Meet an air-pulse “rabbit” vibrator that’s intense as Womanizer Duo, while costing $129 less.
The Rock Candy Sugarotic has sucky clitoral pulsation & potent vaginal vibration. It’s a rare sex toy due to its actual suction; it’s a strong toy that’s semi-flexible.
Most importantly, I think its poised to give sweet orgasms to most people who’re seeking blended (clit + vaginal) stimulation. This Rock Candy Sugarotic review will describe the slurping suction-pulsation and the shaft vibration, plus compare it to the aforementioned Duo and my previous fave sucking rabbit vibrator! Skip to the end for a recap & discount code for this Rock Candy vibrator.
- 1 What’s “Sugarotic” Do? Functions
- 2 Flexibility & Fit
- 3 My Sugarotic Experience
- 4 Recap / Overall Sugarotic Vibe Ranking
- 5 Rock Candy Sugarotic
- 6 Pros
- 7 Cons
What’s “Sugarotic” Do? Functions
The Sugarotic’s clitoral stimulator offers an interesting blend of suction, air pulsation, and vibration. It does suck inward more than a Womanizer, a Satisfyer, or a Melt—all of which1 are pure air pulsation toys, neither suction nor vibrators. So I’m getting more from the Sugarotic’s rhythmic clitoral functions (the patterns!) than I would from similar toys, where I just stick to steady-pulsing levels. With Sugarotic, a couple off-and-on patterns feel practically slurpy as they suction, in on-off-on bursts. And the shaft vibration: it’s vigorous.
The Sugarotic by Rock Candy has 2 motors, for 10 vibration functions and 10 air pulsation functions. You can control the two separately: have one intensity going in the clit stimulator, and a totally different speed in the vibrating shaft. 👍👍 Each motor’s got 3 steady intensities + 7 rhythmic/patterned ones.
The point of dual-stimulating vibes is, of course, that they’re made to produce “blended orgasms”: cumming from the clitoris with vaginal sensation too. These orgasms are stronger for many people than single-zone stimulation.
Flexibility & Fit
Sugarotic’s “shaft” is pretty darn flexible—the lower 2 inches will yield, the upper 3 are firm. It bends enough so I can get the air pulsing clit section situated over my clitoris. The clit stimulator is very solid (good for stability reasons: a flexible one is more likely to break) and angled at ≈ 60° from the shaft.
If it’s flexible enough for me to orgasm on (I’m not normally spaced2), then I’m comfortable recommending the Sugarotic to most users.3 I would only tell you it definitely won’t fit you if your clitoris is large in a noticeable way (more than 0.33 inch across or sticks out half an inch or more from your labia).
My Sugarotic Experience
Real suction rabbits are such a unique feeling, and super-fun. Like, I imagine what it’d be like to receive a blowjob after I manage to get the Sugarotic’s clit suction mouth aligned and the vibration turned on.
The clitoral stimulation from the Rocky Candy Sugarotic is really well done. It’s the slurping pulses that really set the Sugarotic apart for me.
The three steady suction-pulse-vibe speeds move from “pretty strong” to “more than I need!” on function #3. Since I’m real sensitive to pulsing vibration from a tight clitoral “mouth”—like, I can’t use the strongest Rose vibrator for fun, it’s too high-speed ‘n’ focused—many other Sugarotic users will likely enjoy the TOP SPEED more.
And the insides: the shaft of this rabbit vibrator is consistently strong too. I had to pull out my new Magic Wand Mini to compare that “Hitachi’s” strength against Sugarotic’s shaft—and the Magic Wand Mini wins by only a hair, mostly because its head touches more surface area. The only rabbit I own whose shaft I believe is stronger than Sugarotic’s is the Empress Swan by BMS—due to the Empress’s lower, rumblier vibration frequencies. The Sugarotic’s first 2 speeds fall in a “neither rumbly nor really buzzy” range, while its strongest function (#3) is higher-pitched.
I’ve sat back and just enjoyed the suction, on clit-arm function #1, for half an hour at a time, while the shaft vibes rolling along inside my vagina. (It is definitely not difficult to orgasm faster, if I want to jump into the high intensities right away.) But eventually I’ll ramp up the suction, or move to the patterned functions: The next-to-last one is this escalating sequence where the air-sucking-vibes rise and fall in waves. Eventually I’ll move to suction function #2, “middle strength” for both Sugarotic’s motors, while thrusting a little.
How to Control Sugarotic
- Press the bottom power button for about 3 seconds to turn on/off.
- Use the middle wavy-line button to cycle through 10 shaft vibration functions.
