Rabbit vibrators are perfect for having blended orgasms. If you haven't heard of blended orgasms it's when you experience clit and g-spot orgasms at the same time. They feed off each other and can be some of the most intense orgasms you experience.
In this guide I'll cover the best rabbit vibrators, if you are on a budget make sure to check out our cheap (but good) rabbit vibrator list.
Lelo Ina 2
Good g-spot coverage
Award winning design
Happy Rabbit 2
12 shaft modes,
3 rabbit speeds
Rabbit and shaft vibrations can be controlled independently
Magic Wand Rabbit Attachments
Only two settings:
Low (holy shit),
High (holy shit my clit is going to explode)
Turn your magic wand into a magic rabbit
Charlotte's Sex and the City Vibrator
8 vibration modes,
8 spinning modes,
8 thrusting modes
A silicone update of the original sex and the city vibrator. The shaft spins, thrusts, and vibrates.
Lifetime Satisfaction guarantee. If you don't like how it feels or it breaks then you can return it for a refund.
If you don't like how it feels you can return it within 30 days for a refund.
More pressure on your clit
Good variety of vibration settings for the price
Gspy Realistic Rabbit Vibe
Realistic shape, veined texture
A rabbit vibrator is two vibrators in one: a clit vibrator (sometimes shaped like a rabbit) attached to g-spot vibrator or vibrating dildo. Sometimes they are called dual action vibrators but that's not nearly as cute.
How did the bun-buns make their way onto vibrators in the first place?
The first rabbit vibrators were made in 1983 by the Japanese company Vibratex. Back then they tried making all kinds of animal vibrators: elephants, turtles, beavers, kangaroos and rabbits. They were just called dual action vibrators back then, and not yet rabbit vibes.
The other animal vibrators were less popular than the rabbit shaped one. Bunnies were already the sex symbol of the animal kingdom and had sexual references sprinkled across the english language:
This helped every double action vibrator come to be known as a rabbit, not just the bunny shaped ones.
In 1998 a 'Sex And The City' episode showed Charlotte getting so addicted to her rabbit vibrator that her friends had to stage an intervention to get her out of her apartment. This episode (season 1, episode 9) helped spread awareness of the rabbit and it became more and more popular in the USA.
Since the early 2000s the rabbit vibrator has evolved to take all kinds of new shapes and elegant designs. Most of the rabbit vibes today have completely dropped the bunny look, but the name remains.
Think of rabbit vibrators as a two-in-one vibrator. You have two separate vibration motors, one in the clit shaft and one in the vaginal shaft.
Like regular vibrators they have buttons for switching between vibration patterns and intensities.
Unlike regular vibrators though, patterns play between the two motors for swirling back-and-forth vibrations (like in the Lelo). The Happy Rabbit 2 has separate controls for the clit and the g-spot motor. So you can finely tune it each to have the perfect amount of clit or vaginal vibration.
You control the vibrations with buttons on the handle. With the something like the Ina 2 you can use up and down arrows to cycle through the patterns and the plus and minus buttons to adjust the intensity.
If your vibrator is waterproof like the Soraya then you can take it into the shower with you. When I lived in my dorm in college it was pretty normal to here some buzzing going on in the stalls of the bathroom. It was the only place to get privacy since we all shared dorm rooms.
If you are still curious you can find videos on youtube and tumblr that show rabbit vibrators reviews and how to use the different settings.
Like most sex toys there are more rabbit vibrators than you can ever discover in a single sitting. Most companies that make a vibrator also make a rabbit vibrator version.
Top things to keep in mind when picking your vibrator:
Material - Is the vibrator material body safe? Silicone rabbit vibrators are my choice because they are completely skin safe and easy to clean. You should try to avoid vibrators made of jelly, TPE, and PVC.
Cost - How much does it cost? Usually (not always) you get what you pay for when it comes to rabbit vibrators. More expensive models tend to have more features, better materials, and last longer. I have found some great budget rabbit vibes and listed them at the end of this guide.
Power - If you want a super strong rabbit vibrator you could get an attachment for the magic wand. Other strong rabbits include the ina 2 and soraya.
Quietness - All of the lelo rabbit vibrators are almost inaudible at their lower settings. As you increase the intensity every rabbit vibrator gets louder. It's hard to find anything whisper quiet at its maximum setting.
