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What is a Rabbit Vibrator?

Rabbit vibrators are so much fun; they’re like two toys in one, making them the perfect addition to any woman's toy chest. The term rabbit vibrator can be a bit of a misnomer, not all of these handy dual stimulators feature a bunny, some have a dolphin, a beaver, or even just a nub instead of the obligatory bunny. Whichever shape it takes it is a truly imaginative toy with impressive results. Designed to hit both the clitoris and G-spot at the same time a rabbit vibrator is also frequently referred to as a dual stimulator. It is made up of a long shaft that often rotates in conjunction with a vibrating bunny that sits at the base. When used properly the vibrating ears of the bunny flicker against the clitoris while the shaft rotates internally to stimulate the G-spot. Added functions like waterproof technology, rotating beads within the shaft, and pulsing or thrusting motions can make rabbit vibrators extra fun to play with.

History and Use

Rabbit vibrators are also known as Jack Rabbit vibrators, most likely because the first one designed and manufactured by California Exotic Novelties was called the "Original Jack Rabbit". However, it wasn't until 1998 when Vibratex's Rabbit Pearl was a feature player in an episode of HBO's Sex and the City that it reached real popularity. Just like the character Charlotte, women were finding that they couldn't get enough of this innovative toy and retailers couldn't keep it and ones like it in stock.

As technology has evolved the rabbit vibe has evolved along with it. Materials like silicone are popular for sex toys because it is non porous, so it is easy to clean and discourages the growth of bacteria. Plus it's naturally hypoallergenic so it won't irritate sensitive skin like latex materials can. It does however need to be used with a water-based lubricant in order to maintain its integrity. Other materials PVC are sometimes used, but is porous and cannot be sterilized so it's not good for any anal play. Other technologies like waterproof casings make the rabbit vibe easy to enjoy in the bath or shower, while rotating beads inside the shaft can make it feel extra stimulating.

Care

A rabbit vibrator isn't any more difficult to care for than a regular vibrator. It should be cleaned prior to first use, then after each and every use. They clean up well with soap and warm water and should be left to air dry. The slightly larger size may mean that they take up more room in a drawer or chest, but the amazing sensations it delivers will be well worth it.

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