• Vibrator Size Guide

    Finding it hard to work out exactly which size of vibrator would suit you? Check out the Lovehoney Vibrator Size Guide!

    We provide the measurements of all the vibrators that we sell, but even with the facts at your fingertips, it can be tricky to imagine just how big some vibes are.

    It's not uncommon for customers to find that some products are a little too challenging.

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    Lovehoney Vibrator Size Guide

    Lovehoney Vibrator Size GuidePrinted actual size on A4 paper, the Lovehoney Vibrator Size Guide shows you the size of Lovehoney's most popular vibrators.

    All you have to do is click on the picture to open up the guide. The Lovehoney Vibrator Size Guide works even better when it's printed because you can refer to the dimensions easily while browsing Lovehoney and looking at other products online.

    You can also hold it up against your guy to see how he measures up!

    Comments (3)

    • nonsmokinjoe: November 23, 2010 12:07
      I think most manufacturers when they launch a product have done some research first and it's interesting to note that the great majority of vibes on the market have about 5- 5 1/2 inches insertable length. I asked my wife ( who uses one) why this was the preferred size and she explained it was mainly a question of neurophysiology. Most of the sensitive parts are in the lower part of the vagina she explained ( including the G-spot) so a stonking great dong is literally a waste of space...
    • men and women sex: April 13, 2011 04:02
      It does only mean that women could feel more pleasure with vibrators ,doesn't it? I never used vibrator and I wonder how it feels like. My husband suggested such thing but I refused since I am not so exposed with it. However, as I surf the Internet and read the reviews, the curiosity has gotten to me. I just have one question, won't vibrators just cause addiction or dependency of those who use it?
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    • Ian (Nonsmokinjoe): April 14, 2011 05:27
      Oh don't worry about it. My wife regularly uses a vibrator during sex. I think it's just great, especially now I can be of assistance.It doesn't replace sex it is part of it. Is it addictive ie. does it make you want sex more often? Sure it is. Do you have a problem with that?
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