Review: Silicone Jack Rabbit

This month for the Sexperts program I was sent a classic but updated item, the Silicone Jack Rabbit.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  In-ie and out-ie
  • Manufacturer:  California Exotic Novelties
  • Materials:  Silicone and ABS Plastic
  • Size:  10″ in length; 4.5-5″ insert-able; 1.75″ at the widest
  • Price:  $81.99
  • Pros:  Silicone; Water-proof; Easy to clean; Beads rotate on a track;  Multiple levels of rotation and vibration;  Good vibration strength; Fairly quiet
  • Cons:  Not so great packaging;  Small seam; No batteries included; Vibrations are a little too buzzy for my taste; Very expensive
  • Intensity: 3.5/5
  • Volume: 2/5
  • Overall Rating: 4/5
  • Recommended: Yes, if you can spend the money

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The package

The packaging for the Silicone Jack Rabbit is not very exciting.  It comes in the fairly standard plastic package and you can see the toy through it.  It’s very obvious what it is, so it’s not very discreet.  It is possible to store the  toy in the box, but since I have so little space I just tossed it.  It does say that it is Pure Silicone on the package and lists some of the features.  It also says “The Original  Now in Silicone”.  Since I have never tried the original CEN Jack Rabbit, I can’t really comment on how it compares.

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The jack rabbit

The Silicone Jack Rabbit is, as the name says, made from silicone.  I was wary at first but I got out my lighter and I torched it for quite a while and it left no mark so I’m comfortable saying it’s silicone.  The silicone has a matte feel and does create a good bit of drag so I suggest using some water-based lube with it.  The toy consists of three basic parts: the shaft, the bunny, and the control pannel.  The entire toy is around 10″ long.   Since the toy is water-proof cleaning isn’t too difficult either.  It was very easy to wash under the tap with soap and water or you could also use toy cleaners or wipes or even bleach it.  One thing to point out though is that there is a light seam that runs the entire length of the toy.  I can barely feel it with my fingers though and could not feel it at all once inserted.

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The battery compartment

The shaft has a stylized head with a few dots that I could not feel and has around a 4.5-5″ insert-able length.  About 1.5″ inches below the bottom ridge of the head is a translucent section that allows you to see the six columns of metal beads that spin with each column having three beads.  Since the beads are on a track they spin very easily and don’t get jammed.  The shaft above the beads also rotates a bit.  I did notice it rotates in more of an oval than a circle.  It also takes a lot of pressure to stop the rotation and spining of the beads which is very nice.  I’ve had some where you can squeeze lightly and the rotation will just stop.  The spinning does make a bit of noise, but it’s not as loud as you would expect.  The tracks allow the beads to spin much quieter than if they weren’t.

The bunny portion is about 3″ long and has two 1″ long thin ears.  When you turn on the vibrations these ears go to town and really get to flapping.  The vibrations can be felt through the entire toy as well.  The vibrations are fairly quiet, at least enough to feel comfortable using this behind a closed door.  There are three levels of steady vibrations and four patterns.  The vibrations are fairly strong, especially for using 3 AA’s.  The vibrations are a bit buzzy though and are a bit too buzzy for my liking.  When I tried out the toy, I really enjoyed the  rotation, especially the spinning of the beads and the bunny actually hit my clit very nicely.  However, I could not get the entire bulb of rotating beads inserted, so I do wish it was up a little bit higher or that the bunny arm were more flexible so that I could insert the toy further.  I’d love to have just a bulb of rotating beads that I could use to massage my g-spot.

The vibrations and the rotation/spinning are all controlled with the control panel on the handle.  There are four buttons and six LEDs on the handle.  The top LEDs and top two buttons controls the speed of rotation.  There are three speeds of rotation that you can go up and down through with the up and down arrows.  The difference between these speeds isn’t extreme, but is still noticeable.  The middle button switches the direction of rotation.  What ever direction you turn it of on will be the direction it starts on when you turn it on again.  The bottom LEDs and button control the vibrations.  The LEDs will flash to the speed or pattern you set the vibrations too.  To turn off the vibrations you push and hold the bottom button for a few seconds.  If you have any speed of rotation activated as well it will also turn off the rotation, which I found a little annoying, but it can also be good if you need to turn it off very quickly.  As I mentioned earlier, it is powered by three AA batteries (not included of course) and are inserted into the handle.  It comes with a battery pack that you can put your batteries in and makes it very easy to remove the batteries when the toy is not in use.

Overall, I think the Silicone Jack Rabbit is a fairly nice toy.  I like that it’s silicone and that the rotating beads are on a track.  The only problem I have is that it is $82.  A poor college student like me would not be able to afford something like this, and while I think it’s a nice toy, I’m not sure if it’s really worth the price.  I think if it had a less buzzy vibration and were rechargeable the price would be justified.

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*This review was sponsored by California Exotic Novelties, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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