Waves of sensual pleasure sweep through your body. Your clitoris and G-Spot have never felt so alive. You are completely stimulated - your two precious erogenous zones are the recipients of extraordinary vibrations, shaft rotations, and twisting, turning pearl pleasure beads.
The Hydro Bunny's magical motions and movements enthrall you. Its head rotates inside of your treasure chest of love, unlocking the secrets of G-Spot orgasms. Gently, the head rotates in a massaging motion that no one could easily forget. Powerful vibrations travel through its soft, flexible PVC material to your G-Spot.
While the shaft's rotations and circling pleasure beads focus on internal stimulation, the Hydro Bunny's clitoral tickler titillates your special button. Oh, the vibrations - your clitoris feels each pulsation, getting more aroused by the second. The union of sensual shaft rotations and clitoral vibrations introduces you to the unforgettable feeling of dual orgasms, clitoral and G-Spot.
Independent controls let you operate the shaft and clitoral tickler in unison or separately. Use the individual push buttons to control your orgasmic destiny. The Hydro Bunny is a waterproof dual stimulation vibrator that comes in handy when you feel the urge to masturbate in the shower, bathtub, hot tub, or pool.
The Hydro Bunny is a respectable dual stimulation rabbit-styled vibrator. Its not blessed with the Vibe Rabbit's power and elegance, but as a inexpensive alternative to more expensive vibrators, it is more than sufficient. I have my favorite dual stimulation vibrators, but the Hydro Bunny falls into middle ground territory, where less experienced women should begin their dual stimulation journey.
The head - more than the shaft, really - rotates with good circular motion. I felt the head slowly moving along my G-Spot, the entire G-Spot region. Each new twist and turn excited me more and more. My vagina tightens up when my G-Spot is stimulated, which is what happened the longer I played with the Hydro Bunny. I could feel every inch of the shaft, and also the moving pleasure beads, because my internal muscles contracted.
I had a G-Spot orgasm before I turned on the clitoral tickler. It wasn't the best G-Spot orgasms I've ever had, but it was an orgasm nonetheless. No doubt, though, things heated up when I chose simultaneous G-Spot and clitoral stimulation. The clitoral tickler made me climax in a matter of minutes, which was then followed by another G-Spot orgasm. I thought to myself, "If the Hydro Bunny makes me feel this fantastic, I can't imagine how much beginners will like it."
I consider the Hydro Bunny to be a good dual stimulation vibrator - one that I know beginners will get a kick out of. It doesn't waste time, that's for sure. Once the shaft rotations start and the clitoral tickler is buzzing, orgasms are just around the corner. Seriously, it doesn't take much at all. Beginners, perhaps, might not experience dual orgasms right away, but at some point, after playing with the Hydro Bunny for a while, dual orgasms are a strong possibility.
|Size:||7" total length|
|Battery Info:||4 AAA batteries required.|
It's only fair to tell you, I'm not the biggest fan of rabbit vibrators in general. However, the Hydro Bunny is probably one of the worst examples of a rabbit style toys I've ever seen. It is made out of PVC (meaning it DOES contain phthalates and should be used with a condom whenever inserted) and smells to high heaven. Not only do I not like pink things in my tootie, I REALLY don't like sex toys that emit a chemical odor.
It is a also a little too long for my personal preferences, and runs on AAA batteries, instead of C's or D's, so the power is a little weak for my liking. Add that it only has high and low settings for the bunny ears, right and left switches for the pearls; so I was beyond unimpressed.
A great rabbit style vibe that doesn't smell, and is phthalate-free is the Sally Seal or Mary Mermaid sex toys, and is a much better bang (quality, style, color choice, etc) for your buck. The Vibe Rabbit is also a way better choice.
I'd say this is worth less than a glimpse of your time; there are better fish (and bunnies, and seals, and mermaids) in the sea. Save your time, frustration and money.
Having something similar to this already I was comparative shopping. I like that the Hydro Bunny has push buttons instead of slider controls. I can't stand slider controls, because I frequently and accidentally slide knobs the wrong direction. I also like that, where the competitor's version is made of jelly, the Hydro Bunny is made of PVC material, making it a bit easier to clean.
There wasn't much variation on speed control or vibration function, but it was a good use of the few speeds it had. I like the rotation of the pearls better with the Hydro Bunny than with the Koi that I have. The Hydro Bunny is loud like a cement mixer. I thought that if it was going to be that loud it must be an amazing machine, but I think it was just the materials working against each other.
