Top 5 Best Rabbit Vibrators of 2018 Reviewed | Safe & Orgasmic

It wasn’t that long ago that us women were stuck with nothing but our fingers or a lifeless dildo. Hopelessly jamming in and out in hopes of some simple relief. Thankfully, those dark times are in the past.

Today, we have the holy grail of women’s sex toys. The rabbit vibrator, also known as a Jack Rabbit or Jessica Rabbit. A tool so powerful, that you may never have to rely on your partner again. The engineers who brainstormed up this bad boy deserve the Nobel peace prize. If the rabbit is not part of your sex toy arsenal, you’re missing out. Without further ado, let’s get right into the rabbit vibrator reviews!

Top Rabbit Vibrators Comparison Chart

  • Happy Rabbit 2
  • Insertable Length: 5.25inches

    Circumference: 4.75inches

  • Silicone
  • Happy Rabbit Thruster
  • Insertable Length: 5inches

    Circumference: 5inches

  • Silicone
  • We-Vibe Nova
  • Insertable Length: 4.75inches

    Circumference: 4.25inches

  • Silicone
  • Mantric Mini
  • Insertable Length: 4.50inches

    Circumference: 4.75inches

  • Silicone
  • Jessica Rabbit by Lovehoney
  • Insertable Length: 5inches

    Circumference: 5.50inches

  • PVC

Rabbit Vibrator Reviews

1. Happy Rabbit 2


The Happy Rabbit Thruster is the premier choice for the best rabbit vibrator. This hot pink vibrator packs a powerful punch with its dual motor system and 15 different power settings. Three different rotating speeds, nine different patterns in the shaft, and three additional speeds in the rabbit ears.

Despite all this, the motors are very quiet. No chance of your nosey family or roommates overhearing the toy in operation, they might overhear you though! Lube the shaft and head thoroughly and you’re ready to go to town. It’s large enough to hit all the erogenous zones yet compact enough to fit comfortably in a carry-on.

There is nothing else like it on the market today. The Happy Rabbit 2 is made from a soft yet firm medical grade silicone. It is very comfortable and perfectly safe to have on and inside of you. The silicone is non-porous making it waterproof, easy to clean, and bacteria free. The hot tub, the bath and the shower are all perfectly fine.

To top the entire experience off, the Happy Rabbit 2 is also USB rechargeable. It can be charged quickly from anywhere in the world.

Remember ladies, you’re putting this thing inside your vagina with the goal of achieving mindblowing orgasms. It’s not the time to skimp-out on lower quality products or cheaply made materials. Once you make the purchase, you have a fully operational and versatile orgasm machine for life.

Whether you’re a beginner or expert, the Happy Rabbit 2 is an amazing choice.

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Pros

  • Silicone construction
  • Soft, firm, comfortable
  • Powerful yet silent motors
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Cons

  • Your partner may get jealous

2. Happy Rabbit Thruster

happy rabbit thrusting vibeThrusting is the latest and greatest innovation for womens sex toys. I was a bit skeptical at first but now I’m warming up to the idea.

The thrust adds a new dimension to the already pleasurable rumbling and vibrating rabbit ears and head. It can be a bit difficult to find that perfect spot. The spot where both your g-spot is being massaged and vibrated on by the head, and the ears playing with your clit. However, once you find that sweet spot, you won’t have to wait long for an orgasm.

The Thrusting isn’t without negatives however. The motor is almost commically LOUD. On the higher speeds everyone in the house will know what you’re up to. If you have flatmates you may want to wait until they’re out.

I enjoy the Happy Rabbit Thruster and think thrusting toys in general have a lot of potential. Overtime the motors should get quieter and more powerful. For a first generation product, it works really well.

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Pros

  • Silicone construction
  • Soft, firm, comfortable
  • Powerful yet silent motors
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Cons

  • LOUD
  • Takes practice to get right

3. We-Vibe Nova


The WeVibe Nova is the most powerful Jack Rabbit vibrator on the list. I really can’t say enough about the power of the Nova. Where most vibrators simply well, vibrate. The Nova rumbles like mighty Zeus himself is angry at you. The rumbling sends wave after wave of pleasure directly into your vagina and G-spot.

Many women I know, myself included, really need a powerful tool to get our ourselves off. This fits that bill and is my go-to when my lover isn’t around.

Speaking of lovers, We-Vibe has their own smartphone application that can sync up to your vibrator. Your partner, from anywhere in the world, can turn on your vibrator and ramp up the intensity. Tease you and play with you from work, school, or wherever. If you decide to leave it inside throughout the day, you can turn it on or off with the push of a couple of buttons on your phone. You won’t need to go digging around through your underwear trying to access the controls.

