What is a G-spot vibrator?

What is a G-spot vibrator?
What is a G-spot vibrator?

G-spot-specific vibrators have become more and more prevalent over the years. These ones come in a few different designs. Some are shaped like classic vaginal vibrators with a curved tip for easier G-spot stimulation, others are ribbed allowing for the raised ridges to pass over the G-spot offering stimulation. Some come in the form of a fully insertable egg; the tip of which sits right on the G-spot. Whatever their shape, size, or texture, they’ve all been designed to help you have a more intense orgasm.

What is the best kind of vibrator?

There’s a wide range of different vibrators available. Our testers tried 95 vibrators across the main categories and we’ve rounded up the best ones for couples too. If you’re shopping around, these are the other main options:

Bullet vibrators: designed for external clitoral contact, these make a great choice for first-timers because they’re compact, discreet, and small.

Clitoral vibrators: these tend to be larger and more powerful than bullet vibrators and shaped for direct clitoral stimulation.

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Classic vibrators: designed for internal use, these are tall and slim and often have a tapered tip. You can also use them for clitoral stimulation.

Rabbit vibrators: these have two key parts – the main shaft for internal use and ‘rabbitty’ ears designed to stimulate your clitoris.

Dimensions

Check the dimensions to be sure you’re happy with the size – it may be bigger or smaller than you thought. And make sure you like the way it looks.

Settings, speeds, and power.

Look at the range of settings and speeds on offer, and the way it’s powered. Battery-powered vibrators tend to be the cheapest and most popular. Rechargeable toys are more expensive. But they also mean you don’t have the ongoing cost of replacing batteries.

How loud it is

This is especially important if you’re worried about being overheard. Look for ‘whisper-quiet’ vibrators, but take any claims with a pinch of salt. Check whether the product description gives the decibel level. Anything 40db or below is very quiet.

Material

Plastic is firm, hard to the touch and a good choice for most, while silicone is widely used for its velvety feel and skin-safe properties. Many well-known brands only use ‘medical-grade silicone’. Skin-safe rubber is softer and more flexible. Avoid anything containing phthalates (chemicals used to increase flexibility) as these chemicals have links to health risks. Look for the ‘phthalate-free’ certification on the box. Silicone, skin-safe rubber and hard plastic products do not contain phthalates. None of the vibrators in any of our roundups contain phthalates.

How we test vibrators

The Good Housekeeping Institute evaluates all vibrators for ease of use, design, and instructions. Performance attributes, like the intensity of orgasm produced, how pleasurable the vibrator was to use, and how quiet it was in use are also assessed.

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