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Product Review: Dulce Bunny Clit Vibe by Closet Collection Toys

BunnyBoxOoo, what’s that?

Isn’t it cute? That’s the Dulce Bunny Clit Vibe by Closet Collection Toys. And I turned down a bunch of kink toys to get it because it was just too pretty not to. This is something I do. It burns me occasionally. So many pretty toys seriously suck in use. But this time, I’m glad I chose this bunny.

What’d it come in?

If you look past the flowers and high heels on the box (because all women wear heels, right?), the packaging really isn’t all that bad. It’s pretty sturdy cardboard, and the color is neat. I’m big on teals, and paisley, if done right, can be really cute. However, you can see through the front, so if you’ve got company, probably you should open this package after they leave.

How’s it made?

The box actually says two things. At the top, as you can see in that picture up there, it says it’s silicone. On the back, though, it says it’s ABS covered in “soft rubber”. I know some people call silicone rubber, but the two are different materials. It actually kinda smells like rubber. So much for the “no odor” claim, also found on the back of the box. But it truly is so faint a smell that I had to hold my nose on the material and sniff slowly to pick it up.

It’s six inches long, about an inch and a half wide, and is not insertable. I mean, you might be able to, but it’s really not meant for that. Obviously, since it’s a bunny, it’s got ears to stimulate either side of your clit while you’re masturbating. But unlike other bunnies, this toy also has a hard nub just behind the ears that vibrates pretty well, so if you need more firm pressure, you can use that part of the toy to stimulate your clit while the ears stimulate your labia.

It’s waterproof, and flashes blue with each pulse. It has 10 functions (9 pulsation variables and one setting that I think is supposed to be steady vibration, but it’s more of a really fast pulse), and each can be turned up or down by the + and – buttons. However, there are only three settings; low, medium, and high. The toy starts on one of the pulsation variables when you push the power button. You use the sort of g-looking button on the bottom of the key pad to cycle down through the variables, and the somewhat steady vibration is the very last one.

It comes in pink and blue, and, obviously, I got the blue one. I am among the growing number of women who hate pink, and especially pink sex toys. Plus, the blue is really pretty.

It comes with a satin storage bag and a one year warranty.

What’s it for?

Pretty much the only thing this toy is meant for is clitoral stimulation, but you could probably use it on other erogenous zones as well.

How is it?

Rayne’s Rating:
Pros:Cons:
strong vibrations
I actually like one of variables
waterproof
phthalate free
doesn’t send me into over-sensitivity
before I’ve finished my orgasm
material unclear
not rechargeable

The vibrations on this toy are weird. They’re kinda in between buzzy, surface vibes and deep, penetrating vibes. But they’re pretty strong (even with the dying batteries I used the last couple times I played with it), and once I figured out what I was doing (it always takes me a few tries to learn how to use a toy the right way for my body), I figured out it’s a rather decent little clit vibe.

Not perfect, though.

The curve meant to allow you to rest the toy on your pubic bone isn’t quite right for my anatomy (though this is not a failing of the toy, so much as a mismatch between me and it), so I end up holding it at this awkward angle.

The settings were a little hard to figure out, at first. The first time I turned it on, there was no discernible difference between low, medium, and high, but I figured out that that was because I was doing it wrong, and it wasn’t actually changing settings. I’m dumb. Shut up. But you know how with LELO toys, you just hold the setting adjustment buttons down and it cycles through settings? This toy doesn’t do that. You have to push the button each time. This also is not a toy failing. I’m just used to LELO.

If *I* were making this toy, I’d have it start at the steady vibration that isn’t. But I’m not usually into variables, so I’m sure this is less of an issue for folks who like variables.

HOWEVER!

I found a variable on this toy that I love. And it didn’t annoy me when I was trying to figure out how to use it. And it didn’t annoy me when I finally got down to brass tacks and, you know, used it. And it got me off rather quickly every time. And it didn’t even send me straight into over-sensitivity before I was able to finish my orgasm, like so many vibrators do. So I’d say that’s a pretty good toy.

Anything else I should know?

This toy takes two AAA batteries. You can probably use rechargeables, but our rechargeables died a year ago, or so, and we haven’t gotten around to getting new ones, so I can’t speak to how they’ll affect the strength.

Since the material is kinda unclear, I’d suggest cleaning this toy with a non-abrasive antibacterial cleaner. You can probably bleach it, but if it is actually rubber, and not silicone, that might dry it out. And if you plan on sharing it, use condoms, just to be safe.

Where’d ya get it?

The awesome folks at TabuToys.com sent me the Dulce Bunny Clit Vibe, free of charge, in exchange for an honest review of the toy. TabuToys offers discreet, private shopping to men and women of all sexual orientations. Aside from their selection of over 3000 hand-picked toys, they offer good reading material such as Sex Toys 101 and Buying Your First Vibrator. And to help you pick out just the toy you’re looking for, they have an excellent Sex Toy Quiz.

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