25+ Best Budget-Friendly & Body-Safe Sex Toys (2022 UPDATE)
Much has changed in the pleasure product industry since 2015.
That was when I first wrote my post about the best affordable (and body-safe) sex toys! Since there have been so many fantastic new additions to my collection, I decided to publish a second edition.
There are some repeats from my old list — just take as a sign that those tools stood the test of time!
I’ve also decided to use the term “budget-friendly” a little loosely. Many of these toys are well under $50. A few others are a bit pricier but have a phenomenal quality-to-price ratio for everything you get. Yes, getting something cheap and body-safe is nice, but I wanted these to be cheap, body-safe, and good.
Of course, check out my sales and coupons to see if you can get a deal on any of these toys.
Left to right: Hot Octopuss Amo, BMS Mini Swan Rose, and Blush Exposed Nocturnal
BMS Mini Swan Rose
This mini-vibrator is the rumbliest budget bullet I’ve tried. For $50, it comes pretty dang close to the $80 Tango (the gold standard). However, unlike the Tango, the BMS Mini Swan Rose offers a comprehensive and continuous speed range to suit any mood.
This bullet isn’t fucking around. I know that claiming super powerful vibrations has become meaningless, but this bullet has the highest strength-to-size ratio I have ever experienced. Despite being on the high-pitched side, it’s easily the most powerful bullet vibrator under $35.
The Nöje B bullet line features re-skinned Exposed Nocturnals, with some silicone sleeves added. The coverings offer options for:
Dampening the powerful vibrations
Diffusing them with a broad head
Trying fluttery sensations
As such, they have a wider audience than the original, naked Exposed Nocturnal bullet.
Rumbliest Affordable Wand Massagers
Left to right: Magic Wand Plus, BMS Pillow Talk Cheeky, and Blush Nöje W4 wand
Hitachi Vibratex Magic Wand Plus
I must mention the Magic Wand Plus. Yes, it’s more of a splurge than the other wands on this list, but it’s a fucking steal. You get FOUR speeds with similar vibration quality to the Magic Wand Rechargeable, but for only a little more than the Original costs.
The catch? It’s corded and doesn’t come with patterns.
But I don’t give a fuck. It’s rumblier than the original, and there’s a more significant speed range. If you like broad vibrations, just get the Magic Wand Plus.
Okay, so the Nöje W Wands are a little a lot more limited than the Pillow Talk Cheeky. The W1, W2, and W3 come with 5 steady speeds and 5 patterns, while the W4 comes with 2 and 8, respectively. They’re slightly less rumbly, but pack a punch for under $40.
BMS Pillow Talk Cheeky (pink and teal) and Cloud 9 Novelties G‑Spot Slim 7″
BMS Pillow Talk Sassy
The Pillow Talk Sassy is the absolute most underrated G‑spot vibrator of all time. It’s rumbly, the silicone is silky, and it even outperforms the high-end ($169 LELO Mona 2)! The only downside is that its neck is a little flexible, but its power is so delightful that I don’t care.
Forgive the generic title. It can’t hide that this toy is the best affordable rechargeable G‑spot vibrator under $35. Buzzy? A little, but I’ve seen way worse vibrations in more expensive vibrators.
As the name would suggest, it’s slender, and 7″ long, but the bulb is generously swelled and the shaft curved — with a liiiittle bit of flexibility for finessing even my picky G‑spot. The best part is the seamless silicone all over, allowing for more insertable length! That makes it a great A‑spot vibrator, too.
I never want to hear complaints again about silicone’s (lack of) softness. The OVO Silkskyn dual-density vibrators feature squishy foam under the silicone encasing.
Their shafts have flexible necks, as the Pillow Talk Sassy does, but some of them have delicious textures for an intense massage medley along my front wall. (My favorite is the Bumpy one!)
It reminds me of the Tantus Magma/Splash’s textures, combined with the Hot Octopuss Kurve’s squish, and a sub-$50 price tag. And the vibrations? Not bad. My G‑spot approves.
