How Much Does A Vibrator Cost: From Affordable To Indulgent

There is always a vibrator to fit your budget. While you get what you pay for, that doesn’t mean your future vibrator is going to cost you an arm and a leg.
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Just like any other product you might be looking to buy, vibrators can be purchased for as little as ten bucks or as much as your whole paycheck — and anywhere in between.

The price point of a vibrator can be a direct result of the quality of its materials and certain name brands which are more expensive than others.

For the most part, you do get what you pay for — but that doesn’t mean your future favorite vibrator is going to cost you an arm and a leg.

Some folks even opt to use DIY vibrator alternatives just to save a buck — but you don’t have to!

We’ll explain everything you need to know about how much a vibrator costs, but if you’re thinking about trying one, click here for the best vibrators curated by our experts.

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Editor’s Note: This article is part of our How To Use A Vibrator and Everything Vibrators hubs, in-depth and evolving resources that comprehensively explore all aspects of vibrators from the different types and how to use them, to materials and safety — created to help you achieve the sexual pleasure you deserve.

How Much Do Vibrators Cost?

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As we mentioned earlier, the price range for vibrators varies — widely — so there isn’t one singular answer to this question.

Vibrators can be low-cost and affordable, high-end and expensive, or somewhere in between (midrange).

Additionally, it’s important to note that overall cost is subjective based on an individual’s budget.

A $10 vibe might be incredibly cheap to one person while it’s an expensive investment to another.

We’ll take a closer look at the average vibrator cost within each price range below — and what that money can buy:

Low-Cost (Cheap) Vibrators

Overall, the lowest price range for vibrators tends to run from about $10 to $30.

These inexpensive, “cheap” vibrators are usually small and include bullets, finger vibrators, or basic wand massagers.

Eve’s Silky Sensations Rechargeable BulletPhotograph Of Light Blue Eve's Silky Sensations Rechargeable Bullet can be purchased for just $29.95.

This rechargeable, waterproof bullet has ten vibration speeds and functions accessed through a single button.

The bonus? It’s crafted from soft, body-safe silicone so you’re not sacrificing quality just because you want to save a little money.

It’s no wonder that Adam & Eve has shipped out over 10,000 of these discreet vibes — it’s a well-loved option for those vibing on a budget.

Close Up Photo Of Light Pink Adam & Eve Rechargeable Finger VibratorAnother great choice is the Adam & Eve Rechargeable Finger Vibe, a bullet vibrator that attaches to your finger with a textured, body-safe silicone cover for added stimulation.

This vibrator is a great addition to solo play or sex with a partner because of its versatility. You can wear it as a finger vibrator, of course, but the bullet detaches so you can use it just about any way you like!

It’s rechargeable, has ten speeds, it’s fully waterproof, and it costs only $29.95! More than 85,000 of these have been sold to happy Adam & Eve customers.

  • Are Cheap Vibrators Safe And Reliable?

While there certainly are cheap vibrators that are safe and reliable, when searching for something in this category it’s a good idea to be a little more shrewd.

As we mentioned, inexpensive vibrators in the $10 to $30 price range may be made from materials that are less than safe, including jelly rubber, phthalates, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and thermoplastic rubber or elastomer (TPR/TPE), among others.

That isn’t true for all of them, however — but it is an important factor to note. Always check the materials a vibrator is made from; they should be listed on the box.

If they aren’t, put it back on the shelf and choose a different vibrator.

Cheap vibrators often don’t last as long as their more expensive counterparts, so they’ll likely need to be replaced more often.

Over time, those costs can add up.

Still, an inexpensive vibrator can be a good way to try out a certain style before investing in a more expensive version of it later on.

And if you’ve never used a vibrator before and aren’t sure whether you’ll even like it, a cheap vibrator is ideal for a test run — because you won’t be out a lot of money if you end up hating it.

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Midrange Vibrators

Midrange vibrators will run anywhere from $35 to $80 or so, but again, even these prices can be considered expensive investments for some.

This category includes a large assortment of vibrators like wands, rabbits, some clit suckers, G-spot vibes, or panty vibrators, and vibrating eggs.

At this price point, vibrators tend to have more bells and whistles like multiple pattern and speed settings, remote controls, or even heat settings.

Certain styles that are usually more expensive can often be found in the midrange if they’re made with subpar materials, so that’s an important thing to watch out for.

Closeup Image Of The Satisfyer Pro 2 Against White BackgroundIf you’re looking for something in the midrange, the Satisfyer Pro 2 is a $59.95 clit sucker that is very much worth the investment.

This vibrator offers 11 intensity settings, although you may not need them — our editor-in-chief, Alison Huff, told me that she has never made it past level 4 and the first time she used it, she came in under 30 seconds.

