Cute Rabbit, Toy of the Month

Toy of the Month October: Cute Rabbit

This months toy of the month is one you might have seen before, in fact we gave one away last month because it seemed like just the thing for International Rabbit Day.

That’s right it’s the Cute Rabbit Silicone Vibrator! It’s a perfect starter toy wrapped up in adorable body safe silicone packaging.

From Emmeline Peaches Review

If you’ve never had a sex toy before or you’re new to them and you want to try a rabbit vibe then my advice is to ditch the huge, spinny, girthy, expensive ones found in many a sex toy and to invest £36 in this little jack of all trades instead. It may not end up being your perfect vibrator but it will provide almost everything you need to figure out what you do and don’t like in a vibrator, and that’s very rare.

Do you like G-Spot stimulation? Clitoral? Both? What speeds and patterns work best for you? This little rabbit is a great way to experiment with what works for you and you are almost guaranteed to find something you like!

It’s our Spring Giveaway: Find out more about the History of The Rabbit and Win your own!

It’s our Spring Giveaway: Find out more about the History of The Rabbit and Win your own!

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It’s time to put some spring in your step and what could be better than one of our fantastic Jessica Rabbit Vibrators.

The Rabbit was a revelation and has been described as “one of the most visible contemporary signs of active female sexuality”. It was the first toy which delivered simultaneous internal and clitoral pleasure and a marked improvement on the medical looking cylindrical types or ‘realistic’ models that were popular at the time.

Why a Rabbit?

You might have wondered why the rabbit the mascot of sexual pleasure, maybe you thought it had something to do with the phrase ‘at it like rabbits’ and rabbits fabled fecundity. The truth is rather different. The original Rabbit vibrators were made in Japan – but Japanese culture frowned upon ‘realistic’ vibrators, so manufacturers made them in cutesy animal shapes and bright, fun colours.

So how come we ended up with the rabbit rather than the kitten or the pony?

Before the rabbit there really were a variety of weird and wonderful animal vibes including the beaver, the kangaroo and the turtle. The rabbit was partly chosen because rabbits are considered a lucky animal in Japan.

However, rabbits also had one winning advantage. The special way the rabbit ears stimulate the sides of the clitoris, where most women experience most clitoral pleasure, rather than directly on it, which often can feel  too intense to be pleasurable. Add to this the massaging sensation of the beads, which stimulate the most sensitive area inside and POW! – many women experience an amazing ‘blended orgasm’.

Sh! named the ‘Jessica’ Rabbit

In 1992, long before Rampant or Jack hopped into the world and before the Vibratex rabbit was known in the UK, we discovered a rabbit vibrator gathering dust on a back shelf of a sex toy warehouse.  It was called ‘Roger Rabbit’ ( in true sex-industry double entendre!) but we renamed it ‘Jessica Rabbit’ and started telling the women of the UK about this amazing double stimulation vibe – Sh!’s Jessica Rabbit has been featured in hundreds of women’s magazines and TV shows.

The Rabbit had already developed a cult following by the time it appeared on Sex and the City in 1998. The Sex and the City producers visited a sex shop in New York to find out which was the best-selling vibrator of the time – the Rabbit Pearl was the runaway favourite, and it featured in one of the most popular episodes of the series. The particular genius was having Charlotte being the one to stay home with her rabbit rather than go out for cocktails. That was a real permission-giving moment, enabling all women, even the shy, romantic or slightly prudish ones who’d say, ‘I’m SO a Charlotte’, to feel fine about buying a sex toy. The Rabbit had gone mainstream!

Still not everyone was a fan, in 2008, the Attorney General of Alabama announced he was going to enforce a sex toy ban across the entire state – yikes! He believed it was immoral to use a sex toy, and he suggested that anyone caught should be arrested. In response, thousands of women began mailing their vibrators to the Attorney General’s office, and the bid to ban the Rabbit faded into obscurity.

In fact the rabbit has gone from strength to strength. It’s estimated that  over five million dual-action vibrators are sold every year. Which makes it the best selling vibrator of all time!

