If you think that sex toys are only for solo sessions, think again. There are plenty of amazing toys out there, from vibrators and wands to cock rings, that are designed to be enjoyed by two people at once (or more, if that's your thing). Introducing some steamy toys to your bedroom routine can have a lot of benefits. There are the obvious things, like spicing up a sex life that's become a little humdrum over time, and the incredible pleasure that a well-placed vibrator can bring (for both parties), but there are other, less obvious benefits too—like the increased levels of trust you'll enjoy as a couple and the chance to get to know each other's bodies, erogenous zones, and fantasies in ways you never realized were possible.
Of course, having the idea—hey, it might be fun to experiment with sex toys!—is one thing. Actually finding the right sex toys and taking the plunge to start using them? That's another (and sometimes much more daunting) task entirely. If you're looking for a little guidance to help you get started, we have you covered with a guide to our favorite must-try sex toys for couple. So, if you're in the market for a next-level bedroom romp, check out the most rewarding of sexcessories for pairs, right this way.
If you're looking to kick off your adventure into the world of couples' vibrators, the OhMiBod Lovelife Share Couples Vibrator is an excellent (and affordable) place to start.
OhMiBod Lovelife Share Couples Vibrator, $59; Amazon
The Innovative Toy
The Chorus is one of the most innovative couples' toys on the market, thanks to its wireless remote that responds to hand pressure.
We-Vibe Chorus, $199; We-Vibe
The Crescendo is a bendable smart vibrator that's described by the company as the "most advanced award-winning vibrator for G-spot, clitoral, penis & perineum stimulation." Yes, please.
MysteryVibe Crescendo, $150; MysteryVibe
The Do-It-All Device
The Satisfyer definitely lives up to its name. This tiny device is a G-spot stimulator, cock ring, and clit vibrator all in one.
Satisfyer Partner Multifun 1 Vibrator, $45.50; WildflowerSex
The Couples' Rabbit
Ramp up your foreplay with this award-winning bunny ear vibrator that provides external stimulation.
Form 2 Rechargeable Vibrator, $159; JimmyJane
The most popular couples vibrator on the market, now with an adjustable width to fit to your body. It has dual stimulation heads, too, and a quiet motor that won't tip off your roommates.
We Vibe Sync, $250; We-Vibe
A very understated couple's ring—with six speeds—that can even be used in the shower.
Tor 2; $139; Lelo
The Ring to Rule Them All
This super versatile couple's ring comes equipped with five speeds and six different strengths, which may be why it's consistently one of Babeland's top-selling men's toys.
Je Joue Mio, $109; Babeland
The High-Tech Toy
A chic AF rechargeable couple's massager that can be remotely controlled by your partner.
Tiani 3, $169; Lelo
The Twin Set
Lovehoney's best-selling bullet and cock ring with ridges designed to enhance female pleasure (but don't trust us, just read the reviews). And at a super affordable price, it's well worth trying out.
Bedtime Bullet 10 Function Vibrating Cock Ring Set, $25; Lovehoney
The Luxury Whip
For a Red Room-worthy experience.
Crystal Whip, $355; AgentProvocateur
The Feather Toy
For a full body experience, splurge on an exquisite ostrich feather tickler that will tease all of your partner's pleasure points.
Ostrich Feather Tickler, $2,410; Xenses-Shop
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