Choosing a low-priced but good-quality Rabbit

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Choosing a low-priced but good-quality Rabbit

emiliaa emiliaa
I'm very interested in the Rabbit-style toys, with the clitoral stimulator and especially with the rotating beads. However, I have yet to actually try one. I know that I like both penetration and clitoral stimulation, and I can only imagine the rotating beads would feel *awesome*.

So does anybody want to help me pick out a rabbit? ^_^ I'd love some advice and suggestions. I've been doing my research and I'd (ideally) like to find something that's fairly low-priced but made of hygenic materials, and if it has the rotating beads, I'd like one that doesn't tend to lock up if I clench around it. (I'm really not sure I'd have that problem, but I am fairly small, so it could happen.)
06/05/2011
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VioletMoonstone VioletMoonstone
I got my first rabbit, it's the waterproof jack rabbit. It's made of jelly and it stinks soooo bad, like a black marker. I don't really like jelly. Sometimes it's ok but the smell, woah! It's also really big. I wish I would have gotten something smaller and probably cheaper as a first rabbit... rabbits can be tricky because not all of them "fit" every woman's body sometimes.
06/06/2011
emiliaa emiliaa
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Originally posted by VioletMoonstone
I got my first rabbit, it's the waterproof jack rabbit. It's made of jelly and it stinks soooo bad, like a black marker. I don't really like jelly. Sometimes it's ok but the smell, woah! It's also really big. I wish I would ...
I seee. I would like one that's of better material, but it's kind of expensive, know what I'm saying? and I'd hate to spend so much and have it not fit xD
06/07/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
I went through recently looking for some decent material rabbits that aren't going to cost the earth.
From what I found, if ya want the rotating beads, ya really need to spend up around $80 for TPR to get something that looks good.

I'm yet to fork out that cause I have 3 rabbits that I'm very happy with for now. One of those is a silicone one I got very cheap on sale outside of Eden. It has one row of rotating beads. The company was selling out of them so I was able to grab it for only $20. Best purchase!
06/08/2011
emiliaa emiliaa
Quote:
Originally posted by Shellz31
I went through recently looking for some decent material rabbits that aren't going to cost the earth.
From what I found, if ya want the rotating beads, ya really need to spend up around $80 for TPR to get something that looks good. ...
Damn, nice find! I've seen some pretty decent deals on here, too, but none of them have the rotating beads which I am oh-so-curious about. Looks like I might have to save up my money and/or points to get a more expensive one.
06/09/2011
catalunalilith catalunalilith
thanks for all the help!
07/11/2011
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