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If you still want to find out some more about our springtime friend read our blogs on how to choose a rabbit and how to make the most out of your rabbit.

 

Rabbit Vibrator Tips, Tricks and New Ways to Use..

Rabbit Vibrator Tips and Tricks

Want to get even more out of bunny play? Read our tips and tricks and discover different ways to use your rabbit vibrator…

 • Slick your Rabbit with lube

Lube enhances all rabbit play...
Lube enhances all rabbit play…

Playing with a rabbit should never be  a drag, so before you even start to play, coat it in a generous squirt of water-based lube.

Many rabbits are made of elastomer, which is slightly porous, so it will absorb some of your natural juices.

Lubricant, ensures glide is enhanced and all the different sensations your bunny delivers are deliciously heightened…


• Take a full tour…

There’s no right or wrong way how to use a rabbit vibe but you will get the most out of it , if you explore all the different settings.

The longer the build-up, the better the orgasm. If here’s one complaint about them we’ve heard from women, it’s that they can actually be too efficient!  Take a full tour of everything your bunny can offer and let it tease and tantalize you, rather than going straight  for the Big O…


• Hold your rabbit vibrator real tight!

If you grip your bunny vibrator firmly in your hand, you will lose less of the rotation externally and the full arc of the twist will stimulate you inside.


• Let bunny vibrator wander…

Treat your rabbit vibrator as a massage tool rather than just a puss-pleaser.  Remember that stimulating erogenous zones, other than your clitoris, can build the excitement….

You maybe one of the 29% of women ( according to a study in Men’s Health Magazine’ ) that can experience nipple orgasm.  So use those bunny ears to tease and tickle your twin peaks and don’t forget stomach, thighs and all your other super-responsive places too…


• Invite your Rabbit to a threesome…

They are not just for solo play, so introduce your partner to your rabbit and let them take control. With your lover pushing the buttons, you will be taken on quite a different journey. Lie back and enjoy the magical mystery tour of sensations, whilst  your lover enjoys the show!

Discover a whole different experience, playing with your lover and a bllindfold...
Discover a whole different experience, playing with your lover and a bllindfold…

…Or reverse roles and introduce your bunny to your lover.

Cover your bunny in a condom and let it tease its way into their affections…

Playing with a blindfold  will heighten the thrills even more Worn by whoever’s getting bunny-attention,  it concentrates the mind on sensations and heightens excitement as being denied of sight means you won’t be able to anticipate where, or how, the next pleasurable sensation will be delivered.


• Find a friend to play with your rabbit…

Invite a dildo  to pleasure you anally, whilst your rabbit works its magic on your clitoris and vagina.

Add an anal dildo and explore double pentration
Add an anal dildo and explore double pentration

For first explorers of double penetration, starting out with a small anal dildo , whilst receiving the double-whammy sensations of clitoral stimulation and vaginal massage so beloved of rabbits-fans, is a great way to build confidence into double penetration sex play.

For experienced players, inviting your man or strapped-on lover to pleasure your backdoor, whilst your bunny takes good care of your front, can deliver all-encompassing stimulation and filled-to-the-brim sensations, like no other.


 

• Squeeze her!

What better way to exercise the PC Muscle? Squeeze against the shaft to give yourself a super-pleasurable workout. If your rabbit has beads or pearls in the shaft, your goal is to squeeze so hard they stop rotating.

Flexing you PC Muscle is key to multiple orgasm,  G-Spot Orgasm, female ejaculation & learning how to squirt  so there’s every reason to get get fit!


• Ps – Press Her!

Did you know that beneath your perineum, the super-sensitive strip of skin that runs between your vaginal entrance and anus,  contains the PS-Spot? ( yes, we know,  another spot!)

PS-Spot stands for Perineal sponge and it’s an area of erectile tissue, just like your clitoris or G-Spot, which swells with blood and becomes responsive, you’re excited/it’s stimulated.  Like every other ‘spot’ how you react differs from woman to woman. Some can orgasm through PS stim alone,  for others, it intensifies the feelings of other types of stimulation or makes orgasm feel longer, stronger or easier. Others still, don’t really feel much…

As part of your rabbit-exploration, press the bullet portion or tickling ears of you rabbit’s clitoral stimulator against your penniueum, or use the rotating beads to massage the area, and see how you respond…


• Let your rabbit  vibrator in the back-door…

Cover your rabbit  vibrator with a condom and let it roam the nether regions.

