One of the more unusual types of vibrator available is the egg vibrator. This is another small type of vibrator, and while they are able to be used externally, their main use comes from insertion into the vagina or anus. Due to their nature of being used for insertion, they will usually be controlled by a remote either wirelessly, or with a wire. These vibrators are some of the most discreet available, and their vibration is usually quite quiet, so they make great travel vibrators. They are sometimes called love eggs, and despite their small size can still pack a large punch. The anus will naturally swallow anything you insert into it, and will gradually push things up to the colon.
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Remember in Fifty Shades Darker when Christian 'surprised' Ana with a gorgeous pair of kegel balls aka love eggs, aka Ben Wa balls, aka jiggle balls? There was a teeny moment when she thought they were meant to go in her butt, and she freaked out. But Christian popped them in her vagina and off they went to the masquerade ball. Yeah, that's what love eggs are all about. But why would you want to walk around with any kind of vagina balls inside you? What's the benefit? Lovehoney sex expert Annabelle Knight explains everything you need to know
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Small and discreet, a remote control vibrator is a bullet or egg shaped sex toy that comes with its own, separate controller. The larger egg-type vibrators, are designed to be inserted into the vagina and rest against the G-spot. The smaller bullet vibrators, can be inserted or rested against the clitoris, using underwear to hold it in place. Once in place, the remote control is switched on and can change the speeds and function of vibration with a single click.
A love egg—not to be confused with the masturbation sleeve Tenga Eggs —is a small, egg-shaped go figure vibrator. You insert the egg into the vagina, much like you would a Kegel ball. It usually comes with a dangling string or tail for easy removal, and in many cases, a remote to control vibration patterns while inserted. Some even have their own smartphone app!