Best Sucking Rabbit Vibrator Guide: Pros & Cons + Power Ranking

Sex technology for the win! Sucking rabbit vibrators can be amazing for blended orgasms, and rely on new tech—either suction or blowing clit stimulation, plus traditional vibration. Brutally honest reviews await in this best sucking rabbit vibrator guide, because hitting two major pleasure centers at once may be either fantastic…or an abysmal failure, if the suction vibrator doesn’t line up well anatomically.

First, What is a sucking rabbit vibrator? These dual-stimulation vibes are really action-packed because they have: (1) air pulsation blowing clitoral stimulators OR true suction, pulling in around the clitoris; and also (2) G-spot vibration, G-spot thrusting, or G-spot pulsation (depending on which suction rabbit you choose). Stimulating both clit and vagina at once can definitely lead to stronger orgasms… So I’ve rounded up a strong selection of sucking rabbits starting in 2019, but more recently I found my personal best sucking rabbit (in the Alive Caribbean Shine). It’s inspired me to create a suction rabbit ranking, complete with power and functions comparison table [next]. I rate all these body-safe silicone vibrators for their strength and another key factor: their flexibility, because many buyers will not be able to use a standard rabbit vibe if their clit-to-vagina spacing is outside the “average” range. (This measurement varies by person, just like human height varies!1) So what is the best sucking rabbit? Let me pit Womanizer Duo vs. Tracy’s Dog vs. Alive Shine vs. Beso Plus and more…

Best Sucking Rabbit Vibrator lineup, Tracy's Dog vs. Womanizer Duo vs. Lora DiCarlo Ose 2, Alive Shine, Lush Iris, & More #s
Click to enlarge; size comparison.

Best Sucking Rabbit Comparison Table

Comparisons matter: You have choices! In short:

I note which of these rabbits suck (pull in) vs. blow (pulse air outward); and rate their strength and flexibility (more flexible = more likely to fit more diverse users) in this full table: click below.

Run-Down: Pros & Cons for Each Suction Sex Toy

I break down my thoughts on this roundup of sucking rabbit vibrators, from “fucking phenomenally exceeded my expectations” to “it’s OK, I guess.” Skip toward the end for the viral “Tracy’s Dog Clit Sucking Vibrator.”

Alive Caribbean Shine

Pros: Actually sucks clitorally; Good & pretty-rumbly vibes everywhere; G-spot pulsing 😍.
Cons: Three motors use up battery life, for a max of ≈1 hour on top speed!
Detailed Review Here

Honestly, the wildest orgasms I’ve ever had with a vibrator. The Shine by Alive Sex Toys actually sucks around the clit, then has a pulsing G-spot head that massages inside the vagina. Two months ago, I got a random sample from Alive Sex Toys / Adrien Lastic (almost as an accident) and this Shine sucking rabbit gave me the most intense buildup, I almost thought I was seeing stars when I orgasmed. I’ve been using the Alive Shine consistently since, and have concluded that it’s the only one that deserves the title “blowjob rabbit” because WOW, it’s some suction massage. (With vibration too!) 🤩

Alive Caribbean Shine review, clit sucking vibrator with G-spot pulsation_finger in suction mouth
Clit-sucking vibes where my index finger is; Gspot pulsing & vibes from the circle under my thumb.

Two traits make the Caribbean Shine stand out from the air-pulsation clit vibrator crowd: It sucks inward, doesn’t puff air outward like a Womanizer/Satisfyer. It’s so very flexible: both the shaft and the clitoral arm bend nicely. That’s so good if you’re not that “average” spacing down there, or you just like thrusting in and out of your vagina to orgasm! The Caribbean Shine’s shaft curves as I move the handle back and forth, so I’m getting super-pulsating G-spot massage. And the sucking as the “mouth” pops off and on my clit… and the vibration is rumbly enough and pretty strong too (7.25 / 10 in the vibrating shaft, as noted above, where 10 is the gold standard for most handheld power, Magic Wands; anything above a 7 is solidly orgasmic by itself, IMO).

So I’m impressed with the Shine’s vibration strength and intensity levels: its shaft vibrates harder than the Womanizer Duo’s, next, and I would buy this Alive Shine toy first, over the Duo, if I had to choose. The battery life is not as long as Duo, maybe an hour, which is my only frustation with this Shine vibrator by Alive Sex Toys / Adrien Lastic: gotta remember to charge its USB rechargeable battery after every use.

