Happy Rabbit Dual Density Vibrator Review

Happy Rabbit Dual Density soft rabbit vibrator review

Bunny got power! The Happy Rabbit Dual Density by Lovehoney follows (hops behind?) previous Happy Rabbit vibes with its strong motors—these rabbits rock. Then, the “Dual Density” part: the Happy Rabbit Dual Density has a softer head. More forgiving, more of realistic feel than your standard hard-silicone vibe. (Which you do definitely want over a TPE/jelly covered vibrator!1)

So how happy will this rabbit make you? I’ll review the Happy Rabbit Dual Density’s power, realistic feel, comfort, and extras.

Happy Rabbit Dual Features

The Happy Rabbit Dual Density’s two big draws (over other rabbits) are: its power, and its softer realistic-ish head. If you know you like rabbits in general, and you want a gentler feel vaginally, then I 100% recommend you go for a Happy Rabbit Dual.

And for those of us who regularly enjoy dual-density silicone dildos, or who know that rabbit vibrators don’t align with their clit just right: Keep reading for a few important provisos.

Vibe Functions!

The Happy Rabbit Dual has two motors, one for clit and for vag—and the two are controlled separately. (The top / shaft motor is the bigger top button; and the bottom / clit motor is the smaller bottom button.)

The bunny ears offer you 3 speeds, all steady ones (which is A-OK with my clit!).

Then that shaft, with its softer head, has 3 steady speeds plus 9 patterns: 12 functions overall. You cycle through them via the one control button, so you will need to make a full loop (a dozen button presses) to go down a speed.

The two-button controls are simple, and I like the immediate ease of that. You don’t have to spend a few sessions learning which button does what, like in the We-Vibe Nova 2’s more complex control system.

That said, if it’s a powerhouse rabbit, I will compare it to the new Nova. Because that’s just an all-around excellent vibrator. So let me line up the Happy Rabbit Dual Density’s power (steady speeds only) vs. the We-Vibe Nova 2’s.

The Happy Rabbit is actually slightly stronger than the We-Vibe Nova 2—impressive. The difference is more noticeable in the external / rabbit arms, because Happy Rabbit’s buzzes by Nova 2’s clit arm (while the two vibes’ shafts/G-spot stimulators are neck-and-neck, almost tied, on top power).

Lovehoney Happy Rabbit Dual We-Vibe Nova 2 We-Vibe Wand shower waterproof submersible
Shower scenes, with waterproof vibes! Left to right: Nova 2, shampoo, Happy Rabbit, We-Vibe Wand (which lives in my shower)!

The Happy Rabbit is, however, “buzzier” (more buzzy, not as low-pitched and rumbly) than Nova 2. It’s not itchynumbing buzzy at all—it’s simply not We-Vibe-level rumble. And the Happy Rabbit starts pretty strong too; it doesn’t let you chill with really loooow vibes on power level #1. Happy Rabbit has less range: you are getting 3 steady intensities with any Happy Rabbit, vs. a full dozen with Nova 2. This “dive right in” kind of vibration is perfectly fine with some people, the power-lovers. Others will seek out lower-pitched vibrations at the beginning of a session or will generally enjoy more “rumble” throughout.

In short, the Happy Rabbit Dual Density is awesome for the power-lover, anyone who just wants intense vibes and doesn’t care as much about range.

Dual Density: What’s That Mean?

“Dual density” or “dual layer” is hot term describing a toy with, well, multiple layers. Different firmnesses, right? It’s seen in dual-density dildos in particular: Vixen Creations was the company who started this realistic dildo trend with “VixSkin” silicone, and many others are now following.

Occasionally I hear from readers who’ve loved their dual-density dildo—but they’d like it it to vibrate too. The problem here is that if you have a hard core, you’ll be gutting that space to make room for the vibrating motor. So Tantus tried this with their bullet-vibe dual-density dildos, and to pull it off, they needed to make the core really firm in the top half of the shaft (to compensate for the empty space underneath). These toys, like Alan, don’t bend at all, so they feel less realistic, IMO.

So it makes sense the Happy Rabbit Dual Density only has soft silicone in the toy’s head. AND, to further complicate things, soft silicone doesn’t bind easily to firm cores: it’s liable to try separating / not stick together. So another solution was needed, and thus the Happy Rabbit Dual Density is the reverse of a traditional dual-density dildo. The softer silicone is inside the toy, not outside.

Essentially, this toy is a triple-density vibrator (with a firm ABS plastic base attached). From inside to outside, the layers are:

  1. hard mechanical core,
  2. soft silicone head,
  3. thin coat of firm, silky silicone outside. That thin coat of smooth silicone is what your skin will come into contact with.

Would you like to hear how that felt for me?

My Happy Rabbit Experience

The softer head, with a nice realistic ridge: I couldn’t pass up trying out the Happy Rabbit Dual Density. Its head measures at a 12 to 15A shore durometer, so it’s got a teeny bit of squish. That’s counterbalanced by the corona (ridge) having a jutting shape. You feel it more, because it sticks out more.

The Happy Rabbit Dual is actually a little firmer than the We-Vibe Nova 2’s 10A shore silicone! That surprised me. I like the softness of Nova, but the phallic shape of Happy Rabbit? Hard (no pun intended) for this phallophile not to dig.

And the bunny ears! They start wiggling a little when you get up to power level #2, and move even faster on speed #3. They’re thick and barely flexible, meant to provide good pressure on the right and left sides of the clitoris. Happy Rabbits also have that cutesy “nose” underneath, so you might get pressure below your clit head if the toy is angled just right.

