A vibrator that works in your strap on. Could it really be? This curvaceous silicone vibe is designed to hit your pleasure spots, be they clitoral or prostate-located. The base is firm enough to use in a harness, but of course it’s just as pleasant on its own. Buttons are on the smaller side and located near the base of the toy, on the shaft which is great for harness play, but maybe not ideal for folks who have trouble gripping with their hands.
USB rechargeable and waterproof
$39.00The Joupie is a long, slim vibrator that is just right for beginners. It features a firm core, covered in velvety silicone, a very simple twist-to-operate cap, and a slight crook at the head for a little extra g-spot fun. Vibration speed is higher-frequency and a little on the zingy side.
Made in Germany in a unionized shop. When it comes to sex toy manufacturing, it doesn’t get much more ethical than Fun Factory.
$39.00This is a great first vibrator, good also for travellers and those who crave simplicity. It doesn’t get much simpler than a one-button vibe that cycles through its ten settings. We like that it’s smooth and sleek, takes a single AAA battery, and it has decent power. You can also use it to replace other bullet-style vibrators (like the ones that take the silly button batteries).
$179.00The Fun Factory Sharevibe has a really unique shape that’s excellent for couple use. It’s got a sizeable bulb on one end (let’s call it the “internal side”), and a longer, smooth shaft on the other end (the “external” side). This toy really stands out (*groan*) because of the angle of the external side. When worn, the external end stands up straight, almost parallel to the pubic mound of the wearer. So when it’s pulled down in a more perpendicular position for partner use, the bulb will pull against the g-spot of the wearer. Does that make sense? Anyway, it’s super cool.
The removable bullet vibe is very rumbly and strong, a rarity in such a small toy. It can be removed for use on its own, just don’t put it in your butt. (It lacks a flared base, which is a recipe for one lost vibrator!)
Made in Germany in a union shop. When it comes to sex toy manufacturing, it doesn’t get more ethical than Fun Factory!