Toy Review: The Tracy’s Dog Silicone Rabbit Vibrator

I think it’s fair to say that this vibrator is not for me.

It’s for someone—many individuals, I’m sure—but not me.

Oh well. I tried.

When you strip everything back (all of my preferences, all of my pre-conceived notions) there really is nothing bad about the Tracy’s Dog Silicone Rabbit Vibrator. This vibrator comes across as a bit confused to me—what with the reversed placement of its shaft) but at no point is it a bad toy. This is a functional toy.

It’s also not the right toy for me.

So….yeah.

The Tracy’s Dog Silicone Rabbit Vibrator

The Tracy’s Dog Silicone Rabbit Vibrator is your stereotypical, iconic-as-all-hell rabbit vibrator. If one of the lovely ladies from Sex and the City encountered this vibrator I’m sure they’d be wowed by its impressive 5 inches of insertable girth, it’s 8 different vibration patterns, and its swirling, 360 rotational shaft (which goes clockwise and counter clockwise).

Of course I am not from the Sex and the City generation, but I do appreciate the power of a chunky, stereotypical rabbit vibrator. The design is timeless for a reason and that’s because many people like it (…At least I hope they do…Do you?…Please tell me we don’t just keep this thing around for its cultural hype).

This toy sure is fun(ctional).
This toy sure is fun(ctional).

The Tracy’s Dog Silicone Rabbit Vibrator is made from ABS plastic and a wonderfully silky matte silicone, which is non-porous, phthalate-free, and completely body-safe. This silicone doesn’t gather any dust or lint and is generally really nice to the touch, so I have no complaints there. The ABS plastic which makes up the handle feels a bit tacky and has a cheesy chrome plating effect going on, but it does fit with the sleek-chic appeal that the Tracy’s Dog Silicone Rabbit Vibrator is going for.

Rhinestone lines the edge of the controller for this vibrator which is a bit complex for sex toy newbies but should be fairly familiar to rabbit users. On the left side are a ^ and v button that controls the speed of the toy’s 360 shaft rotation. On the right side are the same buttons for vibration intensity and then there are two central buttons that hover above these—one to turn the toy on and off and another to reverse the spin of the shaft.

At first this system feels a bit overwhelming—especially if you go whole hog with all of the features—but after some practice it is easy enough to adjust to.

The control panel looks daunting but handles well.
The control panel looks daunting but handles well.

The control panel also hosts the battery case for this toy—because, sadly, this vibrator is battery powered and is a beast (requiring 4xAAA batteries for use). I haven’t been able to find out much about the longevity of this vibrator but I would imagine it’s relatively standard. Of course battery toys are great if you’re not good with remembering to charge your toys between use (and if you want to just quickly grab for more AAAs if it dies mid-use) but battery-powered vibrators do tend to be less cost-efficient in the long run, so swings and roundabouts.

In terms of perks, at $25.99 there aren’t that many, but you’ll get enough to be satisfied for the price paid. This toy comes with its own nicely smooth storage bag which has a faux satin appeal and is sturdy and discreet for keeping your rabbit concealed. The rabbit itself is water resistant but not submersible (at least I wouldn’t risk it) which makes cleaning easier.

Vibrations for this rabbit are localized to the clitoral bunny and are buzzy but suitably strong and relatively deep. The rabbit on this vibrator is perhaps my favorite part of this vibrator. Call me a big softie but there’s something about its little tiny arms and the way that they reach out which just fills me with the warm fuzzies. It’s like it wants to hug on to my vulva and give it all the pleasure it’s lil silicone body can muster (pardon my anthropomorphising).

This lil bun-bun is just too cute!
This lil bun-bun is just too cute!

The ears on this rabbit flicker freely in a manner that is pleasing without being too rigid or heavy handed. That being said the shaft of this toy is too long for my personal preference and so I rarely get to enjoy the double-stimulation effect that it’s going for.

The vibrations for this toy travel up the shaft somewhat but are relatively gentle, with the main event being the shaft’s beautiful gridded texture and its 360 rotation. I have to admit, at first I was perplexed as to why the shaft for this vibrator was seemingly back-to-front compared to most rabbit vibrators but upon inserting it and activating the rotation I immediately understood.

For some reason the feeling of the frenulum rubbing against the G-Spot as the shaft swirls seems to work a lot better than when flipped to expose the usual coronal ridge to the area. Trust me—I flipped the toy to experiment myself and suddenly things went from weirdly enjoyable to perplexingly uncomfortable.

If you’re unfamiliar with rotations as a sensation it can be a very fun but also very disconcerting experience. The sensation of having something spin inside of you is like a wriggle mixed with a twist, almost as if something is trying to ring out the inside of your vagina or swirl and drag around its edges. This will totally work for some people and for others it will be a definite ‘NOPE’ and it really is hard to tell until you try it yourself. Thankfully the Tracy’s Dog Rabbit Vibrator’s body safe form and low price make it a perfect toy for some experimentation.

Are you craving a bit of swivel in your sex life?
Are you craving a bit of swivel in your sex life?

If this is your first swirling toy I would especially recommend messing around with the clockwise and counter clockwise sensations, as different people do tend to find that their vagina had a preference. Strange but true.

In terms of downsides a lot are personal. If you dislike stereotypical rabbits, rabbits with longer shafts, or rabbits with rotating shafts then this toy is not your friend.

It’s also fair to say that this toy is rather loud—creating a noticeable whirring sound which rivals my Lelo Mona Wave. That’s an accomplishment and does make this toy a bit of a tentative buy for anyone who needs privacy.

I’ll be frank and let you know that I didn’t orgasm with this toy. Not even close. It felt pleasant at times. I certainly enjoyed using the shaft and the bunny independent of each other but as a whole toys like this and I just clash and I don’t think this will ever change.

Final Thoughts

While I cannot personally recommend this toy I do think it stands as a good entry level rabbit for anyone seeking the criteria that it meets. I also think it will be a somewhat quirky edition to a rabbit veteran’s collection.

I am especially partial to the clitoral bunny, which has just enough charm to make me like this toy a little bit more.

If, like me, you prefer more flexible shafts, a curve, and you’re seeking a rabbit to satisfy your needs then might I recommend a different Tracy’s Dog toy instead? Alternatively I’ve found that a wand, vibrator combo usually works a lot better and offers more control.

Once you know what works with your body things really do get a whole lot simpler. Not perfect, but easier. In the meantime I will say that this toy is good for what it is, but a good toy doesn’t always translate to a good experience for everybody.

Recommend to:

People who like conventional rabbits.

People who like cute vibrators.

People who like thicker/longer shafts.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who prefer flexible toys.

People who prefer slimmer toys.

People who dislike rotation toys.

The Tracy’s Dog Rabbit Vibrator was kindly provided to me by my sponsors, Tracy’s Dog, in exchange for an honest review.