A Vibrator is a sex toy for the body and skin, to stimulate the nerves for a relaxing and pleasurable feeling. Some vibrators are designed to stimulate erogenous zones for erotic stimulation.
Vibrators may be recommended by sex therapists to women who have difficulty reaching orgasm through masturbation and/or intercourse.
Couples may also choose to use a vibrator to enhance the pleasure of one or both partners. There is a device available that functions as a small vibrator specifically meant for couples to use during intercourse.


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Vibrator Buying Guide: The Greatest Vibes for Sexual Pleasure

The world of sex toys can almost feel like going out on blind dates: Choosing the right one can be awkward, difficult, and sometimes even confusing.

You might run into a few duds before the Right One comes along and opens the door to a new world of pleasure.

Of course, you don't have to spend years searching for the best vibrator for you now that you have found this guide.

We have done the "dirty work" for you to help answer all of your questions about buying a new vibrators for women, including the types, shapes, voltage, and materials.

1. Sensations

When you imagine a vibrator, you probably think of a rumbling, shaking stick made of plastic.

This is the classic "wand" vibrator. Now, while many women do love this kind of vibrator, it's not always the best vibe for a beginner.

Maybe you don't want something as intimidating. Or maybe it's not intimidating enough (we won't judge).

So, when it comes to choosing, you shouldn't rely solely on the shape.

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Am I focused on clitoral stimulation? Do I want to target the G-spot? Or do I need both?
  • Do I enjoy localized sensations or vibrations that spread throughout the vulva?
  • Do I like slow speed or fast speed?
  • What are my self-pleasure habits like? Do I do the same thing all the time? Or do I prefer switching things up?

Once you have figured out if you're a Malaysian who prefers intense, clitoral stimulation or a lady who likes vibes that radiate outward while getting some G-spot stimulation, you can then start to find the shapes, sizes, and girths that can pleasure you the right way.

2. Shapes

There are 4 types of vibrators to consider for women: bullet and egg vibrators, G-spot vibrators, Rabbit vibrators, and the traditional wand vibrator.

There are also variants like the wand massager or vibrating dildos, too, but for all intents and purposes, we'll file those under "traditional."

With these categories in mind, let's discuss the differences and similarities of each one.

Bullet & Egg Vibrators

These kinds of vibrators are small, discrete, quiet, inexpensive, and travel-friendly.

For first timers and those who prefer direct clitoral stimulation, egg vibrators are an excellent choice, because the vibes aren't as strong as other, larger types.

This style also requires a special type of battery, which might be difficult to obtain for some. A plus to bullet and egg vibrators is that they can be paired with other sex toys like penis rings and anal plugs.

G-Spot Vibrators

Ah, the mysterious G-spot. You might have trouble manually stimulating this sensitive region inside the vagina, so grabbing a G-spot vibrator makes it much easier and pleasurable.

The curved shape of this vibrator ensures you will stimulate the G-spot every single time and is very beginner-friendly.

The downside is that, while these vibrators are great for vaginal penetration and G-spot stimulation, they are not very versatile and cannot be used for much else.

Rabbit Vibrators

Do you have trouble having an orgasm?

Perhaps you need more stimulation in multiple erogenous zones. That is where rabbit vibrations shine. These wacky looking vibrators are made to stimulate both the clitoris and the inside of the vagina, comes with various modes that can intensify the vibrations and sensations, and usually comes with a bunch of other special features like thrusting.

Because of these features, rabbit vibrators are often the most expensive of all vibrators - but that's not to say they aren't worth it.

You are guaranteed an orgasm every time you use a rabbit vibrator.

Traditional Vibrators

Traditional vibrators and their cousin the vibrating dildo are another excellent choice for first timers or those who prefer a more natural feel.

Both are inexpensive options that do their job well. Both traditional vibrators and dildo vibrators are long, come in various thicknesses, and use materials like silicone and non-toxic metals.

The downside is that these vibrators lack the special features and shapes of other vibrators, making them only really good for direct vaginal stimulation (although you can also massage your clitoris too).

The main thing to keep in mind, though, is to actually like the way the vibrator looks.

It might sound silly right now, but you don't want to purchase something that looks garish or nightmarish that you will be too afraid to try. Since the sex toy is going to be turning you on, you want it to look appealing to you.

3. Materials

Next, you want to consider the materials you want, because sex toys are as varied as groceries.

A smart Malaysian shopper will compare the materials, sensations, and shapes of multiple vibrations, because every component can change the look and feel of the sex toy.

Be sure to choose safe materials like silicone, TPE or TPR. Plastic is a great choice for those who want something a bit more firm. Plastic can be difficult to clean, however.

Silicone, however, is highly recommended for a number of reasons, because it is safe for insertion, easy to clean with just some soap and water, and cost effective. Silicone also transmits vibrations extremely well, ensuring you get a wonderful vibe every time.

Be sure to avoid toys made from "jelly rubber," which contains dangerous phthalates.

4. Size

A common mistake that beginning buys often make is purchasing a vibrator that is much bigger than they can handle.

The typical vibrator measures around 12 cm long and 2.5 cm wide, making it comparable to an average sized penis. If you don't have a lot of sexual experience, go for the smaller vibrators, like bullets and eggs. You can always purchase something bigger later on.

5. Noise Level

Lastly, we recommend considering the noise level. Most Malaysian households and apartments have walls that can transmit noise, so if you live somewhere with paper thin walls, you don't want a vibrator that sounds like a blender every time you turn it on.

Even if you don't have that kind of living arrangement, quieter vibes are great for people who travel often or want to be able to pleasure themselves without worrying about the noise.

Silicone products will generally sound softer than those made of hard plastic, but the size and shape of the vibrator also has some influence on the noise level.

Vibrators for Women - Conclusion

Now that you know what to look for when buying a new vibrator, use these tips as you search for vibrators, vibrating dildos, or egg vibrators.

You will have no problem finding a vibrator that makes you say, "Ooh, yeah."