The Honey Bunny is a rabbit-style vibe, so it simultaneously stimulates the g-spot and clitoris, which is great for solo play or as a precursor to partner sex. Its size and shape make it rather awkward to use during vaginal intercourse, but I see no reason why the Honey Bunny couldn’t be used to stimulate the g-spot and clitoris during anal play.
The body-safe TPR material gives this vibe a very soft and squishy feel. In fact, the shaft itself is very flexible and bendy. The surface, while not exactly sticky, isn’t slick either, so this toy tends to pick up lint. I store mine in the original packaging to help keep it clean. Near the head of the shaft are two ridges, with another two located towards the base. Other than that, the surface texture is smooth. I can’t detect any smell from this toy.
I LOVE the Honey Bunny’s overall design. I find it very stylish and attractive. The lack of intimidating beads or complicated controls might appeal to those looking for their first rabbit-style vibrator to try. The shaft size is fairly substantial, with 5.25 inches of insertable length, a 1.5 inch diameter, and a girth (the width, circumference, or measurement around the outside of the shaft) of about 4.75 inches. This may be a bit large for some who are new to using sex toys, but I personally don’t think the size is at all daunting.
Okay, now down to the technical specs. The Honey Bunny has a super-simple, one button control, conveniently located in the middle of the battery compartment cap at the base of the toy. Push the button to turn the vibe on. It starts at the slowest of 3 speeds. Pushing the button takes you to the next speed, until you’ve reached the fastest speed, then you just push the button again to turn it off. That’s as easy as it gets. The downside of its basic single-button control is that both bullet vibes always operate at the same speed. This is great for anyone who enjoys equal intensity levels for both clitoral and internal stimulation.
As is typical for dual stimulation toys, this one has a rabbit-shaped cover on its small bullet attachment located towards the base. Unlike most other rabbit vibes that have a rotating shaft, the Honey Bunny has another bullet vibrator located towards the top of its shaft. So instead of feeling a twirling sensation, you get continuous vibration.
I’ve read several reviews stating this is a noisy toy. But in my opinion, it’s rather quiet, especially compared to my Rabbit Habit. Perhaps this is because I only recently acquired my Honey Bunny, whereas I’ve had my Rabbit Habit for a while, and maybe with use and age the toys get louder as the moving parts suffer wear and tear. Maybe my newer Honey Bunny is improved over the ones tested by reviewers who found the toy noisy. I really don’t know, but my Honey Bunny is quiet. In fact, I can barely hear it running on the slowest speed.
This is a pretty low-maintenance toy. Just clean with soap and warm water or your favorite toy cleaner. Unfortunately, stuff loves to stick to this toy. Even with keeping it in its original box, it’s a lint and pet hair magnet, so cleaning before and after use is necessary. But we’re doing that anyway, right?
The Honey Bunny comes in a metal box, around the size of a shoebox, with two clasps fastening the lid. There is a clear plastic window on the front displaying the toy, so not really the most discreet packaging for gift purposes. Inside the box is a soft foam insert, and the vibe nestles perfectly in the recessed cut-out. There are not any additional instructions included, but there is basic information about the toy printed on the back of the box.