The Tracey Cox line at Lovehoney created a rabbit vibrator with a chic design, likely inspired by the “classic” Vibratex rabbit vibrators of yore. This is a good thing, because the rabbit vibe featured on Sex and the City is porous and icky–besides, it’s a hideous opaque pink. As you can see in the image above, this rabbit is aesthetically pleasing. This product meets my criteria of quality in that it is non-toxic, non-porous, and it has several nice vibration and rotation settings that have a moderate noise level and power level, which I’ll discuss below.

I feel like a rabbit vibe is one of those classic toys that I need to at least try for myself to be able to talk about how it works for me. This is mainly because in the realm where sex toys aren’t discussed much, many people have heard of the rabbit vibe and the Hitachi Magic Wand. So I think it’s important for me to tell you about my experiences using this Lovehoney rabbit vibe.

Firstly, let me say that I think the idea of the rabbit vibrator is a good one, but I think that the execution is poor. What I mean is that a rabbit vibrator is geared for simultaneous clitoral and G-spot stimulation (a TWO-FER!), and that is a terrific idea. However, this rabbit (and I’d guess most other rabbit vibes) doesn’t succeed in stimulating either things, let alone both at once. The vibrations are pleasant, rather quiet (for being powered by 3 AAA batteries), and have several intensity and pulsation settings. However, these are not enough to get me off via clitoral stimulation. I found myself pushing the rabbit’s tip to the side so I could rub my clitoris with my fingers instead.

Then it comes to the G-spot stimulation. The shaft of the rabbit has a twirl motion with three settings. Twirl? What? Think of twirling your finger and this is the motion the rabbit’s shaft does. The only really discernible difference among the three rotations is that the noise level increases. While using this toy, I cannot feel a notable difference among the settings–and I don’t get any pleasure from them.

Having said that, my thought was that since the tip and shaft are working to stimulate my body, rabbit vibes are meant to be stationary while in use. A stationary rabbit is a disappointing rabbit, but so is a thrusting one. The tip of the shaft is too small and flimsy to hit my G-spot well. I think that if the shaft was firmer and/or perhaps slightly longer or curved, it would hit my G-spot better. As-is, it doesn’t twirl enough to stimulate my G-spot, nor to give me any notable internal pleasure.

So, for me? No orgasms from using the Tracey Cox Rabbit.


Here are the details:

  • Length: 9.5″
  • Insertable length: 4.5″
  • Base diameter: 1.75″
  • 3 rotation/twirl settings
  • 7 vibration/pulsation settings
  • Material: silicone
  • Splash-proof
  • Free of phthalates and latex
  • Power: 3 AAA batteries, not included


I like the rabbit’s design and look, even if it does require batteries. However, even with me pleased with its specs, it wasn’t enough to please me in the important ways.

Thank you to Lovehoney for providing me with the Tracey Cox dare! Rabbit Vibrator in exchange for my honest review of the product. xoxo