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Treat yourself to a new Vibe and choose from Vibrators including; rabbit Vibrators, Egg Vibrators, Wand Vibrators, and even Remote Controlled Vibes. Shop for a g-spot Vibrator for targeted g-spot stimulation or a clitoral Vibrator for clit stimulation. Browse and buy Vibrators, including from LELO, Doxy Wand Vibrator, We-Vibe, and Doc Johnson. To know how to use a Vibrator including vaginal or anal penetration or to read our reviews on the best Vibrators, then check out our handy guides. Buy your new Vibrator at, the online Sex Toy retail store with easy online shopping with discreet packaging for all your consumer needs.

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How to use a Vibrator.

Always purchase vibrators from a reputable retailer like us, who can offer you advice about products. All of our vibrators are accompanied with operational manuals but using a vibrator to give sexual pleasure is more about personal preference. It's important to use your vibrator to its full extent and discover the intense sexual pleasure you can get from using a sex toy.

We strongly advise that when opening your new vibrator, that you clean the body with warm water and soap prior to use. Please refer to the manufacturers instructions on cleaning and sanitising your product. Ensure the batteries are connected correctly before using and familiarise yourself with the buttons and operations.

As always with a new Sex Toy we suggest you try for the first time solo, preferably completely alone. Most vibrators are quiet, but you may find you could make sounds of orgasmic pleasure. If you are nervous, you can experiment around with other body parts to discover your sensitivity to the vibrations. You might find using a mirror advantageous to see what you are doing with your vibrator and the sweet spots of your clitoris, vagina or anus. Experiment with pressure and try gentle caressing to deep pressure to see what turns you on. Unlike the non-vibrating Dildo, penetration is not required to reach orgasm. Remember that every person is different in what they like, so it’s perfectly fine to enjoy lower speed settings.

When you feel comfortable with the operation set the vibrator with the lowest speed and gently massage your clitoris or anus as desired. Allow time to feel and sense the waves of vibration to establish your comfort levels. When ready, increase to speed settings as comfort allows and find that level to bring you to powerful orgasm.

Experiment with settings, as some vibrators may have pre-set patterns of vibrations. Again personal preference will dictate if you prefer constant or intermittent vibration which increases or decreases the intensity. If you feel comfortable, try massaging over the labia, clitoral hood and inside the vagina will give a range of stimulation. Some models are intended for insertion and ensure your vibrator is suited for internal use before trying. You may need lube to make penetration comfortable, and using condoms is advised if you are sharing the sex toy.

Before insertion, we suggest turning the power off until you have experimented. When ready massage a small amount of lubricant onto your finger and on the shaft of the vibrator. Slowly insert the vibrator into your vagina and go at your own pace, gently sliding it in and out slowly. We suggest starting the vibration on the lowest setting and either leave the vibrator in place or move it back and forth. Either way, you may find the G-Spot orgasm deeper, but harder to build up. When you feel ready, you may want to introduce the vibrator to your partner and teach them how it can bring you pleasure.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a vibrator?
The vibrator is known to make great sex toys for achieving sexual stimulation and orgasm via the clitoris, vagina and anus. Even men have a lot to enjoy from using an anal Vibrator. Regardless of gender, the vibrator can perform wonders when it comes to sexual satisfaction. In fact, the use of vibrators is gradually becoming more popular among not just single people but also couples as a marital aid. They can be used solo during masturbation or during sexual activity with a partner to heighten the experience. A G-spot Vibrator can play a positive role in your sex life. There is more information on how to use a vibrator in our guide section.
Who invented the vibrator?
The electric vibrator was not sold as a Sex Toy in shops when first launched. It was invented as an electric massager for pain treatment for men by physician Joseph Mortimer Granville. Contrary to urban myth there is little evidence this was used for clitoral stimulation on women for medical reasons, and masturbation was considered shameful at the time. It was not until the sexual revolution of the 1960’s that the vibrator was publicly as a sensual Sex Toy. Even in the 70’s body massagers such as the Hitachi Magic Wand where still being sold as massagers thanks to laws prohibiting primary use for stimulation of human genitals. In Japan to bypass obscenity laws, Sex Toy company Vibratex produced vibrators colourful and shaped like animals. Thanks to an episode of Sex in the City, their rabbit pearl Vibrator shot into public awareness. While the battery operated boyfriend is readily available to buy on the internet or Sex Toy shops, it is still considered taboo which would explain the popularity of the silent vibrator.
How does a vibrator work?
Why are sales of the vibrator so high and give so much pleasure with a simple bit of vibration? The science is still not completely clear, but they are not called clit tickler for no reason. While the sexual stimulation and orgasm from using a vibrator is complicated and intense for both men and women, the operating mechanism of your typical vibrator is quite simple.

The anal vibrator works the same as a clitoral vibrator. and the g-spot Vibrator operates the same way, but there are some that have more complex features. For instance, a more sophisticated or luxury vibrator can come with controls that allow you to easily switch between its various functions and speeds to match your sexual arousal and demands.

Nonetheless, at their core, all vibrators consist of the following:

  • Motor
    This is what enables your vibrator to do what it does – vibrate. Unlike other motors that seek to run as smooth as possible, the aim of a vibrator’s motor is to wobble or vibrate as much as possible. Each vibrator depending on its quality and design will vary when it comes to speed of the motor, its weight, and so on. These factors will all combine to determine the type of vibration and pleasure a vibrator delivers
  • Power Source
    The motor of a vibrator can’t work without a power source. And the more powerful a motor is, the bigger the power source it will require. Vibrators such as the Hitachi Magic Wand or Eroscillator, are powered directly from a wall socket. More complex vibrator machines like the Sybian saddle, minimises mobility further

    There are a variety of portable battery powered vibrators available. Some use rechargeable lithium ion batteries and others use replaceable dry-cell batteries. These can be carried around or even be used while you are on the go. Styles like the rabbit vibrator may have independent moving parts.