I sometimes don’t even get up to Happy Rabbit speed #3 outside, because my clit is sensitive and the surrounding stimulation is whoa!

I can’t even name a rabbit whose vibes outside will blow the Happy Rabbits’ away.

Vs. Happy Rabbit Thrusting

So previously I’ve thought the Happy Rabbit Thrusting was the coolest model, because I looooove the self-propelled shafts. Ultimate sex toy = sex machine with soft dildo attached, in my book. (Also maybe add a Magic Wand!)

Lovehoney Happy Rabbit Thrusting Vs. Happy Rabbit Dual Density vibrators
Two Happy Rabbits: Thrusting, top; Dual Density, bottom.

Happy Rabbit Thrusting’s bulbous little2 head bounces back and forth, massaging very nicely. Without me having to wiggle anything. Happy Rabbit Thrusting (original here) has a bulbous head that pulls on my G-spot nicely. But if that’s not your thing, and you’d like a streamlined shaft, they also make a new “Curve Thrusting Power Motion” model. I’m also very interested in the “G-Spot Stroker” model, whose round head bobs itself up and down.

There’s another reason why I liked the Happy Rabbit Thrusting: I still get the internal motion I crave, while the rabbit ears stay put better around my clit. Because the Happy Rabbit ears (in all models) bend a little, but the whole external arm is hard inside and will not bend with your movement.

Clit-to-Vagina Distance

When I try thrusting the Happy Rabbit Dual Density, which is how I orgasm 90% of the time, the ears inevitably are above my clit, pushing into my mons. It’s a little awkward.

This is an issue with clit-to-vagina distance, discussed more in my We-Vibe Nova 2 review. Happy Rabbits are meant to fit *most* people. I am not most people, I am a little strange (in multiple ways 😀), so I’m never going to get an amazing fit with this vibrator. The hard outside arm is not meant for me personally. It simply won’t stay on my clit when I’m thrusting the toy.

Rabbit vibrator comparison group shot Phallophile Reviews FemmeFunn Blush BMS Factory Fun Factory We-Vibe Nova 2 Lovehoney Happy Rabbit Thrusting and Dual Density Womanizer Duo
Me, trying to avoid most rabbit vibrators: still amasses a great collection.

I’ve known I’ve had this issue for a while, so I usually avoid dual-stimulator reviews, but sometimes a rabbit forces me to add it to my collection just to have an educated opinion. And the Happy Rabbits do consistently have very good strong vibes, for most people with clits & vaginas. If you’re like me and are not “average,” then I would recommend the We-Vibe Nova 2 (again!) or the suction-pulsing Womanizer Duo due to their more flexible clit arms.

OMG the Flat Base

Yes, I’m devoting a whole section to the fact that Happy Rabbit vibes stand upright. Do you know how convenient that is? I always rinse a toy before I use it, because silicone attracts fiber and dust. But then I’m left holding the newly washed while digging around for lube, or headphones, or a sex blanket (need!!!), or maybe another toy to use afterward.

Lovehoney Happy Rabbit Dual Density counter flat base (2)
Chillin’ with the bananas.

Hands be free!!! with Happy Dual Density here. I can sit it down, and it does not collect fibers from a towel it’s laid on before I get to using it.

A little thing, but the flat base improves my Happy Rabbit warmup.

Care and Cleaning

Happy Rabbit vibrators are all waterproof submersible and USB rechargeable. Chill: that’s how a vibrator really should be these days (unless you wanted corded-wand-vibe extra-super power!3

As a silicone toy, Happy Rabbit Dual Density just requires soap and water to clean with normal use. The silicone outside is very smooth, a little silky, kind of like in the We-Vibe Wand. Shake it off well after you dry it, or use a lint-free cloth, to prevent (harmless and removable) water spots.

Like any body-safe, waterproof vibe, you can sanitize Happy Rabbit the following ways (detailed here).

Happy Rabbit packaging is pretty minimalist, which is fine with me because I applaud companies who don’t add to landfill waste with fru-fru boxes. Inside the thin cardboard case, you’ll get the simple instruction sheet and the charging cable. That charging cord will plug into any USB adapter (like the box you plug your phone cord into) and give you a couple hours of play with Happy Rabbit per charge.

Overall Thoughts

The Happy Rabbit Dual Density takes Lovehoney’s respect-worthy Happy Rabbit motors and adds a softer silicone head. It’s more realistic, as long as you’re not expecting it to feel “fleshy” soft like that dual-density dildo you already own.

Again, the power. Happy Rabbits’ clit and G-spot motors are independently controlled, so in the Happy Rabbit Dual Density, you get to choose which of the 3 speeds (or 9 patterns, in the shaft) you want for each portion of this dual stimulator.

The bunny ear shape is classic for a reason, and really does a lot for the clit given Happy Rabbit Dual Density’s power. If you like strength, and rabbits have worked for you before, then this toy will likely be a home run. But if you’ve had problems with any rabbit not touching your clit right, and you still want the best vibes, please check out a We-Vibe Nova 2.

See the Happy Rabbit Dual Density here!

Or check out the Happy Rabbit Thrusting models.

NOTES

0/5 (0 Reviews)
  1. They may be softer, but the material isn’t safe for long-term use, unfortunately.
  2. It’s about average penis width, but I have a “sex machine requires 2-inch-thick dildos” problem that skews my standards now 😄
  3. Or anything else truly high-performance that requires wall outlet power, like a sex machine or a Sybian / Motorbunny ride-able vibe).

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