Thumper Certainly Didn't Leave Me Feeling Twitterpated!This was my first rabbit vibrator, and it was a big let-down for me. I'd heard such good things about rabbits, but the traditional design really doesn't seem to work well for me. It's not a terrible toy, but it was a complete failure for my body.
Multiple speeds and patterns
Rotations barely felt
Doesn't hit g-spot
Rabbit ears too pokey
The handle is made from plastic, and has some indented texture for easier gripping.
Thumper is 9 1/2" long, with 5" insertable. The length worked pretty well for me. I was glad that I could fully insert the shaft so that the rabbit made contact with my clit, without being uncomfortably poked in the cervix. The shaft is 1 1/4" wide, or 4 1/4" in circumference, which is a bit on the narrow side for my preferences. The shaft has a slightly curved tip, which is meant to provide G-spot stimulation. The tip curves down and then back up, so it actually doesn't extend out any farther than the rest of the shaft does. The tip actually hits right in front of my cervix, where I am not very sensitive. My G-spot is only about an inch inside my vagina, so the curve at the tip is much too deep to reach it, and my G-spot doesn't get any stimulation from this toy. Although it lands in the right neighbourhood, the tip also doesn't stimulate my A-spot, or anterior fornix, which is a sensitive area that's sort of tucked up above the cervix.
The rabbit is abstract, with 2 ears and a nub for a nose being the only details. It reaches 1 1/2" up the shaft. My clit is about 1 3/4" away from my vaginal opening, so the ears fell beneath it when I inserted the toy, but I was able to move them up to rest against it. I had never used a toy with an actual rabbit shaped clit stimulator before this, and I found out that it really doesn't work for me. The rabbit ears feel pokey against the sides of my clit, and don't make enough contact with it to stimulate it properly. I now know that I need a broader surface, and firm pressure rather than flickering ears.
The handle fits comfortably in my hand during use, and is easy to hold onto. The battery cap twists off very easily. Unlike a lot of toys which require several turns to open, this one barely needs to be twisted, only about 1/8", before it pops open. There is a small O-ring inside the cap, and it is supposed to be waterproof, but I don't feel comfortable submerging the toy since I am worried it might pop open accidentally. Inside the compartment is a battery holder that slides out. It takes 3 AAA batteries. I like this design since it makes it easy to remove the batteries for storage, then quickly pop them back in for use. There are symbols showing which way the batteries go into the case, and it only fits into the compartment if it's facing the right way, so you can't go wrong.
There are 3 speeds of rotation. The tip has a small range of motion, and combined with the fact that it doesn't actually extend out from the shaft and hits a not-so-sensitive area, I can barely feel the rotations. When I clench my PC muscles I can noticeably slow the rotation, but can't completely stop it.
The rabbit has 3 speeds of steady vibrations, and 4 patterns: fast pulsing, revving, faster pulsing, and 3 short pulses followed by one long pulse. The ears move back and forth quite a bit when the vibrations are on. I find that the vibrations feel very buzzy and fluttery against my clit, and I don't think the power carries through the ears very well. When used the way it was intended, I give the rabbit 3 vrooms. I tried using just the body of the rabbit against my clit without the shaft inserted, and it felt stronger and less buzzy that way. If your clit is close to your vagina and you don't like the fluttery sensation, you could probably use the rabbit's nose or body instead of the ears to get more power.
The toy is reasonably quiet. If just the vibrations or just the rotations are on I would give it 2 vrooms. With both portions on high, it could probably be heard through the door, earning 3 vrooms.
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