  • Controls
    The controls are what enable you to turn your vibrator on and off. In more advanced vibrators, there are additional controls that allow you control the intensity of the vibration as well as other settings. Advanced vibrators with settings that let you cycle through different speeds and patterns typically possess a PCB (printed circuit board) on the inside. Switching functions in a vibrator without a PCB would deliver a less seamless and satisfying user experience. Remote controls options open up Teledildonics and Love Eggs.
  • Housing
    All the components of your vibrator will be packed into the housing. The housing typically consists of hard plastic, or in some cases metal. Asides from keeping the vibrator’s guts on the inside, the housing will also have a significant effect on how the vibrations of the motor will be channelled to pleasure you.
  • Skin
    This is the last layer of the vibrator. In more affordable products, there might be no layer of skin on the housing or it may be a simple soft rubber. But in higher end products, the skin over the housing can comprise of jelly rubber, silicon, or cyberskin. What counts as the best skin to deliver you the most pleasure will depend on your unique preferences. But typically, silicone and cyberskin come highly recommended because of their texture and safety.
Best vibrator for women?
Ever since the Hitachi Magic Wand massager was first used as a Sex Toy and the increased popularity of the rabbit vibrator, sex lives have been sparked back into life. Generally speaking, a vibrator is good for you because great sex is good for your mental, emotional and physical health. Having a satisfying sex life is also known to boost self-esteem and general outlook on life. The g-spot vibrator can give powerful orgasms to put a smile and any face.

Whether you are single or in a relationship, other reasons you should consider getting a vibrator include:

  • Sex toys can rejuvenate the sexual organ – For women, the use of sex toys can alleviate the distressing symptoms of menopause. They can also really help after childbirth or gynaecological surgery to maintain the flexibility of the vaginal tissue flexible, as well as promote blood flow to the area. In men, a vibrator can help combat low sex drive, erectile dysfunction, and difficulty having an orgasm. This will be accomplished by promoting blood flow to erectile tissues, erogenous zones, and stimulating nerves that play a part in growing and maintaining penile erection. Men can also use an anal vibrator on themselves or their partner.
  • Improves intimacy – Among couples, affection is key to a lasting relationship and continued sexual attraction and the introduction of remote vibrators could re-spark that excitement. A sex toy such as a clitoral vibrator can help with this by assisting couples in exploring their bodies and sexual desires in new ways. This can result in increased intimacy and more satisfying climaxes
How do you buy a vibrator?
At, we take your privacy very seriously. We ensure your selection of vibrators or other sex toy delivered to the address of your choosing. No one has to be the wiser about your purchase thanks to our 100% secure and discreet ordering and delivery. Even your credit card statement won’t mention the contents of your order. We sell all types of vibrator, including luxury models and cheap vibrators starting at £5.95.

To place an order or find out more about our vibrator options, give us a call today for a private chat.

Can you use a vibrator when pregnant?
As long as you are having a healthy, low-risk pregnancy then YES! It is perfectly safe to masturbate or use vibrators whilst pregnant. Remember to clean your vibrator before and after use and to store them in a clean, dry place!
What is the best vibrator?
Here are the best vibrators available to buy in 2019. These are the most popular and best-selling vibrator on our site this year:


  1. Best Bullet VibratorLoving Joy Bullet Vibrator – £29.95 – This popular bullet vibrator is most likely the best selling due it’s cheap sale price, and was voted the best vibrator by Good Housekeeping in 2017 and 2018. Small but powerful, it has 20 amazing functions to rock your world.

  2. Best Rabbit VibratorJessica Rabbit Ultimate Extra Vibrator – £34.95 – This rabbit vibrator hits all the right spots. The bunny ears will tickle your clitoris as the vibrating shaft stimulates the G-Spot.

  3. Best Double Ended Vibrating DildoRechargeable Double Ended Vibrating Dildo – £54.95 – Made from silicone to be smooth and firm, yet flexible to be used as a couple. Rechargeable to not have wires to get in the way.

  4. Best Cheap Vibrator for value – Lovers Couples Sextoys Bundle – £118.40 of products for just £54.95 – What a bargain, why buy just a single Vibrator when you can get the Loving Joy Versa Multi-Purpose Flexible Vibrator worth £44.95 and for just an extra £10 a host of other essentials for some exciting couple sex play, including a Vibrating Love Ring, Lubricant, massage oil, clit clip, riding crop, and under the mattress restraints. Everything you could want for a night in.

  5. Best Clitoral Vibrator – Svakom Iris Clitoral and G-Spot Vibrator – £59.95 – Svakom introduced a unique design of three overlapping oval raised rings, which means you can focus on stimulating anywhere you please both internally and externally.

  6. Best App Controlled Vibrator- We-Vibe Rave App Controlled G-Spot Vibrator – £99.95 – The We-Vibe Rave has a unique asymmetrical shape for ease of use and any movement or twist sends sensations of pleasure. The modern free We-Connect app gives the ability to control the vibrator from anywhere in the world.

  7. Best Vibrating Eggs LELO Lyla 2 Cerise Remote Control Egg – £109.95 – The pinnacle of intimate luxury is the Lelo Lyla 2 remote control egg. Perfect for intimate solo or couple play due to its near-silent running. Under the silicone case shell which is fully waterproof and rechargeable, with 8 functions (6 standard/ 2 sensemotion). Lelo’s pioneering SenseMotion technology leads the wireless remote control, giving 12 metres of wireless range.

You can view our full review of the best vibrator sex toys and get guidance on how to use a vibrator in our Sex Toys Guide Section.