Which Rabbit should I get DW?

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Registered: 06-27-2005
Which Rabbit should I get DW?
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Sat, 01-10-2009 - 9:50pm
I have been looking at Rabbits and have wanted to get one to add to my play with DW. It sounds like not all Rabbits are equal.I have looked some with plastic and some with steel balls. For a first toy I don't want it to look like a tool from my tool box or large in size. What I have found is a Rabbit Habbit "E" has anyone used it and what do you like about it or don't like about.
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Registered: 06-27-2005
Sun, 01-11-2009 - 10:12pm
The "E" is made out of a material that is not suppose to be alergic. Does anyone have a problem with being alergic to them?
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Registered: 03-31-2007
Mon, 01-12-2009 - 9:29am

I've not had any allergic reactions to this type of material, but then again, I haven't had any allergic reactions to any type of material that toys I've used have been made from. Does she have any allergies to things like latex?

As far as the design of that one, it has a different look than I'm used to. The bead section seems much more pronounced than the one on mine, although, I don't know if that will be a bad thing. I like the way the head is very pronounced on the one you're looking at. That will probably be a good thing :-)

Now, I've been told that the wired remotes are the old style on the rabbits. Having the controls in the base of the toy seems to be the new wave. From a personal stand point, I specifically shopped for one with a wired remote, and I think it was the right choice for me. During solo play, I think it would be frustrating (to me) to have to handle the controls on the base of the toy. I like that I'm able to lie back with the wired remote and enjoy the fun. Also, when DH and I use it together, he guides the toy, but I handle the controls. It's great because I'm able to participate, and also because I can increase/decrease them as they best suit me.

Hopefully some other members will chime in with their preferences. I know there are so many rabbits, materials, and styles on the market -- it's difficult to make a choice!





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Registered: 06-27-2005
Mon, 01-12-2009 - 9:58pm
She is not alergic to laytex but she is to.any metal except gold. I thought the on cord would be good but you bring a good point. I never thought about DW using solo and the wired control easy or me guiding it and her at the controls. I liked the way the plastic balls are on the "E".they felt sturdy in my hand.
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Registered: 11-04-2008
Thu, 02-26-2009 - 9:37pm
theres one that has a pump w/it

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Registered: 02-28-2006
Thu, 02-26-2009 - 9:39pm
How does that work? What's the purpose of the pump?




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Registered: 06-27-2005
Tue, 03-03-2009 - 7:39pm
A rabbit with a pump? What does the pump do or should I ask does the pump inflate the rabbit or is it a suction pump for the clit or where?