What makes a remote control vibrator the best?

 

When you’re shopping around for the best remote-controlled vibrator, you will see lots of different models, each with very specific features and specifications. Here are some of the most important things to be considered before buying any vibrator.

 

Comfort: It is very difficult to judge the comfortability of a vibrator just from pictures, specifications and based on materials from the manufacturers themselves. Any sex toy manufacturer will tell you that their product is the most comfortable in existence, so instead, you should consider things such as the material and shape of the vibrator. Do you like silicone vibrators or TPE vibrators, or maybe even ABS vibrators? There is no right or wrong answer here, but generally, high-quality silicone works the best for me personally. You also need to consider the size and design of the vibrator. If you are inexperienced with vibrators you don’t want something massive as your very first vibrator.

 

All of my top picks in this review are comfortable, both in terms of the material used and the design. Beginners and experienced shoppers alike will find these remote control vibrators comfortable, as this was one of my top priorities when determining the top picks in this review.

 

Ease of use: Any sex toy, and especially a sex toy with different control functions such as these wireless remote vibrators, has to be easy and straightforward to use. Nothing will pull you away from a sexual rush faster than having to consult the instructions manual in order to get your vibrator to start working. Throughout the years I have seen some ridiculously complicated designs in sex toys and it’s a flaw which can easily be a “deal breaker” for me. The most effective vibrators all have very simple, easy to understand controls. This is especially crucial in the case of remote control vibrators. The remote controls which control these vibrators should be very simple so that they can be used without being glanced at (in case you want to use them in public). The remote control for a vibrator should never look like a television remote.

 

Besides controls, a wireless vibrator also has to be easy to insert, as long as you have some water-based lube. All of the top picks in this review are very comfortable and easy to insert into the right place, so don’t be too worried about this point. However, in the future when you are looking at new sex toys, you should definitely ask yourself the question: Is the design of this sex toy simple enough for me to use in any situation, any state of mind?

 

Price: This is naturally the first thing shoppers look at. However, it is not always as simple as “this vibrator is the cheapest, and if I want to save money I should buy this one”. There are often many hidden costs which come with cheaper vibrators, the most common example being the need to replace batteries. If you need to change the batteries of your vibrator after every use, your total expenditure on the vibrator will rise dramatically over time, compared to a USB-rechargeable model. Cheaper vibrators also tend to be much less durable and they often break before one year of active use. High-end vibrators, however, can last you for dozens of years if you clean and maintain them properly.

 

Motor (Sound): Are you planning to use any of these remote control vibrators in public areas? If yes, then fantastic (otherwise you are missing out on something very fun and exciting), but in this case, you will want a vibrator which has a quiet motor. High-end remote control vibrator manufacturers have already taken this into consideration, but some of the cheaper models I have come across are almost as loud as a lawnmower, completely killing any chances of using them outside your house (or even inside your house, if you don’t live alone). 

 

Battery life: Personally, I will never buy another vibrator which isn’t USB-rechargeable. I am tired to death of feeling horny in my bedroom, taking out my vibrator, and then hearing that disappointing “meep” sound which electronics make when they are dying. By the time you have driven to the nearest supermarket, found your specific batteries, and driven back home, any sexual desires or horny feelings you had before will have long disappeared and the whole experience will be a disappointment.

 

When it comes USB-rechargeable vibrators, another important point to consider is the actual battery life of the remote control vibrator. Depending on your situation, you might want to use it for extended amounts of time without recharging in between (for example, when you are using it in public), so a long battery life will help you immensely.

 

Wired & Wireless: It’s fairly obvious to make the statement that wireless vibrators are better than wired ones. Wires can get awkwardly tangled between your legs during use and they tend to break easily, as you always tend to be in an excited mood when you are near these wires 

 

However, I would not consider wired models to be “deal breakers” at all. For example, one of my absolute favorite vibrating panties, the Venus Butterfly, is wired, but I love it to death! Another reason why you might even prefer wired remote control vibrators is, that the remote controls don’t always work the way they are designed to. After all, what use is a wireless vibrator when you can’t use it properly? More on this in the next paragraph.

 

Some common flaws in wireless vibrators

 

 

The best Bluetooth vibrators all perform well in your bedroom, where you are wearing a small amount clothes or no clothes at all. They have excellent range and no matter which position you use, they will stay connected without any issues. However, as soon as you put on some jeans, the range always seems to drop dramatically and the vibrators constantly disconnect. Sometimes they work flawlessly, but other times you are wondering whether you have bought bulletproof skinny jeans full of metal from H&M, as the apps just refuse to connect to the toy!

 

This is utterly frustrating, especially when you have just gotten into the swing of things and were ready to start climaxing.

 

 

This is definitely a problem which manufacturers need to address though. Whoever figures out a Bluetooth vibrator design which has no connection issues, will have my money!