This Vibrator Gives Me Blended Orgasms In Under 5 Minutes

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Claire Lampen |

There are some downsides to writing about sex: when random dudes ask you about your job, they often take it as a signal that any overtures will be appropriate; plus, it’s difficult to discuss your work with older, more conservative family members. But there is one MAJOR perk: you wind up trying out a lot of vibrators.

If you get off on penetrative sex, do yourself a favour and consider the We-Vibe Nova. At around R2 890, she’s not the most modest investment in the world, but as far as I’m concerned, she’s worth every cent.

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The Nova looks sort of like a hot pink lobster claw, with a gently curved handle that fits comfortably in my palm. It’s considered a “rabbit-style” vibrator, a dual-stimulation model that targets your G-spot and clit.

The longer arm is rigid, motorised and balloons out slightly at its tip, a fairly standard element on most “rabbit” models. The real benefit here comes from the clitoral stimulator, though: a broad bulb at the end of a curved, movable arm that’s also equipped with a rumbly motor.

Rabbit vibrators have always been popular. But that said, not all rabbit-style vibrators are created equal and many are disappointing.

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My first vibrator, for example, was an uninspiring rabbit-style vibe, with a hard shaft and a clitoral nub topped with buzzy antennae. The dual stimulation concept seemed good and logical, but my clit and my vagina are not separated by the one centimetre of tissue this vibrator could accommodate. Thrusting the thing in and out meant only occasional bursts of clitoral sensation, rather than uninterrupted contact, while the nub’s angry little arms hammered on my sensitive spots. I usually wound up massaging my clitoris with the shaft, which seemed like a waste of perfectly good vibrations.

The Nova, on the other hand, ditches the over-the-top bells and whistles so many rabbit vibes include – like fluttery ears or a rotating shaft – which are a waste of money, IMO. Its real genius comes from that bendy arm, which moves with your body as you manoeuvre the shaft, and never loses clit contact. This is really all I’ve ever wanted from a vibrator and if you too like your orgasms blended, the Nova is a pretty sure bet.

It’s an efficient one too. Generally speaking, I recommend taking your time with masturbation (because self-appreciation is important!) and the Nova’s range of speeds and pulsations provide ample opportunities for experimentation and make a sesh last. But everyone has moments when they need immediate stress relief. And, at least in my experience, Nova can deliver an orgasm in under five minutes.

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Should you find yourself alone in bed, comfortably swaddled in your covers and suddenly horny as hell, rest assured that the control pad on Nova’s handle is easily navigable by a thumb in the dark and its powerful motors are quiet enough to go undetected by a slumbering roommate on the other side of a paper-thin wall. This is particularly useful for city dwellers (like myself) who live crammed together in glorified sardine tins, sick of listening to their housemates’ sex sounds.

We-Vibe also comes with an app, which allows consumers to share pictures and videos over chat, hand the vibrator’s reigns over to a remote partner or set custom vibration patterns. I can see this being fun for people with long-distance partners, but I’ve personally never activated my app. Why? As The Guardian reports, WeVibe tracks how customers use their product via the app and I didn’t want to surrender that vulnerable info.

All in all, this is a satisfying and intuitive vibrator with a clever and versatile design: I could see its hook wrapped around a scrotum or used on a partner’s perineum. So far I’ve kept this vibe to myself, but with so many options, who knows what will come in the future.

Want to buy one? Get yours at Désir or Matildas.

Want more? Here’s exactly how to talk to your SO about couples’ toys.

This article originally appeared on www.womenshealthmag.com

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