Rabbits - what's the difference?

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DerelictWreck Sun 10-Jun-18 15:41:47

Taking the plunge with my first vibrator and I know rabbits are wildly revered. But which one?


I can orgasm solo no problem with clitoral stimulation, but can't get there in sex. It's like the nerves are dulled so I just don't feel anything properly, even though I've no problem doing the normal methods myself in front of my partners grin.

Which one would you choose and is there really a difference?

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MarieG10 Sun 10-Jun-18 17:50:33

The only thing with the Rabbit is it delivers very direct stimulation to the clitoris. If you struggle to orgasm that may be a good thing but if you prefer to enjoy a slow build up, I would look for something more soft and silicone like, assuming you want to use it inside you. I have seen some reports as well of vibrators using like a pressure suction direct to the clit which seem to be well rated...but haven't tried it

DerelictWreck Sun 10-Jun-18 18:30:28

Thanks for replying! That sounds interesting, know what they're called?

I don't think I need the slow build up, just need something to push me over with a partner I think.

Also doesn't need to be internal, but don't have much faith in the power of a bullet etc as it jus seems to simple?

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bowtieandheels Mon 11-Jun-18 15:36:56

The womaniser or the Lelo version of the womaniser...absolutely incredible. I am the same as you and can't orgasm through sex, you can hold this toy on your clit during sex and the orgasm is out of this world. Worth every penny. Rabbits are fun too but the womaniser is next level!

MickHucknallspinkpancakes Mon 11-Jun-18 16:16:51

Yes another vote for the Womanizer from me. Multiple orgasms in minutes for me.

I can't smile wide enough. grin

JuliaRobbers Wed 13-Jun-18 20:01:58

Ooh...just the question on my mind! Thank you OP! Can you lovely people please suggest which model of womaniser does the job for you? And is lovehoney the place to buy?

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