- Use the C (is for clitoris!) button to cycle through 10 suction-pulsation-vibe functions.
- I suggest a good thick lube especially inside the clitoral mouth!
Due to the upward angle of the clit stimulator, I do need to push the Sugarotic’s flexible shaft farther inward than I need for G-spot stimulation. It becomes more of an A-spot vibrator for me; either because my clit is close to my vagina and/or because my clit does not stick out when aroused. It’s a viable fit, but not a perfect one for me personally. Because I’m pushing the shaft backward, I’m not feeling the 3-prong bumps as well on the lower shaft. Still, I think going deeper than I really need is worth feeling the suction air pulses that the Sugarotic blows out at me.
That said, how does the Sugarotic suction vibrator compare to the Womanizer Duo air pulse vibrator (fancy!) and the Alive Caribbean Shine (which wowwed me because it has even more functions going on)?
Vs. Womanizer Duo
The Duo by Womanizer is a more luxury feel. Its air pulsation thuds deeply, and its vibrating shaft is terribly rumbly. As for fit, the Duo is easier for me: The shaft is shorter and slimmer; and the Duo’s clitoral stimulation mouth is at more of a 90° angle from the start of Duo’s shaft. It’s a more natural fit for me than Sugarotic’s inward angle.
So the Womanizer Duo is elegant and premium, and I’m certainly glad that I own one. But… the Sugarotic has a certain kick that the Womanizer Duo lacks.
The Duo has Womanizer’s original air pulse (“Pleasure Air”) technology; whereas the Sugarotic has a sucking effect and vibration, which no Womanizer toys possess. The Womanizer air pulses are faster on high speed than Sugarotic’s, but it’s a close race for which type of clit stimulation feels stronger.
The Duo’s shaft is flexible to the point of not providing firm G-spot pressure—which is fine with me, because I like gentler G-spot massage, but which may not be ideal for all users. In contrast, the RC Sugarotic has a very firm upper shaft— the last 3 inches do not bend at all. (It’s the 2 inches of the lower shaft that do bend.)
Finally, the Sugarotic has stronger vibration than the Duo (but less intensity levels). It almost… bites, on high. I’d rate the Sugarotic’s shaft power at 7.75 out of 10, which is rare for a rabbit dual stimulator. With Duo, the shaft is like 6.5 out 10.
In short, the Sugarotic is more bang for your buck, and I’d also recommend it first to anyone who likes (1) a little more grrrr in their internal motor + (2) firmer vaginal pressure. Still, luxury sex toy enthusiasts may be well-served by the Duo.
Vs. Alive Caribbean Shine
The Caribbean Shine by Alive is worth comparing because it’s also a suction rabbit: It draws your clit in lightly, as well as puffing air too.
The Shine has a limited suction range: the slurping effect is weaker than the Sugarotic. That’s not always a bad thing for me; I think the Shine is a more mouth-like level of suction (but I guess it depends on how hard your partner is going!) The Alive Shine’s shaft vibration is also weaker—however, it has an extra shaft function that Sugarotic lacks, a G-spot pulse plate.
As for ergonomics: The Shine is much more flexible internally, and its clit stimulator has an angle more similar to the Womanizer Duo—making the C. Shine’s clit alignment better for my body than Sugarotic’s. I also love the Shine’s G-spot pulsing plate, the unique feature that’s a huge reason I’m so attached to the toy. (Love me a good G-spot pulsator.) But again, the Shine’s shaft vibration is less powerful than the Sugarotic’s, and I need finish on the C. Shine’s gentler 3-in-1 effects by jerking the toy harder. A powerful orgasm for me, but one that takes a while to achieve.
TL;DR: Sugarotic wins for more power and more suction functions, making for faster orgasms; however, it’s firmer and somewhat less flexible, which means I have to exert more effort to get the alignment right.
Recap / Overall Sugarotic Vibe Ranking
It’s the strongest suction rabbit I know: The Sugarotic by Rock Candy has lively sucking action, backed by no-joke shaft vibration.
It’s a powerful combo that I think is absolutely worth trying for anyone who likes clit + vaginal play together. Remember to lube the suction mouth up, and the suck-pulsing-vibration is excellent to lie back and enjoy.
It’s a big step into the luxe vibrator game by a company I previously only knew for their “not bad” cockicorn dildos— And the Sugarotic’s sucking sensation earns it a much higher rating.