You may find that enjoying your vibrator anally indirectly stimulates your G-Spot.

On a male partner the bunny “head” can nicely find HIS G-Spot, aka the Prostate Gland, while the bunny ears can tickle his perineum.


 

Q&A

Q&A: I’ve only had an orgasm once in my life: what toys should I try to change this?

All Names Have Been Changed for the Purposes of Anonymity

Hi,

I’d like to ask for your help in a serious matter: I’ve been married for 20 years and have only ever had one orgasm when I was much younger. I’m desperate to put things right and think that I need help by buying a vibrator and any books on the subject that might help me. I had one once before but didn’t get on well with it, it was noisy and although pleasant never helped me reach orgasm. I might need something like the Lelo Ina but I was really hoping to get some advice!

Many thanks

Anna

Hi Anna,

Thanks for getting in touch!

First of all, we’d like to say that this is a very common question. We meet so many (so many!) women who find it near-impossible to have an orgasm. 

For a woman, having an orgasm is very much a learned thing. It involves the whole woman, body & mind. We recommend taking some “me-time”, learning how to have an orgasm is easier done without a partner present.

Clitoral Pleasure GelYou need to be properly aroused – a sexy book or dvd can help get the juices flowing. And talking about juices – a good bottle of lube is essential. Lube makes everything nice and slick, and heightens sensitivity. A clitoral enhancer can make also make a huge difference – this gel increase blood flow to your bits, plumping everything up.

Next on the tick-list for orgasmic pleasures are vibrators. Vibes oscillate at around 200 oscillations per minute, and this prolonged stimulation can work wonders when it comes to  tipping a woman over the orgasmic edge.

Lelo do produce some fantastic and beautiful products, like Ina. Lelo Ina is a rabbit-style vibrator, which means there is a shaft for internal pleasure and an extra “prong” for clitoral stimulation. For a first time buyer, we might suggest starting of with something a bit more purse-friendly, like our popular Jessica Rabbit vibrator. That way, you can find out if vibrators are for you without spending £££. 

If you live in or around London, you may be able to visit our shop in person? This can sometimes make the process of choosing a toy a little easier – you’re able to test the different type of vibrations.

Additionally, having good control of the pc muscle can help – learn more about kegel exercises here.

We really hope this helps the start of your sexual journey!

If you have any further questions or queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Love Team Sh! Xxx

10-Things-You-Didn't Know-About-the-Rabbit-Vibrator

10 Facts You May Not Know About the Rabbit Vibrator

Over the past two decades, the Rabbit has soared to the top of every sex toy wish-list, with millions of women (and men!) all over the world experiencing the intense sensations these vibrating toys deliver.

But how well do you actually know your Rabbit? Read our Rabbit facts to find out…

1.The Rabbit was one of the first dual-action vibrators…and the first to address real women’s pleasure.

US sex toy company Vibratex was the first company to introduce these now famous toys, which deliver simultaneous internal and clitoral pleasure. Before this, the vast majority of vibrators on the market purely internal – either medical-looking cylindrical types or ‘realistic ‘ ones shaped like penises.  There were precious few designed for clitoral pleasure and none for dual pleasure! In other words, with 80% of women requiring clitoral stimulation to orgasm, vibrator manufacturers really weren’t concerning themselves with real women’s pleasure…

2. Japan is the Birthplace of the Rabbit…

The first ever Rabbit vibrators were made in Japan – but Japanese culture frowned upon ‘realistic’ vibrators, so manufacturers made them in cutesy animal shapes and bright, fun colours.