Patterns - Do you want a lot of variety or do you just need one or two settings? Next to the vibrators listed below we include the number of patterns and speeds.
Rotating / Spinning - Some rabbit vibrators have a rotating shaft inside that spins 360 degrees as it vibrates. This is like a whole extra dimension to some rabbit vibrators. The feeling is intensified by the little pearls under the surface that you can feel twisting against you.
The Ina 2 is hands down my favorite rabbit vibrator. It looks gorgeous and delivers everything I could ever want from a rabbit.
It's the perfect size for me (i'm 5 foot 6) and I love the way it's shaped, which feels perfect on my g-spot.
The clit vibrator can go from a smooth vibe all the way to super intense. It's also flexible so I can position it to the left or the right if i don't want direct stimulation on my clit.
When I was still at University and ended up using it a lot in the showers because it was waterproof.
It's also pretty quiet, I don't need to set it past speed 4 or 5 to cum, which is still pretty inaudible. At speeds 9 and 10 you might be able to hear it behind a door if you are eavesdropping pretty hardcore.
Is you are looking for a rabbit vibrator based on looks, then there is nothing more beautiful than the Soraya, in my opinion. Its name, Soraya, even means "Jewel of the desert" in Persian.
It's another toy from Swedish company Lelo, which is famous for creating luxurious sex toys that are meant to be as aesthetically pleasing as they are pleasurable.
The shape of this is pretty unique ,when I first got it I was worried I might get pinched between the metallic part and the silicone. It is completely seamless though and easy to clean if you use a q-tip with some hot water and soap.
Compared to the Ina 2 it is much less wide and has a different feel. Some people say it fits them a lot more comfortably. My first choice would be the Ina 2, but this is still an awesome vibrator that I use a few times a week, and especially when traveling.
This is the best rabbit vibrator that actually has a bunny with ears as the clit vibrator.
There are 6 available types with different shapes and color. You can get a smooth gentle curve, or a more direct g-spot stimulation. There is also a realistic shaped shaft that is like a mix between both.
The controls and vibrations across all the types are exactly the same. You can control the clit vibrator, the rabbit, by press the small button. It has 3 settings that are independent of the shaft's vibrations.
You can press the bigger button to scroll up and down through 12 different patterns for the shaft. These include 3 different speeds and 9 different patterns like pulsing, waves, and different combinations.
The Rabbit ears are two separate little prongs that are bendable but still firm. It is less direct clit stimulation than the Lelo rabbits' single ear design.
This one may be an oldie but it is a goodie. After all, it is what kick-started the use of vibrators after it appeared in a 1998 episode of sex and the city.
The original was in TPE, but this one is a re-released version made from high quality silicone.
The settings on this are pretty unique compared to most rabbit vibrators. It has 8 thrusting settings which does an in and out motion with the rotating head. There's also 8 rotation speeds that rotate 'pearls' inside. And on top of all that you have 8 vibration settings for the rabbit.
This thing is quite the little sex machine and when all settings are whirring it draws an orgasm out of me pretty quickly.
This is a vibrator that actually gives you heat instead of making you cold. It can be warmed up as hot as 100 degrees (38 degrees C).
It is the newest vibrator on our list and comes from a new sex toy company called Svakom. This vibrator is the cutting edge and has tons of cool features.
One of my favorite features is "S" intelligent mode. This is like a vibrator auto-pilot. After you turn it on it will start gentle to simulate foreplay, then after 5 - 10 minutes it will mix in patterns and increase in intensity kind of like actual sex. It keeps getting more intense until it reaches full power, which with combined with heating I have an orgasm way before that. It has some randomness in there too, so it takes a different path every time I use it.
It also has the world's longest battery life and can be used for 48 hours straight before it needs a charge (most lelo toys last only 3 hours). When I left mine at medium settings it did stay working for 2 days like advertised. But when i used the higher settings and the heating mode it only lasted about 24 hours, which is still more than i'd ever need.
A magic wand is a popular vibrator that works as a good back-massager when you aren't using it to have orgasms. If you already own a magic wand the best way to experience the feeling of dual stimulation is with a rabbit attachment.
