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Why not treat yourself with a sex toy?

These state-of-the-art toys have some crazy new moves.

They're great

Think about it: What is stopping you from buying a sex toy right now? Valentines day is tomorrow, and maybe you have a partner or maybe you don't. Doesn't matter. Sex toys are great and you can literally just buy them.

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Sex toy innovation

There's nothing wrong with a classic vibe, but there's a ton of innovation in the space right now. Companies are promising completely new sensations, which is crazy considering sex toys have been around for at least 30,000 years.

We've put together some suggestions that span the tried-and-true to the truly next-gen.

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The Puff

According to Unbound's website, this little friend "create(s) a rhythmic sucking sensation while the 5 intensity settings allow you to choose the right amount of suction for you."

We also wrote about Unbound, the Puff, and this new wave of suction stimulators here.

$46 at Unbound

Unbound

Kiiroo Onyx+ and Pearl2

Teledildonics is an emerging category of sex toys that allow couples to be intimate with one another over the internet. We wrote about these new connected toys here, but Kiiroo has stimulators for all types of anatomies and any of them can be mixed and matched.

$289.00 at Kiiroo

Kiiroo

Arcwave Ion

We actually reviewed the Arcwave Ion, a sex toy that purports to give people with penises something akin to a female orgasm. Ryan, our gaming editor, describes it in detail here.

$199 at Arcwave

Arcwave

F1s Developer's Kit

Lelo's branding for this is essentially: This is an F1 car for your dick. And you know what? It might be. You can connect this stimulator to an app on your phone and control its speed, intensity, and temperature. There's also an SDK for you coders out there 👀.

$189 at Lelo

Lelo

Satisfyer Pro 2

The Satisfyer Pro 2 is another suction-type device that uses small puffs of air for stimulation. It comes with 11 levels of intensity and is completely waterproof.

$49.95 at Adam & Eve

Adam & Eve

Satisfyer Love Triangle

Similar to the Satisfyer Pro 2 but this time as a tasteful little triangle!

$49.95 at Adam & Eve

Adam & Eve

Duke prostate vibrator

Try to ignore the fact that the green version of the Duke looks uncannily like Gumby and instead think about all the fun you're going to have stimulating your prostate.

$99.99 at Fun Factory

Liberty by Lily Allen

Lily Allen co-designed a toy? Yes, and it looks super cool. This one has six different intensity levels and comes with suction heads in two different sizes, because every body is different!

$99 at Womanizer

Womanizer

Crave Duet Classic

Crave's Duet Classic is just that — a classic vibe with a cute rabbit-ear design. It has four power levels, charges via USB, and can be easily washed in running water.

$129 at Lovecrave

Lovecrave

Royal One

The Royal One is an affordable cock ring with 10 different vibrations programs and can be controlled with an app. The design is nice and it features a 15-year warranty, which is wild to think about.

$29.95 at Satisfyer

Satisfyer

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