• My first rabbit vibrator - Advice needed!

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    Arienai [sign in to see picture]
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    Hi, I'm fairly new to the world of sex toys and I wanted to get myself a rabbit vibrator. I've never been too good at masturbating with my hands, even with a bullet vibrator, although it feels very nice, I couldn't achieve any orgasm by myself, so I was looking for something more "complete" :)

    I was going for the Jessica Rabbit 2.0 http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=14099

    Would you recommend it for a newbie?

    I read that it's quite loud, I live with my family but I think I'd only use it while alone in the house (is it still that loud while used underwater/in the shower?), my only fear with the noise is for it to be loud enough to draw all my focus away from the pleasure.

    I'll add a little question: will a rabbit vibrator stay "in place" if I move my hands away from it?

    I'm open to alternatives, advices are very welcome! :D

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    Nymeria [sign in to see picture]
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    My perfect combination is the use of a vibrating love egg for clitoral stimulation (my favourite which is the Basic Love egg at a mere £6.99!) and a glass dildo. I've tried rabbit vibrators but to be honest they're never quite the shape or angle I want. There's less flexibility involved. The rotating beads I find quite useless, personally as it's loud and I don't get much stimulation from internal vibrations.

    For a first rabbit vibrator though, I'd suggest looking at the measurements. You may prefer the slim-line or G-spot one.

    As for staying in place- it purely depends on things like how erm wet you are, your position and how well your kegel skills are lol. You either get the perfect "fit" and it can remain there or you won't. But that's the same with any internal vibe. From personal experience I've found dildos/vibes that have a bigger or flatter base to hold better without hands - with the rabbit though I had to hold in place and apply pressure, especially to get the stimulation from the ears.

    If you want to try in the shower and/or hands free you may want to look at suction cup based toys. I'd just advise to experiment. You'll get a feel of what you prefer. Good luck and let us know how you get on!

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    al4pleasure [sign in to see picture]
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    If you are worried about the noise, try a Royal Swan, it is a little more expensive than the one you linked to but it is a quality product, waterproof, and more importantly very quiet. Despite being quiet it offers some of the most powerful vibrations you could require. I bought one for my partner and she almost took off when we used it. It is better used with some lube as it is silicon based, even if you are young (and forgive me) produce ample lubrication of you own. As with any toy you will need to experiment with pposition to get the most but you will not be dissappointed.

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    Laveila [sign in to see picture]
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    Been looking at those for ages, but alas, they are just way tooo expensive for me. I do have luxury toys, but those are bought with discount or sale, so I never paid over 55 or 60 per toy. Plus I fear only the Silver would fit my size bills. I recently got dildo of 5.1 inches in circumference and it does take time to get warm up for it. I have the Zini Zook, but that does not rotate.

    As for rabbit, I guess you can try to hide the noise under the blanket or by playing music.

    As for if I would recommend it. Check the size. For me it would be too big. I would need the slimline version. I know that 5inches in circumference is all I can manage in a toy. Above that, it is just too big. So would not be for me.

    Apart from that, it is highly rated toy. OF course some people do not enjoy it, but this can be said about any toy, as everyone is just different. If size is ok, I would say it is good introduction to rabbits.

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    cheer_up [sign in to see picture]
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    Hiya Arienai

    The Jessica Rabbit 2.0 was actually my first rabbit too - high-five!

    It is a noisy toy, but nothing that can't be muffled under a blanket, with music playing. I had it in uni walls, where the walls were like paper, and none of my flatmates ever complained (though we barely ever spoke, so I don't know if they ever heard anything). The beads clicking in the shaft does make the toy considerably louder, but they never did anything for me so I always left them switched off anyway..

    It's a very decent toy, but I admit that it doesn't actually get much use now, because it is far too big for me to take without being, er, warmed up, and also because the angle of the ears were wrong for my anatomy. Plus I now own a Lelo Gigi, which is much quieter and I find the vibrations more pleasurable.

    To answer your question, it always stayed in me when I took my hands away, but it shifted so the rabbit ears moved out of the right place, but again that could just be how I am down there.

    However, I don't regret Jessica being my first (oo-err!). It is really good, and I've had some good times with that girl But if you are willing to splash a little more cash, I would say it's worth it, just because the quieter toys tend to be the more expensive ones, and for the peace of mind of not being caught, it might be worth it. I've never, EVER used my Jessica at home, even with music on.

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    Blueeyes82 [sign in to see picture]
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    G-spot rabbit is brilliant! I ordered one when it was on the deal of the day, for £20, rather than the £39 and bloody glad I did.

    It's not as strong as other rabbits, I've had the original rabbit and then one that was called a platinum, the gspot one is my 3rd. I've always had problems with cumming via my gspot up there, rarely evered O'd from it. However, within 5 mins of owning this http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=22189 I actually came and it was amazing.

    It's not as loud as other rabbits and for a first, it's a great intro

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    katmiaow [sign in to see picture]
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    i ordered the jessica rabbit 2.0 and it was too rough on my clit- those rabbit ears were too much to take so i swapped it for the gspot one which is still very powerful.

    the gspot one is really great as although it's slimline the gspot tip provides amazing stimulation.

    and also it's not that loud.

    as for the rabbit staying in place- it might do if you put a pillow or cushion between your legs to sort of wedge it in- otherwise i guess it would all depend on your muscle control. i don't think i could hold a rabbit in place- as soon as i got close to orgasm it would fly across the room!

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    Blueeyes82 [sign in to see picture]
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    lol same here katmiaow lol

    I agree with your gspot opinion too x

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