Vogue

G-spot rabbit vibrator by NMC Ltd

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Great beginner rabbit - has power, variety, and style.

Definitely worth it for the price, and a way better deal than any of the jelly options. Go for silicone, and try Vogue. It'll last a long time and blow your mind every session.
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Pros:
Soft "skin", Well-designed, Strong power, Almost silent, Easy-to-use, Non-Animal, Great pulses
Cons:
Buttons can be mixed up, Not totally waterproof
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review
I'm somewhat new to sex toy shopping, and this was my first rabbit vibrator. FANTASTIC purchase. One feature I really appreciate is the lack of animal face; this vibe features a plain pink bullet with two soft silicone antennae where the rabbit ears would be. Also, unlike the rotating beads on the main shaft of the "original" rabbit, the Vogue is textured with equidistant ridges. Pumping does detract somewhat from the experience of the clitoral vibrations, which was definitely the main attraction for me, but drag on the way out can be stimulating, and might add a new feeling around the point of climax, if the clit feels a bit overstimulated.

Overall feel: The material is soft, although the toy itself is rather inflexible. Let me explain. There feels to be a metal body running through the main shaft until about three inches from the tip, which contains a bullet. So the last three inches flex away from the main shaft, but are rigid, and the main shaft is rigid. The bullet in the "rabbit" is the same sort of solid, but there's a greater range of flexibility there, since the antennae are not supported by anything and the "joint" between the rabbit and the main shaft is only silicone, which allows the rabbit a 180-degree range of motion. All of this may sound somewhat critical; it's not. A firm main shaft wrapped in soft silicone is exactly the sort of material I find most appealing, and the range of motion for the bullet allows you to use only one finger, when playing with the toy, to tilt the rabbit into the ideal position.

Angles and Vibration: When I first opened the Vogue the rabbit seemed to be at the ideal angle for clitoral stimulation. Later I needed to use one finger to tilt the rabbit at the right angle. I think this is due to the flexibility of the rabbit in relation to the rest of the body, and although my finger does tingle when it is so close to strong vibrations, this isn't much of a bother. The Vogue has three levels of vibration, and ten "dynamic rhythms". The first is a standard high vibration, followed by 2. medium vibration and 3. low vibration. I found this to be a bit strange and backward, but not too much of a bother. Seven different pulses follow, with a variety of high pulses, low pulses, and in-between. At first I thought this was a bit much, but have found the variety to be useful, particularly when I am trying to bring myself to the edge without tipping over. Low pulses can be used to pull back, high pulses to push forward...I'll leave the exploration up to you, and I'm sure you'll soon find your favorite.

Design: There are two buttons: Power and Vibration. They are right next to each other and I've found myself accidentally turning the toy off during solo play, but since it comes back on to the vibration you were on I don't think this will be too much of a problem. They are soft push-buttons and are distinct from the harder battery case, though (as I said) not so much from each other. The battery case opens with a quarter-turn, and the Vogue takes two AA batteries. All-in-all it seems very well designed and constructed. I definitely thought this was a toy that thought had been put into.

On cleaning: the ridges make this a bit difficult, but if you really find it obnoxious, since the Vogue is 100% silicone you should be able to pop it in the dishwasher*. It attracts a bit of dust and dirt, but cleaning is super easy and it's a small price to pay for the safety that nonporous silicone offers.

*The packaging does say "This product cannot provide water resistance while in the bath or pool. Waterproof can only be provided when in the shower or while it is being cleaned with water." It's up to you whether you think that should include the top rack of the dishwasher. Personally I'm going to stick with soap and warm water.
Experience
This vibrator arrived on Friday afternoon. On Monday when my friends asked what I had done all weekend that had put such a smile on my face, I was hard-pressed to come up with something other than, "Masturbating." I've said it before, but GREAT purchase.
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My Vogue tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Long-distance relationships
    • Masturbation
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Campus/roommate living
    • Shower
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  • KinkyKatieJames
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    Thanks for the review! Stinks about the buttons.
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