These are made to fit on your magic wand (i like to think of them as magic wand hats) and are usually less than $20. It works with both the new cordless hitachi, and the plug-in electric version.
They come in a lot of shapes and colors too: you can find dolphin shaped attachments, dildo shaped with a rabbit on top, and the smooth two pronged vibrator.
If you have never tried a rabbit vibrator before it's not the best idea to jump right into an expensive model, especially if you don't know what you like. Here are my recommendations for the best vibrators for under $30.
Length: 4.5 insertable inches
Colors: Pink, Purple
Vibration Modes: 9 vibration modes
This is another rabbit vibrator you can return for a full refund if you don't like it. This is only for the first 30 days though, unlike the lifetime guarantee of sweet vibrations. It also has a 1 year warranty if it breaks.
You are best off viewing the reviews on amazon for this product if you want to know how good it is. It has some of the best reviews of any amazon rabbit vibrator (a full 5 star rating). People post a lot of nice things about it saying that it gives them amazing orgasms. People also say that the clit vibrator hits the spot and the head is a good shape for g-spot orgasms.
I personally haven't used it yet because it is a pretty new release, but it is on my to try list for sure.
Length: 4.5 insertable inches
Vibrations: 10 vibration modes
For $25 you can't beat the value of this rabbit vibrator. I also love how the company sweet vibrations has a lifetime satisfaction guarantee. Which means if you don't like it or it doesn't fit your body you can return it for a full refund, no questions asked.
This is great because sometimes rabbit vibrators don't always fit, so if you are a beginner this is a good place to start with no risk. No other company has a satisfaction guarantee like sweet vibrations and I wish they did.
It also pretty flexible for a rabbit vibrator, almost floppy. This can be a good or a bad thing. Sometimes it can be hard to get it to stay put on your g-spot, but it is easier to stimulate your clit.
There are some rabbit vibrators that are outdated and made from unsafe materials. There is not regulation on sex toys, so its important to know what to avoid.
The most important thing is that a rabbit vibrator is made out of silicone, which is body safe and non-porous (meaning it won't collect bacteria). Silicone also feels the best and is soft and silky. All the above rabbit vibrators that we mentioned are made of silicone and body safe materials. Other good substitutes include ABS plastic, glass, wood, or metal.
Materials to avoid include PVC, TPE, TPR, or any mysterious jelly materials. These can leak chemicals as you use them and cause burning in your vagina after a few uses, it's not fun. They are also porous, which means they collect bacteria and can cause a bacteria infection.
Here are some popular rabbit vibrators that are made out of unsafe materials, I would not use them without putting a condom on them.
This looks similar to the jack rabbit model i mentioned above. However this one is made of PVC instead of silicone. It's popular in shady sex shops because it is made cheaply in china and still gives a rabbit vibrator feeling (at the price of your health).
When you open the package it smells like a chemically rubber and takes a few days to fully air out. PVC smells like this because it leaks phthalates, a toxic chemical that can increase risks of cancer.
Sure, it feels good using it at first, but if it's used too frequently most people start to get a burning sensation that doesn't go away unless this toy is put where it really belongs, the garbage.
At least the motors are poorly made and it is likely to break before most people get the chance to use it too often. Another one to avoid, that looks similar, is the pvc pearl vibrator by California Exotics.
The only material more dangerous than PVC is something labeled 'Jelly'. Usually the material is so full of different chemicals that it's easier to use a friendly sounding term that people can't do research on.
Jelly style rabbits are super cheap to make though, which is why they are so common. This Eager Beaver vibrator costs only $15 at Amazon. But you'll pay the price sooner or later when it breaks or you feel burning in your bits.
It does have a beaver on it instead of a rabbit which I thought was a cute idea (enough for me to give it 1 / 5 stars instead of just .5 / 5 stars). Instead of bunny ears it sticks its massive tongue out eagerly to lick your click.
It also rotates and thrusts for a squirming sensation that isn't different than using the silicone rabbit habit vibrator from sex and the city.
I'm not sure how they did it, but this is louder than any sex toy I have ever used. When you switch on the vibrations it sounds like a blender that is trying to blend fruitcake.
At $10 it is also the least expensive rabbit vibrator i've seen on amazon or at any shop.
If you are looking to give a gag gift to someone or do a prank this might be a good rabbit for that.