There is one big issue with We-Vibe as a company. A lawsuit was filed against the Canadian company in late 2016. Alleging that the We-Vibe smartphone app was secretly collecting and recording data on vibrator use. The company eventually settled for over 4 million dollars. Since the lawsuit, We-Vibe has agreed to delete any previously recorded information. Furthermore, going forward their app will have privacy control settings and updated privacy and data policies. The Nova is an exceptional rabbit vibrator, We-Vibe is an ethically questionable company.
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Pros

  • Powerful orgasm machine
  • Cool app for you can control from anywhere with WIFI
  • Rechargeable
  • Waterproof
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Cons

  • Questionable company ethics
  • Pricy
  • Loud

4. Mantric Mini Rabbit Vibrator


The Mantric is a mini rabbit vibrator, perfect for the traveling woman. It can be easily and discreetly stowed away in a large purse or small carry-on bag. Given the TSA’s reputation, you may even be able to pass it off as a fancy microphone. Just tell the agent to speak loudly and clearly right into the head.

After tearing it out of the box, the very first thing I noticed was the LED pane controls. Definitely a step-up from the clunky controls of most other vibes. It’s simpler to find your ideal settings and take a mental note of what they are.

The shaft is more than capable of hitting the g-spot at 4.5 inches of insertable length. The circumference at the thickest portion is 4.8 inches. This circumference puts the Mantric just a touch thicker than average penis girth.

Where it really stood out was in the shaft vibrations. Most other vibrators focus on the clit and g-spot vibrations only. The Mantric’s entire shaft has delicious rumbly vibrations.

Being that it’s made from silicone, it has quite a few benefits. It’s entirely waterproof and non-porous. It’s very soft, smooth, and comfortable on the skin. Silicone is easy to clean and care for.

The Mantric even has a travel lock so you won’t have a movie moment and have to explain the noise coming from your luggage.

The head and G-spot portion of the Mantric is wider than you may expect. If you’re particularly tight, you may need quite a bit of lube to get the sucker in.
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Pros

  • Silicone construction
  • Mini for discreetness and travel
  • 90 Minute USB recharge
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Cons

  • Flared head can be a tight fit

5. Lovehoney Jessica Rabbit


The Lovehoney Jessica Rabbit is the last resort, budget friendly option. This is probably the most popular Jessica Rabbit vibe model due to its affordable price at just $39.99. This battery operated vibe comes with 13 different speed patterns and settings. Three bunny ear speeds and seven patterns. For the shaft, there is three different speeds and a thrusting option. You can simulate the feeling of being penetrated at slow, medium, or jackrabbit speeds.

The construction material is a thermoplastic elastomer or TPE for short. This is a high-grade plastic. Not as comfortable, body-safe, or long-lasting as silicone but much cheaper. The TPE is waterproof making it okay for the shower, bath, and hot tub play.  You’re going to need some quality water-based lubricants when using this product.

The most significant issue with TPE is that it’s porous and cannot be sterilized easily. Over time, bacteria seep into the toy and will eventually reduce its effectiveness. The bacteria will begin to smell and in extreme cases, can even cause yeast infections. This is very rare, but the cost of affordability is a worse material.

As far as size goes, the Jessica Rabbit boasts 5 inches of insertable length to hit your g-spot easily. The circumference is 5.5 inches giving it a wide look and feel. Some women may have trouble inserting with plenty of lube.

IF YOU DO DECIDE TO GO WITH A PVC PRODUCT, PLEASE PLACE A CONDOM BETWEEN YOU AND THE PRODUCT.

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Pros

  • Inexpensive
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Cons

  • TPE is not 100% body safe
  • Not very comfortable
  • No flexibility

Buyers Guide

Good Rabbits, Bad Rabbits

There is a good rule of thumb for anything you plan on putting in your ass or vagina. I follow this, and you really should too. Non-porous, hypoallergenic, and hits all the right spots.

Generally speaking, these materials are safe from harmful chemicals and are non-porous. Still, do you due diligence before making a purchase.

  • Silicone: Silicone is the most popular of the premium sex toy materials. It’s soft and fleshlike, easy to clean, and can be shaped and molded with ease. Silicone has very small pores, too small for bacteria to hide and cause havoc in.
  • Tempered Glass: Tempered glass is a very popular material. It looks amazing, turning simple dildos into pieces of art. This is the easiest material to keep clean.
  • ABS Plastic: ABS plastic is a medical grade plastic that is completely body safe and non-porous. Not many sex toys are made using ABS plastic.
  • Stainless Steel: Stainless steel makes for a great toy. It’s strong, shiny, non-porous.
  • Wood & Stone: Wood and stone sex toys are quite rare. They are much more expensive as they are typically hand-crafted. When made correctly they are some of the best materials.

