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Ultimate Sex Toys Guide

Ultimate Sex Toys Guide

If you've got a question about sex toys, then Adam and Eve has the answer! Our Ultimate Sex Toys Guide is filled with inside information, tips and advice to help you find the very best sex toys, learn how to use them, and how to clean them. Because if you take care of your sex toys, they'll keep you happy for many nights to come!

What are Sex Toys?

To put it simply, sex toys are anything that makes sex better, more fun or more enjoyable. With some imagination you can turn virtually anything into a sex toy, whether it's a cigar, the boss's desk or a pumpkin. But it's a lot easier – not to mention safer – to stick with regular sex toys like dildos, masturbators, vibrators and penis rings. There are still thousands of sex toys for you to try, and you'll never have to explain how the apple pie ended up a big hole in the middle.

How to Find the Best Sex Toys

With all the different sex toys out there, it can be pretty hard to find the right toys for you. We asked Adam & Eve's sex toy experts for some advice, and they put together a cheat sheet with all the inside details about sex toys so you can find your ideal wingman or wingwoman.

Sex ToysProsConsUses
Anal Sex Toy

Anal Sex Toys

Made from anal-friendly materials

Includes special safety features

Not everyone is comfortable with anal penetration

Anal stimulation

Ben Wa Balls

Ben Wa Balls

Strengthens her vaginal muscles

Not as stimulating as other toys

Made for women only

Kegel exercises

Stronger orgasms

Dildos

Dildos

Fills you up like nothing else

Never needs batteries

Not as stimulating as a vibrator

Deep Penetration

Vaginal or anal stimulation

Kinky Bondage Toys

Kinky Bondage Toys

Dominate or submit to your partner's sexual desires

Might make some people uncomfortable

Experimenting with kinky sex

Male Masturbator

Male Masturbators

Pleasure nubs and stimulators more thrilling than a handjob

Can be difficult to clean

Made for men only

Great for male masturbation & handjobs

Penis Pump

Penis Pumps

Pulls blood into your shaft boosting your size

Effects don't last very long

Made primarily for men

Getting an erection

Penis Ring

Penis Rings

Helps boost his size & endurance

Stimulates his partner too

Limits blood flow to his shaft

Made for men

Quick & easy way to improve his sexual performance

Vibrators

Vibrators

Powerful and intense stimulation

Requires batteries or nearby electrical outlet

Some can be loud

Most likely to cause an orgasm

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How to Buy Sex Toys

Now that you're familiar with the most popular types of sex toys, it's time to do some serious shopping. Here's what you need to know about sex toys before hitting the Add to Cart button.


Sex Toys Materials

Start With Materials.
Smart sex toy shoppers always start by picking a material for their toy. The material influences how you use your sex toy and even how you care for it too. If you want something soft and flexible, get a sex toy made with silicone, TPE or TPR. Plastic and glass are good materials for sex toys if you want something firmer.

Sex Toys Budget

Plan Your Sex Toy Budget.
There are sex toys out there for all types of budgets. You can buy a basic penis ring or dildo for a few bucks. Or you can spoil yourself or your lover with a luxury vibrator controlled with a smartphone. 

Sex Toys Size

Determine the Size of Your Toy.
Size really does matter when it comes to sex toys. Before buying any sex toy make sure to check the size. No one wants a dildo or vibrator that's too big or too small for fun. The same problem applies to male masturbators too.

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How to Use Sex Toys

It's finally time to try out your new sex toy! Here's what you need to know before you get down and dirty with your new friend.


Using Sex Toy

Get Ready.
Wash your sex toy before using it for the first time. Then, find a comfortable place where you won't be disturbed so you can focus on enjoying your new sex toy.


Get Set.
Once everything's ready, apply some lube to your toy and yourself. Sex toys aren't very good at foreplay, so even women need a little lube at first.


Let's Go.
It's generally best to start out slow when you're breaking in a new sex toy. Gently tease yourself with the sex toy, before focusing in on your pleasure points. After getting used to the toy, you can pick up the pace and go all out!


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Cleaning & Caring for Sex Toys

Cleaning sex toys isn't nearly as bad as cleaning out the garage or washing the car. Here are three easy-to-remember rules to make cleaning and caring for your toys even easier.


Sex Toy Cleaner

#1 Clean your toy before and after each use.
The easiest way to do this is by spraying it with antibacterial sex toy cleaner and then wiping it off with a lint-free towel is the easiest way. And you don't have to worry about water leaking inside.


#2 Stick to water-based lubes.
Water-based lubes are completely safe to use with all types of sex toys as well as condoms. Other lubes can cause chemical reactions with some sex toy materials like rubber.


#3 Don't let your sex toys touch.
Some sex toy materials can react badly if they come into contact with each other. It's best to keep your sex toys in their own storage bag so you don't have to worry about your favorite vibrators accidentally touching and becoming damaged.

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