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Battery-Operated Boyfriend, Jesse Pinkman, Orgasmatron, Buzz Nightgear or plain old Vibe. No matter your term of choice, the humble vibrator is arguably the best known of all sex toys on the market.

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Buzzing Through the Centuries

Vibrators, or the first phallic sex toys, can be traced back 28,000 years B.C. to the Neolithic Era. These early sex toys were made of materials like siltstone and chalk. The first operating vibrator arrived during the late 19th century, but it wasn’t created for steamy, sensual fun. Early vibrators were used to relieve pain, depression, anxiety, head colds, gout, indigestion, constipation and even impotence.

In the 50s, vibrators were marketed as beauty aids that could transform the entire body. Once the 70s hit, the Hitachi Magic Wand started to get a lot of buzz, especially as an aid for enhancing masturbation. The 80s brought on the vibe that many of us know and love today — the Rabbit vibrator.

In 1983, the Japanese company Vibratex was the first to bring vibrators with internal and external components to the US. These vibrators came in bright colors and cute animal shapes to dodge obscenity laws in Japan at the time. But they only made things more fun for women in the States. In the 90s, The Rabbit became quite popular. It even got its own storyline on the hit show Sex and the City.

Picking the Best Vibrator

Today, there are vibrators for every erotic occasion. And you can find some of the best vibrators around right here at PinkCherry. If you’re not sure how to find the right one, here are some helpful hints.

Think About Your Hot Spots

Before you get your buzz on, think about the type of stimulation you enjoy the most. Doing so could help influence your choice in a major way. If you love the sensation of having something inside of you, try a vibrator that was meant to be inserted, like a realistic vibrator dildo. Prefer to have your clit and labia teased? Go for a clitoral stimulator or pump. If you love internal and external stimulation, combo vibrators like the Rabbit offer the best of both worlds. You can even find anal vibrators and penis vibrators, too. So don’t just buy any random vibrator when you’re shopping. Go for one that will really get your pulse racing.

Don’t Just Stick to One Brand or Price Point

PinkCherry makes it possible for you to find pleasure at every price point. As you’re shopping, don’t rule a vibrator out just because it’s on sale or from a brand that you’re not familiar with. Read the reviews. If they’re mostly glowing, give it a try. It never hurts to play around so you can find some real gems.

Don’t Start with the Biggest or Most Intricate Vibrator You Can Find

Remember, you’re not an adult film star, and the only person you have to impress is yourself. If you’re buying a vibrator for the first time, don’t feel pressured to get the biggest, most powerful one you can find. Start with a reasonable size and controls that are simple to use. Once you get comfortable with what you have, you can upgrade to a more advanced model.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Vibrators

Here are a few FAQs to keep in mind before you buy.

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If I buy a vibrator and don’t like it, can I return it?

Because vibrators were designed to come in contact with bodily fluids, they can’t be returned under any circumstances. Once they leave our warehouse, they are considered used. We cannot return them or offer refunds.


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What’s the best way to clean my vibrator?

First, we recommend that you clean your vibrator before and after every use. Doesn’t matter if you’re the only one using it. Clean it regularly. Also, when you get a new vibrator, read the instructions that come with it and follow the cleaning directions thoroughly. The instructions should tell you what you can and shouldn’t use to clean your vibrator. If you get lax with cleaning or use the wrong cleaning agent, you could possibly ruin your vibrator or end up with some more intimate issues.

Don’t ever use scented soaps to clean your vibrator because they often leave a residue that can irritate the genitals. Skip antibacterial soaps as well since they can be just as irritating. Instead, try a mild cleaner.

However you clean your vibrator, just be sure not to dunk it in water or soak it unless it’s completely waterproof. If you’re not sure if your vibrator can be submerged, you can ask us or just opt to wipe your toy down with a cloth. Since we offer the best vibrators you'll find anywhere, we want to make sure they give you the most pleasure possible!


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