Best Rabbit Vibrators – Ultimate Guide and Reviews

Since that infamous scene in Sexy & The City, everyone knows about the rabbit vibrator. Samantha swears it changed her life, and so do many women. But there are hundreds of options on the market. Which do you choose?

What Is a Rabbit Vibrator?

A rabbit vibrator adds a small clitoral attachment to the shaft, so you'll get simultaneous stimulation. This is ideal if you need extra power, can only get off with both spots stimulated or simply find other toys to be boring. A single hand can do the job of both with a rabbit vibrator.


Rabbit Vibrator



Lelo INA 2 



Lelo Soraya



Svakom Lucas



Tracy's Dog Rabbit



Gydoy Silicone Rabbit



Features of a Rabbit Vibrator

There are hundreds of rabbits on the market, and some of them vary drastically. Here's what you need to know when shopping for a rabbit vibrator.

Vibration: All rabbits vibrate, but some have two motors that have stronger vibrations. Some simply have a few constant-vibration settings, and others pulsate, escalate or vibration back and forth between the two motors. Some allow you to control vibration of the motors separately.

Power Source: Rabbit vibrators typically used regular batteries – 3 or 4 AAA or AA types. It's now common to find rechargeable rabbits, even the ones that cost less. They may plug in to a USB cable, a wall plug or even sit on a base as they charge.

Thrusting, Rotating, Beads and More: While most premium rabbits simply vibrate in multiple spots, traditional rabbits had all sorts of shaft functions. Some rotated completely. They often contained beads toward the base of the insertable portion. These beads moved like ball bearings. Thrusting was also a popular feature of vibrating rabbits, and you can even find those that heat up!

Clitoral Attachments: Japanese companies originally placed rabbits and other animals on their toys because they couldn't sell realistic toys. Some rabbit vibrators still use rabbits while others have tried animals such as dolphins and butterflies. Premium rabbits tend to have sleek arms that don't resemble animals. The arms may be flexible or not.

Controls: Save for the Rabbit Pearl, which had a wired remote control, almost all rabbit vibrators feature controls on the base. But the design varies. For instance, simpler rabbits have a single button that you push to turn on and off and cycle through the settings. There may be sliders to adjust, indicator lights or a twist-style controls.

Rabbits from companies like Lelo have two sets of buttons, which allow you to cycle through settings and increase intensity of those settings. Some even remember the last setting that you used, so you don't need to find it again.

Materials: Rabbit vibrators are typically covered in a softer material. Jelly/PVC was once the norm, but you'll commonly find rabbits available in silicone. Silicone may be harder or soft, and it's nonporous, so it's better for your body. TPE and TPR are similar to one another and do have pores but less so than PVC rabbits.

Other Functions: Some rabbits include a third arm that you can use to stimulate your perineum or for anal penetration.

The Problem with Rabbit Vibrators

Rabbit vibrators can open up doors to great pleasure, but it's a bit trickier to find the one that's right for you. This is because the location and way the clitoral arm, or rabbit, attaches to the shaft is permanent. If your clitoris is further or closer to your vagina, you might never find a rabbit vibrator that actually works for you.

Unfortunately, an otherwise high-quality sex toy may simply never work for you because of the dimensions. And because rabbit vibrators are so specialized in function, it's hard to reclaim the toy for another use to feel like you've gotten your money's worth.

That's why it's important to know your body and needs as well as to research rabbit vibrators before you buy one.

Top 5 Best Rabbit Vibrators

1. Lelo INA 2

Lelo's first rabbit vibrator was sleek and luxurious, and the company has only improved upon it. With a stronger motor than the original, Ina 2 promises to curl your toes. Lelo has taken feedback into consideration and has increased the shaft size as well as the distance between the clitoral arm and shaft to make it more comfortable to use. [Read our in depth review of Lelo INA 2 here]

Ina 2 is rechargeable as well as fully waterproof. You can lock it during travel, so it won't turn on accidentally. Like every Lelo toy, Ina 2 comes with a 10-year warranty and storage pouch. It comes in green and orange, which are hard to find when it comes to sex toys.

While it might be one of the more expensive rabbit vibrators on this list, many people find that price worth it.

