The Best Rabbit Vibrators:
My Personal Favorites
Written by: Angela Watson | Updated: January 2nd, 2019
Whenever I reach for one of my rabbit vibrators it's because I want something that can cover as many bases as possible when I'm servicing myself.
The ability to have great penetrative masturbation while also ensuring your clit is taken care of is the real forte of rabbit vibrator. But, not all of them are worth the time.
This article is just a few that I've purchased and then managed to stay in my rotation, although I'm sure this list will be subject to change over time.
I'm also going to touch on rabbit vibrators in general as a means of spreading information about the toy.
Different women need different types of stimulation to reach orgasm, so finding out which works best for you or even if you need a combination of two is made simple if you grab a rabbit vibrator.
What Is A Rabbit Vibrator?
Everybody knows the name, but not everybody really knows why its called a rabbit vibrator. Allegedly, they were at one point marketed in countries with strict modesty laws, and were passed off as a device that slightly resembles a rabbit if you look at it the right way. I'd like to think someone actually sat down and thought about adding clitoral stimulation to the vibrator, but what's a good name without a dubious legend behind it?
They're different from traditional vibrators or bullet vibrators. An easy way to spot a rabbit vibrator is to look for a vaginal arm and a clitoral arm, that's really all there is to it.
Here is a clip from season 1 of Sex and the City episode that aired back in 1998, it's actually the first time I'd heard of a rabbit vibrator.
My Favorite Rabbit Vibrators
#1 - The Lovense Nora
The Lovense Nora really holds a soft spot in my heart, I might be biased because I use it a lot in long distance sex with my husband, but I always remember how surprised I was when it was very usable as a solo toy as well.
I like this rabbit vibrator for several reasons:
- The long distance capabilities allow you to control the vibrator via app either by yourself or by a partner remotely.
- The clitoral arm extends nicely and covers a lot of surface area, meaning it is more likely to fit the widest range of people.
- The grooves and bumps in the vaginal arm are very strategically placed and make for a great experience.
The Lovense Nora is the sister to the Lovense Max which my husband owns and sync up quite nicely, making his business trips a little easier to stomach. It's all done through the Lovense app which you can also save some custom vibration patterns on.
#2 - The Lelo Soraya
I often grab this one because of how easy it is to use for longer periods of time, the cutout handle does fantastically.
The Lelo Soraya rabbit vibrator is one of my favorites for a few different reasons:
- The motor of the clitoral vibrator is very powerful and moves semi freely, I like the difference in sensation compared to completely fixed clitoral arms
- It's very quiet, perfect when discretion is needed
- The cutout handle makes for some interesting new positions I couldn't try before, as well as taking some strain off of my hands.
This rabbit vibrator feels absolutely amazing and I imagine girls who need a specific kind of clitoral stimulation to climax will like this toy more than others. While the clitoral arm may not be form-fitted, it has enough oomph in it to relay some great vibrations.
#3 - The We-Vibe Nova
The We-Vibe Nova is a rabbit vibrator that seeks to solve one issue present with most rabbit vibrators: feeling the clitoral arm when only 2-3 inches of the toy are inserted.
If you'll notice by the picture, the clitoral arm is absolutely massive on the device, it could even be a standalone thing with all the size behind it. It is extremely flexible and bends to fit to the clitoris regardless of how much of the device is inserted, once you get past the main bulb there's clitoral stimulation aplenty.
If being able to be pinpoint with your clitoral stimulation, the Nova isn't the toy for the job, it's rather forward about how it gets the job done.
That's not to say you can't tailor both arms to fit your specific needs, as there is an app provided by We-Vibe to strike the right balance.
Truly, I'd say I'm really into rabbit vibrators that try and break the mold and be innovative, it's way better than companies releasing lackluster impersonations of 2-3 products I already have.
#4 - The Lelo Ina Wave
The Lelo Ina Wave's claim to fame in the rabbit vibrator world is its ability to make the vaginal arm wave upwards in a "come hither" motion.
It delivers some notable improvement in g-spot stimulation compared to most other rabbit vibrators, and the clitoris vibrator is long and wide which means most women will be able to actually make use of it.
I'm also happy to say its made from body-safe materials, just don't use any silicone based lubricants with the Ina Wave as it is made from 100% medical grade silicone.
Its very bulbous at the end and is somewhere in the beginner-intermediate range, it's a great choice for those who want a rabbit vibrator with a bit more going for it than most.
How Do They Work?
A rabbit vibrator functions exactly like a normal vibrator, except it is noted for the inclusion of a second second arm v that's meant to tickle the clitoris to add another dimension to using a vibrator. Here's a video that illustrates how rabbit vibrators work:
Reasons Why I Love Dual Vibrators
Rabbit vibrators are, at least for me, one of the quickest ways to use a vibrator and end up with a jaw-dropping orgasm.
Any of the rabbit vibrators I've purchased in the last two years or so are huge improvements on what I used back when I was a teenager. Now everything is silicone and just needs a bit of lube if necessary and they're all curved in their own special way meant specifically to complement female anatomy.
Based on my experiences, there's a few things I can feel with a rabbit vibrator that I can't get close to during sex with a partner.
Now I'm not knocking the quality of my sex life, my husband and I do fantastically for each other. That being said, I can't twist my husband around and he isn't purposefully shaped to be a near perfect fit to my insides.
The fact that it enables myself and others to include the often neglected clitoris with the ability to fine-tune both arms to best suit the individual, it really shows that sex toys are getting pretty high brow. How long before a Black Mirror episode involving a smart dildo?
If I had to explain how I feel about rabbits with one phrase, I'd say they're a vibrator with street smarts.
How To Use a Rabbit Vibrator
While you can easily get by using a rabbit vibrator the same way you use a traditional vibration, you should always leverage your toy's strengths and push the limits to see just what it can provide for you. Here's a few tips that made my masturbation experiences a bit more memorable:
Tip#1 - Use Enough Lube
I am guilty of occasionally foregoing this step, but when I do I always make up for it by warming myself up properly beforehand. While even if you understand you should use lube and think it'll just be a minor inconvenience, it can really disturb the pH for a lot of ladies which can lead to urinary tract infections or general discomfort. You should always be maintaining your reproductive system with the amount of care it deserves.
Everyone knows that no vibrator will replicate the intimacy, feel, and human dynamic behind physical sex. When you're using a vibrator, it is worth remembering the body wasn't designed with silicone in mind. Many people I've spoken to report vagina discomfort after a poorly planned session. When the vagina is at rest it isn't particularly accommodating, so lube helps to bridge that gap.
Tip#2 - Find Your Sweet Spot
It took me a little while after I bought my first rabbit vibrator to figure out what worked best for me but I've now become quite proficient with my personal oomph factor. You should take advantage of the increase flexibility and maneuverability using a vibrator gives you, don't just think about movements analogous to sex. There's a much wider array of potential positions that will apply pressure to sweet spots.
Another big step for most women is taking the time to figure out which ratio of vaginal to clitoral stimulation works best for them. Regardless of what you think you like best mentally, always play around with the vibrator while its in use and listen to what your body is telling you, you might find out something about yourself you didn't know before.
Hopefully you found this article helpful if you're in the market for a new rabbit vibrator. If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment down below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.
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