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Stick to the traditional and incredibly satisfying classic vibrator at OnBuy for a thrill that you won't forget. Whether you prefer the realistic style, sleek and discreet mini models, or love to experiment with various exciting levels of vibration, at OnBuy you'll find a collection of gratifying, classic vibrators from the likes of Durex and Pasante guaranteed to hit that sweet spot every time.
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Classic vibrators, also known as slimline vibrators, are a bedroom must-have for any singleton or couple looking to add a little excitement to their sex life. From ultra-realistic vibrators and pre-heating models that look and feel like the real deal, to discreet bullets, mini vibrators and revolutionary rabbits, you'll be spoiled for choice.
Featuring trusted sex toy retailers including Durex, Zalo, LELO and more, our selection of classic vibrators is simply bursting with high-quality intimate accessories designed to spice up your bedroom adventures. If you're not sure where to start when it comes to classic vibrators, let us guide you through the most important factors to consider when you're deliberating this playful purchase.
Which vibration style do you need?
Ensuring you're left fully satisfied is a cinch when you figure out the vibrator style, speed and intensity that hits all the right buttons. For example, if you find realistic, internal stimulation a turn on, opting for a classic vibrator that looks and feels like you're not alone is a great place to start.
These realistic vibrators are often flesh-toned and highly-textured and can therefore be used both with and without vibration, giving you the option for added pleasure when you desire an extra thrill. Classic vibrator models that also seek to mimic a real sexual experience with temperature play, such as the pre-heating models that warm up in a matter of minutes to avoid that unpleasant coolness which can be a real mood-killer.
If clitoral stimulation is more your style, there are plenty of classic vibrators specially designed to arouse this intimate area with a range of breath-taking speeds and lively patterns to suit any user. Keep an eye out for the vibrators with the revolutionary 'bunny ears' feature that'll excite you externally whilst the shaft of the classic vibrator ignites pleasure from within, satisfying your sexual needs with the best of both worlds.
Are classic vibrators noisy?
While this really depends on the model you opt for, there's nothing worse that anticipating a steamy bedroom session only to be put off by the indiscreet buzz of a powerful vibrator. Some classic vibrators focus on power and forget about shared households, discreet couples or bored singletons who would prefer not to disturb the whole house with their bedroom antics.
Ensure your sex life stays private with a vibrator that won't alert your housemates or compromise on the quality of your pleasure, by opting for a classic vibrator that's specifically advertised as extra-quiet. As an added precaution, you can always read the reviews first to get a more accurate indication of the noise level if you're especially concerned about being overheard!
While noise level is often dependent upon the quality and price, if you're new to the world of classic vibrators, opting for a discreet slimline or mini model is a great place to start. Not only are they generally wonderfully compact, quiet and easy to clean, but mini vibrators also pack in plenty of pleasure for you to enjoy. Whether you're experimenting with a partner or treating yourself, there's a classic vibrator waiting to blow your mind.
Frequently asked questions about classic vibrators
Which vibrator material should I choose?
You should always purchase vibrators that are made from safe materials. Avoid ‘jelly’ vibrators, as these often contain toxic phthalates. The vibrator you choose should be nonporous too, otherwise you won’t be able to clean it properly.
Should I use lube?
Yes, you should use lube with any kind of classic vibrator, as it will prevent chafing. Using plenty of lube is all the more important if you want to use your vibrator for anal play.
Should I buy a waterproof vibrator?
If you want to get some action in the shower, or during bath time, you should definitely purchase a waterproof vibrator (be sure that it's fully waterproof though, and not just water-resistant). A water-resistant model is safe to clean with a wet sponge, but will break if you submerge it for too long.
Will vibrators ruin my sex life?
There are many rumours that using a powerful vibrator can permanently desensitise your body and ruin your sex life. Happily, they're completely unfounded. Feel free to vibe away!
What are the different kinds of vibrator on offer?
There are many different kinds of vibrator on the market. These tend to be split into three different categories: shape, material, and usage location. Shape details the function of the sex toy, and includes small bullets (and eggs) as well as larger rabbits and vibrating wands. Material refers to what the vibrator is made of, whether silicone, plastic, rubber, glass, or metal. Location describes where the toy is intended to be used, internally or externally, and which erogenous zones of the body it aims to target.
What is a classic vibrator?
Though there are many different vibrator shapes and sizes available, a classic model is often described as narrow, medium-sized, and cylinder-shaped, usually made from medical-grade silicone or hard plastic. Typically, they’re intended for internal use, where their spine-tingling vibrations are specifically meant to target the G-spot, though they can also be used externally, when targeting the clitoris. A standard vibrator tends to offer between three and seven different speeds and intensities.
Are vibrators loud?
When they were first released, vibrators were renowned for being extremely noisy sex toys that were impossible to keep quiet… not ideal if you lived in a flat! However, today, many steps have been taken to ensure that vibrators are virtually noiseless, especially with smaller models like eggs and bullets. Of course, there are still some alternatives that are capable of making loud noises, if that’s what you’re into, so don’t worry if being loud and proud is your thing.