Loving Joy Jessica Rabbit Original Review

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Loving Joy Jessica Rabbit Original Vibrator

I received the Loving Joy Jessica Rabbit Original Vibrator to test and provide an honest, unbiased review for, when I was at the La Boudoir Boutique opening in Canterbury.

In the past I didn’t really like rabbit vibrators, rampant or not. None of them had ever really ‘done it’ for me, despite the furore surrounding THAT scene in Sex and the City. I found them noisy, battery hungry, heavy and the clit stim was in the wrong place for my anatomy. After falling in love with the Whooper Swan rabbit vibrator, I vowed to give all rabbit vibrators a fair crack of the whip in future instead of merely refusing to even try them out.

So here we are, with the Loving Joy Jessica Original.

This rabbit vibes comes sat in a plastic moulded insert, inside a cardboard outer box displaying details of the product. The packaging has changed from a few years ago, when the same rabbit vibrator was sat in transparent, plastic clamshell packaging.

This rabbit vibe sells for approximately £20 so it’s a cheap and cheerful intro to sex toys for those unused to anything better. Unfortunately, I didn’t get on with this rabbit vibe and it took me back to the dark times when all rabbits were on the ‘naughty list’. Why? Well there are quite a number of reasons I don’t rate the Jessica Rabbit Original…

It’s pink. Not just any pink but that garish, neon pink that not only I, but many of my colleagues in the sex toy blogging and reviewing world particularly despise. It says mass produced. It says cheap. It says tacky. It says you think we’re gonna love your gaudy pink vibrator because we’re women and obviously buy anything that’s bright pink. Wrong.

First impressions were that this is a cheaply made, standard Chinese import sex toy and the small print on the box agrees. Not only is it a cheaply made, produced by the thousands rabbit vibe, it looks like one. Get what you pay for. The ‘velvet touch control unit’ harks back to the large, heavy sex toy units of the 70s and 80s – the equivalent of the brick mobile phone compared to the sleek mobiles on the market in this century.

Yes, this thing is heavy. If you love combining weight training with your masturbation this will be a plus. I’d rather have a vibrator that was light to pick up and less of a humongous intrusion to my solo playtimes, personally.

The material. Stated as being TPR, and compatible with water based and silicone lubricants, I would advise caution using this device inside you. There’s a slight petroleum smell from the rubber once you remove it from the box and I would like to see this rabbit (and the rest of the range) subjected to rigorous material testing procedures to ensure the box claims are actually true. I wouldn’t leave this lying next to any jelly, rubber or silicone sex toys either; you’ll end up with a puddle of goo in your toy box.

How many batteries? 4 AAA batteries, to be precise. They’re not provided, so dig deep into your battery stash. Be prepared to replace the batteries often, this is a hungry beast of a vibrator. I should be happy it doesn’t use watch batteries, I suppose.

The beads in the ‘neck’ of the Jessica Original rabbit vibrator are those pearl style balls. ‘squirmy pearls’, the box amateurishly describes them as; in fact it has been proven that these beads will rot away and disintegrate with use in a surprisingly short period of time.

This vibrator is easily broken. I can pop the metallic bullet in the clitoral stim up into the outer sleeve of the rest of the vibrator; the neck of the vibe snaps with not that much pressure applied and out pop all those ‘squirmy pearls’ made of goodness-knows-what. Don’t get too hot and heavy with this thing, beware.

Do you want this in your vagina?
Do you want this in your vagina?

Ah yes, the heat. After the Jessica Rabbit Original has been on for a while, say, the amount of time it takes a woman to orgasm, the control unit is VERY warm. Cheap motors and mechanics combine to give a warmth in the bedroom that isn’t arousing, it’s just scary.

The length of time taken to get aroused by this thing isn’t helped by the sheer amount of noise it makes. Discreet, it is not. Reminds me of a dentist’s drill on even the lower levels – not really something you want emanating from between your thighs!

