The Tracey Cox Supersex Rabbit Vibrator is made of silicone and has a smooth, velvet-like feel. Free of phthalates and non-porous, silicone is the best material for a sex toy. It’s very quiet…as in you could use it in bed and probably not wake your partner. Not waterproof…bummer! It has the 2 motors (1 in the shaft and 1 in the clit stimulator), 2 speeds, and 5 patterns. I don’t really care for patterns, so I stuck to either low or high speed. On the low speed, there’s a nice rumbling vibration. The rumbling resonates deeper, when switched to the high speed, the rumble is gone. A third speed with a stronger vibration and rumble would make this a great rabbit vibrator. The shaft is 4”, it’s a good size for me. The curved tip was great for catching my G-spot. It has a firm shaft and is not flexible in the shaft.
The packaging is a smaller black box with a photo of a people intimately kissing, immediately noted to keep that box hidden from the kiddos. The vibrator was packaged in plastic inside the box with a set of instructions.
The Tracey Cox Supersex is USB rechargeable, just connect the USB charger to any outlet with the included USB wall adapter or into a computer. “90 minutes to charge for 120 minutes of play” definitely plenty of time, I was able to use it 4 times before recharging.
Clean with warm soapy water after each use. I recommend using a sex toy antibacterial spray or wipes also. As for lubricant, a water based one would be best.
The Tracey Cox Supersex sells for around $70, a little high on this one for me. But with the firm build and being silicone, I was curious enough to purchase this one. I would recommend something with a little more power.