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Traditional Vibrators

What are Traditional Vibrators?

Traditional vibrators focus entirely on vaginal penetration and stimulation. They don’t have spinning beads for your G-Spot or flickering bunny ears for your clit. Traditional vibrators might only do one thing, but they do that one thing better than any other type of vibrator or sex toy!

When you ask most people to describe a vibrator, they typically end up describing a traditional vibe. Traditional vibrators typically have a rounded or tapered tip and a smooth, cylindrical body for easier penetration. The motor is usually located in or near the tip for deeper stimulation. They usually measure about 6 inches long and just over 1 inch wide. Don’t be surprised if that sounds like a vibrator you found years ago in your parents’ or older sisters’ sock drawer. Traditional vibrators haven’t changed much over the decades, and they’re still incredibly popular – even if rabbit and G-Spot vibes hog the spotlight.

Although traditional vibrators are intended for vaginal use, you can easily use them for other uses. With the motor in the tip, you can focus traditional vibes on your nipples or clit for direct stimulation. Traditional vibrators also make decent body massagers – especially if you’ve got a knot in your neck or back that refuses to go away. While it might be tempting to use traditional vibrators for anal stimulation, it’s not a good idea. Traditional vibes don’t have the safety features found on anal toys, which makes them easier to lose if you get carried away.

Traditional vibrators are incredibly popular among beginners. Many people actually end up picking a traditional vibrator as their first ever sex toy – primarily because they’re incredibly user friendly. Traditional vibrators cost less than other types of vibrators, which makes them very easy on your budget. Traditional vibes are easy to use, without the complicated controllers or bells and whistles that can make rabbit vibrators so confusing. And basic vibrators use ordinary AA or AAA batteries that you can find easily – even if it means “borrowing” them from your TV remote!

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