3. The Rabbit is Lucky in Japan…

It may have been a lucky co-incidence ….but the bunny ears design of the clitoral stimulator is why the Rabbit has proved to be a lucky charm for women the world over. The reason? The special way the rabbit ears stimulate the sides of the clitoris, where most women experience most clitoral pleasure, rather than directly on it, which often can feel  too intense to be pleasurable. Add to this the massaging sensation of the beads, which stimulate the most sensitive area inside and POW! – many women experience the amazing experience of a ‘blended orgasm’.

4. Originally there were many more animal vibrators hopping about…

In 1983, when the Vibratex Rabbit first hit the market in the US, it had been preceded by the Beaver, the Kangaroo and the Turtle – no, we’re not making this up! Each of them had an shaft for internal stimulation and a clitoral stimulator in a differnet shape. Needless to say, the Kangaroo wasn’t a runaway hit – but the Rabbit sure was!

5. The Original Rabbit Vibrator had Cords and Wires

It wasn’t until 1997 that Rabbits had integrated battery compartment incorporated within the actual vibrator, which certainly made it a more streamlined toy.  Before this, all Rabbit vibrators had a separate battery pack, as they neede a lot of power to deliver both the rotating and vibrating functions..

Rabbits with separate battery packs may seem clumsy or create wire-tangles  but they also have their advantages. A separate power-pack means you can operate it with eyes closed, controls in your hand, rather than fumbling around between your legs for the speed buttons! A separate battery pack also makes it super-easy to hand over controls to your partner 😉

6. Sh! Named it ‘Jessica Rabbit Vibrator’

In 1992, long before Rampant or Jack hopped into the world and before the Vibratex rabbit was known in the UK, we discovered a rabbit vibrator gathering dust on a back shelf of a sex toy warehouse.  It was called ‘Roger Rabbit’ ( in true sex-industry double entendre!) but we renamed it ‘Jessica Rabbit’ and started telling the women of the UK about this amazing double stimulation vibe – Sh!’s Jessica Rabbit has been featured in hundreds of women’s magazines and TV shows.

Wikipedia even name-checks the rabbit as “Jessica Rabbit vibrator” and most mainstream online sex toy stores also use the ‘Jessica name to promote their own rabbit-style vibrators, but  Sh! was the original Jessica Rabbit!

7. Sex and the City made the Rabbit Vibe famous (Ok – you may know this one!)

The Rabbit had already developed a cult following by the time it appeared on Sex and the City in 1998. The Sex and the City producers visited a sex shop in New York to find out which was the best-selling vibrator of the time – the Rabbit Pearl was the runaway favourite, and it featured in one of the most popular episodes of the series. The Rabbit had gone mainstream!

8. Rabbit Vibrators are an A-list favourite

Back in 2005, actress Eva Longoria sang the praises of her faithful Rabbit in an interview which appeared in a national magazine. She  told the world that she gave Rabbit vibrators to all of her girlfriends for their birthdays – because she believes the best gift she could give them was an orgasm! Amen, Eva!

9. They battled a ban

In 2008, the Attorney General of Alabama announced he was going to enforce a sex toy ban across the entire state – yikes! He believed it was immoral to use a sex toy, and he suggested that anyone caught should be arrested. In response, thousands of women began mailing their vibrators to the Attorney General’s office, and the bid to ban the Rabbit faded into obscurity.

10. The Rabbit is the best-selling vibrator of all time

It’s estimated that  over five million dual-action vibrators are sold every year. Gosh, that’s a LOT of bunnies hopping around dispensing pleasure!

There may be millions around and around quite literally hundreds of models on the market to choose from, before you get yourself into a rabbit fever, essentially there are still only 4 different styles.

With every rabbit you’ll get the bunny clitoral stimulator – it’s the shaft-type that will differ;

From there, you can choose a Rabbit that’s rechargeable, remote- remote controlled, waterproof or a whole host of other nifty benefits…

The main thing to be aware about is the material your Rabbit Vibrator is made from. One that is made from Jelly is likely to contain Phthalates, a body of chemicals we’d advise you steer clear of, which is why we only offer Rabbit Vibrators in body-safe materials such as silicone & TPR.

Like to know more? Hop over to our advice about choosing and using a Rabbit Vibrator

The Rabbit is still the top-selling vibrator of all time – thirty years after its original release, the Rabbit is yet to be eclipsed!

