Sex Advice

7 Hands-Free Sex Toys That’ll Let You Lie Back and Enjoy the Ride

Mary Grace Garis

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As fan-freaking-tastic as masturbation is, there's often an annoying amount of work that goes into solo sex play. Yes, a dynamite vibrator will make the experience easier, but all that maneuvering? Bleh! Seeing it out successfully requires skill, focus, and often at least least one helping hand. But what if you want to use that hand to touch other erogenous zones, or scroll through the news on the phone, or knit a blanket? For those pursuits and also for reasons of increased accessibility for a number of folks who can't use hand-operated sex toys, hands-free vibrators are important.

"A hands-free sex toy is a great investment if you have a disability that doesn't allow you to use your hands, if you have them, in the way that you want," says Marla Renee Stewart, sex expert for adult-wellness brand and retailer Lovers. "If you do have hands [and the ability to use them during sex play], you may want to try a hands-free device for a few different reasons, including nuance and finding a different way to orgasm, using your hands to engage in other sexual activity, or even holding a book to read erotica while you use the other to feel yourself up. Having a toy that's hands-free may help you to work on your breathing and get to that lovely orgasm you're looking for."

"Having a toy that's hands-free may help you to work on your breathing and get to that lovely orgasm you're looking for." —Marla Renee Stewart, sex expert

Searah Deysach, sex educator and owner of pleasure shop Early to Bed, points out that hands-free vibrators can upgrade your pleasure during partnered play, too. "With a partner, toys that you don't have to hold onto allow you touch and feel your partner and stimulate them simultaneously," she says. Plus, since many vulva-owners can't orgasm from penetration alone, consider hands-free vibrators a strategy for taking the elevator rather than the stairs to climax. Below, check out our favorite picks for hands-free vibrators.

Find 7 of our best recommendations for hands-free vibrators, rounded up below.

1. Eva II Hands-Free Vibrator, $135

Photo: Dame

Nothing screams "hands-free" like Dame Products' sophisticate Eva II. The toy's flexi-wings will cling securely to your labia, giving you a bit (okay, much more than a bit) of buzz during your next penetrative romp.

Shop Now: Eva II Hands-Free Vibrator, $135

2. We-Vibe Chorus, $199

Photo: Lovers

This is a go-to couples' toy, but you can still enjoy We-Vibe on a solo mission, invigorating your manual masturbation game. "The shape of the toy allows you to keep it in place, and with the We-Connect app, your lover can control it while you enjoy the ride," says Stewart.

Shop Now: We-Vibe Chorus, $199

3. Tracy's Dog Pro 2 Clitoral Sucking Vibrator, $50

Photo: Amazon

Meet the vibrator that launched a gazillion giggle-rich rave reviews and orgasms aplenty. It stimulates by both penetration and suction, providing for a sensation that should blow your socks off. That is, if you wear socks while getting off (and if you don't, it's surprisingly good for your orgasm).

Shop Now: Tracy's Dog Pro 2 Clitoral Sucking Vibrator, $50

4. Le Wand Point, $125

Photo: Le Wand

Le Wand Point is a very intentionally structured slow-burn vibrator; it has a slight curve to lay flat on your vulva and engraved wavy ridges for a unique, textural feel. It stays put, nestling itself on you effortlessly the entire time you're vibing.

Shop Now: Le Wand Point, $125

5. Ruby Glow, $49

Photo: Organic Loven

If you're looking to approximate a threesome, keep this hands-free toy in mind. It's a blessing for bored singles, too: Ruby Glow and its twin vibrators are a delicious way to rise and grind your way to climax.

Shop Now: Ruby Glow, $49

6. Baci, $160

Photo: Lora DiCarlo

Baci is an oral-sex stimulating robot that gave an orgasm I feel was decidedly designer—that is, it felt upscale. It's constructed to stay put on your vulva, and the groove is meant to mimic the feel of a chin (to approximate receiving oral) and also help secure the toy at your sweet spot.

Shop Now: Baci, $160

7. Magic Wand Plus, $99

Photo: Lovers

The Hitachi wand is timeless and might already be an honored part of your goody drawer. If not, trust that it can make some hands-free magic with the help of a little bit of propping. "The Magic Wand Plus allows you to get in a comfortable position, whether you're on your back or stomach, and hold the toy with your thighs or with a pillow," says Stewart. "This allows you to have it in a steady position and allows you to move your body and hands freely as they need to."

Shop Now:Magic Wand Plus, $99

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