4 Things You Should Look For In A Vibrator You Want As A Travel Companion - Vibrators |  August 2022

4 Things You Should Look For In A Vibrator You Want As A Travel Companion – Vibrators | August 2022

Vibrateurs

To take away: Take your toy with you and avoid everything from embarrassment to failing abroad without a vibrator.

We’ve all heard the stories of suitcases vibrating on baggage carousels and TSA agents wielding sex toys. For some of us, situations like this make for funny travel stories, while others would be completely humiliated. What are your wand vibrators (I like big guns!). One was an old favorite that never disappointed me and the other a newer, lesser known entity. You know which one has to go on a trip? The one with the travel lock.

A travel lock on a vibrator doesn’t exist to keep your toy safe as much as it exists to keep your toy quiet.

In this case, it was the most recent. So what is a travel lock and why does it matter? >

A silent motor

So maybe the question before this one is & quot; do you care if someone hears your buzzer? ” if the answer is & ldquo; no & rdquo; so, damn torpedoes, full speed ahead! But, if you’re concerned about other travelers, or maybe your host is hearing your toy, you need to know how loud it is. Some toys whisper or purr while others roar. I have one that makes a reasonable noise when you turn it on but gets louder when you press it as if to announce “ Hey everyone I MASTURBATE!! & rdquo; This can be something to consider and a good reason to choose a toy with a quiet motor.

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Easy packing

What does that even mean? Well, a couple of things. Some vibrators come with nice travel cases, some are so small and discreet you can slip them into your purse next to your lipstick (or whatever). Think about how your toy should be packaged. Do you check baggage? Personally, I always recommend packing toys in checked baggage because it usually pings the machines at TSA (or whatever they do) and I know I’ve explained a lot of fuss to TSA agents. (Once an agent at O’ Hare tap-dagged around the issue, trying to save me from embarrassment when I blurted out “just, FYI, there’s a dildo in there! & Rdquo;) However, lithium-ion batteries are not allowed in luggage bags and therefore any toys they drive must be carried. Some people will tell you that small toys are the best choice for traveling, but if you, like me, don’t like small toys, that doesn’t help much. Consider your toy’s size, shape and battery type, your luggage space and your own ability to deal with strangers knowing you have some energy when choosing a toy for travel.

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Once an agent of O & rsquo; Hare tap-dagged around the issue, trying to save me from embarrassment when I blurted out “ just, FYI, there’s a dildo in there! ”

Universal load

This one is especially important if you’re traveling abroad: how does your toy charge? The plugs are different depending on the country. For this reason, many toys now charge via USB, which means you can charge just about anywhere. Some vibes, like the O-Wand, even come with adapters so you can charge them while traveling. Remember to consider this before packing, however. You don’t want to find yourself in the middle of the journey with a dead vibe and no way to recharge it.

Have sex toys, travel

So that’s the story, folks. There’s no reason not to take your favorite vibrator with you when you hit the road, there are just a few things you’ll want to consider to ensure the journey is safe, fun and satisfying for everyone involved – and to make sure yours isn’t the vibrating suitcase at baggage claim! Have a good trip!

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