Avoid materials like TPE/TPR, Elastomers, PVC, jelly, rubber, vinyl, and cyberskin. They all are breeding grounds for bacteria, mold, mildew, and fungus. Even if you completely clean your toy immediately after use, some bacteria may still be hiding inside the pores. There is very little research done on the negative health effects of this. However, I assure you that mildew, microscopic or not, is not something you want to introduce to your Vagina. Washing these products with water and soap will not be enough. These materials will eventually break down(sooner than you think) and anything that has been trapped in the pores will find its way to the surface. Ugh, I feel gross just thinking about it and you should too. You’re taking a risk to save yourself a few bucks. Don’t do it.

Phthalates are another concern. Avoid Phthalates like you would the plague. I’m not going to get into the details of them because it’s late and it requires a lot of technical speak. However, in 2008 Phthalates were banned from children’s toys. They were found to disrupt the endocrine system and potentially cause cancer. Unfortunately, the adult sex toy industry is pretty much unregulated so no ban on phthalate sex toys.

I don’t mean to scare and frighten. Sex, toys, and masturbation should be fun and enjoyable. Some ethically questionable manufacturers take advantage of the lack of information. They are trying to make a quick buck and shaft you. Do your research and stick with high-quality sex toys from ethical companies.

If you do decide to go with a lower quality product, please place a condom between you and the toy. This will be better for your health and the longevity of the toy.

What is a Rabbit Vibrator?

Simply put, a rabbit vibrator is a woman’s sex and masturbation aid that stimulates both the clitoris and g-spot simultaneously. It uses powerful motors to vibrate, rotate and thrust in perfect harmony. When used correctly, it can lead to explosive orgasms and heightened sexual experiences. It is named after a rabbit for the clit attachment that resembles rabbit ears.

While the rabbit vibrator was invented in the 90’s, it wasn’t until the famous dining scene in HBO’s hit show, Sex and the City, that its popularity took off. Millions of women flocking to the local sex shops with a dream of achieving orgasm. Since then, there have been many new iterations and advancements in women’s pleasure toys. The rabbit vibe has gotten cheaper, better, and much more accessible thanks to the internet.

The rabbit vibrators come in a few different materials. As far as materials go, we suggest sticking with silicone. It’s hypoallergenic(unlikely to cause an allergic reaction) and skin-safe. Silicone is also non-porous meaning it doesn’t absorb fluid. The alternative to silicone is medical grade plastics. They are harder than silicone, more prone to breakage and require more lubricant. The upside to a plastic material is it is less expensive.

How To Use a Rabbit Vibrator

Each rabbit vibrator will be slightly different depending on brand and model. However, most have the same functions and operate the same way. Here’s a quick overview of how a first-time user should go about it.

  1. Firstly, press the various buttons to get an understanding of how the vibrator works. There should be multiple buttons to increase speed and intensity. Once you feel you have a solid grasp of what the buttons do you’re ready to move on to the next step.
  2. Next, you’re going to want to use water-based lube to lubricate the dildo or insertable end of the vibrator. Lube makes everything easier and more enjoyable. Don’t use silicone lube or you could damage your toy.
  3. Lay down a towel or two and get yourself in a relaxed position. Laying on your back is often the most comfortable and allows for easy control of speed and intensity.
  4. Slowly insert the rabbit vibrator into yourself. Find a comfortable depth and place the “rabbit ears” on your clitoris. Stay relaxed!
  5. Turn on your toy to the lowest possible settings. Start slow and ease your way up to higher intensity. Change the position on the vibe until you hit that “sweet spot.”
  6. Prepare for the fireworks and enjoy!

If you’re looking for some great position ideas, Women’s Health Magazine has a great write-up.

Care and Cleanup

Caring for your rabbit vibrator is going to make it safer to use and last a lot longer. As uncomfortable as it may be to talk about, leaving vaginal secretions on your toy is a big no-no. Even if your toy looks perfectly clean, there is going to be some bodily fluids on parts of the toy that entered your vagina. Bacteria could form and give off a smell, give you an infection on the next use, or even damage your toy.

Washing with mild soap and warm water following activity is ideal. It won’t hurt to wait a few hours, but you shouldn’t let it sit overnight. After washing, gently dry the toy off with a towel then let it sit somewhere with adequate ventilation. I always like to give my vibrators a little rinse before use to get off any hair or clothing fiber. Toss it in your underwear drawer and you’re done!

Final Thoughts

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our rabbit vibrator reviews. They really are a gamechanger for women.

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