I got the Black Label Jack Rabbit Anniversary Edition for the CalExotics Sexpert review this month. Right now there are so many rabbits on the market, so you should do some research before you pick one out. The BLJR is a dual stimulus atmosphere, which these days is my preference. It also has two other features I prefer, it’s waterproof and it’s made of silicone.

Since it is made of silicone, it is compatible only with lubricants based on water. This rabbit’s tip is slightly rounded and appears realistic.  It also has a ridge down the middle of the shaft, which once the toy was inserted I couldn’t feel. The shaft has a swirled design, which is purely decorative and does not provide any additional stimulation.

It was very simple to use the Jack Rabbit. ABS plastic is the control panel. The Jack Rabbit has 5 buttons on the shaft base control panel. The center button is the energy button to push before any of the other buttons are going to operate. The top button regulates the rabbit arm’s 7 vibration features. The two bottom buttons boost or reduce the rotation and vibration of the shaft. Depending on user choice, the vibrations of the clitoral arm and shaft may be used together or separately. The rabbit is running on three AA batteries. It was a bit of a pain to open and close the battery cover.

The shaft is dense and when inserted, it gave a very complete impression. I started using a little additional lube because of the shaft’s thickness. For me, the rotations were an additional bonus. It took a lot of maneuvering for me to get any pleasure from the clitoral arm. It’s not something that fits completely with the anatomy of every woman, so you might have to play with it a little to find out what works best for you.

Pros:

  • easy to use
  • easy to clean
  • dual stim
  • thick
  • silicone
  • waterproof- no difference in strength when underwater that I noticed

Cons:

  • may not fit everyone’s anatomy
  • lint magnet
  • 3 AA batteries
  • rather loud

Overall, I’d say this is certainly one I’d consider buying. The Jack Rabbit should be placed in a cloth bag, preferably away from other toys. It’s a lint magnet to be warned, but then I realized again that most of my silicone toys are. It is a turnoff that 3 AA batteries are required, but for an additional portion of change there is a rechargeable version of this atmosphere available. Whether with soap / water, toy cleaner or toy wipes, it’s simple to wash. For me, the main downside of this rabbit was the toy’s own loudness. If you use this and don’t want anyone to know about it, be sure to switch on some music before the noise begins to muffle.

Thank you CalExotics for reviewing this!