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How to Choose a Rabbit Vibrator

Whether called Jessica Rabbit, Jack Rabbit, Rampant Rabbit or Rabbit Pearl, rabbit vibrators are, for many women, an amazing erotic discovery…. and that’s the reason why they are the most famous vibrator in history!

But how on earth do you choose a Rabbit Vibrator, especially if you are new to it’s charms?

We’ve cherry-picked from huge range of Rabbit and rabbit-style sex toys on the market today, to bring you the best of their kind, but still, we know that understanding the benefits of different styles can be overwhelming, so read on to find best rabbit vibrator bunny for you.

Rabbit Vibes come in 2 models; Rabbit Ear Clitoral Vibrators and Dual Stimulation.

Rabbit Ear Vibrator - Used purely for clitoral stimulation, where it thrills the sides of the clitoris..
Rabbit Ear Vibrator – Purely for clitoral stimulation, where it thrills the sides of the clitoris..

Rabbit Ear Clitoral Vibrators

Not what most people thing of,  when they think about buying a rabbit but if there is one thing women rave about, it’s the way the two bunny ears deliver intense, but diffused, vibrations to the super responsive sides of the clitoris rather than directly on it.  No wonderas this is the area of the clitoris that most women are most responsive to…

In fact, even with a classic, dual-stim Rabbit, a surprising number of women ( around 40%)  don’t use the shaft portion during masturbation. We’ve lost count of the amount of times we’ve heard ‘it’s ALL about the bunny!’ from beaming women in-store and it’s for these women we’ve selected some great clitoral-only rabbit ear vibes.



Fun Fact Q&A: Why does my rabbit have a bunny-shaped clitoral Stimulator?

We have Japanese Shogun law or simple custom ( it’s unclear exactly which) to thank for creating a toy that spoke to clitoral pleasure in this way. This law, or sensibility, decreed  sex toys should not be made to look like human genitals. Fast forward to the 1970’s and a Japanese manufacturer started to create the first vibrators with clitoral stims, and in line with custom ( or law!?), they were made to look like cute animals;  beavers, dophins and even humming birds… but it was the cute rabbit, and those divided bunny ears, that worked for most women – a total flook, perhaps, but a very happy ending!



 

Dual Stimlation Rabbit Vibrator - with clit stim + penetrative shaft designed for double pleasure and 'blended orgasm'
Dual Stimlation Rabbit Vibrator – with clit stim + penetrative shaft designed for double pleasure and ‘blended orgasm’

Dual Stimulation Rabbit Vibrators

This is the style most people think of, when they are  choosing a rabbit vibrator.

With a shaft for internal stimulation and an external clitoral stimulator, it is this style that is most likely to bring on a ‘blended orgasm’ – a type of orgasm that feels like it comes from both inside and outside, at the same time.

Apart from the essential clitoral stimulator, some of  best rabbit designs feature rotating beads or pearls, inside the shaft, which deliver massaging sensations vaginally.



Fun Fact Q&A: Why does my  Rabbit vibe have a face on it!? 

Look closely at many a rabbit vibe and you’ll notice, whist the shaft may look somewhat phallic, it’s actually a totem of a women with her (and its)  head sporting a lovely page-boy hairstyle, complete with coyly, smiling face.

This clearly harks back to that Japanese law/custom mentioned above – a creative way to create a  toy that may initially look quite phallic but gets around it  with some creative styling.

When we first discovered our first rabbit way back in 1993, it was called’Roger Rabbit’, in manner of all double-entendre sex toy names of the time. Once we saw that it was actually shaped like a woman, we re-christened it  and Jessica Rabbit was born. The rest is history…



What’s the Difference between Dual-Stimulation Rabbit Vibrators?

Since their popularity explosion, bunny vibrators have bred! Hundreds have come hopping onto the market, each claiming to be the best rabbit vibrator – many of which we’ve tried, and tested (and lots we’ve rejected!)