Things We Liked

  • Premium toy
  • Made from body-safe silicone
  • Unique colors

Things We Didn't Like

  • Price
  • Some women find the clitoral attachment pinches

2. Lelo Soraya

The second rabbit vibrator on this list is another Lelo toy. Soraya comes at an even steeper price than the Ina 2 because it's part of Lelo's Insignia line. These pieces are rechargeable and made from body-safe silicone. Some of them even come with a remote control; although, that isn't the case with the Soraya.

It does have a more premium appearance thanks to the golden loop in the handle, and it also comes with a brooch of the Insignia logo.

Like the Ina 2, Soraya is lockable and waterproof and comes with its own storage bag, but it has a weaker motor. The clitoral arm is also more flexible.

Lelo advertises up to four hours of use on a single charge.

Things We Liked

  • Luxurious toy
  • Waterproof

Things We Didn't Like

  • May be weak to some

3. Svakom Lucas

If you want the luxury experience without the high price tag, you could try Lucas by Svakom. This company is newer than some of the others on this list, but they've been making their name with high-quality, silicone toys and those with unique functions.

Lucas might be a “basic” rabbit vibrator, but the company has added some features that you'll find interesting. For starters, you can get up to 48 hours of use with the 2200 mAH battery. That might be larger capacity than even your cell phone!

There are multiple modes and strengths. As one of the newer toys on this list, Lucas charges via USB cables, which many people find convenient.

It also has two motors, one in each part, for a powerful masturbation experience. If your vagina is power-hungry, Lucas is one option.

Things We Liked

  • Luxury at a lower price
  • High-capacity battery
  • USB charging

Things We Didn't Like

  • Doesn't turn off instantly

4. Tracy's Dog Rabbit Vibrator

The traditional rabbit vibrator is often made from jelly and features a shaft that rotates while the rabbit vibrates. The option from Tracy's Dog on this list meet both of those features. It definitely doesn't look as sleek and luxurious as other toys on this list. But it also costs a fraction of the price, so you're not out much if you don't love it.

This rabbit vibe uses the same controls as dozens of rabbit vibrators before it. You can separately adjust both functions, which each have multiple settings. The thrusting and rotating inner shaft may be better at G-spot stimulation than some rabbits.

It also differs in that it has a butterfly-shaped clitoral stimulator. The wings and antenna will vibrator against you externally. This attachment is much bulkier than that on other rabbit vibrators, which may be a positive or negative depending on your anatomy.

Because of the way this rabbit works, it's going to be louder than some of the others you can buy. But it's been updated so that's rechargeable and won't suck up your batteries like older models.

Things We Liked

  • Price
  • Thrusts and rotates

Things We Didn't Like

  • Not a premium toy in appearance or construction
  • Made from TPE, which is porous
  • Butterfly doesn't provide intense stimulation

5. Gydoy Waterproof Stimulator

The last rabbit vibe on this list is also the cheapest. This is because of its simple design. The shaft is smooth, and the bunny vibrates against your clitoris through the ears. They're more stiff than the wings of the butterfly of the rabbit vibrator above.

A single button on the bottom of the toy controls the vibration functions, which which there are 10. With under 4 inches of insertable shaft, this is the better option for women who don't like deep penetration. Another difference between the vibrators by Lelo and Svakom and the Gydoy toy is that this one is softer.

Rather than rechargeable, it runs on 3 AAAs, so it may be weaker than some women need. If you frequently use your rabbit, you might find yourself going through many batteries.

The Gydoy rabbit is waterproof.

Things We Liked

  • Price
  • Easy to use
  • Doesn't need to be charged

Things We Didn't Like

  • Strength of vibrations
  • Small for some

The Best Rabbit Vibrator

It's difficult to recommend the best rabbit vibrator to a woman because everyone's body is different. You might like the performance of any toy on this list but find that it just doesn't fit your body. With the premium vibrators, you run the risk of losing a lot of money, and the more affordable ones may break more easily or not be powerful enough.

Svakom's Lucas vibrator seems premium but comes at a lower price. Plus, the long-lasting battery is a must if you frequently use your vibrator! That makes it the best rabbit vibrator for both beginners and longtime rabbit lovers.

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