Best OF Toys and Dildo Videos

Updated: May 18

There’s no need to be shy about owning a vibrator – many women have them. In fact, a survey by WooWoo, an intimate-care brand launched by women for women, found that the average British woman masturbates 2.5 times a week.



Want to know more? Here’s how using one of the best vibrators can really help your health and wellbeing…

It can keep your vagina healthy

Regularly using a vibrator can help maintain the walls of the vagina. This is because, when aroused, the lining of the vagina produces secretions, which helps to provide moisture to this area. “This helps to increase vaginal elasticity, which is one of the ways our vaginas stay healthy,” says Annabelle. It can also help prevent infections in the cervix and urinary tract through the process of opening the cervix, which occurs during arousal. This stretches the cervix and allows unwanted cervical fluids to be flushed out.


It can help you beat pain

“Lots of women report that regular orgasms aid in the relief of period pains and cramps,” says Annabelle. And forget putting off using your vibrator because you have a headache – it can help with that, too. This is because the area of the brain involved in pain reduction is highly activated during arousal and endorphins are released, which can soothe nerve impulses that cause migraines or joint pain.


You’ll expand your pleasure horizons

Just want to have some fun? Using a vibrator will definitely help!“A vibrator is a great way to expand your pleasure horizons, especially if you choose one with different settings and modes,” says Annabelle. Not sure which one to try? Go for a rabbit vibrator. “They’re one of the only surefire ways to enjoy the stimulation, both internally and externally. This will increase your chances of hitting all your hot spots, resulting in mind-blowing pleasure and intense orgasms aplenty,” says Annabelle. “All research from Lovehoney shows that couples with good sex lives enjoy better overall happiness. So, investing in a vibrator won’t just improve your sex life, but life in general.”

A vibrator can help you sleep soundly

While your trusty vibrator isn’t something you’d want to cuddle up to for comfort at night, an orgasm before bed can do wonders for shuteye. “Having an orgasm can lead to sounder, better-quality sleep, thanks to the fact that when you climax you produce the sleep-inducing hormone, prolactin,” says Annabelle Knight, sex and relationship expert with Lovehoney. “So, theoretically, you should enjoy better and more restful sleep after an orgasm. And, with a good night’s sleep under your belt, you’ll be better equipped to face the day.”


It can help you beat stress

An orgasm can improve your mental health and happiness. “When you climax, you produce hormones called oxytocin and serotonin,” explains Annabelle. “These hormones are known as the ‘feel-good’ hormones because they are linked to happiness. Regular boosts of these hormones through orgasms with a vibrator can contribute towards feeling less stressed and more positive.”


A vibrator is good for your heart

Those endorphins do more than just make you feel good – they also help to prevent heart problems by naturally neutralizing your stress hormones. Research in Israel found that women who had two orgasms per week were 30% less likely to have heart disease.

You’ll have better bladder control

“When you orgasm, your vagina contracts – think of it as a mini-workout for that entire area,” says Annabelle. “An orgasm exercises your pelvic floor muscles, too, meaning better bladder control. A strong pelvic floor can also lead to stronger, more intense orgasms.” Win-win.


A vibrator can help you work through issues with sex

Is sex painful for you? You could have vaginismus. “This is a condition whereby the vaginal muscles spasm, which causes penetration to be extremely difficult or even completely impossible,” says Annabelle. A sex toy can help. “Dilator kits can help with this condition. Just start off with the slimmest toy and, when your body is comfortable and accepting of the width, you can move onwards and upwards.”


You’ll have a more enriched and satisfying sex life

Without a map to guide you, sometimes navigating where you prefer to be touched “down below” can feel confusing. And if you don’t know your own body, how can you begin to tell someone else what you like or dislike? That’s where a vibrator comes in.


“Experimenting with a sex toy, such as a vibrator, may help you to explore further than manual masturbation alone,” says Annabelle. “As a result, you’ll widen the range of sensations you experience, meaning that you may find new and exciting pleasure points. This can be communicated to your partner for a more enriched and satisfying sexual experience.”

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What to look for in a Dildo?

Along with providing a different type of pleasure than your own hands can offer, if used with a partner, sex toys can open up a whole new world of adventure that can bring you and your partner(s) closer together. After all, who doesn't want to experience more effortless and varied orgasms? I bet you do!


