Ever since that Sex and the City episode, the Rabbit Vibrator is hailed as the holy grail. I could buy 10 different rabbit vibrators and probably only have 1 fit my anatomy properly. Burlesque Toy Shop and I looked through the options and chose what we thought might be contenders. Nothing short of true silicone would do.
All three seem to have passed the flame test; all three run on batteries and all three are admittedly a LOT smaller in size than I expected. The weirdness on the silicone next to the seams is also concerning to me. The motor is in the middle of the shaft, so your g-spot and clitoris receive the least amount of vibrations possible. You will get zero pressure, and pretty much feel nothing externally.
It has one simple button that has a very loud audible click, and 3 paltry settings. I cut open the vibe once I was done testing it, to see what was what. But combine the thick silicone skin, the ill-placed single motor, the empty space in the tip….
CalExotics Entice Belle This one is the tiniest of the three. There actually is a decent amount of surface-buzzy vibrations coming from the bunny ears but they feel entirely too pinpoint for my tastes. The shaft is …. You would be able to apply pressure to the clitoris with this one, unlike the Posh Double Dancer, but the rapidly vibrating little ears could still be annoying.
The noise level is quite tolerable for such a cheap vibrator. For as pinpoint as the Entice Belle bunny ears are, the clitoral stimulation from the Ohm Lotus Flutter is broad. The packaging of the Ohm Lotus Flutter is also the best of the three and it even comes with a decent storage bag. But none of this matters when the vibrations are so damn weak. The copy from the box reads: Do We Have a Winner? I personally dislike the thin shaft and the pointy bunny ears on the Entice Belle, but I know some people love to have those bunny ears split and surround their clitoris.
I might end up investigating this line, despite hearing lackluster reviews about the cock rings. Then again, nearly all of those types of rabbit vibes are porous or toxic. What do you think? Have you ever had an affordable, safe, rabbit-style vibrator?