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Review of The Aqua Rabbit,  A Waterproof Rabbit / Vibrating Dildo

Review of The Aqua Rabbit, A Waterproof Rabbit / Vibrating Dildo

Aqua Rabbit Vibrator Review

Width: 11/2 inches

Useable Length: 5 1/4  inches

Length According to Manufacturer: 8 1/2, 5 1/4 useable length

Specialty: Simultaneous Clitoral and Vaginal Stimulation

Contender For the Who Needs A Man? Vibrator of the Year: No

When GoodVibes asked me to review the Aqua Rabbit, I had hopes that I would like it a lot better than the original Rabbit. Unfortunately that was not the case. In fairness to the Aqua Rabbit, some women love this adult toy, but I am not one of them.

The Aqua Rabbit is a decent size, in that it is 5 1/4  by 1/ 1/2 (at the tip) wide. Which is slightly longer than the original Rabbit Pearl. And as an added bonus, the Aqua Rabbit is waterproof, and is made of soft, gel-like phthalate-free PVC.

In terms of feel, which to me is extremely important, the tip of the dildo/vibrator portion of the unit has a very life-like feel which I liked, but it is missing the traditional rotating pearls towards the useable base of the unit.  Also the the rabbit part of the unit, has somewhat pointy ears and a hardish nose that did not feel good against my body, as it felt harder than I would prefer and a little pointy.

The tricky thing about rabbits in general, is that all women are made a little differently.  The distance from our vaginal opening to the area of the external clit (that little button) is different in all women.  And our internal shape, is also different.  On the plus side, the bottom portion of the shaft is flexible, which should in theory make the Aqua Rabbit better able to position it to work for everyone’s body type. But I did not find this to be the case in practice. My man said it might work for women who were taller (I am 5’2).  However, I’m not sure if that’s the case as I found the rabbit ears did not reach far enough to really work. And unless your clit is really close to the vaginal cannal, the rabbit face is not really helpful. And I’m guessing that on a taller woman who has a longer pelvic area, that could be even more of an issues.  All this is a round-about way of saying that I couldn’t really get this to do what it was suppose to do very well from a clitoral stimulation point of view. I found the ears too short and uncomfortable for me to make it work.  Even after trying to adjust the dildo to get a different angle. All the angles did was make it more apparent how hard and pointy the ears and nose of the rabbit were.

The second part of a Aqua Rabbit is the vibrating dildo/shaft. On the plus side, the entire unit is battery operated, with AAA batteries, making it super easy to find when you need them. And unlike early rabbit models, it does not have an attached remote control.  Instead, it is turned on at the base with a twist.  The more you twist the dial base, the stronger the vibration. However, unlike more expensive models, there is only 1 vibrational setting for the entire unit.  You cannot increase or decrease the vibration for the rabbit or dildo portions of the toy separately.  Whatever vibration you choose is the vibration for both parts of the rabbit.

And, unlike more expensive toys that have a deep pulsing vibration (think , this vibration is more shake than vibrate. Think of it as the difference between (hypothetically) the vibration from sitting on a speaker that is playing really deep bass (vibrate) v.s. sitting in a truck with no shocks on a really bad dirt road (shake). I personally am not a fan of this type of motor, because I feel like it shakes your insides more than it vibrates them. And that is not a turn on for me, it actually feels uncomfortable.

In spite of the above, I was really looking to find ways that maybe the Aqua Rabbit just didn’t fit me, but would be great for other women. As I really would love to find a rabbit that is awesome.  However, after only a few minute of use, the unit then got disturbingly hot at the base. This last issue is why I give the Aqua Rabbit 1 star, as I have thrown mine out in fear that it would overheat or worse. I wouldn’t want to recommend something that could have electrical issues. Especially one that is recommended for water play.  I will say that I did have a vibrating dildo by this same company which did not get super hot. However, it fell apart, exposing wires on the base of the unit, after about a year of use. (My layperson’s explanation is that the unit shook itself apart.) And unfortunately, I am not the only one this has happened to.

I wish I could suggest an alternative to the Aqua Rabbit, but at this point I do not know one. I know some women rave about the Rabbit Pearl of Sex and the City Fame, but I’m not a huge fan of it either, even though many women find this to be their go-to toy. On the plus side, it was a great first vibrator, as I was intimidated by things that looked too life-like, and the Pearl Rabbit was designed to help with this.  Anyone have any recommendations? Would love to hear from you.

 

 







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