In the end, I was satisfied and felt that my time and energy were well spent. I admire any toy that is waterproof. The power seemed sufficient for me and the flick of the ears and spin of the tail were exactly what I needed.
I would like to make one addendum to this review: today I tried to take the batteries out. I can't figure out how to get them out of the toy. If I am being crazy so be it, but if you have a recommendation for me please let me know!
I was really excited to get a rabbit vibrator, being an avid Sex and the City fan. I was thrilled to try the vibrator that inspired an episode. As Charlotte said, it was cute and pink! But I was so disappointed by the results.
The batteries are really hard to load; it took me a good five minutes of playing with them to get them in. It also takes a lot of batteries. The grinding sound it made wasn't at all erotic or stimulating.
Furthermore, I really couldn't feel it doing anything special inside of me, and sometimes it couldn't move or vibrate as it wanted to, so it would stop against a certain amount of pressure. The ears of the rabbit (for clit stimulation) are not properly spaced for me, so the vibrations and texture don't work correctly or as I would have liked. Overall, this is not at all worth the hype.
Like other toys made of jelly material, the Hydro Bunny has that unpleasant odor. I left mine to air out for awhile, but it still stinks of northern New Jersey. That rant aside, this dual-action vibe is not bad for a mid-priced toy. The controls are convenient, at the side of the base and fairly simple to use, with separate on/off buttons for each function.
When inserted, I found the shaft size pleasing and the clitoral vibe aligned nicely with my clitoral nub. Unfortunately the clit vibe only has one speed, which for initial stimulation I found a bit mild and boring. And after prolonged stimulation, the pointy little nubs can sometimes become irritating. It is so hard to find just the right degree of delicacy and command for those hard-to-please clits!
The internal shaft has rotating beads that definitely rub me the right way. I did think it was funny that I could change the direction of the rotation when, in fact my pussy works either way, clockwise or counterclockwise and can't really tell the difference. But whichever direction they went, the revolving beads made me spin.
For solo-play, the Hydro Bunny can be a fun playmate, although it will never replace any of my favorites, like my Hitachi Magic Wand. It is just not compelling enough in its vibration ability to get me started and then get me off. I recommend trying the Pearl Thunder, too.
This type of toy works better for me as an adjunct to partner play. When used as additional stimulation, while other things are happily happening, it produces a quite satisfying sensation ... to have it buzzing my clit and gyrating inside.
So, this one will stay in my big toy box, but won't make into the upper echelons of my night-table drawer. Not bad for a fairly inexpensive toy. And, after a few more months of out-gassing, it probably won't be offensively odoriferous. So I'll keep my Hydro Bunny handy and when my favorite-est toy of all (which belongs to my Charming Consort, of course) is otherwise occupied, this orbiting shaft can take a turn at fulfillment.
I've seen this toy and toys like this for years and just never wanted to put out the big bucks to buy one. I just want to say that there are many things about this toy that I REALLY enjoyed and other things that, all and all, hindered my experience.
I played with the Hydro Bunny twice. Once with my boyfriend and once alone. The time with my boyfriend was a less fulfilling experience because the plastic is very firm, and I really needed to drive the toy myself to get the utmost pleasure. The hard nubbies and the vibrating ears felt a little too aggressive to my more sensitive parts when I wasn't in control. Though I liked that someone else was pressing the buttons.
Later in the week, when I picked the toy up again, I took it into the bathtub with me with some of my favorite erotica, and took my time with this sex toy. The slow screw or rotations of the shaft was fantastic and the vibrating bunny ears hit the right spot, but when I went to adjust the speeds, I found the buttons to be hard to adjust in my turned on state. In fact, when I went to speed it up, I ended up turning it off. Sigh. However, within seconds I had it back where I wanted and had a very satisfying orgasm.
Now, I mentioned that I've only used the toy twice, and that is not from disinterest. I have a new job and when I come home from work, if I want to jerk off, I use more tried and more effective methods and sex toys rather than experiment with newer toys. Once I get used to the new daily grind, I definitely plan on grinding on this toy more!
So this Hydro Bunny is really a good sex toy with different functions. With two independently controlled moving parts, it is quite a technical wonder. I must say, when I first touched it, I was instantly aroused. Something about the girth of the shaft excited me and compelled me to use it, and I successfully had an orgasmic experience.
There is something about the texture of the shaft's pleasure beads that is wonderful. I am not crazy about rotating on the inside (I would rather control it with my hand movements), but I do like the buzzing bunny ears. I can't ever imagine taking it into the bath ... but that's just me! Overall, it's a fun vibrating sex toy I will hang onto for a long time.
