Review – Thrusting Realistic Rabbit – Lovehoney Trade

By on December 18, 2018

Lovehoney’s nine-item happy rabbit® collection is an updated version of the company’s previous 2012 collection. Being fans of Fun Factory’s Stronic thrusters, Synergy chose the happy rabbit® Thrusting Realistic Rabbit for review. At first glance the bright pink silicone didn’t strike us as remotely Realistic. However, Lovehoney’s branded packaging was smart, glossy and self-explanatory – always a bonus. We also liked the Rabbit’s freestanding flat base, perfect for solo Cowgirl action and for leaving it to air-dry after an antibacterial spray-down.

Thrusting toys are great fun despite rarely feeling like real-life penetrative sex. The lowest Thrusting setting of the happy rabbit® (it has 3 speeds) seemed designed for a ‘making love’ vibe, but for romantics or users who might prefer a slimline model it could have been even slower.

On its top setting, the Rabbit’s shaft felt less pneumatic than a slow sex machine – a good thing, as these can be uncompromising (understatement!) – especially for an everyday toy. However, even without water-based lube, on full-fuck the shaft’s firm core and accordion-style ridging might still impart an internal sandpapering. You have been warned/ might like this!

Our happy rabbit® had two long, flexible ears to angle and position around the clitoris. With something for everybody, the twelve vibrations varied in strength and rhythm. But as with any Rabbit, in some positions clitoral pressure from the ears felt uncomfortable just as the shaft felt great. And vice-versa.

The Thrusting Rabbit is waterproof, so great for hygiene (especially since when compressed the accordion area can be hard to clean) and for bath fun. The Rabbit feels reasonably priced but we would have preferred to pay more to include a storage bag – worth it to keep fluff off the silicone alone.

Since Rabbits are hugely dependent on the user’s individual anatomy, they can be hit-and-miss. Moreover, as anatomy is so varied it often takes patience to get a Rabbit working well with the user’s individual physical idiosyncrasies, leading to a longer lead-up time.

So for me, my initial happy rabbit® trial didn’t at first succeed, but I’d happily try, try again. All in the name of science, of course…
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