Your Vibrator Shopping Guide
New to the vibrator game? Here’s a buyer’s guide to find the right one for you.
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Whether you’re new to vibrators or are curious about new tech, here are five great models available in Canada that can help add some spice to pandemic life.
1. I need fresh tech
Most of your clitoris is actually internal — that wee nub you see is only the beginning. In the past few years, there’s been an explosion (she said explosion) of options in a newer category of sex toy that uses pulsing airwaves instead of direct vibrations to stimulate your entire clit.
Melt by We-Vibe, $159, we-vibe.com
2. Little help here? I’m new
A bullet-style mini vibe can be the least intimidating way to start exploring sex toys (and it’s also a handy tool to have in your goodie drawer if you get into other toys that are designed to be powered by a bullet). This baby is rechargeable and has 20 different vibration patterns.
Screaming O Charged Vooom Bullet, $40, screamingo.com
3. I like a classic
This chic standard vibrator can be used internally or externally and has an easy single-button control, which makes it great for beginners. Extra points for being a Canadian brand!
Aurora by Bellesa, $99, bboutique.co
4. Supersize me
Old-school wand vibrators can feel ridiculous at first because they’re just so large, but there’s a reason they’ve been around for so long. Their long reach means they’re especially handy (she said handy) for people with mobility issues and for partner play, and their powerful rumble means you can actually use them for massaging muscles elsewhere too.
Lelo Smart Wand Medium, $209, lelo.com
5. I’m ready to level up
A rabbit-style vibe is the ideal two-in-one toy. One “ear” is used for clitoral stimulation, while the other goes to work on your G spot internally. This model is super bendy, so the external ear never loses contact with your clitoris.
We-Vibe Nova 2, $159, we-vibe.com