For someone whose first vibrator was purchased at a mall Spencer's at 20 years old, I'm proud to say I've come quite a long way since my late arrival to the wonderful world of vibrators. Six years and hundreds of dollars worth of toys since, I like to think the collective amount of horsepower inside my bedside table has more than made up for those humble beginnings. Maybe that's why I'm somewhat embarrassed to admit it wasn't until just recently that I added a rabbit vibrator to my choose-your-own-orgasm-adventure arsenal. And now? It's the only one I've been reaching for.
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This isn't to say I wasn't familiar with the concept of a rabbit vibrator before making the switch. After all, any Sex and the City fan worth their dream Manolo Blahnik's remembers Charlotte's preoccupation with her own. For whatever reason, whether it be an aversion to overstimulation or my tendency to seek out toys focused on one task at a time, the dual-focused design has been one I've skipped over for years.
That's why it's even more surprising that the vibrator I've fallen hard and fast for takes multitasking to an overachiever status level. Aside from its fluttering clitoral stimulator on the outside and a flexible G-spot stimulator on the inside, the interior also features an optional warming functionality that heats up to 104 degrees. (I promise it's not as scary as it sounds.)
The first time I tried the vibrator, I had my reservations of whether the design would live up to the hype I'd been hearing for so long. Spoiler: It does. After scanning through the vibrator's 10 vibrating patterns, I found a sweet spot and stuck with it. My curiosity was rewarded with an orgasm so hard, I was temporarily left with a ringing in my ears — which is something like my personal litmus test of a truly worthy vibrator.
It's clear I'm not the only one who's become a rabbit convert, either. "So I bought this over the Ruby Rabbit because of the color," one reviewer said of the waterproof and USB-charging vibe. "I didn't realize it had a warming setting until I received it and omg… I'm loving it!"
I don't know if it's because we're still in the honeymoon phase of our relationship or what, but I have nothing but glowing things to say about the warming vibrator and can see why Charlotte kept canceling plans to stay at home with hers.
Head to JimmyJane to get one for yourself, or keep scrolling to see more rabbit style vibrators.
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