Perhaps you've experimented with other sex toys and now you'd like to try a dildo. Or maybe you're an experienced dildo user and just want to add another to your collection. Dildos can definitely be pretty awesome, but shopping for a dildo can also be a little overwhelming. There are tons of colors, and a huge selection of materials, shapes, and sizes. Where to begin?

Follow these steps.

Realistic or Not?

The biggest consideration when purchasing a dildo is whether you want it to look like a real penis. Some people love the idea of a life-like visual, but others aren't so fond of it. If you're shopping for your first toy and are hoping to use it with a male partner around, it might be best to choose a non-phallic toy like this 8" Glass Ribbed G-Spot.


If phallic is what you're going for, though, there are plenty of options here as well. Dildos come in all kinds of realistic shapes and different sizes. You can get them big or small. You can get them with balls or without. You can get them curved or straight. You can even get them with retractable foreskin! If the visual appeal of a phallic shape appeals to you, think about what you like and then go looking for it. chances are, you will find it!


Figure Out a Shape

Once you've decided how much realism you want, you should decide on the shape you'd like. Do you want your dildo to have a slightly curved tip, to hit the G-spot or p-spot? Do you want a design that tapers from a larger base to a slimmer tip? Do you want the shaft to be curved or entirely straight? Figuring out what you want your dildo to accomplish will help you decide the kind of shape you should choose. If you want something for anal sex, a tapered design will help with penetration. For G-spot sensation, a curved tip is going to work best.


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Material Concerns

Dildos are made from a variety of materials. If you're worried about phthalates, you're going to want to seek out a phthalate-free toy. (Especially if you want to use a dildo without a condom). If you plan to sterilize your toy (this is particularly important if you're using it with multiple people) you're going to want a non-porous material such as silicon, glass, wood, or stainless steel. If you want a dildo that requires very little external lubricant, you should look for a dildo made of plastic, stainless steel, glass, or wood. If you want something more plush that will blend perfectly with your body, check out dildos made of PVC, silicone, TPR/TPE, or others.


Pick a Size

An average dildo has a diameter of approximately 1.5" and a length of 7". However, you might want to go for something larger or smaller, depending on your preferences. Some dildos have a diameter of around 0.75" - and some have diameters of over 3". Length can vary widely too. Some dildos are only 4" in length, whereas on the longer end of double-ended dildos, some toys have a length of over 15"! If hiding your toy is going to be an issue, I suggest choosing a sex toy that's more average in size, to make it easier to keep out of sight. And if you're ordering online, make sure you have a solid grasp of how dildos are being measured.


Think about the Base

While it may not seem important, the base of your dildo affects the way you can use it. If your toy doesn't have a flared base, you won't be able to use it for the anal penetration or with a strap-on harness. Many dildo lovers also swear by a flared base because it offers a good hand-hold for harder thrusting. Some dildos have a base that provides special features as well - such as one that doubles as a suction cup for hands-free pleasure. If you plan on using your dildo for the anal penetration or with a strap-on harness, though, it's important that you choose a toy that has a flared base.

What About Texture?

Some dildos are completely smooth, making them very easy to insert, even without much lubricant. However, some people swear by the pleasure that a textured dildo can provide. This texture can be extremely enjoyable. Textures include ripples, swirls, bumps, ridges, veins, and more. If you think your experience might be improved by a bit of extra texture, it's worth looking at the options.

Special Add-on Features

Some dildos have special features that might enhance your experience. Do you hate cleaning up after using your toy? Some toys are designed with fewer nooks and crannies, or with material that's safe to boil, for easy cleaning. (Read more in Keeping it Clean: Top Tips for Sex Toy Sanitation). Would you like to use your dildo hands-free? Check out a dildo that's equipped with a suction cup. Craving some additional vibrations? Look for a dildo that's designed with optional vibration settings that you can turn on when you want them.


Package Considerations

Sometimes the packaging of a sex toy can double as a storage aid. Some dildos come in boxes suitable and sturdy enough for long-term storage. Many toys, however, come in see-through, plastic boxes that may end up breaking over the long term. In case you're caught deciding between two toys, consider the packaging to help you in your decision.


Now you have a general idea about the types of dildos out there, and all the features available to you. You might need to narrow down your top picks - or hey, you can get a whole variety and figure out, first-hand, what's best for you!

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