Womanizer Duo

Pros: Great clit intensity range for clit pulsation; Flexible shaft for comfort + fit; Luxury extras.
Cons: Luxury Price; It’s ergonomic, but it’s also harder to thrust.
Detailed Review Here

The Womanizer Duo is just a cool toy. It’s been the star of the suction rabbit game since the Duo came out in mid-2019 — because it takes Womanizer “Pleasure Air” pulsation technology and adds a ruuuuumbly G-spot arm, that curves nicely inside (and flexes with me).

If you’re not familiar with the Womanizer brand, they were the first company to create “pressure wave” or “air pulsation” clitoral stimulators a decade ago. (Satisfyer is Womanizer’s main competitor now.) These clitoral stimulators do not vibrate, nor do they really suck. Instead, they have a “mouth” ring that seals around the clitoris and puffs out tiny bursts of air. It’s way different than a vibrator, and most clits find it intensely orgasmic (even though it’s touch-free!). The Womanizer Premium is the current top luxury model, and the Womanizer Duo takes the Premium’s 12 pulsation intensities (from very gentle to quite strong) and adds 12 vibration functions in the G-spot stimulation arm only.

Womanizer Duo review Phallophile Reviews
I would recommend Duo in Blueberry or Bordeaux colors, though, the black shows water spots.

It’s definitely a luxury toy at $219 (use code FELICITY at checkout here to bring it down to $197, but still), and does come with extras like a pretty box, a storage pouch, 2 different-length stimulation heads, and a 5-year warranty (vs. a 1-year warranty for other “suction” toys covered here2). I love the Womanizer Duo, and my only complaint is that the body is a little bulky, so when I want fast G-spot massage to finish really hard, it’s not as simple to grip as a normal rabbit handle is. YMMV if you aren’t a thrusting fan.

We-Vibe Melt + Pillow Talk Sassy

Pros: More Uses: Toys are separate & very adjustable. Excellent power for both.
Cons: Don’t count on the We-Vibe app; Sassy vibe has limited warranty.
Detailed Comparison Vs. Duo Here

This is the combo to buy if you want versatile. If you want a clit pulsator that’s great to pair with any other vaginal toy, or to use during sex with a penis-equipped partner; and you want an excellent G-spot OR clitoral vibrator that doesn’t limit your range of motion. Since the We-Vibe Melt and the Pillow Talk Sassy aren’t connected, you have more choices.

We-Vibe Melt + Pillow Talk Sassy intense clitoral stimulation & G-spot vibrator bundle

Melt is my top-used clitoral air pulsation toy, and it’s lightly sucky because the mouth is flexible. It’s got Womanizer technology inside, with We-Vibe and Womanizer being jointly owned — so it’s as strong as the Womanizer Premium, but shaped so much better to use if you want something in your vagina too: Melt was made to stimulate the clit during penis-in-vagina sex. That’s powerful stimulation. (I’d also had a partner insert fingers while I was using it, OMG 💦).

I don’t recommend using Melt through the We-Vibe app, it’s OK but not a great app for long-distance. And the Pillow Talk Sassy has phenomal adjustable intensity control, and the head bends 100% perfectly for G-spot thrusting. Unfortunately, the product warranty is short for BMS Factory & their (otherwise A++) PowerBullet motors, 3 months and then you have to buy a new one if it dies. (I have a Sassy from 2018 that still works normally and have found BMS products to be reliable, but one never knows for sure in life!)

Beso Plus by Voodoo Toys

Pros: Mid-range powerful; Can reach squirting-level good on high.
Cons: No “down” button for the air pulsation makes for less friendly control.
Detailed Comparison Vs. Tracy’s Dog Here

I think the Beso Plus is the most solid choice if you have heard about that Tracy’s Dog toy; because Beso Plus is made by a more reputable manufacturer (Voodoo/Shibari) who’s definitely using silicone, the only safe softer sex toy material. Beso Plus is also marginally more quiet and has a slightly wider G-spot-stimulating arm than Tracy’s Dog — just a bit better, though the important part is the silicone safety issue.

Voodoo Beso Plus review glamour shot

The Beso Plus’ clitoral air pulsation is moderately strong and may feel intense for a new user; it is not up to the speed of higher-end Womanizer products or even the newer Satisfyer models. Similarly, the vibration is “kinda strong” but not BAM — so it just depends on how much power you need! I have been able to squirt while using this vibrating clit-blower, while rocking the G-spot ridges gently back and forth, so it’s not just for the beginner. The one slightly frustrating part is there’s no (–) button to decrease intensity so that I can’t turn down Beso Plus’ right before I orgasm, when my clit gets overwhelmed by the pulsation I’d been enjoying — I have to pull the mouth away from my body instead.