Plus, it comes with a 15-year warranty — so you can purchase it with total confidence. This one will be with you for the long haul.

Close-Up View Of Hot Pink And White OhMiBod Lovelife Cuddle G-Spot VibratorThe OhMiBod Lovelife Cuddle and Cuddle Mini are two perfect midrange toys if the G-spot is your jam.

While G-spot vibrators tend to be found most often in the high-end range, the Cuddle is just $69 while the mini is $59, making them both great choices at this price point.

Offering up to 2 hours of use on a full charge, both models provide strong vibration through a shaft that’s perfectly curved for optimal G-spot stimulation.

The only drawback is that it isn’t waterproof — which limits your usage to dry land only.

  • Are Midrange Vibrators Better Than Cheap Ones?

While a midrange toy isn’t necessarily always going to be better than a cheap one, they do have a lot of advantages.

If you’re looking for something longer-lasting, offering more bells and whistles and that’s made with better materials, you will likely want to look for vibes with midrange prices.

Additionally, you’ll find a lot more variance in the type of vibrators available at this price range.

For instance, it’s next to impossible to find a rabbit vibrator or clit sucker for under $35.

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High-End Vibrators

The cost of high-end vibrators ranges from $85 to $250 and above.

These vibrators tend to be consistently made only with the most body-safe materials like silicone and ABS plastic.

Styles that tend to be more expensive include the most versatile wands, rabbits, clit suckers, G-spot vibes, panty vibrators and wearables, remote-controlled vibes, and thrusting vibrators.

These toys are almost always rechargeable and waterproof and have tons of settings to experiment with. Many also come with warranties that last at least a year and as long as 15.

When shopping higher-end brands, like LELO or Lora DiCarlo for instance, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a vibrator that isn’t in the high-end range.

Image Of The Hitachi Magic Wand RechargeableThe Hitachi Magic Wand is the OG wand massager.

This super powerful wand has been on the market for years — and with good reason — but the price reflects its popularity and durability.

The original model (which plugs into the wall) is $94.95 and has been delivering orgasms successfully for decades.

Baci from Lora DiCarloCloseup Image Of A Light Pink Lora DiCarlo Baci Against White Background is a robotic clit sucker made from high-quality material silicone and ABS plastic.

This award-winning, innovatively designed toy costs $160 but having tried it myself, I can tell you it’s more than worth it.

Close Up Photograph Of Lora DiCarlo Osé 2Another high-end vibrator offering dual stimulation is Osé 2, also from Lora DiCarlo.

Pairing a clit sucker with a G-spot stimulator, this powerful vibrator mimics realistic cunnilingus and provides a cum-hither motion for intense orgasms.

The price tag is $290 but as fellow Women’s Health Interactive writer Zoë Tanner discovered when trying Osé 2, once you get the hang of using it, you’ll wonder where it’s been all your life.

  • Are High-End Vibrators Really Worth The Money?

They definitely can be — if you’ve got the extra money to spend comfortably.

Unfortunately, vibrators that are high-quality and long-lasting usually come with a much higher price tag.

While vibes like the Hitachi, Baci, or Osé 2 are worth the investment to those who love them, an expensive vibrator doesn’t always mean a good vibrator.

If you’re thinking about investing in a high-end vibrator, always read through product reviews to make sure you are buying a vibrator that’s worth the splurge.

And like we mentioned earlier, you can always try a particular vibrator style in the midrange before purchasing a really expensive high-end version of it later on.

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Most Expensive Vibrators

If you just won the lottery or your son pissed you off and you’re looking to blow his entire college fund, there are luxury vibrators out there available for purchase.

For instance, Inez from LELO is a $15,000 24-karat gold plated vibrator that the site describes as being “defined by decadence and elegance” and “perfect for those who understand that you can’t put a price on pleasure.”

Looking at that price tag, though, I think you can.

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Can Vibrators Be Purchased On Sale?

Sure, we all love getting off — but who doesn’t love getting half off?

Vendors like Lovehoney or Adam & Eve always have sale items or offer different deals and discounts throughout the year.

When shopping at Adam & Eve, for instance, you can use code WHI25 and get up to 25% off of one single product  — a specially negotiated discount we secured.

If you’re purchasing something discreetly from Lovehoney, you can enjoy 15% off sitewide using code AFF-WH15 — another specially negotiated discount we secured.

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In Conclusion

No matter what your financial situation is, there is a vibrator out there to fit your budget — or even a homemade vibrator alternative if you’re not ready to spring for the real thing.

Whether you’re searching for a great deal or looking to ball out on a diamond-encrusted vibrator, the right vibrator is just a click away!

If you’re still searching for your perfect vibe, make sure to read through our in-depth Everything Vibrators guide first.

And if you have no idea what vibrator to try, take our vibrator quiz to find your best match!