Toy Review: The Fun Factory Miss Bi Der Vibrator

It is incredibly, infuriatingly, immensely difficult for me to talk about the Miss Bi Vibrator and there is no satisfying reason as to why.

It isn’t because this toy is so bad that I struggle to muster up the vitriol. Nor is it because this toy is so exceptional that I have no words. No. The problem I have about the Miss Bi Vibrator is that it completely fails to work for me on a fundamental level despite being an objectively good vibrator.

Conventional rabbit vibrators have always been a bit tricky to get right for various reasons. Yet the Miss Bi manages to correct a few of these issues and, still, I can’t reach orgasm with it. So if the toy isn’t at fault then what’s the problem? Read on and I’ll try my best to articulate this befuddling situation.

The Fun Factory Miss Bi Der Vibrator

The Fun Factory Miss Bi Vibrator is the answer to many people’s prayers.

Basically one of the most common issues with rabbit vibrators is sizing. Too often the shaft of the rabbit will be too long—so that when you want clitoral stimulation you have to push the curve of the rabbit’s shaft past your G-spot and if you want G-spot stimulation then you’re not hitting the clitoris.

This vibrator delivers what many people have wanted for a long time.
This vibrator delivers what many people have wanted for a long time.

Rabbit vibes also tend to have an issue where if you want to put pressure on the G-spot you have to do so in a way that takes pressure off the clitoris and vice versa.

Basically it can be a recipe for…not necessarily ‘disaster’ but certainly ‘underwhelming results’.

The Miss Bi Vibrator goes a long way to solve this issue. With a shaft that is shorter and a well-sized clitoral arm the Miss Bi Vibrator is designed to tackle the typical problems regarding length. The internal shaft of the Miss Bi is also nicely curved and has a bulge at the lower section, which enables a filling sensation during use.

It works too; the Miss Bi Vibrator managed to fit my anatomy incredibly well. The only issue I had was with it slightly over-shooting my clitoris, but that is much more manageable than having a clitoral arm that is too short or poorly angled.

In terms of dimensions the Miss Bi Vibrator is a total length of 7.25 inches with a useable insertable length of about 3.25 inches. The circumference of the largest part of the Miss Bi’s insertable section is 5 inches Meanwhile the tip is a very manageable 3.5 inches. The useable length of the clitoral arm is about 1.5 inches long.

Because the Miss Bi has a clitoral arm (which acts as a stopper) it’s also safe for anal use, which is great for those more interested in prostate play.

The Miss Bi Vibrator is made out of silicone and ABS plastic. Both of these materials are phthalate-free, non-porous and generally body-safe. Fun Factory silicone is matte with a lot of drag but it never becomes unpleasant on the Miss Bi. In fact is adds a bit more grip during internal use which can enhance the experience for some.

This vibrator also a few great features. Firstly it’s 100% waterproof, making it incredibly easy to clean. The loop handle also makes it easier to hold or to let another wield for you. It is USB rechargeable and comes with a travel lock feature. The controls also have a quick stop button, which is one of my favourite feature on all Fun Factory’s products.

The Miss Bi is rechargeable and its buttons enable ease of use.
The Miss Bi is rechargeable and its buttons enable ease of use.

One of the more exciting features about the Miss Bi is its controls. Aside from the on/quick stop button there are two other buttons. These buttons independently control the two motors in the toy. This means that you can have any variation of the internal and clitoral sections being on/off, on a particular pattern, or on any of the 3 intensities of continuous vibrations.

This feature was a must for me—because I like gentle internal vibrations but strong external ones—so the Miss Bi gained a lot of brownie points for this. It certainly helps cater to more people’s preferences.

When it comes to the vibrations the Miss Bi has two different types. The shaft of the Miss Bi has deep, rippling, rumbly vibrations which are pretty damned respectable. As they get more powerful these vibrations get a bit more rapid and buzzy but they’re still pretty satisfying. Meanwhile the clitoral arm has flickering, high pitched buzzy vibrations that are a bit shallower. Together these two combine well and reverberate off of each other but it does blur the nuances of the two a bit (which is a shame).

Herein lies the problem, though.

As I’ve already said before, I prefer my internal vibrations to be a bit gentler. Or if they’re not gentle then I at least need the clitoral vibration to be more intense, and I’m a power queen.

Because of this the Miss Bi was just totally ill-suited to my preferences. I liked the internal vibrations in theory but they were too powerful when inserted and overwhelmed the external vibrations. Meanwhile the clitoral arm’s vibrations were too shallow and too buzzy to really get me to orgasm, they were powerful but in a numbing way.

If my clitoris isn’t satisfied I’m not satisfied and, as such, I couldn’t orgasm using the Miss Bi, despite it fitting well enough.

Despite all the pros in this toys corner it just wasn't for me.
Despite all the pros in this toys corner it just wasn’t for me.

This won’t be a problem for everyone but, for me, this toy just so happened to be the antithesis of what works for me, and it’s a shame. I wish the clitoral arm’s vibrations were more like those in the shaft. Then maybe I’d be able to get somewhere. As it stands I can’t.

The Miss Bi also made me realize that I just don’t like rabbit vibrators in general. Even if they fit it’s never going to be a perfect match. I love the independence of dual-wielding toys and toys that take that away from me simply feel restricting. This will not be the case if you love rabbit vibrators, but it is for me.

In reality the Miss Bi is a pretty good option for die-hard fans of the rabbit style. It fixes a lot of problems and its vibrations are both respectable and varied but you really need to know your preferences before purchasing the Miss Bi.

The only other problem with the Miss Bi is that it is quite loud, which might be a deterrent for those who value discretion.

Final Thoughts

I think it should be apparent by now that I can’t, in good conscience, personally recommend this toy, but neither would I immediately discourage people from buying it.

Overall the Miss Bi is a good candidate for some people’s favourite rabbit, but only if you like the buzz/rumble combo that Miss Bi is sporting. If you love powerful internal vibrations and don’t care much about equally matched clitoral stimulation then the Miss Bi could also be a winner for you.

I’ll be eager to see what other reviewers have to say about the Miss Bi because I feel like reading multiple reviews will give potential buyers more of a grasp on this product.

As for me, I feel like personal preferences meant that this toy just couldn’t deliver the orgasms I want, but I hold out hope that the Miss Bi will fulfill some people’s hopes and dreams.

Recommend to:

People who love rabbit vibrators.

People who like powerful internal vibrations.

People who like independent motors.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who dislike rabbit vibrators.

People who dislike powerful internal vibrations.

People who dislike buzzy clitoral stimulation.

Fun Factory provided me with the Miss Bi in exchange for and honest review.