Marketing gimmick or extra pleasure?

Some commercially available vibrators come with multiple changeable heads which supposedly provide different pleasures depending on what the user fancies.

There are smooth heads, and textured heads. There are heads with single knobs, or with several knobs.

So what’s the truth?

The question is, do they really deliver different sensations, or are the buyers of vibrators just being asked to shell out more money for useless attachments?

The extra details for a higher price are also true for condoms, by the way. Plain condoms are slightly cheaper than ribbed condoms, with the latter first marketed with the catch phrase, “for her added pleasure.”

In the case of vibrators, the ribs or knobs or whatever extra feature might make a difference, but not much. It is precisely because they vibrate that vibrators supposedly beat out dildos as the best sex toy for women. When in use, the texture of the surface of the vibrator doesn’t make that much of a noticeable difference.

Are the very slight differences worth the extra bucks?

This is all a matter of personal preference.  What does make a difference is the speed at which vibrators vibrate. There is an optimum rate of vibration by which the user receives maximum pleasure, the kind that guarantees spectacular orgasms. That optimum rate varies from user to user.

The slow rate is ideal for building up excitement, but it is the faster rate that brings on the fireworks.

When you’re in the market for a new vibrator, study the literature in the packaging. Just as there are fast sedans and super fast sports cars, there are vibrators that offer more features than others. Varied vibrating speeds, different textures, even lower noise levels are just a few of the features that you can opt for in today’s vibrators.

Maybe your man needs help to help you orgasm.