Dual-stim rabbits come in 3 styles:

Simple Rabbits

Feature a fixed, non-rotating shaft, along with the all important clitoral stimulator. Often small or slim, these offer easy, user-friendly penetration.

Simple Rabbit Vibes=Fixed ( non-rotating) shaft
Simple Rabbit Vibes = Fixed ( non-rotating) shaft. From £11

Top 3 Best-Selling Simple Rabbits:

Classic Rabbits

Feature a shaft that twirls around. They are often filled with beads or pearls and deliver massaging sensations.

Classic Rabbits have a rotating shaft, often filled with beads or pearls for massaging sensations
Classic Rabbits = Rotating, often beaded, shafts From £25

Most classic bunny vibrators feature the fabulous rotating beads and bunny ear clitoral simulators so loved by women. BUT! “What’s the difference between these rabbits?” – we hear you ask (it’s one of the most frequently asked questions in our London store).

Classic rabbit vibrators have rotating shafts with either pearl or metal beads inside

The very first rabbit vibrator resembled a sweetie machine, with colourful beads in a pocked at the base of the shaft, which massaged the vaginal entrance; an incredibly responsive area in most women.

Pearls feel more erratically massaging than metal beads and it’s this free-flowing sensation that many women prefer. The other advantage is that pearl shafts are not as ‘fixed’. This means you can, very gently and slightly, bend the shaft to give a wider arc as it twirls around…

 

Rabbit Vibrators with pearls in their shaft provide a more free-flowing, massaging sensation...
Rabbit Vibrators with pearls in their shaft provide a more pronounced massaging sensation…

Top 3 Best-Selling Pearl Rabbits:

 

 

 


 

 

Later models adopted fixed metal beads:  often further up the shaft. This makes the shaft more rigid and the massaging sensations more even and regular-feeling.

Rabbit Vibrators with with fixed metal beads in the shaft, provide a regular, even, massaging sensation inside.
Rabbit Vibrators with fixed metal beads in the shaft, provide a regular, even, massaging sensation inside.

 

 

Top 3 Best-Selling Rabbits with metal beads:

 

 


 

 

 Battery & Controls

Rabbit Vibrators with integrated batteries, housed in the main body are now the most common style and these compact designs offer more settings and sensations.
All-in-One Rabbit Vibrators are  compact designs that offer more settings & sensations.

 

Many people assume that rabbits with integrated batteries & controls  are better because there’s no wires.

Whilst they are more compact and neat, they can also be trickier to operate and heavier to hold than one with a separate batter/control pack.

But the positives outweigh the negatives.

Integrated rabbits are quieter and often deliver LOTS more sensations, including escalating and pulse settings, along with regular vibration and rotation, which is why the majority of rabbits we offer are these all-in-one styles.

 

 

 

A Rabbit Vibrator with a separate battery pack can make  concentrating on your fantasy easier…

Most rabbits these days have ditched the separate control unit, in favour of integrating the batteries into the main body of the vibrator.

The Rabbit Pearl is one of the last remaining, good-quality, rabbit vibrators to keep this feature and it does have its advantages.

  • The larger the batteries, the stronger and more long-lasting the power. This takes 3 x C batteries – no other rabbit takes such meaty batteries.
  • With several feet of cord running between the vibrator and the control unit, it’s great if you want to hand over the controls, or lie back, close your eyes and get into fantasy,  rather than scrabbling between your legs,  button twiddling!

 

 

Ultimate Thrusting Rabbit
Ultimate Thrusting Rabbit £44

 

Thrusting Rabbit is different: the beads move up and down inside the vibrator to deliver a unique thrusting sensation.

[There are bunny vibrators on the market that actually do piston up and down, but after much exhaustive testing, we found these tended to have a short lifespan which is why we don’t carry them]


 

 

 

Remote Rabbit Vibrator £87
Remote Rabbit Vibrator £87

 

Remote Control Rabbit Vibrator is, well, remote-controlled!

With a range of up to 25 feet, you can hand controls to your partner and let them take you on a journey of teasing sensation…. from afar.

Having said that….

All rabbits can be played together!

