Plug-In Vibrators vs. Battery Vibrators
Plug-in Vs. Battery Vibrators:
What is the difference and which is better?
"She is wearing out her batteries" is an acceptable (secret) way of saying a woman is masturbating a lot. But this cultural code is biased to battery-operated vibrators. If, instead, she used a plug-in vibrator our mystery woman would never have to worry about wearing out anything except herself.
This bias moved us to uncover differences between a battery operated vibrator and one that plugs into a wall.
And now the trend of more and more vibes, which are combining the best of both world, the re-chargeable vibrators.
Battery Operated Vibrators (pros and cons)
* Versatile. Battery vibes can be designed in many more shapes and sizes.
* Less Expensive.
* Can be designed to use in the water.
* Generally, not as strong vibrations.
* Can "conk-out' in the most inconvenient of times.
Try: Rock Chick Vibrator
Plug-in Vibrators (pros and cons)
* Strong, long-lasting vibration.
* Durable and made to last for years.
* Usually come with a warranty.
* Limited by length of the cord.
* Most not designed for internal use.
* Can never be used in water.
Rechargeable Vibes (pros and cons)
* Cord is there when you need it, not there when you don't.
* Durable and lasting.
* No need to routing around for batteries.
* Usually comes with a warranty.
* Could still peter-out in a critical moment.