SEX TOY CONCERNS

Why is there a white tab in the battery compartment?

The insulating pull tabs are installed to insulate and prevent the batteries from energizing prior to use. Simply pull the tab out from under the battery contact to power on.

My vibrator will not turn on after twisting to power on, what do I do?

Batteries may have drained and will need to be replaced. If vibrator still does not work after replacing battery, there may be a malfunction or it may be broken.

I think my vibrator is broken, what do I do now?

If you think it’s broken or malfunctioning, please view our warranty section to see if your toy is still under manufacture warranty.

My batteries died, what kind of batteries should I replace them with?

We recommend alkaline batteries as they’re designed to give you a few more hours of battery life. Rechargeable batteries are environmentally friendly, but they take time to charge. DO NOT try to recharge regular alkaline batteries; this may cause them to explode. For smaller sex toys that require watch-like batteries, lithium-ion batteries are the preferred type.

How long will the original batteries in my toy last?

Battery life can range anywhere from 10 hours to 50 hours depending on the frequency of use and the amount of power the device drains. Smaller models tend to have small motors, which drain less power than a larger toy with multiple moving parts.

My batteries do not last long in my toy, what should I do?

We recommend that our customers invest in rechargeable batteries if they’re purchasing a large, multi-functioning toy as you won’t have to buy new batteries as often. The best way to extend the battery life is to remove the batteries from your toy and store them separately when it’s not in use.

WHAT & HOW?

How do vibrators function?

Each vibrator that is battery-powered has an electrical motor and off-center weight that spins around at a fast pace causing it to shake. Plug-in toys that are larger in size use spinning electromagnetic coils to create that pleasure-inducing movement.

Whats the difference from a standard vibrator to a multi-functioning vibrator?

A standard vibrator only stimulates one area while a multi-functioning vibrator stimulates several different pleasure points at the same time simultaneously.

What type of vibrators are there?

Certain vibrators have different vibrations and speeds: some throb, pulse and vibrate steadily; others have a rotating shaft/head or bead compartment that turns.

What type of lube should I use with my toy?

Water-based lube is the safest, most common option because it’s non-irritating, easy to clean off and compatible with pretty much all types of sex toys and contraceptives. The packaging in which your toy came in usually states which type of lube is safe to use with the toy.

Can I use my toy in the shower, hot tub or in a bath?

Don’t use a vibrator in a bath or hot tub unless the packaging or product description clearly indicates that it’s waterproof. Some sex toys are labeled as “splash proof”, but those models cannot be submerged under water. NOTE: Never bring a plug-in sex toy into the bath or hot tub.

Do all vibrators feel the same?

Each vibrator has a unique intensity level that’s determined by the quality, material and type of motor. Plug-in vibrators typically have stronger motors and a higher intensity because they’re directly connected to a main power source whereas batteries weaken over time.