Again, this is one of those sex toys that looks so tempting, that it might be the greatest design ever, offering any possible stimulation you might dream of and then, to my amazement, the dream becomes a major disappointment when I actually try the toy out.
Yes, I enjoyed the massaging of my vaginal insides, but the bunny ears just didn't work for my clit. I guess I just enjoy a steady stream of clit stimulation, with a smooth and even surface tickling, something that requires more than two tickling ears. It's the first time I used a toy with turning pearl pleasure beads; but to be honest, the sensation wasn't as exciting and pleasurable as I had imagined. I didn't experience any type of G-spot stimulation, though everyone differs in this regard. Who knows?
I sincerely believe that the best sex toys for women are those that offer stimulation of the clit and simple vaginal penetration of some sort (both can vary, depending on a given woman's taste). From my own experience and from talking about this with girlfriends, I don't think most women need (or enjoy) crazy multispeed vibrations and beaded rotations for intense vaginal stimulation.
So in the end, it seems, I usually grab one of the simpler toys when I want to give myself pleasure or use them while playing with my partners' toys like the Pocket Rocket Booster, Silver Bullet, or Fukuoku 9000.
I found this bunny fun and likable. It's visually appealing, a very cute pink color. And it helps that I love bunnies. The noise level is moderate. The beads make a funny swishy noise. Being able to play with it in the bath added a playful element to the equation. Very conducive to silliness, sex toy play, and giggling which I find very erotic.
I did not like the way the little bunny ears felt on my clitoris. Feels a little rough and overstimulating, too ticklish. I would have liked it to be softer or more rounded and a variable speed. I didn't notice that much difference between the right and left rotation of the beads. It didn't smell as bad as the G-Spot Shockwave, but still had a bit of that unpleasant chemical smell.
Dual stimulation rabbit vibrators became my favorite type of sex toy about two years ago. I've owned many different designs and, yes, will be buying many more new designs in the future. The Hydro Bunny, as I see it, is one of the worst rabbit vibrator sex toys that I've encountered in that two-year period of experimentation.
I don't get caught up in all the phthalate-free rhetoric, so the fact that is made of PVC material doesn't bother me that much - that's what condoms are for. (Note: Not all PVC material contains phthalates, but it's always helpful to check.) The chemical smell was fairly strong, so I let mine dry out over the course of a few days, not the best way to enter into a relationship with a sex toy, right? Such an odor is a turnoff, so I recommend that the manufacturer take steps to eliminate the chemical smell.
I placed a condom over the Hydro Bunny's shaft, which wasn't the easiest thing to do; but I did finally tackle the job, and was ready to test its strength, durability, power, and stimulation capacity. I worked myself into an aroused state, then proceeded to play with this vibrator. I could not get into it, not in the least. The vibrations were weak, the controls were poorly made, and the shaft couldn't get the job done. One moment after another, one tease after another, the Hydro Bunny couldn't keep up with me.
Frustrated, I put the Hydro Bunny aside and grabbed my faithful friend, the Vibe Rabbit. In a matter of minutes, the Vibe Rabbit did everything that the Hydro Bunny could not do – proving to me, once again, that rabbit vibrators are either the ultimate stimulation sex toys or the worst of the worst. There's no middle ground with these types of sex toys, but I am fortunate enough to have been exposed to the really good ones. Don't waste your time, money, or effort on the Hydro Bunny. There are many other rabbit vibrators that better: the Sweet Magic, Vibe Rabbit, Mary Mermaid, and Decadent Indulgence. Any of those dual stimulators are worth a look. But, yeah,
I recommend women stay clear of the Hydro Bunny, because it is cheaply constructed, smells, and struggles with cooperative dual stimulation. Even the clit vibrator portion of the toy couldn't push into a delightful orgasm, which shouldn't be that difficult of a task.
Mixed emotions for mixed results. I have another dual stimulation vibrator. Alas, it's not a waterproof dual stimulation. In my eyes, this vibe's selling point is because it is waterproof, because I am a person who revels in bath/shower sex. I figured I'd be the same way with a sex toy in the shower.
I got off more from the clit vibrator than the shaft movement and vibrations. That was sorta disappointing. I can buy a better waterproof clit vibe, so it's a big deal to me. Thankfully, this is a somewhat inexpensive dual stimulation sex toy. But I feel more teased by it than pleased.