This dildo takes me to cervix heaven! Again, I know it’s a little spendy, but if you like girth, deep spot stimulation, and big bumps in your toys, this dildo does it all — while looking like art.
Top to bottom: Tantus Sport, Uberrime Praesto, Chrystalino Champ
Yep, another glass dil for those with a penchant for pressure! The Chrystalino Champ is hefty with a moderate 1.4″ girth and front-loaded head for G‑spotting and cervix massage. It would have been the perfect beginner dildo for my past self.
For those who want something slightly milder, the Sport is a glossy G‑spot dil in Tantus’s OG firm silicone. It’s super bulbous but has a little flexibility at the shaft, making it more yielding and possibly beginner-friendly for more people.
The Praesto offers a different kind of intensity: girthier but more squishy, and with a sharper but less protruding head. For those who want something semi-realistic, the Praesto is a fantastic fit at a pretty price.
Remember when We-Vibe and Womanizer merged into WOW-Tech? Yeah, well, they formed a child company: ROMP Toys. While some of their affordable goodies are just “meh,” the air pulse toys are slamming! I wouldn’t expect anything less from the people who innovated clitoral pressure waves.
The ROMP Switch’s battery cover is hard to remove, especially if you have short nails, but my complaints end there. It’s comparable to the Womanizers, sensation-wise. You just won’t have as many super intense speed options.
If you don’t want to deal with the battery change issues, get the rechargeable ROMP Free or Shine instead.
These dildos are representational, cheap, and body-safe, with a firm core and squishy outer layer. That combination isn’t super common — I usually associate it with the luxurious Vixen Creations dildos.
UPDATE: HUGE AFFORDABLE DILDOS
If you’re a long-time reader of my blog, chances are, you want something girthy. The great news: there are plenty of affordable options here!
Evolved Novelties’ Luminous Stud dildo measures 8.5″ insertable by 2″ maximum diameter. And it’s only $50! The Luminous Stud is comparable in size to the VixSkin Outlaw and only a little firmer.
Meanwhile Blush Novelties’ Neo Elite line has expanded beyond its usual price range to include some biiiiiiig dildo options, too:
6.25″ insertable length by 1.75″ diameter for $45
8A Shore density (a little firm and quite intense!)
The Addiction Roman is just another member (hah) of BMS Factory’s affordable realistic dildo line. As with all its siblings, the Roman dildo is body-safe silicone and an utter steal for the price.
It’s $27 online if you’re a Romantic Depot VIP, which is $15 per month to join. If you looove collecting sex toys, the savings with your VIP Club membership will certainly add up!
Blush Neo Elite & Neo Elite GLOW
Blush Neo Elite 7.5″ without balls and BMS Naked Addiction
These semi-realistic dildos come in bright AF colors, from pink to orange to green to blue, and a variety of sizes. I prefer my squishy dildos on the long side, so a sub-$35 dual-density dildo with 7″ insertable length is a big deal to me. If you care about girth, there are shape options you’ll like more.
Plus, they’ve expanded the line to include glow-in-the-dark dildos — at still-fantastic prices.
If you want a more fleshlike dual-density dildo, check out the BMS Naked Addiction line, which starts at $59.99. Its matte silicone has subtle textures for a realistic surface finish, and the veins actually… aren’t weirdly Hulk-like?
These dildos and plugs offer the same quality as Tantus’s other toys, but with minimal packaging and fewer color options.
Also, keep in mind that Tantus usually has a 25–50% flash sale every month.
I’m not too fond of the Avant Pride plugs’ bulky bases, but I have only good things to say about the Pride dildos. They’re on the soft side for gentle insertion and come in delightful color schemes.
Oooooh, the Super Soft option is delightfully squishy, conforming to your body instead of the other way. The forward tilt tickles your front wall, while the base is big but bendy. It also makes a fun vaginal plug to clench around!
You don’t have to break the bank to experience great orgasms! Some toys are only expensive because of their over-the-top marketing, but some of the best sex toys have the most generic packaging. Such is the case with many gadgets on this list.
You’re not spending much on the fancy box or the name — you’re getting what matters the most: the motor, the shape, the finish — nothing more and nothing less.