This toy is made from silicone, one of the highest rated materials in terms of safety. It's smooth to the touch, with very little drag against the skin. I was surprised to notice a slight plastic-y smell to the toy when I first removed it from the box, since silicone is generally odor-free (perhaps the smell was coming from the parts inside the toy). The handle area of the shaft is slightly ribbed, which makes it easier to keep a grip on if things begin to get slippery.
The shaft of this toy is phallic in shape, with a rounded head and slight bulge just below the head. The deciding factor on how well any given dual stimulation toy works for someone seems to be how well the placement of the clitoral stimulator lines up with the user's personal anatomy, so this slightly smaller-proportioned toy may be worth a try if you've had issues getting everything to line up in the past. The rabbit ears seemed to be a bit thicker and less flexible than those of the average rabbit toy.
This toy is quite simple to use, with one button to control the speed of rotation, one button to control the intensity of the rabbit vibration, and a separate on/off button that makes it easy to stop all functions quickly if you need to, without having to scroll back down as you have to with some toys. The Baby Rabbit offers seven vibration settings which include: low, medium and high steady vibrations, followed by short and longer steady pulses, pulses that build intensity, and a setting with three short pulses followed by one longer. Pressing the button that controls vibration again after the seventh setting causes all vibration to stop. Options for rotating the head of the shaft are limited to slow, medium and fast (with no option for change in direction of rotation). The controls make it easy to use one feature at a time, or both together.
It is nice and quiet, barely audible through a thick blanket, even with both vibration and rotation in use. It's definitely not the most powerful vibration level available on the market, though.
The Baby Rabbit is waterproof, so it's welcome to accompany you to the shower or bath. It runs on three AAA batteries, which are inserted by unscrewing a cap at the base of the shaft.
Silicone toys are nonporous, which means they can be sterilized. Although silicone itself can be boiled, you shouldn't drop this toy into boiling water since it has mechanical parts inside. Antibacterial soap with warm water can be used to clean up after each use, as can a toy cleaner or toy wipes. The use of silicone lubricants should be avoided, since they can break down the material, but water based lubes are good to go.
The smooth shaft of this toy makes keeping it clean a breeze, since there are no textured areas to collect dried fluids.
The Baby Rabbit comes in a slim cardboard box that is anything but discreet, as it features a life-sized photo of the toy in bright pink on the front and images of a woman in lingerie on each side. There's an informational paper insert, but the instructions printed upon it are of the "Insert batteries and turn it on" variety that most people can probably skip. Inside the box, the toy is nestled in a plastic tray shaped to fit its design. This could be used to store it, but it's probably not an ideal storage space.