Toy Review: The Rocks-Off Little Charm Mini Rabbit Clitoral Vibrator

After testing so many rabbit vibrators in a row that focused on the classic dual-stim design, it’s nice to finally be able to revisit a bunny design which cuts the shaft and goes straight for the clitoris.

Rabbit vibrators may have started as a combined package, but it didn’t take long for many women to realize that if they ignored the shaft and just focused on the bun-bun then they were having more fun. Even young, inexperienced Emmeline, battling with Vaginismus with minimal sex education felt that instinctual call of the clitoris with her own first rabbit, and giving in to that desire was revolutionary for me.

There’s a good reason for this, too: Most women need clitoral stimulation in order to achieve orgasm (up to 80% by some surveys). Other forms of stimulation are potentially just supplemental (not to say they’re not pleasurable, but they’re not necessarily essential). For this reason, it makes sense that the rabbit would be the part of dual-stim toys that many users like, and that people want to preserve moving on to more compact products.

The ears alone are a huge selling-point for quite a few people.

Rocks-Off have done a few clitoral rabbits in the past to appeal to this, but the Rocks-Off Little Charm Mini Rabbit Clitoral Vibrator is different. Not only does it present itself in firm ABS plastic, with a gorgeous rosy gold tint, but it also defies one of the core rabbit conventions. Which one? Let’s find out together!

The Rocks-Off Little CharmMini Rabbit Clitoral Vibrator

The Rocks-Off Little Charm Mini Rabbit Clitoral Vibrator is a rabbit-based bullet vibrator, which takes everyone’s favorite rabbit (Bugs Bunny be damned) and brings a little Rocks-Off charm to it. Based on the name, the Rocks-Off Little Charm also seems to be trying to win over some other people too, or am I the only one who hears ‘Little Charm’ and thinks ‘Lucky Charms’?

This rabbit is cute, but is it effective?

Heck, I would be utterly satisfied if this toy came out with a brilliant emerald green variant for St.Patrick’s day (actually, that would be awesome).

Having said that, the color chosen for the Rocks-Off Little Charm is gorgeous and really serves to give this little £19.99 vibe a more luxurious and elegant feeling to it.

The Rocks-Off Little Charm is a rabbit but not in the conventional design sense. Compared to the Ramsey Rabbit (which goes for a realistic-ish looking bunny sleeve), the Rocks-Off Little Charm looks more like a balloon animal version of a rabbit, including with the ears.

That’s right: Compared to most rabbits, which pride themselves on the clitoral freedom and flexibility which comes from having two independent ears, the Rocks-Off Little Charm has chosen to combine its two chunky lops and make them a single expanding section of the toy with two rather rounded mounts to finish off their tips.

What does this mean for the Rocks-Off Little Charm? A few things really.

This ain’t yo average bunny.

The independent ears of a clitoral rabbit vibe are often appreciated because of way that they can be maneuvered either side of the clit, swirled around it, or brought together through user choice as is desired. This allows users to enjoy the sensation of more precise clitoral sensations and play around with how it feels to have their clit stimulated from more than one general point.

Rabbits also tend to have a pin-point ending to their ears, which allows users to really target the zones they want with extreme precision and focus.

By combining the ears and smoothing out the tops, the Rocks-Off Little Charm eliminates these benefits, making it a very different experience from what someone using rabbit toys might expect.

This is partly practical.

Many clitoral rabbits are made from silicone, or similar materials, which are softer and allow for squishy, flexible (or semi-flexible ears) which feel smoother against the body, but the Rocks-Off Little Charm is made from ABS plastic. ABS plastic is non-porous, phthalate-free, and completely body-safe. Rocks-Off have also given the Rocks-Off Little Charm a silicone seal at its battery chamber (1 x AAA battery included) which makes this toy fully submersible.

ABS-plastic is firm, smooth (becoming slick when coming in to contact with lubricant), and feels very rigid against the skin. It also translates vibrations with more clarity in theory, but some people find the comfort trade-off to be too high a cost for them.

I mention comfort here because it’s the firmness of ABS plastic which is likely why Rocks-Off took a different approach with the Rocks-Off Little Charm. Slender and sharp bunny ears may be great when they’re plush and wiggly, but when they’re unmoving and rock-solid? Not so much.

The end product is a rabbit that provides much broader sensations, which feel firm (depending on the pressure you apply) and indirect with their focus. And it’s for this reason that I personally couldn’t get along with this vibrator.

I had issues with this button, among other things.

Call me old fashioned, but I just really like my ABS toys to provide me with the option between broad and pin-point, veering on the more slender and ‘slip-in’ bullet design rather than not, especially when it comes to Rocks-Off’s vibrations, which are resonant and semi-strong but buzzy by nature.

The resulting experience, for me, was a toy that just couldn’t deliver enough direction to ever truly bring me to climax, which is incredibly rare. I think I’ve managed to orgasm with pretty much every single Rocks-Off product I’ve tried to date (be that a great orgasm or not) but the Rocks-Off Little Charm just couldn’t bring me to that finish line, which is a bit of a shame.

If you feel equally attached to the tips of your bunny’s ears, then I also feel like this toy won’t be for you, and fans of rumbly vibrations (or very strong ones) are likely to be equally disappointed. The button for my Rocks-Off Little Charm didn’t always allow for intuitive use either, and I did feel frustrated by it at times.

One thing the Rocks-Off Little Charm can really excel at is G-Spot and internal use, if you want to try a bunny for that. It has ears that are slightly curved, to allow for it, comes in at a total of 3.5 inches of insetible length (4.25 total) and has a maximum circumference of 3.5 inches too. But we don’t really buy rabbits for internal use, and the Rocks-Off Little Charm’s vibrations don’t fair well internally, from my experience, so this is really up to personal preference and exploration.

Final Thoughts

I expected that, like most clit rabbits, I could at least find some enjoyment in this little critter, and found its glam balloon animal look to be very likeable.

Alas, this is one rabbit that just couldn’t charm me, despite my initial enthusiasm for it.

Because of this I can’t personally recommend the rabbit. But, if you like this design and want to explore then it’s at least reasonable in terms of pricing, meaning you still might find yourself tempted by the Rocks-Off Little Charm.

Recommend to:

People who want to try a joint-ear rabbit.

People who like broad stimulation from ABS plastic.

People who want a small G-Spotting toy.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who prefer conventional rabbit designs.

People who like silicone rabbits.

People who like rumbly vibrations.

The Rocks-Off Little Charm Mini Rabbit Clitoral Vibrator was provided to me by Rocks-Off in exchange for an honest review.