Vibrating panty also known as vibrating thong or vibrating undies is a type of clitoral hands-free vibrator that is used mainly by female users with the purpose to receive sexual stimulation. This sex toy features the conjunction of a female piece of lingerie and a vibrating element inserted. The vibrating bullet or some other shaped elements are located against the female genitalia: clitoris and labia, but there are also some penetrative sex toys attached from the inner side of the panties for stimulating the vaginal erogenous zones. The panties are intended for keeping the vibrator in place, while activating and in many cases for wearing it comfortably under the clothes.
The following types of vibrating panties are produced by the sex toys industry:
Remote control vibrating panty. This is a discreet vibrator operated from a remote control device that can usually work at the distance of up to several metres. The panties' vibrator is controlled by users or by their partners during foreplay or during masturbation. Some women wear the remote control panties under their clothes and turn the vibrating bullet on wherever they wish. Usually such models are designed noiseless for hiding the sound of vibrating element.
Crotchless vibrating panty. This model is designed for using during intercourse. The crotchless panties are intended for easy access to the genitalia, with a vibrating bullet massaging the clitoris.
Vibrating panty with removable bullet. Some vibrating elements of the panties are designed for removing and using in any other erotic activities. The bullet is inserted into a special hidden pouch placed in the inner side of the panties. But there are also attachable bullets used with any panties, thongs or g-strings. The bullet is operated by small watch batteries.
Vibrating panties are usually made out of the normal fabrics used in manufacturing the female lingerie: nylon, cotton, mesh, lace, leather, etc., as well as latex. In all cases the material is stretchable to fit many sizes and comfortable for wearing for extended periods of time.
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