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Rock Candy Sugarotic89.99
Flexibility & fit7.5/10
Orgasms per dollar value9.5/10
- It has actual suction, wild
- Strong vibration; independent motor control
- Cute color
- Water-resistant; USB rechargeable
- Semi-flexible: bottom 2 inches of shaft bend
- Flexible enough to fit most, but not every human with a clit
- It's not quiet
- It's not submersible due to the suction (but should be washed in the sink)
- Besides some Satisfyers with an optional vibration function, via a different motor.
- Things are close together on my pelvic floor.
- I would not guarantee its fit for: Anyone whose clitoris-to-vagina distance is quite long, as in more than 2.5 inches from the belly-button side of the vaginal opening to the bottom of the clitoris.
3 thoughts on “Rock Candy Sugarotic Review”
I always love checking your blog to see that you’ve reviewed a toy I was considering! About how many hertz or a general noise estimate would you say the Sugarotic is?
Also- have you tried the “Empress Swan Dual Massing Vibrator” by BMS? It looks good but I’m hesitant to trust rabbit vibes 😂
Amazing post, as always!
Hi, thanks so much for appreciating my reviews!!!
I’m writing a review of the Empress Swan now, and I’m being waylaid by testing it more than I need to 😀! Will have that published, with a video of the flicking stimulator, by 3-4 days from now. I really enjoy the toy because I like direct contact clit-rubbing, so the fluttery-flickering (but not pointy) stimulator is really good for me — and just in general, it’s the best motor I’ve felt in the shaft of a rabbit vibrator. Super-deep vibrations there.
I get the sense (from reading a lot of opinions) that most people with clits will come harder from air-pulse type toys — like Sugarotic — than from rubbing. I can see why, it’s a different kind of intense.
For measurements: I personally consider vibes over 50 decibels as “getting loud” for me, while over 80 Hertz is feeling “not so rumbly” and over 100-110 Hertz (darkest frequency band) is “buzzier for sure.”
Sugarotic is louder, with the clit stimulator being the noisy section after it’s inserted. 50 to 52 decibels for the clit stimulator only; vs. 45 to 52 decibels for the shaft only not covered, but it drops 15 decibels when I have the shaft inside. With both motors running, it’s 50 to 54 decibels (and inserting it doesn’t drop the noise much).
Swan Empress is super-quiet for only the internal motor. Again, the clit motor is the louder one; when inserted, both motors running, it ranges from 38 to 44 decibels.
Sugarotic is higher-pitched overall (only the vibration shaft is what I measured, I’m not sure that frequency of air pulsation/suction would tell me anything). The first speed is just rumbly enough, 72 Hz, and then speeds #2 and #3 show strong frequency bands over 150 Hz as well as lower resonances. The highest speed has its strongest frequency band around 305 Hertz, and a lower lighter one at 80 Hertz. So it’s strong but definitely buzzier inside.
The Empress Swan is about 55 to 83 Hertz with both motors running, no really prominent higher-pitched bands of frequency. The shaft motor by itself starts at 35 Hertz, super low, and maxes out right under 80 — which is what I think gives it that extra “deep” feeling. The clit stimulator runs higher, 78-108, which is why I usually avoid the top… third or so of its speed range, personally. The only thing I really don’t like about this vibrator is that the silicone finish is a tad grittier than, like, the Pillow Talk line also by BMS, so it requires more lube.
I know flexibility can make a big difference in terms of dual-stim toys fitting an individual, so I’m also putting together an Ultra Flexible Rabbit Vibrators piece in which I’m trying to give estimates of how flexible each toy is. The Sugarotic’s shaft is more flexible than the Empress’s, but then Sugarotic’s clit arm is 100% fixed in place. The Empress has a much more flexible clit stimulator, and the shaft is kinda flexible (like, 4 out of 10, with 10 being most flexible), so overall I’ll rate it higher for flexibility.
I hope you’re doing well, and lemme know if you have more specific questions right now!
Thank you so much for the quick and detailed reply! This definitely helps a ton, and I can’t wait to see the whole review along with the piece about rabbit vibes.
Completely unrelated, but another sex-toy query- have you had the chance to try the Strap On Me Ejaculating dildo? I’ve been considering it vs. the Big Shot by Evolved (loved your review on that!!) and I haven’t been able to decide. The only concern I’d have would be about the noise level and the amount of liquid/storage capacity. Unfortunately, there seem to be very few silicone ejaculating dildos on the market, and even a lack of fantasy stores selling ejaculating dildos. Do you have any suggestions or insight? BD is out of stock at the moment and I’ve heard some less-than-ideal things about them as a company so I’m trying to weigh my options!
Sorry about the semi-rambling reply, I adore your blog and the work you do is so important! Hope you’re well.