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Hands-free vibrators for women

If you’re looking at pictures or enjoying a little erotic fiction and trying to enjoy vibrators for women at the same time, you’re a pretty busy gal. Hands-free vibrators for women make it much easier to enjoy your vibrator use however you like, without any hard work.

Look, no hands!

Vibrators for women have been constantly in use by consumers for more than 100 years, and that’s a pretty long time. Women have used vibrators operated by hand-crank, gas power and other non-electrical means. But the truth is, even some of the most modern vibrators for women still require quite a bit of work. What’s the use of having all those buttons, bells and whistles if you’re still doing all of the work? Hands-free vibrators for women eliminate all that work, and leave your hands free to hold books, surf the Web or whatever else you might want to do.

  • Strap on vibrators. For women, strap-on vibrators can be a bit daunting. There are buckles and snaps and strings…it gets confusing. But if you think of them as special underwear, strap-on vibrators become a little bit more approachable. Some strap-on vibrators are actually designed to look like underwear, which makes them a bit friendlier. Use them by simply putting them on, positioning them comfortably, and start out at the lowest speed. You can always increase the power as you start to feel more comfortable.
  • Mountable vibrators. The bawdier TV shows have a pretty classic way of portraying a woman using a vibrator. She’s often in the bed, on her back, maybe with some lit candles in the background. But the female body can receive pleasure from lots of different positions, and mountable vibrators are a fun way to explore that. Joy, by California Exotic Novelties, looks a little off-putting. This pronged mountable vibrator looks more like a power tool than a vibrator, but it’s actually a very useful little pleasure device. The tripod base and patented rubber grips keep it securely in place, and it’s made with soft silicone to make it more approachable.
  • Wearable vibrators. Some wearable vibrators look confusing, but once you actually put them on you can figure it out pretty quickly. The Rock Chick vibrator is little more than a flexible tube of pleasure, but it packs quite the punch. It’s made to stimulate both the g-spot and clitoris, and the soft silicone is pliable for easy adjustment.

Find more vibrators for women in all shapes and sizes in our free special report, Toys for Grown Women: Vibrator reviews, sexual health benefits, tips for new users, where to shop, and how to choose the best sex toys after 50.


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