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Clitoral Vibrators

by Bestvibe on September 27,2022

There are many types of clitoral vibrators. Generally, those that can stimulate the clitoris can be classified into this category, but the core product is still the kind of independent product that mainly stimulates the clitoris (cannot be inserted into the vagina, and can also be massaged to stimulate the breast).

The clitoral vibrator is derived from the principle of an electric toothbrush:

Clitoral Vibrators


Manual Clitoral Vibrators

The manual clitoral vibrator is used through palm processing. They come in a variety of designs and sizes. Many wand vibrators are usually connected to a wall socket via a long cable. Vibration from an external power source makes them unsafe in humid environments. Due to the limitation of rope length, these vibrators are inconvenient. As one of the earliest types of vibrators, these manual clitoral vibrators are still in trend. Compared with other types of vibrators, they are generally powerful, provide stronger stimulation and longer life

Clitoral Vibrators

Hands-Free Clit Vibes

Hands-free vibrators for the clitoris are usually smaller and weaker, and can be secured in place with a belt or safety belt. The most common hands-free vibrator is a small egg-shaped vibrator connected to the battery with a long wire. Over time, many advanced inventions have appeared in the design and operation of hands-free clitoral vibrators. They can be used remotely via an application on a mobile phone or remote control. You can also change the settings in these vibrators according to the required vibration intensity.

Clitoral Vibrators

Popular Clitoral Vibrators

Bullet Vibrator: A small or mini-vibrator, the bullet vibrator is sometimes called a lipstick vibrator.

Clitoral Stimulator: Though we are talking about the vibrations to the clit nerves, the ultimate goal is to gain strong orgasm.

G-Spot Vibrator: Built to massage the G-spot, known as a bean-shaped area of the vagina, the G-Spot vibrator is used internally.

Rabbit Vibrator: Designed to stimulate both clitoral and G-spot, a rabbit vibrator usually features a shaft and rabbit ears.

Couple Vibrators: Knowing the fact that vibrators can be used by couples during foreplay or intercourse, there are clit vibrators that can be used with the female partner.

Finger Vibrators: Small in size, the finger vibrators can be described as a subcategory to couples vibrators.

Realistic Vibrators: Shaped like a phallus, the realistic vibrators usually have veins, glans, and other extrusions. They help to stimulate the walls of a person’s vagina, providing intense pleasure.


Silicone: One of the most common materials used to design vibrators is silicone.

Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene: ABS is a sturdy, impermeable plastic that is easily molded to shape into a rigid vibrator such as bullet vibrators.

Jelly rubber: To give the feel of skin, many brands use Jelly Rubber to manufacture sex toys.

Clitoral Vibrators

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