Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator Review | Lyps Sex Toy Review

3 out of 10
Price:
£40.00
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Lyps
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Materials:
Silicone

Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator Review

By Cara Sutra

I’m aware that I’m pickier than your everyday sex toy customer, and in no subsection is that more obvious than rabbit vibrators. There are a couple of ways in which the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator (available here) is an improvement upon the basic rabbit vibrators I’ve hated for years, but mostly it proves my point.

However, a good story always starts at the beginning.

Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator Review

I was sent 8 Lyps sex toys just prior to Christmas 2016. These sex toys make up the Lyps Bag of Dicks, which is available to buy from Amazon, or you can buy the sex toys individually again from Amazon or from the LypsOnline website.

Here’s a graphic I made of the 8 sex toys I received, plus their names. It’s been a great help to me while writing these reviews, so I hope it makes it easy for you to keep up with what everything is called as well.

Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator Review

Packaging

The packaging of the Lyps sex toys is the main reason I came up with the idea of the above graphic. The Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator is no different to the other toys in that regard. It came in a pink box, shrink wrapped for hygiene, with little more than the Lyps logo on the front and a product reference number on the back.

No details about the specific toy inside; what its official name is, what it does, what it looks like. On the one hand it gave each unboxing an air of exciting mystery but on the other I wasn’t that enlightened when the box was opened.

My packaging/labelling grumbles aside, at least the products are housed in their own boxes which are hygienically sealed.

Inside The Box

As well as the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator, there’s a storage bag with the Lyps logo and two little leaflets. One is an incredibly brief instruction leaflet and the other is promotional in nature. There’s details of how to claim a freebie if you leave an honest Amazon review.

I scrabbled round further inside the box looking for the charging lead. There wasn’t one. After playing for a bit with the Lyps Lily, it became apparent that it’s battery operated. Not only that, the batteries weren’t included.

Oh.

First Impressions

Once I knew the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator was battery operated, things went downhill from there really. Not that I wanted to write off the whole toy as naff just because of that. But it’s one of those split-ear clit stim, beads in the shaft type rabbit vibrators which are reminiscent of the early 90s. And that’s where they should stay.

I’m always worried that the beads in bead-shaft rabbits will eventually erode each other, as I’ve seen happen with one of those transparent shaft, pearly beads types. Some rabbit vibrators have metal or plastic beads in them which don’t erode each other into a powder, and I’m not sure what the beads in the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator shaft are made of.

Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator Review

Split-ear clit stims have caused me actual bodily harm in the past. Some are so… slicey, that I end up with the genital equivalent of paper-cuts. Not nice is an understatement.

Also, the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator is pink. To be honest I don’t really care what colour my sex toys are, but to make almost everything in the colour pink seems so unimaginative for a sex toy manufacturer. It’s just so default and boring. As I say, not a deal breaker but on top of everything else it was the final straw when it came to first impressions.

I did have two positive thoughts about the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator during that first look-over. The internally used part is coated with silicone, which is a non-porous, non-toxic, body-safe material. It’s also described as waterproof, and I believe all sex toys should be waterproof, so… [thumbs up].

Operation & Functions

The Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator is fairly easy to figure out. Four AAA batteries (which you’ll have to provide yourself) are placed into the chamber. This is found by unscrewing the plastic cap on the handle. Once the cap is replaced, you can get started.

There’s a silicone flower… thing, a power button, and a + and – button. The silicone flower thingy just lights up when the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator is on and does nothing else. It’s not a button which does anything. This seems a bit pointless to me because you can already tell when the Lily is on. Mainly as it’s buzzing in some way. I guess if you’re into your pink and flowers and all that you’ll like the light-up décor.

To switch on, press and hold the power button. Then keep pressing to scroll through the different settings. The + and – buttons increase and decrease vibration speed. Press and hold the power button again to switch off.

