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Buying your first sex toy is always a bit of a crapshoot. There’s no way to know what you’ll like without trying it, and while some sex shops do offer satisfaction guarantees, none offer “try out” rooms anymore (legend has it, some did back in the 80s). This doesn’t mean you can’t improve the chances of your first sex toy being one you’ll love. My best advice is to choose something inexpensive and versatile; something that will let you try different things and won’t turn you off sex toys altogether if it doesn’t do it for you and you now feel like you’ve wasted £100. Here are a few other tips before you buy.
With all of the different types of sex toys available, and newer, more lifelike materials continuously being created, figuring out how to best take care of your sex toy can be a bit confusing. Though honestly, even if your personal treasure trove consists of one simple slimline vibrator, you''d still like to extend its life as long as possible, right? We''re here to help!
While plenty of people will say that one good vibrator is all you need, I'm of the opinion that it's better to have a wardrobe full of sex toys. Sometimes you want the power of a wand vibrator, and other times a simple bullet will do. And since no one vibrator can do it all, having more than one on hand ensures you'll never have to miss out on exactly what you're craving.