Vibrating bunny performer - rabbit vibrator by NMC Ltd - review by cherryredhead88

Vibrating bunny performer

Rabbit vibrator by NMC Ltd

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Isn't This Supposed To Rotate?!

This bunny has provided the best experience out of the (now) three I have tried. It has good vibrations and is a great size, but it requires C batteries and the functions are loops.
Bottom line: rabbits are tricky- all the ones I have acquired so far have malfunctioned. Don't spend a lot of money on one unless you are sure it is for you, and make sure you keep fresh batteries (maybe rechargeable) handy. This gets 3 stars over all.
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Pros:
Rabbit is flexible to accomodate different women, good price and on sale right now
Cons:
C batteries, screwy functions
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review
Every once in a while I decide to give rabbits another shot. After the many fiascos I have had, I think it has become my mission to actually find one that works good for me. From my (very) first rabbit experience of the Water Proof Jack Rabbit, and my second experience with the Double Dare 4 Play I really don't care for them too much. Well the third time's a charm, and although this one doesn't blow my mind away, it certainly is progress from the last two.

Vibrating Bunny Performer is a rabbit style vibrator of a good size. It is 7 1/4 inches long, with about 5 inches insertable and a diameter of 1 3/8 inches. To me this is a great size- not too big, not too small, and not too fat for most. Even us size queens can be satisfied with the size of this bunny. The rabbit is about 4 inches long and protrudes from the bottom of the shaft. 2 1/2 inches of this is accessible from the shaft. The ears and nose make for great clitoral stimulation and it is flexible enough to accommodate women of different shapes.

This is made of PVC, which actually surprises me. I didn't even pay attention to the material when I was ordering this; I think I assumed it was TPR. I was fooled up until I was doing my review (I usually hit the material info page for reference), because it feels like TPR. It has a faint rubber smell and taste to it,but it is barely noticeable. It doesn't seem the least bit porous to me, but that might be because it reminds me of TPR.

PVC does contain phthalates, which are used to help soften materials. I am not clear as to whether this is porous or not, but I am assuming it is seeing that it only gains a 2/10 for material safety here at Edenfantasys. PVC is to be cleaned with soap and warm water, or an antibacterial toy wipe. While the rabbit itself appears to be waterproof, the controller definitely is not. Keep it out of water or it will break easily, I'm sure. This toy can not be sanitized, therefore sharing is not recommended without a condom.

Although this toy could be used for anal with a condom, I can't see how it would be the least bit comfortable with the rabbit on the shaft. Unless you could find a way to use it for added stimulation- that's its purpose in the first place (it works vaginally, so I suppose it is possible). I still wouldn't recommend anal with this due to the PVC material not being sanitizeable. (Is that a word?)

PVC is compatible with water and silicone based lubes, but oil based lubes can cause the material to break down and deteriorate.

Vibrating Bunny Performer is a bright magenta shade. I want to say it is a deeper pink, but it is somewhere in between there. Let's just say the product page depicts an accurate color. The head is pronounced, providing a nicer feeling of fullness without stretching you. The six or so nubs on the back of the shaft aren't noticeable during thrusting. The pearls inside are an opulent white, and, unlike other rabbits, kind of just sit there piled up in the shaft. Other rabbits I have seen have the beads connected to something, or each other, inside the vibrator. These beads just sit there loosely, allowing them to flow freely throughout the area to better stimulate you.

Now I am assuming that these beads would feel wonderful while using the rotating function, but I can't for the life of me figure out why mine won't vibrate. It is described as having this function, but mine does not. I am wondering if I need new C batteries, even though I just bought some with my Gyrating Massager not even a month ago. I am coming to the conclusion that rabbits need fresh batteries in order to properly function.
I also conclude that the Gyrating Massager is an incredible battery guzzler, since my Cs are pretty much dead after 3 uses with it. I will be providing a follow up review of this rabbit with fresh batteries and report back on whether the rotating function needs full power, and if it is a battery guzzler or not.
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Review Continued

The rabbit is powered by a hefty control pack that is 5 inches long and 2 1/2 inches across. It has two sliding controls on either side, one for rotation and one for vibration. The one on the left side of the pack controls the vibration, and the one on the right controls the rotation (or so I assume). The controller is a light opaque white and you can see everything inside- wires and all. It is connected to the rabbit by a 40 or so inch cord. The cord is curly but it stretches out as needed. As mentioned above, this toy takes 3 C batteries which seem to be a pain the butt to use.

I put 4 vrooms for power, because it was pretty strong for the short time I was able to use it. I put 2 for bee since it was not all that loud either. It would be heard through covers, but not through a door. It may be louder with full batteries, however, so don't quote me on that.

This is a rabbit so it is not discreet in the least bit. It is a fairly decent size, but the controller is heftier than the rabbit itself so it might be tricky to hide.


I do enjoy this rabbit, and for 20$ it can't be beat if it turns out to work right. I really hope it is just the batteries, because I have high hopes for this one. I plan on grabbing some more (batteries) next time I have an extra few bucks.
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Comments
  • BadassFatass
    Good review. I have never been able to decide quite how I feel about rabbits. I've never managed to find one that I really like.
  • ZenaidaMacroura
    Great review! I've only ever had one rabbit, and I definitely wasn't impressed with it. They just don't seem to work right.
  • Danielle1220
    Great review!!
  • buzzvibe
    Awesome review! With 3 C batteries powering this thing, it better have some oomph.
  • Mistress M.
    I've been shopping around for a rabbit, and I might have to try this one. The other two in mentioned in the review didn't seem to impress much, but this one seems like it might be more of what I'm looking for.

    Great review, thank you!
  • cherryredhead88
    Thanks everyone. Merridia- This would be a good one to try out at least, if it still on sale it is only 20$ as opposed to the usual 40$ or so for a rabbit!
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    Great review!
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  • Red Riding Hood
    This thing is adorable. Thank you for the nice review!
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    Thank you !
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