The Bunny G is made of TPE (sleeve), ABS plastic with PU Cote (controller), Silicone (buttons), and ABS plastic (beads). I'm really not sure what most of these materials are, and it's always a bit disconcerting to me to insert unknown materials into my body. But, hey, sometimes the mystery plastic does the job. The TPE sleeve is very soft, which is a plus to me, as some of the harder toys can be uncomfortable. But it's gummy so it picks up every speck of lint or fuzz. Also, it has a very plastic-y smell to it, even after several washings.
The Bunny G is a really nice size. I have found most rabbit-style toys to be too big, and this smaller bunny fits just right. The bunny ears are supposed to go around your clit, but they are soft enough that it doesn't matter if they don't fall just right. Someone who is serious about their toys might find this only useful as a warm up, but it's small enough to add to the toy bag and still leave room for the big guns.
The controls are on the base and easy to use, but I would have liked to be able to control the clit buzzer and the internal rotation separately. The controls are an on/off button, a hi/low button to control the vibrations(very little difference between speeds), and a right/left button to control the direction of the internal rotation (speed would have been more helpful here). It worked fine in the shower; I haven't tried it fully immersed.
This buzzy little bunny gets the job done, but without being able to shut it off, it's hard to appreciate the rotating G spot shaft. I shut it off, used it as a dildo, and was able to more fully appreciate the internal parts that way.
Well, TPE is not sterilizable, and this toy is not practical to use a condom with, so it's definitely a one person toy. It needs to be kept in either the plastic it came in, or some other non-reactive container away from other toys, as I have found this type of material doesn't play well with others. It's waterproof so that makes cleaning super easy, just make sure it's closed tightly, and wash with soap and water or a toy cleaner. It says it's safe with water- and silicone-based lubes; I used a water based and had no problems. It says to store without batteries, and since I've had some fun toys ruined by oxidized batteries, that's how I store it. The batteries sit in a 'pack,' so it's easy (4 AAAs) to keep ready to go.
The packaging can be used to store the toy, but I don't think it was meant to. The toy is small, but the packaging is not, so storing it that way cuts down on its discretion. There were few instructions, but it's a pretty simple toy, and the controls didn't take long to figure out.
The Bunny G is a nice toy, and, were it made of a different material or had a buzzy on off switch, it could be my new favorite. As it is though, it will stay in the toy bag as a warm-up toy.
I used the Bunny G on my own, both in the shower and in bed, its waterproof nature makes it easy to be discreet when you cant get the alone time. I also had my partner use it on me; it took him a couple of tries to get it down, but he's able to get just the right angle much better than I can alone.