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Want to experiment with sex toys but not sure where to start? This guide explains how to choose the perfect beginner’s sex toy for you, and shows you how to find exactly what you’re looking for at Castle Megastore.

Whether you want to start off small with a bullet vibrator or fancy trying an anal sex toy, there are many toys that will fit your needs.

What do you like?

I'm a WOMAN looking for… Try a…
External Clitoral Stimulation Clitoral Vibrator, Bullet Vibrator or Egg Stimulator
Internal Vaginal or G-Spot Stimulation Dildo, Vibrator, G-Spot Vibrator
Clitoral and Vaginal Stimulation Rabbit Vibrator or Dual Action Vibrator
Lifelike Look and Feel Dildo
Something Discreet Clitoral Vibrator, Bullet Vibrator or Egg Stimulator
I'm a MAN looking for… Try a…
Lifelike Look and Feel Male Masturbator or Fleshlight
Discreet and non-anatomical Male Masturbator
Prostate Stimulation Prostate Massager or Prostate Stimulator
We're a COUPLE looking for… Try a…
A Sex Toy to Improve Sex Vibrating Cock Ring or Cock Ring
A Sex Toy to use together on HIM Male Masturbator or Prostate Massager
A Sex Toy to use together on HER Dildo, Vibrator or Couples Toys
Something Kinky Restraints, Sex Furniture, Crops and Floggers or Masks

How to Choose Your First Sex Toy

When you’re buying your first sex toy your budget will probably be one of the biggest factors in your choice. Starting with less expensive sex toys is a good way to experiment, but just getting the cheapest thing in the sale without thinking about if it’s right for you may lead to disappointment. Remember to look at customer reviews as well as price.

Luxury sex toys, like the Lelo Mona Rechargeable Vibe, really are worth the extra spend: they’re made from better quality materials, they’ll last longer and they’re usually rechargeable so you can recoup the cost of batteries. However, it’s sensible to know what you like before you splash out on an expensive toy that will be with you for the long haul.

Check the Details

When you’ve spotted a toy in your budget that takes your fancy, check the details on the product page carefully.

How it Measures Up: Find out just how big that toy is. More important than the overall length is the insertable length, as is the circumference (which is measured at the widest girth of the toy). Will this be a comfortable fit for you?

How it Feels: A toy can look rigid in the product picture, when it’s actually a flexible friend. Check the nitty gritty of the material specifications here, and also check whether you can take the toy into the bathroom for underwater play – submersible toys are also easier to keep clean.

Power and Speed: Check exactly what types of vibration are in store, as well as what type of power the toy takes and what batteries you need for your sex toy.