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What are the best sex toys for couples?

What are the best sex toys for couples?
Penny Lafferty
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Discover the thrill-seeking sex toys and accessories that are tailor made for yourcouples’ play...

What are the best sex toys for couples?


Put your pleasure in your partner’s hands with LELO Lyla 2 Sex Bullet Massager, a discreet yet powerful device that can be controlled by your loved one to help inspire an earth-shattering climax – wherever you are! 

Kate Moyle, psychosexual therapist and LELO sexpert, says: “Breaking up the predictability of sex can help us to experience more desire and not get stuck in routines. Staying curious is important for couples – and it can be something as simple as changing one thing, like turning the lights on or off, moving position or introducing sex toys.”


Introducing your partner to new sexual adventures, Smile Makers' The Neighbour creates a toe-curling experience for him and her. The pulsating device features a tapered tip that gently massages for maximum pleasure that moves beyond your usual bedroom antics. 

Samantha, head of pleasure & content at Smile Makers, says: “Communicate! Especially if you’re in a relationship, talk about your libido and how that can impact your sex lives. Get playful too – create a space that you can feel safe in, laugh in and explore intimacy together.” 


We all need support from time to time! Enter WooWoo Slide It! Water Based Pleasure Lube, a lightweight, ultra-silky lubricant to help coax you to climax by creating a little extra movement – perfect for partners who love to experiment. 

Lucy Anderson, founder of WooWoo, says: “You can use our Water-Based Lube to increase comfort, heighten pleasure during sex, and combat common perimenopause and menopause symptoms such as dry skin, increased sensitivity to UTI’s and vaginal dryness.”  


Looking for <<more>> in the bedroom? VUSH Majesty 2 stars five intensity settings and ten pulsating patterns to find the perfect pleasure sequence for her, offering unparalleled clitoral stimulation while they’re busy doing... uh... other things... 

Sarah, VUSH sexologist, says: “Foreplay can help build anticipation and increase arousal, leading to more satisfying sexual experiences. Experiment with different types of foreplay, such as kissing, touching, or oral sex. This could even be letting your partner watch you masturbate.”

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