The 12 Best Sex Toys for Couples in Long-distance Relationships

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Teledildonia (or long distance sex toys) can bring a relationship to the next level, especially if the relationship is long distance. These interactive devices use haptic feedback to record and send simulations of your intimate movements to partners thousands of miles away.

But it can be difficult to know which one to buy. So we looked at the pros and cons of 12 of the best couples sex toys to help people make the right choices for them. While most on the market are geared toward heterosexual couples, many can also be used by queer and non-binary lovers.

1. The Fuse vibrator[block]1[/block]

Fuse is a female vibrator with dual tactile stimulation containing two interior motors and one exterior LED light. It is the result of a collaboration between Kiiroo and OhMiBod. Fuse is the haptic companion of Launch stroker (see below), so it can be used by heterosexual couples. But it is also compatible with several webcam platforms.

Suki Dunham, founder of OhMiBod, said: “The technology behind Fuse is the future of privacy, opening up new levels of interactivity no matter where you are in the world.”

A reviewer on teledildonics.co said: “I truly believe it has breathed new life into our relationship and has succeeded in bringing passion to my business trips.”

Benefits: High quality silicone and elegant design.

The inconvenients: Not the quietest or longest battery life.

2. The launch launcher

The launch of Kiiroo and Fleshslight is an app-controlled sex toy for men. The interactive device simulates sex with a feeling of caress focused on the penis. It should be used with a Fleshlight, but can then be used manually or synchronized with a variety of adult VR content. It is also compatible with Pearl and Onyx products from Kiiroo (see below), so it is perfect for long distance partners.

Critic of Future of Sex said: “By combining a vast repertoire of features with pure raw power, this product will impress even the most skeptical user.”

Benefits: Tailor-made race and speed, good for people with reduced mobility.

The inconvenients: Although quieter than the previous iteration, the launch is still noisy, and quite large and awkward.

3. & 4. Onyx2 and Pearl2

More elegant and quieter than its predecessor, the Onix2 from Kiiroo is a male stroker designed to connect to the Pearl2 vibrator from the Dutch company. It has increased running action – up to 140 strokes per minute – and now offers cadence control.

While the original Pearl was straight and simple, the Pearl2 is curved and provides G-spot stimulation. It also uses touch technology, responding to movement during use.

As Kiiroo continues to lead the way in offering the best sex toys for couples, its new and improved products seem to be there.

A review on Surviving LDR said: “Especially for beginner long distance couples, these devices can transform your long distance relationship. Being able to see each other while we are having fun makes the distance not so bad. “

Onyx2 advantages: Light, silent and powerful. No against!

Benefits of Pearl2: Stronger vibrations, at a reasonable price.

Pearl2 against: No flared base so impractical for anal.

5. & 6. Nora and Max

Lovense Toys Max and Nora integrate into VR pornography

Max and Nora are the devices of the Hong Kong-based teledildony company Lovense and its devices, although the Max can also connect to another Max and the Nora to another Nora.

The stroker, Max, uses air pump technology (unique to Lovense) to improve the movement of the toy. It connects via an application to Nora, a vibrator with double stimulation which contains pearls in the rod. The two toys can also respond to music streamed via the company app.

Benefits: Simplicity: designed only for use by couples. Nora’s rabbit design is a proven vibrator design that appeals to many.

The inconvenients: The design of the two toys is less sophisticated than Kiiroo and OhMiBod, and the connection technology is not as advanced.

7. & 8. Hush and Lush

Hush is the vibrating anal plug controlled by Bluetooth from Lovense, while Lush is a vibrating egg. The two are controlled via an app but do not sync with each other or with other toys. So, although they can be used in pairs and over long distances, one partner must control the toy that the other is using.

Future of Sex reported on Hush when it was released, after successful crowdfunding via Indiegogo:

The waterproof silicone Hush is available in two sizes and has a sufficiently charged battery for one or two hours of continuous use. Other features include an option for sound-activated use and an encrypted messaging tool built into the application. “

Benefits: Both are comfortable, discreet and silent.

The inconvenients: Connectivity has been an issue for many users.

9. Tiani 3

Swedish company Lelo has raised the stakes with Tiani 3, a remote-controlled massager with double stimulation for women. It can be controlled by a partner or used during intercourse. Where it differs from the Tiani 2 is its square head, which provides wider stimulation to the clitoris.

A LELO reviewer said: “I could hold the remote control in one hand and use it to tease it with the same vibrations I felt.”

Benefits: Can be used during intercourse.

The inconvenients: Not suitable for lovers interested in long distance interactive sex.

10. & 11. Vibease and Esthesia

Vibease now has two vibrators compatible with its application: dual stimulation aesthesia and its eponymous clitoral stimulator. The Vibease app can make long distance video calls, allow couples to send messages to each other and sync with erotic audio books.

“We are now making Vibease a platform for other sex toys,” Vibease co-founder and CEO Dema Tio told Future of Sex in 2016. “We are providing the technology to other companies to make their sextoys smart. ”

Benefits: The leader in application technology. More application options available.

The inconvenients: Miss Ruby Reviews said, “I want the selection of audio books to be more inclusive. I haven’t noticed anything there for gay, lesbian, trans or queer users, which I hope Vibease will continue to do. “

12. We-Vibe Sync

The Canadian company Standard Innovation Corporation’s We-Vibe Sync is similar to the Tiani 3. It connects to the We-Vibe We-Connect app. The We-Vibe Sync is more flexible than other We-Vibe products; it has two hinges to fit a wider range of bodies. It also has stronger vibrations.

“Standard Innovation created a great product with We-Connect,” said Future of Sex about the company’s app. “Once you are synchronized via Bluetooth, the app can control the vibration speed, the pattern and be stopped and started at will. It’s really fun to play with. “

Benefits: We-Vibe offers a range of products to meet all needs, shapes and sizes.

The inconvenients: The company has been the subject of a privacy lawsuit.

What do you think of our list of the 12 best sextoys for couples in long distance couples? Let us know if you agree, disagree or have missed one of your favorite adult haptics.

Image sources: Morderska, Kiiroo, Lovense, Lelo, We-Vibe and Vibease