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How To Use A Vibrator - Beginners Guide

Updated: Jan 14

So you've got yourself a vibrator and you're wanting to arm yourself with the right information to make sure you get the most out of it? Or perhaps you're just unsure on how to use your vibrator? Read on, we've got the info!

Getting intimate with it

Getting to know your vibrator

Many have multiple vibration patterns, modes and speeds so spend time reading the manual and familiarising yourself with vibrator to hand so you know what’s what.

This will also allow you to quickly, if needed switch it up or down a mode as you’re reaching peak.


Charged up?

Nobody wants a battery let down to kill the mood at the critical point so make sure you’re charged and ready.

Set some time alone for yourself as you’ll want to allow yourself to get really turned on and then take as much time as you need to masturbate until you climax.


Use it or lube it

Lubing can make the vibrator experience so much more pleasant; The right lube will help the toy glide against your skin and avoid rubbing.

If you’re wanting to penetrate yourself with the toy, you’ll definitely want to use lube.

Ensure you’re using a lube that’s compatible with your toy. Water based lubes work with silicone toys for instance whilst silicone lubes contrarily should NOT be used with silicone toys.


Start Slow

When you’re ready to use the vibrator, turn it down to the lowest possible power setting. Try a basic pattern setting, like a constant vibration first.

We always recommend starting slowly especially if you’ve had experiences previously that were too much for you

Work it around the lower half of your body to gauge the level of contact that you want between your vibrator and your skin. Once comfortable start moving it towards your intimate areas.


Depending on what starts to feel good as you move it around your intimate areas you try moving towards and holding the vibrator against areas that respond well for you, we find the labia works well as it indirectly stimulates your clitoris.

Some like their vibrator directly against their clitoris whilst others don’t like that level of direct intensity.


Alternatively you can try keeping your underwear on, and using the vibrator over that as this dampens down the intensity but gives you enough of a feel for it.


Honing in your sexual hotspots

Many vibrators are designed to be used externally on your clitoris because many women need to reach orgasm.

Starting out you’ll probably want to focus most of your attention on using your vibrator externally, but if your toy is designed for penetration you can also experiment with using it internally.

Some women like the in and out motion of penetration.

If your toy is designed for G-spot stimulation, try using the head of the toy to rub against the front wall of your vagina underneath your abdomen. This is where your G-spot is located and pressure there can feel really good because you indirectly stimulate the internal portion of the clitoris.


Come again?

By starting our slow and following our tips above you’ll very quickly get a feel for what works for you. It’s then simply a case of building upon your progress and comfortably introducing yourself to more intensity and/or additional pressure or penetration if you are aching for more.

Vibrators can be a fun and fulfilling part of any solo or companion based play so getting it right early on is crucial to understanding what works well for you.

This will help you avoid early turn off on what should be really a hugely rewarding part of your sexual experiences.


This should put a lid on your query " how to use a vibrator?" but always drop us an email if you're needing additional help.


Have fun!


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