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    Kitkat_ [sign in to see picture]
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    Hi, I am looking to buy my first ever rabbit vibe, I have never really been into vibrators too much but lately I have found myself going back to my small cheap vibe more often.


    Things I want/need are:

    USB rechargeable

    Fairly quiet (I live with my family and it can be difficult to get the house to myself)

    Ideally still quite strong

    Preferably around 5 inches in length

    I would like a few speeds and patterns, being able to control the shaft and the rabbit seperately would be a plus but not nessicary



    I don't mind spending up to around maybe £80-90 for a decent rabbit, but something around the £50-60 area would be better if possible.

    So does anyone have and suggestions to what they think might fit my bill?

    Thanks :D

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    From what I've heard about them, the Happy Rabbits would qualify for most if not all your requirements. Sorry, but I'm not a rabbit-girl myself (yet).

    Did you try looking around in the webshop?
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    I know this is out of you range but i loved the LELO ina wave

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=32633

    But in your price range, i would say this LH G-spot one

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=29418

    i wouldn't bother with anything that isn't silicone, you'd be best off sticking with a silicone material

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    IF you can stretch the ££££ then i would highly recommend the We-Vibe NOVA, it's odd looking but worth the pennies

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    Tracy cox supersex recharable rabbit would be my recommendation, but not separate controls in shady and rabbit.

    I can also highly recommend tfe,Happy Rabbit II

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    I don't have a rabbit, but what I can tell you is search the Internet for LoveHoney code and then you could get a luxury model for a lot cheaper..

    Or this one is £59 the Lovehoney desire rabbit http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=33302

    I have the wand in that line. I don't know if the shaft moves separate from the ears but it does have gorgeous silicone. And it's USB rechargeable d comes with the storage box.. Watch the presentation..

    Good luck, happy wabbit hunting Elmer Fudd 😜

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    Blueeyes82 wrote:

    IF you can stretch the ££££ then i would highly recommend the We-Vibe NOVA, it's odd looking but worth the pennies

    +1 it's worth every penny!
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    Which circumference are you comfortable with? The Happy Rabbits are big! Not particularly quiet, either. But powerful... Btw, are you looking for a vibrating or a rotating shaft?

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    I love my happy rabbit 2 G spot. It's powerful. Quiet on the lower settings. Has the vibrations in the rabbit and the shaft. Patterns just in the shaft. It's USB Rechargeable. Waterproof for Bath and shower fun. It's an awesome purple. Silicone and about 5 inches in length. Although it is quite wide. With a discount and oh points I got it for £35! Normally £49.99

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    The happy rabbit is part of an email offer (free when you spend £40). I'm considering buying it now. Maybe this ca. Help you make a decision on a rabbit.

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    Would you guys say it is worth it? http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=29419

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    mamz wrote:

    The happy rabbit is part of an email offer (free when you spend £40). I'm considering buying it now. Maybe this ca. Help you make a decision on a rabbit.

    I am very much considering that offer too!!!
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    I'm gutted placed another order last night just before that offer lol. Nevermind. Would have liked the regular happy rabbit 2 too. Greedy right!! 😀

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    I'd recommend the Tracy cox supersex rabbit or the Charlize (although the clitoral arm is a bit week). I'd love to try the desire rabbit and the oh mi bod snuggle - they look great!

    Lovehoney should publish one of those 'Which?' guides that you see advertised on TV - imagine the ad for Which Sex Toy? when they're interviewing people in shopping malls!😀

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    Thanks everyone, am thinking of giving the Lovehoney Desire Luxury rabbit a try. Won't be buying just yet so if anyone else wants to add opinions it would still be appreciated :)

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    era wrote:

    mamz wrote:

    The happy rabbit is part of an email offer (free when you spend £40). I'm considering buying it now. Maybe this ca. Help you make a decision on a rabbit.

    I am very much considering that offer too!!!

    mamz, I caved. Did you?

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    Not yet, i'm still deciding on what to get with it. I'm waiting my bf to come back from work so he helps me choose :P I don't even need a rabbit I already have one (but made out of rubber and with a rotating shaft, not vibrating) but I was considering bying this brand when this one is too old, so aarrgg it's si hard to resist (I won't resist haha)

    I'm debating whether to get this dildo:
    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=32692
    But it looks thin

    Or this with some storage bags:
    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=33878

    Or maube i'll end up with something else, eho knows. Hard decisions

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    mamz [sign in to see picture]
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    What did you get with it era?

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    era wrote:

    era wrote:

    mamz wrote:

    The happy rabbit is part of an email offer (free when you spend £40). I'm considering buying it now. Maybe this ca. Help you make a decision on a rabbit.

    I am very much considering that offer too!!!

    mamz, I caved. Did you?

    My happy rabbit is on it's way to me too. I've never had a rabbit before and have looked at a few but couldn't decide which one was best to get. This offer was just too tempting to resist and combined with that there was a couple of pieces of lingerie that I've had on my wishlist for a while and one of them was being discontinued so I just had to go for it. Hope you both enjoy your rabbits when they arrive x
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    mamz wrote:

    What did you get with it era?

    I got the 3 for £50 offer and had some additional freebies too with those choices. I made a very good deal out of it, might as well, as I am very unsure if I will or not like a rabbit myself. I only attempted the "rabbit route" once, a few years back, and hated it quite a lot. But I was very much thinking this Happy Rabbit should be my new "first attempt" at it again, so getting it as a freebie was too good to refuse.

    Sorry for the late reply. You still have half an hour for it! :)

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