With your partner in charge of the sensations you receive, and with so many different sensations on offer, they can tease out a long-build orgasm, one that playing solo, you may not be able to stay the course ( the most common  ‘criticism’ we hear about rabbits is that they are just too damn effective!)

… and the longer the build-up, the stronger the orgasm.

 


 


 

Luxury Rabbits

Often don’t look like rabbits at all! Usually made of silicone and rechargeable, they are a modern-day alternative to the classic dual-stimulation design.

A luxury rabbit is an investment. If you already love the dual stimulation of a rabbit-style vibe but would like one with more modern styling they are a great buy, especially worked out orgasm per £. We’d generally recommend luxury bunnies as an upgrade, rather than a first-buy if you are a beginner, just starting out on an exploration of whether double-pleasure sensations are for you…

Luxury Rabbit Vibrators =  Fixed, Pulsing or Wave-Motion shaft. From £65

 

 

 

 

 

Top 3 Best-Selling Luxury Rabbits:

 

Despite the claims, silent rabbits don’t exist – sorry!

So, a quick word about rabbit volume. The bottom-line is that anything with a motor will emit a slight hum, even if it’s very quiet.

 ‘Almost-silent’ rabbits are generally luxury rabbits, with their superior build quality and materials, plus top quality motors and advanced technology all work to deliver

Simple Rabbits can also be be quiet and discreet, as these generally offer just vibration and don’t have the whirling shafts that require a lot of power to ensure an effective rotating motion.

It’s this twirling action that, especially if the motor also has to force beads or pearls around with it, that makes many rabbits audible (but worth it!) playthings. So for sensations over sound, we recommend you look at classic rabbits, then lock the door, turn up the music and enjoy!

Ridiculously noisy rabbits are rejected at Sh! and we select only audible ones that are worth the pay-off.

A bunny out of the box may sound loud, but…

The good news is that once a rabbit is cushioned inside you,  the noise is (ahem) ‘muffled’!

You can use the volume filter to whittle down rabbits into ‘quiet‘ ( [slight hum, not audible from across the room] and ‘medium’ [like a mobile phone vibrating, but unlikely to be heard from the next room] and in  on each product page, the Technical Info tab will tell you how the toy is rated for sound.


We carry only body-safe, phthalate-free rabbit vibrators in TPE/Elastomer or Silicone

But other companies do still stock rabbit vibrators made of Jelly: a soft, squishy sex toy material which is a mix of PVC and Phthalates (a questionable material which has raised health concerns)

If you do own a jelly rabbit, we recommend using a condom on it.

We’ve also seen (and rejected!) rabbits that claim to be made of silicone (the safest material for sex toys) when only a little silicone is mixed with the jelly.

If avoiding phthalates is, like us, important to you, we’d recommend doing the ‘sniff and feel’ test on any bunny you buy anywhere else. If, straight out of the box,  it smells strongly of chemicals or feels clammy it’s probably got phthalates in it …

Read More: The Rabbit: Design Icon

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Rabbit Vibrator Exclusive to Sh!

Sh! Rabbit Vibrator £25
Sh! Rabbit Vibrator £25

Our slimline, waterproof Rabbit Vibrator is popular with women of all ages and varying degrees of sex toy experience.

Only two-fingers wide in girth, it’s a winner in terms of both size and looks.

The rotating beads placed halfway up the shaft offer extra stimulation at the sensitive entrance, whilst the firm bunny ears reach up to vibrate against the sensitive sides of the clit.

First Time Users Choose Rabbit Vibrators

Exclusive to Sh!, the slimline Rabbit is a great choice for first-time users. With no less than 12 patterns programmed into the rabbit ears, there is plenty to experiment with. A slight rotation of the shaft will ensure the curvy head of this vibe teases the G-Spot and you may well find yourself experiencing a throbby, prolonged orgasm from the dual stimulation (clit & G-Spot).

Add a generous amount of water-based lube for extra comfort and enhanced sensitivity.

