How to Use a Rabbit Vibrator

Rabbit vibrators were shot into the lime light and became one of the most popular global sex toys after the Sex and the City episode where Miranda Hobbs stated that she had found ‘The One’ – A rabbit vibrator. They were originally called rabbit vibrators because manufacturers in Japan stuck an animal face on them to get around manufacturer restrictions. They created numerous different types including dolphins, butterflies, and even turtles. However the Rabbit styled ones became the most popular.

How does a rabbit vibrator work?

Rabbit vibrators comprise of two main parts. Firstly the ears that are designed for clitoral stimulation. Original rabbit vibrators feature two bunny ears that are designed to massage the clitoris. Newer models may only have one big ear designed to do the same job. Rabbits also feature a long shaft designed for internal stimulation. Some of the shafts, like the Jessica Rabbit Original features pearly beads that rotate inside the user. Other versions of rabbit vibrators may just have a bullet in it, causing powerful vibrations to travel internally through the user. Rabbit vibrators these days also feature curved shafts that are designed to apply additional pressure to the G-Spot, an incredibly sensitive area on the upper wall in the vagina.

How do you use a rabbit vibrator?

Rabbit vibrators are extremely easy to use, and once you know how to it will be a piece of cake! We always recommend to always clean your vibrators before and after use, so once you receive your rabbit, start off by giving it a good old fashioned clean. Now you have cleaned it, start off by working your way through the different speeds and functions, finding you that you think will suit you the best, whilst also getting a grip with the controls, how hard you have to push them and where they are located. Once you have become an expert of the controls, start by getting yourself in the mood. Some people like to dim the lights and play some music.

Once you have created a nice setting start to use the rabbit vibrator to massage your erogenous zones like your nipples, inner thigh, before working your way up to your vulva. Apply some lubricant to the vibrator and yourself, and then gently insert the rabbit shaft into your vagina. Start off with a light, slow setting, and then gradually work your way up to a higher, faster one, before landing in orgasmic bliss!

If it is your first time using a rabbit vibrator you will more than likely orgasm very quickly, so when you next use it try a bit more build up play. Try using it for internal stimulation by itself, and then move on to clitoral stimulation. Finally dive into the wondrous dual stimulation and try and achieve the blended orgasm that rabbit vibrators have become so well known for!

Rabbit vibrators aren’t just for solo masturbation, they can also be a great addition to the bedroom with your partner. Use the rabbit vibrator vaginally, whilst your partner enters you anally for some dual penetration fun. Alternatively, let you partner use the rabbit vibrator on you during foreplay.

What is the best rabbit vibrator?

Like the sound of a rabbit vibrator? Not sure which one to buy? Well rabbit vibrators have been some of our best selling sex toys since we started, so take a look at our specifically designed guide to help you choose the best rabbit vibrator! You can see our guide to the best rabbit vibrators here.

How do you clean a rabbit vibrator?

Rabbit vibrators are very easy to clean, and you can do so with some warm water, or specifically designed sex toy cleaner. Remember to always clean your vibrator before and after use, and to also store in a cool dry space.

Like the idea of a vibrator, but not quite sure if a rabbit is the right one for you? Take a look at our complete guide to vibrators here, to help you choose the best type of vibrator for you or your partner.

If you have any more questions on how to use a rabbit vibrator feel free to contact us and one of our product experts will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.