Some people prefer steady vibrations while others like pulsing stimulation
Jan 23,2023 | Lovevib
Buying a vibrator is an incredibly personal thing. It's important to remember that there are no right or wrong answers, and you should buy what feels good to you.First, think about budget. If this is your first time buying a vibrator, it's probably best to start with something inexpensive and see how it goes from there. Once you know what kind of sensations and shapes feel good for you, then go ahead and splurge on something fancy (or not).Second, think about what kind of vibration patterns work for you—some people prefer steady vibrations while others like pulsing stimulation; some enjoy more intense vibrator app while others prefer milder ones; some like low RPMs while others like high RPMs. You might find out that certain speeds do nothing for your clitoral nerves but can send chills up the length of your spine when applied internally (or vice versa!). In addition to finding out if particular patterns work for them personally—and whether those patterns match their partner's preferences—women should also be aware that some toys are made with noisier motors than others; if sound matters when using toys during sex with partners who can hear from across the room or through walls/doors/closed windows then please consider this factor before making a purchase!