Lush Iris by Blush Novelties

Pros: Thrusting + spinning shaft! Pretty purple color.
Cons: Shaft is not flexible, and clit arm barely is, so it wont fit a lot of people; It’s loud; Short warranty.
Other Thrusting Rabbits compared here

Thrusting plus air pulsation are really a unique combo: It’s super that the Lush Iris does it all, in theory. I am almost always thrusting my rabbit’s shaft (by hand!) to reach orgasm, so wouldn’t it be great if the toy did it for me?! In reality, sadly, the Lush Iris is not adjustable enough to fit my body: the shaft is so straight, and the clitoral stimulator neither bends nor angles to be near my clitoris. I have read of a couple people having good results…but I can’t generally recommend this toy because it’s too much of a gamble whether you’re gonna get the clit stimulator to actually line up right. The thick lip of its clit-surrounding mouth is difficult to get a good seal with even if you are in close range, the air pulsing power is OK when I press my finger into it hard (but it’s also hard to tell given it’s not near my actual clitoris). Next complaint, the shaft has bellows folds that are kinda pinchy even when I use a lot of lube. Then, the thrusting-twirling movement makes the Lush Iris squeeeeal, which may be grating if you’re bad at drowning out noises and not listening to porn. And finally, the warranty is only 90 days — you really need a long warranty on a self-thrusting toy, 1 year or more, because they break more readily than vibrators.

Blush Lush Iris thrusting suction vibrator long
The ripples also tend to collect lube & fluids, wash well.

This is a pretty toy, but I would not buy it myself, nor recommend it to my personal friends, so I would recommend against you buying it too.

Beso G by Voodoo Toys

Pros: Unique suction + pointy point for clit; Clit arm has a hinge so it adjusts a lot; Shaft ridges + vibration are nice.
Cons: Shaft is quite long; Pointy point will poke you if you’re sensitive.

The Beso G’s shaft has good power-packed vibes, and I like the rippled texture a lot! The clitoral stimulator has an adjustable joint so it does flex a lot, and I think it’ll fit some users. I just find the shaft too long, and its bottom too hard, to enjoy the full Beso G experience. The clit stimulator is set two full inches below the Caribbean Shine’s when you set these two suction stimulators side-by-side: Beso G has 6 inches insertable length. That’s a lot, actually, vs. the median 4.7 inch vaginal depth, so my cervix isn’t in a great place with this suction rabbit, gettin’ poked. Also, the Beso G delivers some pain with my pleasure run, as the clitoral mouth is (1) much smaller than an average suction toy, and (2) has a pointy spike in the middle. If you like pointy clitoral stimulation, this may be the toy for you; it is certainly not the toy for me, as I avoid sharp things near my clitoris. I haven’t been able to review this sex toy fully, as it’s too odd for my body.

Voodoo Beso Plus + Voodoo Beso G + Alive Caribbean Shine clit suction stimulators size comparison
Beso G in center: all toys lined up so their clit-stimulating mouths are as even as possible. From left: Voodoo Beso Plus, Voodoo Beso G, Alive Caribbean Shine.

Ose 2 by Lora DiCarlo

Pros: Strong clit-pulsating vibrator; Creative.
Cons: Large; Difficult to adjust; Very pricey.
Full review here

I respect Lora DiCarlo’s commitment to making innovative luxury toys. However, this $290 sex toy was a complete bust for me, and I believe it’s generally an awkward design that will not fit many others too. I’m adamant in saying: I have no idea how people can comfortably use this mega-bulky rabbit stroker. It vibro-pulses the clitoris (like the excellent Lora DiCarlo Baci), plus has a rolling-tip shaft that (supposedly) should bend to stroke one’s G-spot. Somehow. “Osé 2” is large and obtrusive, and its G-spot point is like waiting for Godeau while holding a softball in my hand — if I attempt to reach orgasm through it alone.

Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 review flexibility shaft doesn't bend
The part my fingers are wrapped around is flexible; the “shaft” (starting under my thumb) is rigid.

Unlike the flexible Caribbean Shine (my favorite blowing or sucking rabbit), the Ose 2’s vaginal arm / shaft does not vibrate, nor does it adjust easily: the top 4.8 inches are hard, and then you’re left with this long turkey neck hanging outside. 🤨 As you try, desperately, to position the clit-blowing baseball in the correct zone of your nether regions. Good luck! It may work for you! Apparently it worked for a few people to get this far through production!