The control buttons are not flush with the unit and they stick out quite far. This makes them easy to find – but as there’s 4 of them on the control panel you have no idea which does what when you’re mid-session. There’s 2 on/off buttons, one marked R/L (right, left swirling of the beads and shaft) and one marked Hi/Lo (speed of the clit stim vibrations). You get more function and speed choice on other rabbit vibrators at about the same price.

The material (TPR) collects dust and dirt easily when you’re storing it in a bag or a drawer. You need to rinse it off before each use. There’s no storage bag provided so you’d need to find your own storage bag for it or resign yourself to a rinse of your rabbit before each session.

On the reverse of the tip of the shaft, which is shaped like a penis (don’t you know women need to have a penis shaped sex toy there’s no other way they could possibly be aroused) is a face. Now, if you know your sex toys, you’ll know why a lot of the earlier rabbits had faces on (Japanese laws frowned upon the manufacture of marital aids that resembled phalluses, so a face was added). However, this is 2013 and I don’t want a face on my rabbit vibrator’s frenulum. It’s not twee or cute, it’s silly, tasteless and cheap. Has no-one changed the factory equipment in the last couple of decades?

I didn’t want to use this rabbit vibrator inside me, so I covered it with a condom first. I just didn’t and still don’t trust the material. As I thought, the clit stim didn’t feel arousing, the split ears and the location of them is wrong for my anatomy, just as they were on the first rabbit vibrator I bought at an Ann Summers party back as a teen. Try to get aroused by the flicking ears and you’ll just end up with a torn clit hood. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

On top of that, it lacks power. The drudgery of the motors whirring and grating inside don’t equate to any decent power output, so I was left disappointed, dissatisfied and flinging the Jessica Original Rabbit vibrator off the bed as I reached for a sex toy which could actually deliver.

In summary, this is a cheaply made rabbit vibe which lacks style, sophistication, power or any of the groundbreaking technology which makes the sex toys of this century so popular and efficient.

The Loving Joy Jessica Rabbit Original vibrator is available from the wonderful sex toys shop at Adult Toys UK, where you can purchase it for £19.95. However I would urge you to invest in a higher standard of rabbit vibrator, if that’s the style of sex toy you want.

Please read my rabbit vibrator reviews here, or check out these suggestions:

Budget Rabbit Vibrators (Under £30)

First Time Flexi Slider Waterproof Rabbit Vibrator £16.99 (bargain)

Le Rêve Sweeties 7 Function Rabbit Vibrator £17.50 in the sale (body safe silicone material!)

Adrien Lastic Cyclone G-Spot Rabbit Vibrator £24.99 (G spot angling, body safe silicone material)

Rocks Off Bullet Bunny Rabbit Vibrator (2 toys in one, removeable RO-120 bullet vibe! Batteries included) £24.99

Luxury Rabbit Vibrators

Nexus Femme Bisous Rabbit Vibrator (swirly head! rechargeable and silicone)

Swan Rabbit Vibrators (Silicone, waterproof, powerful, I’m in love!)

Je Joue FiFi Rabbit Vibrator (Generous proportions, waterproof, rechargeable, silicone)

LELO Ina 2 Luxury Rabbit Vibrator (waterproof, rechargeable, silicone, powerful, popular & different colours)

– Cara Sutra

Quick Review:

What’s the full product title/name?

Loving Joy Jessica Rabbit Original Rabbit Vibrator

How big is it/size?

Length 9.8 inches, insertable length, 4.1 inches, maximum circumference 5.2 inches

What is it made from/which material?

TPR with plastic handle

Which batteries does it take? Is it rechargeable?

4 x AAA batteries (not included)

Which lubricants can I use with it/compatible lubes?

States water based or silicone but I advise water based only

How many modes of vibration does it have/number of modes?

2

Is it waterproof?

Yes

Does it contain latex?

No

Does it contain phthalates?

No

Does it come with a storage bag?

No

Does it come with full instructions?

No

Does it have a guarantee or warranty?

No

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