 

Money-Saving Rabbit Pleasure Set

Women's Pleasure Set £40
Women’s Pleasure Set £40

The Women’s Pleasure Set not only has our bestselling Sh! Rabbit vibe, but also the all-important lube, sex toy cleaner, batteries and a sachet of enhancing clit gel for extra zing. The pleasure sets have been designed to save you money whilst still getting great products, and they are exclusively available at Sh! Perfect prezzie for a best friend, or even better – for yourself.

Sh! Jessica Rabbit review from Sex Toys Buzz 

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G-Spot Rabbit Vibrator

By combining tickling bunny ears for the clit and a smooth tip made for G-Spot pleasure, we’ve got the fantastic G-Spot Rabbit vibrator!

Exclusive to Sh!, this vibe is long, slim, and perfect for those who aren’t keen on playthings with too much girth.

G-Spot Rabbit £39
G-Spot Rabbit £39

Body-Safe Vibrator

A phthalate-free, stylish version of the Original Jessica Rabbit (albeit without beads) at a very reasonable £39, this vibe belongs to a new generation of Rabbit vibrators. Body-safe and easy to keep clean, the G-spot Rabbit is a fantastic option for those who enjoy G-Spot stimulation as well as clitoral stimulation for maximising pleasure.

As with all sex toys, we recommend adding water-based lube for enhanced sensitivity and prolonged play.

Clit and G-Spot Orgasm

We know that most women need clitoral stimulation in order to orgasm, which is why Rabbit vibes are so popular. Their cleverly placed bunny ears will tease the clit, and with 10 different setting to choose from,  you are spoilt for choice. If you want to try to entice your G-Spot into play too, then this toy could be the perfect match for you. By stimulating both your pleasure points simultaneously, you are likelier to hit that orgasmic high!

 

Q&A

Q&A: Rabbit or Finger Vibe?

Dear Sh!

Could you please advise a 62-year old widow (with neither the desire nor the prospect of “finding another man”) on the best vibrator to buy?

I’m completely new to this market and I’ve looked through your website, and am confused by the range available.

I’m tempted by a Rabbit-style Vibrator or a simple Finger vibe but would welcome your comments

 

Hi there,

Yes – we completely understand. There are so many different vibrators (and so little time…).

The first thing to think about is really whether you want a vibrator *specifically* for internal use (including G-spot) or for external (clitoral) stimulation – or for both?

A finger vibe offers precise clitoral stimulation

…but it is limited to providing purely clitoral stimulation.

A finger vibrator probably most comes into it’s own during partner sex, when it discreetly slips onto a finger to add extra clitoral stimulation during sex.

During solo sex, if your technique is to use only your finger on your clitoris, then a finger vibrator will add a buzz to this – and the clitoris usually loves a spot of vibration!

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Sh! Jessica Rabbit £40

A Rabbit vibrator offers internal stimulation as well as clitoral.

The  beaded shaft rotates around  ‘just inside’ which is an area rich in sensations. If you grip the shaft/beads using your PC muscles, the  sensations can be intense. Some women find their G-Spots with a rabbit vibe. The bunny ears then provide a lovely, tickly clit stimulator – so there you have it – all-in-one!

Many women tell us what they love about their rabbit is the clitoral bunny stimulator on the side of their rabbit vibrator. In fact, lots of women tell us they don’t always bother with the beaded shaft of their rabbit vibrator at all during solo sessions.

Most women are all about clitoral stimulation during masturbation.

The bunny ears are a fabulous design for this as they stimulate the sides of the clitoris rather than directly on it. For the majority of women, too intense/direct clitoral stimulation can actually be a turn-off.

However some women do need more intense, direct clitoral stimulation. If you desire/require a a bit more “umph” then we’d recommend a bullet/egg style vibrator, over a finger vibe. A great clitoral vibrator of this kind is the Secret – offers 20 speeds and sensations (low-high, throbbing, pulsating etc) – the top ones are super-intense!

The “vibe” itself is an egg shape attached by a wire to the battery pack, which allows you to change the setting with a push of your finger rather than feeling around for buttons between your legs! A very good external vibe indeed.

We hope this has been of help, do feel free to phone us on 0333 444 005, if you’d like any more help.

Best wishes

Team Sh!