The “Rabbit,” first popularised by Sex & the City, is arguably the most iconic sex toy ever. And until a few nights ago, I’d never tried one. I saw the monstrosities available in Ann Summers (back before I realised Ann Summers are trash and vowed never to shop there) and they just didn’t appeal to me at all. They were too big, too garish-looking, and didn’t seem like they’d provide anything meaningful in the way of clitoral stimulation.
The Rabbit Company, though, have changed all that. After two years of research and development, they’ve created a line of rabbit-style toys that are high quality, body-safe and a joy to use.
So how was it?
Something you should know about me is that I don’t often go for clitoral and G-spot stimulation at the same time. It does work for me occasionally, but it has to be done exactly right and I have to be in the mood for it. My cunt is a fickle creature. This is another reason I’ve never been particularly drawn to a Rabbit toy before.
It was the “come hither” motion that gave the model its name, combined with the impressive vibration power in the ears, that led me to this one. And ohhh my. It moves against the G-spot in a way that somewhat mimics how I like to be fingered, and the different speed settings mean you can ramp it up or down to suit. The vibrating ears also have six different patterns, each of which can be increased or reduced in intensity. It’s not super girthy and the insertable length is about 4 inches. The Come Hither Rabbit is rechargeable via USB cable (included, though the adapter is not.)
With a generous smear of water-based lube on both the shaft and ears, the Come Hither Rabbit slid into me smoothly and the ears fit comfortably around my clit. It took a little playing to get it into exactly the right position, and I’m sure the “right” angle of penetration and positioning of the ears and whiskers will vary for everyone, but the silicone has some flex so can be maneuvered into position.
I came really fast with the Come Hither Rabbit. Even factoring in for the few days of build up (I was sick for a few days and didn’t feel like wanking) and the excellent porn I found, this still got me off in under 5 minutes, which is pretty incredible by my body’s usual standards. The orgasm was intense, long, and incredibly satisfying as a result of stemming from both clitoral and g-spot situation.
It’s official: I’m a Rabbit convert.
My Ratings (all scores out of 5★)
The Come Hither Rabbit retails for $159.99 at SheVibe and $169 at or Peepshow Toys. Yes, it’s an expensive toy. However, I’m going to put my opinion out there and say it’s worth the investment – though I wouldn’t recommend it unless you know dual stimulation toys work for you. The quality is stellar. All Rabbit Company toys come with a 5 year warranty as standard, too.
The Come Hither Rabbit is seam-free, high quality silicone and it’s just so very soft. |It is also body-safe, non-porous and hypoallergenic.
It’s a pretty standard toy design, but I really like the bright purple colour. The adorable little ears and whiskers also make me giggle.
Ease of Use: ★★★★
It has one simple control panel – the on/off button, the up/down speed control buttons, and the centre button to cycle through the different vibration patterns. This toy is easy to hold and not too heavy, either. It’s likely to take a little practice to position the Come Hither Rabbit correctly for your body’s preferences, but I found it easy to keep in the desired position once I’d found it.
Ease of care & cleaning: ★★★
Its smooth shape and seam-free silicone make the Come Hither Rabbit easy to clean with a sterile wipe or warm water and soap. The whiskers are a little more fiddly to clean so take extra care in that area.
The Come Hither Rabbit is not waterproof, though it is splash-proof. Be careful if cleaning it with soap and water and don’t submerge it. The shaft can be covered with a condom for safe penetration, though it would be difficult (not impossible – you could use a dam or some cling-wrap) to use a barrier for the ears part. Therefore, either be super fastidious with cleaning or don’t share it with a non fluid-bonded partner.
Multiple intensity levels and six vibration patterns make the Come Hither Rabbit somewhat versatile. It’s definitely an “internal and external at the same time” toy – you can’t readily use just the clitoral part or just the internal part without the other.
Yes. Yessssss. This beauty has lovely, intense vibrations that got me off hard in record time.
I repeat: yesssssss.
Overall Score: ★★★★
Downsides: despite the advertising, this toy is definitely NOT “whisper-quiet.” The “come hither” motion makes a moderately loud and very distinct noise which can best be described as a whine. It’s not waterproof, if you care about such things. It’s not the easiest to clean.
Upsides: The intensity of the vibration and the perfection of the G-spot stim was what clinched it for me. Definitely a winner.
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