Video

Using the Lyps Lily

I really struggled to overcome my first impressions of the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator and enjoy it. It’s not as if a sex toy has never surprised me before, so I’m definitely open to changing my mind about a toy once I’ve been sexually wowed by it. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen with the Lily.

The Shaft

Not having cut the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator open I’m not able to say with certainty what’s inside the shaft. However it feels like your typical metal rod centre with beads of an unknown material in rings just below the ‘head’ area. On the neck, if you will. This means the shaft has very limited flexibility, and at times I find it rather uncomfortable as I’m shifting it around inside me attempting to enjoy the ride.

The circling beads are… ok. I don’t think rotating beads are quite as orgasmic in the vagina as old-style rabbit vibrator manufacturers hope. They’re not for me, in any case – feel free to comment if you’re an ardent fan.

Where the tip of the shaft sits, inside my vagina, is where I could do with more stimulation. I could then attempt to stimulate around where my G-spot is (the tip isn’t angled, and the shaft isn’t flexible, but I could give it a go I guess). As it is, the shaft is gently buzzing away, the beads are rotating just inside my vaginal entrance, and the tip is sat deeper inside me doing not that much at all, really.

The Clit Stim

Let’s move on to the clit stim. It’s a split ear type, which I’ve already mentioned doesn’t work for me. Happily it doesn’t hurt me either, but on the other hand it doesn’t thrill me to orgasm. The problem is, on the higher power settings (well, as powerful as this thing gets) the ears are buzzing fast but not actually moving all that much. Due to the speed.

On lower speed settings the actual movement of the ears back and forth is more pronounced, but instead of an orgasmic stimulation against my clit there’s just a sort of… extremely gentle tapping. It’s not my bag.

No Bump ‘n Grind

I need to hold the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator very delicately against my body in order to gain any sort of sensory benefit from the buzzing shaft, the rotating beads and the flickery clit stim; I’m more of a hard grind sorta woman.

Material & Specs

Size: 8.5 inches overall length, 4 inches insertable, 4.1 inches maximum circumference

Material: Silicone coated/ABS Plastic

Power: 4x AAA batteries

Waterproof? Yes

Brings me to orgasm? No, not even close

Summary

You might’ve gathered that I didn’t get on with the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator at all. Sadly, this traditional style rabbit vibe lived up to all my expectations – in that I couldn’t orgasm with it at all. Standing up, laying down, rocking gently, grinding firmly, bending this way and that… nothing. Using these beady shaft, split-ear rabbit vibes always makes me worry I’m going to either damage myself or the toy during masturbation, as I get so aggressive with it pulling it about. But it’s no good; there’s just no orgasm for me to be had with the Lyps Lily.

If I had my way, these beady shaft, split-ear rabbit vibes wouldn’t be manufactured or sold any more. But I guess someone must like them, somewhere. Anyone? It’s hard to tell whether people really do enjoy these rabbit vibes or whether they just attempt to like them because they’re told they should. It’s a rabbit vibrator after all; a woman’s best friend! Look, there are much better sex toys out there. It’s not 1992 anymore, you don’t have to settle for a battery operated non flexible dual stim if a rechargeable G-spot vibrator and/or a rechargeable bullet vibrator would suit you better.

Even if you do love your rabbits, there are updated styles available. Ones with a comfortably rounded, firm clit stim which even has its own motor in some cases for powerful and direct stimulation rather than whisper flicks which do nothing but frustrate.

Conclusion

The Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator didn’t work for me. The only things it’s got going for it in my opinion is that it’s coated with silicone (not some god-awful toxic material) and that it’s waterproof.

Buy Links

If you’d like to own the Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator, it’s available to purchase here at lypsonline.com for $22.99 (GBP equiv £40) and here at Amazon.com.

Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator Review

Lyps Lily Rabbit Vibrator Review


I have been remunerated for my time and efforts publishing this product review. However the remuneration does not in any way affect my opinions of the product. This review is a true reflection of my genuine feelings, opinions and experiences. This review contains one affiliate link.

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