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Practical Guide: How to Buy Speculums and Dilators Sex Toys

Whether you want to feed your medical fetishes, stretch the anus for some naughty indulgence, open up your vagina from painful sex or simply take a peek at how your partner looks inside, speculums and dilators will do the job. These sex toys come in different sizes, shapes and materials to make your play as kinky as possible.

Here are a few things you need to consider when choosing speculums and dilators sex toys

Intended Use

Think about how you intend to use speculums and dilators sex toys. Do you want a vaginal or anal stretch? Or do you want to spread up the anus for more stimulation such as enema or penile penetration? Because this will determine the size, and materials you will get. If you want vaginal/anal training and stretching, consider flexible materials that can be worn for a long-period of time. If you want to open up the anus or vagina for penile or sex toy penetration, consider a soft and stretch material that will not hurt your partner as your thrust. If for enema, a firm material will be more effective. They are vaginal and anal specific speculums and dilators sex toys. If you plan to play with both genitals, have both for vagina and anal. Don’t mix them for hygiene and health reasons.

Insertable Length

Once you have defined your intended use, consider the insertable length. Some spectrums and dilators sex toys are short while others are long to increase stimulation. Besides sexual pleasure, dilators and spectrums are used to treat vaginal stenosis, vulvodynies or vaginismus. Insert a long dildo dilator to train the vagina while stimulating the G-spot as you turn and stretch your body during a kegel exercise session. You can also use long-billed spectrums to finally have a view and stimulate those hard to reach places. But as a beginner it’s recommendable to start with shorter insertable lengths to prevent over-stimulation and injuries.

Dilation Width and Diameter

Spectrums and dilators sex toys come in different diameter from small, medium to large. Start with small widths and work up your way to large and fuller devices. For spectrums, you need to consider the operable diameter once they are opened. Some have a small diameter to allow for deep cleaning and aeration, which is super erotic. Some open large enough to allow penile and dildo penetration. Others can open to extreme diameters for an intense medical fisting. The bigger the diameter, the more stimulating possibilities you have. Check the before and after width to ensure you get one that fits your needs. Reputable adult shops like Peaches and Screams list these details on the product portfolio so it’s easier to dwindle down your choices. 

Design and Unique Features

If you are looking for that extra kick of stimulation, you must consider the design and unique features presented by each device. Some spectrums and dilators are ridged, some are taped, some are duck-billed, and others are rounded. Others come designed as hollowed butt plugs to enable dilation while allowing access to the anus for penile or dildo penetration. Still you will find spectrums and dilators that have vibrations and electraStim functionalities to intensify your stimulation. However, if you are a beginner, go for basic spectrums and dilators sex toys until your body is used to the stretching and fullness stimulation. Avoid engaging in electro sex if you suffer from any heart problems, epilepsy, have metallic plates in your body, pregnant or feeling exhausted.

Materials Used

Spectrums and dilators sex toys are made from different materials including Silicone, Glass, Metal, plastic, PVC, rubber and jelly. Silicone, PVC, rubber and jelly are flexible and will contour with your body. This makes them perfect for beginner stretcher. Glass and metal are hard and rigid making them more ideal for intermediaries and advanced player used to heaviness and turned on by firmness. Most spectrums are made from stainless steel and hard plastics. Some plastics are disposable while others can be cleaned and reused. Stainless steel is more recommend because it is body safe and easy to sterilise.

Unless you have a particular reason, always go for body safe, non- porous and easy to sterilise materials such as silicone, glass and stainless steel. If you plan to play with multiple partners, consider using disposable plastics. Spectrums and dilators sex toys are inserted to the vagina or anus. The highest level of hygiene should be practiced to prevent spread of STIs.

Lubricant to be Used

The material you choose will directly influence the type of lubricant you use. If you pick silicone or a silicone hybrid material, use water-based lubricant. Silicone lubricant will react with the silicone material and damage the surface of your spectrums and dilators. All other materials are compatible with both water and silicone-based lubricants, be free to choose your favourite brand. For anal play, consider anal specific lubricants as they provide more cushion. Avoid lubricants with glycerin; the sugar components can encourage yeast infections.

Safety Tips when Using Spectrums and Dilators Sex Toys

Spectrums and dilators sex toys are fun and exciting to play with. However, if these devices are not properly used, they can easily cause tissue cuts, tears and infections. Here are some safety tips to ensure your play is safe and pleasurable.

  • Observe the highest level of hygiene. Clean and sterilise your toys and hands before play. If playing with multiple partners, consider purchasing single use lubricants to avoid spread of bacteria.
  • Always go slow during insertion and removal. If you experience pain, stop immediately. You risk tissue injuries.
  • Always use plenty of lubricant for a smooth insertion and removal.
  • Don’t share spectrums and dilators sex toys made from porous materials.

Where to Buy High Quality Spectrums and Dilators Sex Toys

Raise the bars of your bondage with spectrums and dilators sex toys from Peaches and Screams. Open up your lover and treat them to an erotic medical session cupped with unfathomable sexual gratification. Peaches and Screams offer you a wide variety of spectrums and dilators sex toys made from body safe materials and designed to stamp your bondage prowess. With Peaches and Screams, you have all the tools you need to script your own mystical eroticism. Take action now!

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