The best sex toys for beginners 2019: from bullets to butt plugs, the ultimate sex toy start kit

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IF YOU’RE a bit of a sex toy novice and want to make your first purchase, look no further – we’ve got the ultimate sex toy start kit for beginners.

We’ve compiled a list of the best sex toys for every category, from anal training kits to a simple vibrator.

Everyone has to start somewhere, right? That’s where we come in…

But first, a heads up, before purchasing any sex toy you will also need to buy some lubricant.

There are huge selections at Ann Summers, Love Honey and even Boots – plain, flavoured, tingly, self-heating and even massage oil hybrids.

Lubricant will ensure that when you use any of the following toys, you won’t be uncomfortable (and it can obviously add an extra element of pleasure for both yourself and your partner).

You will also need to invest in a cleaning product for your toys, and the kind you use varies on the material of your toy.

There are wipes available which are quick and easy, which work on materials such as silicone, plastic and glass, and other materials such as rubber, vinyl, any real-feel toy, leather, or nylon will need a deeper clean with a cleaning solution and some water.

But, now for the fun part: the best sex toys for beginners.

Vibrators

Lovehoney’s cheeky pocket rocket has multiple different heads on for different stimulation and will cost you less than a tenner
  • BASICS Powerful Pocket Clitoral Vibrator, £7.99 from Lovehoney – buy here

Lovehoney’s simple pocket clitoral vibrator packs a punch – especially for the low price – and it’s a perfect first vibrator for someone who might feel a little intimidated by all of the crazy options on display.

It comes with a variety of interchangeable heads, and its single-speed vibrations keeps things easy.

The pink pocket rocket is a step up from a tiny bullet vibrator, which doesn’t tend to ‘do’ much in terms of reaching orgasm – but it isn’t an overly powerful toy that will keep your neighbours up, as it’s incredibly quiet.

It takes one AA battery, and it’s advisable to use with a squirt of water-based lube.

  • Aphrodisiac Power Wand, £60 from Ann Summers – buy here

If you’re wanting to try something a bit more adventurous and are intrigued by massage wands, look no further.

By treating yourself to the rose gold Aphrodisiac Power Wand you’re getting a whopping 20 vibration settings to choose from, so you’ll never get bored.

The metallic toy is USB charged and has a removable silicone head for easy cleaning – and it can also be used as a body massager as well as on all of your erogenous zones.

If you really want to up the ante, then you should invest in some tingle lube to use with this particular toy – you’ll have a great time.

Dildos

This dildo comes with a suction cup so you can use it hands-free
  • BASICS Suction Cup Dildo 6 Inch, £14.99 from Lovehoney – buy here

Dildos are the original sex toy – if you’re after a simple penis replica that doesn’t vibrate, you’re in the right place.

This BASICS dildo from Lovehoney is a bargain at £14.99 and is rather phallic looking – perfect, if that’s what you’re after.

It also comes with the very handy suction cup at the base, which means you can use it hands-free in places such as the shower (you’ll thank us later).

Six inches in length and five inches in girth makes this a perfect starter dildo.

This girly glittery pink dildo isn’t too intimidating like some models
  • Tiger Pink Glitter Jelly Dual Density Dildo – 7 Inch, £21.99 from Bondara – buy here

If a penis-looking dildo is a bit much for you, then you should try out Bondara’s glittery pink toy.

The rather cute looking toy isn’t too intimidating and is super-girly, and does a great job of hitting the right spots at seven inches.

It doesn’t come with a suction cup, so you’ll have to do all of the work yourself – but it’s the perfect simple dildo for a beginner who doesn’t want an eyesore to look at.

The dual-density is what makes this toy special, as the clear outter layer is a lot softer than the hard pink centre, giving it a feeling that’s incredibly close to the real deal once inserted.

Rampant Rabbits

 

Ann Summers’ original rabbit is brilliant for beginners
  • The Original Rampant Rabbit, £30 from Ann Summers – buy here

The Rampant Rabbit is a fantastic tool that pleasures every area a woman could possibly want to be pleasured, all in one.

Ann Summers’ original creation is still being sold, and the bright pink toy features a number of exciting elements that all work to drive you to climax.

The rotating head and vibrating shaft and ‘bunny ears’ at the front are powered by three AAA batteries (which aren’t included, so stock up).

Ann Summers sell more of these toys a year than there are actual rabbits in the UK – so you can be sure they’re popular for a reason.

Anal toys

This training kit from Ann Summers will ease you in if you’re looking to try anal for the first time
  • Silicone Anal Training Kit, £25 from Ann Summers – buy here

If you’re a complete beginner when it comes to anal, the first thing you should invest in is an anal training kit.

These three butt plugs from Ann Summers may look intimidating, but they start off super small so you can work your way up to the main event.

The three purple plugs are textured for pleasured and have a pointed end for easy entry – just remember to lube up.

 

This beginner’s kit from Lovehoney has everything you need to start playing around
  • Get Started Beginner’s Anal Kit, £27.99 from Lovehoney – buy here

Lovehoney’s Beginner’s Anal Kit comes with four toys – great value for money.

Two of the toys are standard silicone: the butt plug which can be left in place during intercourse and foreplay, and the dual-ended probe can be explored at either end.

The kit comes with a vibrating plug, which takes three LR44 batteries, which are included, and there’s a series of graduating anal beads, which also vibrate.

The beads are controlled via wire, which mean you or your partner can control the intensity – these take two AA batteries.

Bondage

This saucy red bondage starter kit has the very basics to add a little excitement into the bedroom without getting too Fifty Shades of Grey
  • Introduction to Bondage Starter Set, £9.99 from Bondara – buy here

If you’ve never tried bondage before and claps, whips and ball gags are a bit too wild for you, we suggest you purchase Bondara’s £9.99 starter set.

The devil red set includes a mask to heighten your senses, some silk ties to hold you in place, and a feather tickle ‘n tease to drive you crazy.

It’s perfect for building confidence in bondage and helps you explore a softer side of things with your partner.

Bringing some massage oil into the mix will add another element to the experience.

A slightly more adventurous kit – this boutique set includes restraints, a ball gag and even a whip
  • Bondage Boutique Seduce Me Lover’s Bed Bondage Kit, £59.99 from Lovehoney – buy here

If you don’t do things by halves, Lovehoney’s kit will satisfy your every need.

The metallic pink £59.99 set will drive you and your partner crazy as it includes all the basic bondage gear – from a flogger to bed restraints, cuffs and even a ball gag.

An added plus is that the sub won’t get uncomfortable as it’s all lined with faux fur.



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