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May is the height of springtime, when the flowers are in full bloom and the summer sun is just starting to wake from its winter slumber. May is also International Masturbation Month, which is fitting, given spring’s human-history-spanning association with getting it on. This month, tons of our favorite sex-toy-makers are taking advantage of the ambient eroticism floating in the air and offering deals on sex toys and sex toy accessories.

It can be tough to find the deals that are real deals though, so we’ve sifted through them to bring you the very best sex toy deals—on ones we have personally tested, vetted, and wholeheartedly recommend. Be sure to check out our other sex toy coverage for more recommendations on the Best Sex Toys, the Best Vibrators, the Best Clitoral Suction Toys, and the Best Lubes.

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Lovehoney Rose Clitoral Suction Stimulator

Lovehoney Rose Suction Toy

Photograph: Lovehoney

The Rose is a great design for a suction toy. Lovehoney’s version provides robust, targeted stimulation to the clitoris, nipples, or frenulum. The shape makes it easy to use on yourself from a variety of positions and it can be easily maneuvered by just your fingertips. The broad size of its mouth area also makes it easy to modulate the intensity of the stimulation by rocking it forward or back, creating more or less distance between you and the toy.

This is an absolute steal. Le Wand makes some of the best wand vibrators on the market, and they’re typically priced pretty high because of that. This one comes decked out with art from illustrator Kelly Malka and still features everything we love about Le Wand vibrators. We recently reviewed the Die Cast version (8/10 WIRED Recommends) and came away very impressed.

Sometimes you need a plain, no frills, no vibration dildo. Lovehoney’s Liquid Silicone options are colorful, adorable, and shy away from the veiny anatomical intensity you often see on dildos. This smooth little guy is a modest width and is 6 inches long. It even has a flared base so it’s safe for butt stuff, and it fits into just about any strap harness.

Lelo Hugo remote controlled prostate massager on rocks

Lelo Hugo

Photograph: Lelo

Lelo’s Hugo butt plug isn’t the most beginner-friendly—it’s a little big if you’re fully new to butt stuff and about two to three fingers wide. But if you’re a little versed, it’s a great addition to any bedside drawer. It stays in place easily, and its vibration motor provides very targeted stimulation to the P-spot if you have one. It also comes with a remote control, which I always appreciate for any toy designed to stay in place. This one has been a mainstay of our Best Sex Tech guide for about four years now and for good reason.

Strokers take themselves too seriously sometimes. These from Lovehoney have different textures and bumpy bits and come in bright fun colors. Plus, because they’re the smaller open-ended style of stroker, they lend themselves well to being a part of a whole suite of simultaneous phallic stimulation. They’re also stretchy, but default to a reasonable width so they’re fully functional for various phallus shapes and sizes.

Lelo’s Dot is an interesting little vibrator. It’s a targeted vibrator, with a point about as wide as a felt-tip marker. The tapered tip directs its vibrations to a single point, creating intense and often overwhelming stimulation to any small erogenous zone. It’s a fun toy to use with a partner and very different if you’re looking for a unique addition to your bedside drawer. So getting one for free with a big purchase is a nice bonus, especially since it’s not cheap itself.

Lelo Sila Cruise

Lelo Sila

Photograph: Amazon

Lelo’s Sila suction toy is one of our favorites, and this deal includes the Sila and one of Lelo’s other vibrators, the Gigi 2, for an overall discounted price. The Sila is a compact suction toy that’s less intense overall than some of the other suction toys we’ve tested, but according to WIRED writer Louryn Strampe, the gentle stimulation helps build to a satisfying, full-body climax. The Gigi 2 on the other hand is a relatively simple-looking internal vibrator, but its shape is specially designed to reach the internal structures of the clitoris (the G-spot). The little bump on the end of it does a great job of channeling the vibrations directly where they need to go, and the buttons on the other end are positioned in such a way that they’re easy to use without looking.

Lelo’s Hex condoms are a million times better than your average gas station prophylactic. They slip on with ease and the little hex design provides enough texture to be interesting for both parties. Whether you have it on a partner’s genitals or a sex toy, the little hex texture provides a nice bit of extra internal stimulation, while avoiding the “doctor’s exam glove” feeling that you can get from cheaper condoms.

Lelo’s Enigma Cruise is a two-in-one suction toy and internal vibrator. The suction portion fits snugly against your clitoris and provides the deep stimulation and suction sensation you get from Lelo’s Sona 2 Cruise. The internal portion houses a powerful vibration motor that produces deep, rumbly vibrations that travel deep to the internal structures of the clitoris. Used together, the Enigma can help you build a satisfying, intense, full-body orgasm in a way that few other 2-in-1 toys can.