women I work with are embarrassed to talk about sex and their sexuality. That is one reason I love being a pelvic floor specialist and being able to help women feel more confident in that department.