I’m not really that fond of rabbit vibrators in general. There is one I love, which I oddly haven’t reviewed as it was a prize I won, and I also forget its name (silly, I know), but on the whole I’d much rather use two separate vibrators. It’s hard to get the angle right on a rabbit so that both my G-spot and my clit are stimulated at the same time in the right way.
The Satisfyer Vibes Magic Bunny was no exception. Out of the 7 vibrators Satisfyer sent me, I chose to test this one, as well as the Satisfyer Vibes Charming Smile because it is a bit smaller than the other ones and I prefer my vibrators on the smaller side.
The Satisfyer Vibes Magic Bunny does have a few good things going for it. For one, it’s made of body safe silicone and is completely waterproof, so you can use it in the bath or shower (which tends to be my favourite and not just because it’s pretty much the only place in my house I can be sure of privacy). Waterproof is also good for cleaning a toy thoroughly which is why I like it too.
I like the handle on this vibrator, it’s very ergonomic and makes it a lot easier to use it. I don’t know why not more sex toy companies make ergonomic sex toys, there are so many people out there who have difficulty using regular sex toys. Capitalise on that, people! And you’ll be helping your customers, so it’s a win-win situation.
The buttons on this vibrator are really easy to use as well. I love toys which have “up” and “down” buttons, as I hate vibration patterns and really don’t like having to scroll past all the patters if I inadvertently stray into the patters. Or if I want to lower the speed, I can do so quickly without interrupting my wank too much. The buttons are also very easy to reach, so you’re not fumbling annoyingly.
So, did this little vibrator get me off? No, not really. I mean, the vibrations were good: not too buzzy and almost rumbly. I really liked that. But that’s kind of where it ended. I didn’t like the little ridge on the end of the vibrator. I thought it would be really nice, massaging my G-spot and all, but it actually kind of hurt. Which is not really what one wants in a vibrator. I also didn’t like the clitoral arm. I couldn’t get it into position well enough to both hit my G-spot and my clit at the same time. Which was very frustrating.
In the end, I just pulled the whole thing out and pressed it against my vulva in order to get an orgasm, so technically yes, I did manage to give myself an orgasm with this thing. But I won’t be using it again. I don’t think that giving yourself an orgasm in the way the sex toy wasn’t intended for is a good selling point.
My body is relatively weird, so I can imagine that this toy may work quite well for someone else. It’s well made, it had a lot of good qualities, but it simply didn’t work for me.
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