Check out the max noise level
As we mentioned, thrusters don’t tend to be the most discreet sex toys, especially when it comes to noise. As Unbound co-founder and CEO Polly Rodriguez previously told Cosmo, “Generally speaking, any vibe that’s 50 decibels or lower is considered very discreet—it’s the equivalent of a quiet refrigerator running in terms of noise level.” If discretion is a priority, then opt for a thrusting vibe that won’t exceed 50 decibels on the highest level, like the ZALO Desire Pre-Heating Thruster or the Bellesa Diskreet Thrust.
Consider the design
Thrusters come in many shapes and sizes, so depending on how you like to get off, you’ll wanna consider what works best for your body. Do you need dual stimulation? Then opt for a thrusting Rabbit, like the Playboy Pleasure Bumping Bunny. Want something you can use hands-free? Then go with a suction cup thruster, like the Lovense Gravity, or a wearable option, such as the Evolved Tap & Thrust. And if you’re looking for a thrusting vibe that’s safe for anal play, then make sure you choose one that’s not *too* girthy. (FTR, Fun Factory’s pulsators and Cake’s Bounce Vibe are not intended for anal use.)
Investigate the power
There are two main factors that determine the strength of a thrusting vibrator: stroke length and strokes per minute. Before investing in a toy, you’ll wanna decide whether you want something that delivers deep, rapid thrusts or gentler, shallow thrusts. The Mini Teddy TX, for instance, will provide seriously deep thrusting action, while the Fun Factory Stronic Petite is a better choice for those who want to experience softer thrusts.