Review: Happy Rabbit Curve Thrusting Rabbit & G-Spot Stroker
There's a self-thrusting rabbit vibrator that satisfies my internal and external clitoris simultaneously — hands-free.
I didn't imagine this day (nor myself) coming so soon with the Lovehoney Happy Rabbit Curve. But here we are, with one of the best things to happen in 2020.
Dual stimulators are highly anatomy-specific. The key to the Happy Rabbit Curve thrusting vibrator's success, though, is that it has the right level of ambition. There's nothing too fancy — just some tried-and-true features done right.
(Unfortunately, I can't entirely say the same for the Happy Rabbit G‑Spot Stroker. More on that, as well.)
In this Happy Rabbit Curve & G‑Spot Stroker Review:
- Powerful pulsating mechanism
- Happy Rabbit external vibrations
- Why the G‑Spot Stroker failed me
- Other features of the clitoral prong
- How the Happy Rabbit Curve feels in use
- My verdict and coupon code
Happy Rabbit Curve Thrusting Rabbit Power Motion pulsating mechanism
How it works
Like the Fun Factory Stronics and many other thrusters, the Happy Rabbit Curve's magnetic motor jostles back-and-forth. It doesn't replicate Fun Factory's pulsator power but comes closer than the Zalo Desire and Temptation and XR Brands Thump It. Lovehoney's Happy Rabbit Curve has more heft and momentum than the other imitators, while still whisper-quiet.
Speed and stroke length
We're talking about 145 quarter-inch thrusts per minute on the lowest speed. The middle one is so fast that I didn't bother counting. It's more like jiggling than thrusting, but it's decidedly linear. The third and final setting features smaller movements — still back-and-forth, but the sensation converges with a traditionally rumbly vibrator.
Lovehoney Happy Rabbit clitoral vibrations
Speaking of rumbly, let's talk about the external rabbit prong.
It's very okay: deep in timbre, but not very strong. Think low pitch and moderate amplitude, like the kin of the Le Wand Chrome Deux.
Your mileage with the Lovehoney Happy Rabbits may vary.
That brings me to the caveat about recommending any rabbit vibrator.
What lines up with my anatomy won't necessarily suit yours.
For reference, my clit-vag gap is average, at 1 inch. My G‑spot, in contrast, is bulbous but shallower than online articles and toy designs might suggest. It's hard to pinpoint because the G‑spot isn't an exact organ, but I'm sensitive about 1.5" inside the vaginal canal.
Why the Lovehoney Happy Rabbit G‑Spot Stroker utterly fails me
For its external prong to touch my clit, I have to insert the bulbous head waaaayyy too far inside to do anything for my G‑spot.
I also wish its "come hither" motion held up to my pelvic floor muscles. A major reason reason I don't enjoy this rabbit is that my vagina grips the penetrating portion in place, while the handle wags outside of me. Do not want.
Other key characteristics of the Lovehoney Happy Rabbit clitoral stimulators
As for the Happy Rabbit line's external stimulators, I was pleasantly surprised! The rabbit's body is only a little flexible — overall, a nice balance between bendiness and pressure.
Limitations of the Lovehoney rabbit vibrators
I wouldn't recommend making more than a 70° angle between the prongs or using it on someone with a longer than 2" clit-vag gap. You can undoubtedly splay the all-silicone "ears" apart to accommodate a large clitoral glans, though.
THEY ALSO DON'T POKE MY CLIT
Instead, the Happy Rabbit's big, rounded ears nestle my clit over the hood, like a comforting surround sound system. You can choose to retract the prepuce if you wish, but I usually don't like firm things touching my clitoral glans directly.
How the Happy Rabbit Curve thrusting rabbit feels in use
Let's quickly recap what I've said about the Happy Rabbit Curve:
- Small but substantial self-thrusting
- Gently curved tip
- Deep but gentle clitoral vibrations
- Minimal rabbit body flexibility but bendy ears
- Pinpoint stimulation that can go over the hood
That means that the external vibrator is focused enough to do plenty for my external clitoris. And that's without pulling away too much as the auto-thrust jiggles the clit's bulbs and legs.
It's almost absurd how the tempo and stroke length synergize. Like, "laughing at how quickly I orgasm"-level stimulation.
Why the Happy Rabbit Curve Thrusting Rabbit works so well for me
(…and whose bodies it might not work well for)
It doesn't aim for a specific spot internally.
I know that straight penetration isn't for everyone, but the Happy Rabbit Curve delivers if tip drilling is your thing. Get a We-Vibe Nova instead if you want more of a G‑spot specialist.
The clitoral vibrations are targeted where it counts.
Again, the external portion's rabbit ear design is for best those who enjoy pinpointed stimulation.
If you don't like sharp sensations against your clit, the Happy Rabbit line may not be the most comfortable.
Or try the We-Vibe Nova, the rumbliest rabbit vibrator you can get. I keep mentioning the Nova because it's in the God-tier of dual stimulators.
My verdict on the Happy Rabbit Curve Thrusting Rabbit and G-Spot Stroker by Lovehoney
Let me repeat it: the Happy Rabbit Curve is the only self-thrusting rabbit vibrator I'm head-over-heels for.
Its pulsation mechanism is robust and doesn't dampen too much, its motion is just right, and the vibrating portion is neither restricting nor useless. This rabbit vibrator is flexible enough to accommodate a 2" clit-vag gap — but not too loose for junk that's more closely spaced!
The TL;DR version of how I feel about the Happy Rabbit Curve Thrusting Power Motion rabbit vibrator
I'm getting wet just thinking about it, like a vaginal Pavlovian response.
The Happy Rabbit Curve — at least for my body — lives up to the hype.
PLEASURE PRINCESS. COMPACT, HIGH-CAPACITY HUMAN. CERVIX SORCERESS.
I've tested over 350 sex toys and love diving deep for cervical orgasms, A‑spot stimulation, and kinky odysseys into the subconscious.
Mesmerizing mindfucking or physical fisting? Blowing men or minds? Opening books or legs? Why not all of the above?
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