The rabbit vibrator made its big-screen debut in 1998 when the toy was featured on an episode of Sex and the City. In the episode, which was titled “The Turtle and the Hare,” Charlotte, the most reserved character in the bunch, becomes hooked on her rabbit vibe. “It’s like, every time, boom! And one time, I came for, like, five minutes,” Charlotte whispers to Carrie during yoga class and the rest is history. From that moment on, women everywhere couldn’t wait to get their hands on a Vibratex’s Rabbit Habit.
What is a rabbit vibrator?
The original rabbit vibrator consisted of a dildo (for internal stimulation) and a cute-looking vibrating bunny (for clitoral stimulation) that stuck to the side. But even with its popularity, the ‘90s version of this now world-renowned toy wasn’t exactly ideal. It was made of a porous, low-grade material and it wasn’t curved or shaped for proper G-spot stimulation.
Today, the rabbit vibe comes in a variety of styles—from waterproof to rechargeable to multi-functional vibes, the rabbit vibrator has evolved into its very own category of sex toys.
How do you find the best rabbit vibrator?
Finding the perfect vibrator takes time and commitment. To make things easier, we reached out to Katie Lasson, a clinical sexologist and sex, intimacy, and relationship advisor at UK-based sex shop Peaches and Screams, for tips on how to find the best rabbit vibrator. Here are her top three pieces of advice.
1. Be careful when choosing a size. “Rabbit vibrators are generally bigger than the average vibrators in the market, so don’t expect you would get a small rabbit,” says Lasson. “If you’re a rabbit vibe beginner, choose one with a moderate size. You may not be able to handle the sensations offered by a juicy rabbit. Start with something which you can manage.”
2. Check the best sellers’ list. “There’s a reason why some rabbit vibes sell better than the others,” says Lasson. “The best-selling sex toy rabbit should be your best bet, but it may cost higher than ordinary rabbits on the shelves.”
3. Don’t forget to read the product descriptions. “Vibrators come in different forms and have different functions as well,” says Lasson. “Things you need to look at would be the material it’s made of, the batteries it uses, its dimensions, and its speed functions,” adds Lasson. “Sellers usually provide this information in the product descriptions.”
The best rabbit vibrators
Now that you’re armed with a bit of background info, here are eight rabbit vibrators to add to your shopping list.
If you’re new to dual-action vibrators (or to any vibrator, for that matter), the Happy Rabbit Slimline G-spot Vibrator is perfect for beginners—it’s also ideal for those who prefer a narrower shaft. This slim vibe features a curved internal arm designed to stimulate the G-spot and rabbit “ears” that vibrate for additional clitoral stimulation. It’s also waterproof, USB-rechargeable, and has 15 vibration settings.
The CalExotics Waterproof Jack Rabbit is probably as close as you’re going to get to the OG rabbit vibrator. (Except, unlike the ‘90s version, this one is nonporous.) It’s equipped with three vibration settings, a rotating shaft, and fluttering “bunny ears” for clitoral stimulation. Note: This vibrator requires three AA batteries.
The Mr. Rabbit vibrator by Satisfyer has a silk-matte surface, is completely made of body-safe silicone, and provides both G-spot and clitoral stimulation. The Mr. Rabbit vibrator also includes 12 vibration programs consisting of six intensities and six rhythms, a whisper mode (for discreet play), and has a waterproof rating of IPX7, just in case you’d like to bring your bunny into the shower.
The Rosalie Rabbit Vibrator (available in Bright Red, Rouge Pink, and Royal Blue) is absolutely gorgeous. This high-end vibe features 24-karat gold accents, a super-chic detachable chain, and Bluetooth connectivity so you or your partner can control the device via smartphone. With two whisper-quiet motors, eight vibration modes, and a beautifully designed storage box (What a bonus!), this rabbit vibe is a must-have.
You can think of the Womanizer Duo as a new-and-improved version of the OG Rabbit Vibrator. It’s made of body-safe material, has an ergonomic design, 10 vibration patterns, 12 intensity levels, and dual-stimulation. (Thanks to Womanizer’s Pleasure Air Technology, this vibe packs a punch with a clitoral sucking vibrator and a G-spot massager). This vibe includes a carrying pouch, clitoris keychain, USB charging cable, additional stimulator head (in a smaller size), and a user manual. It comes in pink, dark blue, black, and maroon.
Tracy’s Dog may be known for its clitoral sucking vibrators (the OG Sucking Vibrator is amazing), but the company also has a rabbit-esque line of vibrators. Tracy’s Dog Alpha Vibrator is a three-in-one vibe that has seven vibration modes and seven sucking patterns for A-spot, G-spot, and clitoral stimulation. It’s also adjustable, so you can shape it to fit your needs.
Unlike the other rabbits on this list, this bunny vibe features intelligent warming technology with overheat protection. It warms to the touch and heats at a max temperature of 107 degrees Fahrenheit. The PHANXY G-Spot Rabbit Vibrator also comes with nine powerful vibration modes and dual stimulation for G-spot and clitoral pleasure. It’s 100 percent waterproof, USB-rechargeable, and can run for as long as two hours on one charge.
The G-Spot Rabbit Vibrator from Adorime is a triple threat. It’s designed to give clitoral, G-spot, and anal pleasure. (Yowza!) Sure, having multiple orgasms may seem a bit intimidating, but reviewers swear by this toy. Not only is it multi-functional, but it’s ideal for P-spot owners, as well. It’s also 100 percent waterproof and can run for up to two hours when fully charged.