Pleasure Centre: We-Vibe's Sync Couples Vibrator - Par Femme

by BARE Sexology

The best part about sex is the anticipation—not knowing what might happen next. For singles, this is often the drumroll at the end of the night, when you’re saying goodbye to your date or ordering that glass of rose that might be the last thing you taste before you touch your lips to theirs.

For couples, the security of your relationship could mean the excitement that once drew you together dissipates and you fall into a routine—you know how to turn each other on, what move will get you to climax. The sex can be comfortable, quick, and fun, but not always exciting. There’s nothing wrong with this if it works for you, of course. But imagine bringing back that drumroll. The shortness of breath. The anticipatory sweat.

The We-Vibe Sync can do that. A C-shaped vibrator controlled by your partner via smartphone app or remote control, the Sync allows you to play solo, as a couple in the same room, or as a couple miles apart.

It might look intimidating for first-time vibrator users. A remote control? An app? You might argue that sex should be a tech-free, whole-body experience, though the We-Vibe Sync might change your mind.

There are so many ways you can use it. Solo, the vibrator inserts snuggly into place, with the top of the ‘C’ on my clitoris and the bottom inside my vagina. I turn it on to one of the 10 vibrational settings and have a hands-free experience that leaves me excited to try the product with my partner.

We download the We-Connect app and flick through the 10 internal vibrating options: strong and continuous (Vibrate), monotonous (Pulse), and melodic (Cha Cha Cha) are just a few on offer. Using the remote control and supplied lubricant, the We-Vibe Sync provides us both with substantial pleasure during penetration, especially when one of us changed the vibrational speeds without the other knowing. That anticipation we mentioned earlier? Here it is.

The size of the Sync is substantial, which I wasn’t into at first. After a little while, though, I realised the Sync was helping me to be aware of our connection as a couple—something that’s often difficult with the mental load of family/work/relationships/parenting. The Sync would be an asset to the relationship of couples with kids, especially.

Vibration options involving the different ends of the ‘C’ vibrating at different times (such as with Bounce) were a clear favourite for both of us. The internal section vibrating against my partner’s shaft in the same rhythm as he moved gave us both a little something extra.

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