Tracy’s Dog Clitoral Sucking Vibrator

Pros: Has introduced a lot of folks to blended orgasms.
Cons: Questionably safe materials; So-So quality
More on My Tracy’s Dog Complaint Here

This toy went thru a craze in 2019, due to one viral Amazon review. Since then, I’ve seen the hype continuing through 2021, with new articles claiming that this “battery-operated-boyfriend” is “better than oral sex.” Me in response: GTFO, vibrator masturbation and and human partnered sex are simply different experiences, can we not make this a competition?!?3 Every now and then, as a critical reviewer, I will find a virally popular toy that’s surprising in the good way: Like how the Inya Rose vibrator is actually hella strong compared to even Womanizer air pulsation stimulators and bargain-priced too (it’s actually too strong for me to use all the time!).

But that wasn’t the case when I got a Tracy’s Dog Clit Sucking Vibrator: it’s a dual-stimulator that no doubt has some appeal. It has moderately strong clitoral pulsation (NOT suction) and not-weak vibration. It’s kinda flexible, but it’s not really flexible, so it pokes me some personally. It’s very difficult to use the clitoral stimulator comfortably if you find the insertable Gspot vibrator a bit long, poking your cervix; as happens for me when my cervix is lower. It’s not a product I can enjoy sitting on or that I can “lie back and enjoy,” personally. The Tracy’s Dog G-spot vibration isn’t strong and rumbly enough, and the clit pulsation isn’t strong enough or well-sealed enough, for me to orgasm hands-free.

This Tracy’s Dog sex toy is probably silicone — a safe and sanitizable sex toy material — but it pissed me off that the instruction manual I got says the toy materials are “silica gel” (a dessicant / drying agent that’s not at all safe for vaginal use) and ABS plastic. That didn’t inspire confidence in me about the Tracy’s Dog brand, that they pushed a product onto the market without knowing the word for “silicone.” Yikes.

It’s emblematic of why I don’t link to sex toys on Amazon: there’s less concern for material safety on that platform than on a curated toy retailer shop. Because the pricing war on Amazon (and Aliexpress and similar) motivates sellers to make products as cheap as possible, without highly valuing product quality.

How to Use a Suction Rabbit Vibrator

Learning to use a clitoral-only air pulsation stimulator can take some adjustment, so pressure wave rabbits with penetration add yet another level to get used to! Here are some tips that might help you.

  1. Put lube around the clitoral stimulating hole first. Air blowing toys especially can feel dry.
  2. Insert the shaft, as far as feels comfortable for you.
  3. Squirting is not weird with these sex toys, since they’re so stimulating in a really unique way. You might consider a towel, or a waterproof blanket if you are occasionally someone who squirts. Prop yourself up in bed, get comfy!
  4. Turn the air pulsation / suction on low power, near your clitoris.
  5. Move the clitoral mouth down onto your clitoris slowly. If your inner labia are puffy, pull them apart.
  6. Press the mouth in place, then adjust up or down in intensity as needed. What feels good to you?
  7. Turn on the vaginal functions too!
  8. Back down in intensity if you feel too tingly or overwhelmed. Clitoral air stimulators are awesome for building up slowly and edging; increasing in power, and also chilling out on a lower speed, your call.
  9. If you like G-spot massage, move the insertable shaft back and forth. (Especially amazing with the Alive Caribbean Shine’s pulsating head!)
  10. To move toward orgasm: Turn the clit stimulating intensity up to as high as you can take it — then decrease speed several levels, or pull the mouth back, right before orgasm on an air pulsation toy. Not everyone will need to do this, but for anyone who gets very sensitive (many clit-owners), turning down the speed can lead to more intense / multiple orgasms.

Have fun!!! There are so many ways to play and adjust these multi-function toys, so always feel free to explore your own preferences and sensations. There are no absolute right or wrong answers about “how to use a suction rabbit.”


NOTES

  1. Note that: I’m not saying that height and clit-to-vag distance are in any way correlated, though: Like if you’re short, your pelvic floor spacing will not necessarily be tighter. It’s like penis size: you usually can’t tell based on stature, or shoe size, or finger length.
  2. Or 90 days for the Lush Iris, discussed in that section.
  3. 1. Unrealistic expectations; toys are not adaptable like humans can be (if they want to be). 2. Toys don’t tell you you’re sexy, reciprocate desire, or provide aftercare. Among a million other things. 3. Seriously, this is how insecurities and resentments are born, with a human partner (usually a male one, but not always) thinking they need to compete against a sex toy; and that their needs won’t be met if their partner owns one, or owns too many, vibrators. That’s a complex relationship & self-esteem issue, but one that “OMG it’s better than sex!” statements only help perpetuate.

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