Jopen Vanity Vr10 Rabbit Vibrator Review

May 30th, 11   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   1 Comment
Jopen Vanity Vr10 Rabbit Vibrator

Everything the Vr10 comes with

The Jopen Vanity vr10 is a luxury, silicone vibrator sold by TabuToys sex toys. The Vanity Vr10 is a pure, 100% silicone vibrator that is waterproof and includes easy-to-use controls with both a rotating shaft and a vibrating clitoral portion. The rabbit is a bit large in size at about nine and a half inches in total length with about six inches of insertable length. The Vanity vr10 is a rechargeable rabbit vibrator that easily sits in the charging port for charging.

The packaging of the Vr 10 holds the rabbit vibrator okay, but I wouldn’t say that I felt like it was up to par for the quality of the rabbit vibrator. The box is definitely large, but it does keep everything safe for shipping. I have since tossed the box and just keep the vibrator in the storage bag. The packaging comes with a large storage bag (which easily fits the vibrator), the charger, the charging base, a small feature-guide, and a small book of directions that apply to all of the vibrators in the Jopen Vanity vibrators line.

I must say that, while the Vanity #10 vibrator is a bit expensive, it does come with a one-year warranty, so you don’t have to worry about purchasing a dud without having any warranty information on it. It’s made with high-quality material, and there are no seams that can be felt on the silicone toy portions.

The Jopen Vanity vr 10 is made with quality in mind. The silicone of the toy is pretty plushy, and the tip is slightly flexible. The clitoral piece is flexible enough to make it comfortable for multiple body types, and the LED lights on the controls are accurate and change really nicely depending on what setting you’re using. The buttons press down very, very easily, and the base charger is very firm and easy to use.

Jopen Vanity Vr10 Rabbit Vibrator

Showing the control panel

Recharging the Jopen Vanity #10 is very easy. I’m actually impressed by how this vibrator charges. VERY impressed! There’s really no worrying about cords or anything. The vibrator just sits in the charging base which has to be plugged in. The rabbit vibrator itself can be placed in or taken out without any messing with wires, and it sits really nicely in the charger without falling out. Be careful not to charge this vibrator too long (or leave it in the charger unattended!) as the base of the rabbit does get pretty warm during charging. My vibrator came charged, but I charged it for an extra four hours before use.

Jopen Vanity Vr10 Rabbit Vibrator

Showing the Vr10 laying flat

The vibrator is easily controlled through the two buttons on the shaft. It does come locked (and can be locked) by pushing both buttons down at the same time. The LED lights flash when it locks/unlocks, and when it is locked, it keeps the vibrator from vibrating during travel or being turned on. One button on the vibrator controls the rotation of the shaft while the other controls the clitoral vibrations. The buttons work simply, and each has seven levels of strength. You have to press and hold down the button to the preferred strength. When you release it, it stays at that strength. When you give it a single press, it turns off the item. If you hold it down, it will go from the current strength and go up from there. It instantly shuts off when the button is pressed a single time. The LED lights on each side of the control panel show what strength the vibrator is currently on.

The shaft of the Jopen Vanity vr10 does a rotational motion. Because of the slight curve along the tip of the shaft, this ends up feeling a bit like a finger stroking the g-spot. It doesn’t feel like the come-hither motion, but it does feel pleasurable. The shaft is definitely a bit large in diameter, though, so it may be an issue if you wanted a smaller diameter toy. This is the size of an above-average diameter of girth on the penis, so it might be a bit larger than you’re used to. Just make sure to use plenty of external, water-based lubricant before inserting this for the most pleasurable outcome.

Jopen Vanity Vr10 Rabbit Vibrator

Showing how far the clitoral piece will bend

The clitoral portion of the vibrator is actually shaped like a rabbit. It has the shaft of the bunny which is the body, and the tip of the clitoral shaft is the head while the antennae are the ears of the rabbit. The clitoral portion is pretty flexible, and it will do about a 90 degree angle without harming the clitoral portion at all. It doesn’t clamp down on the body during use, but it does provide a bit of pressure. The little ears of the rabbit do vibrate when the vibrations are turned on, and they flutter as well.

Surprisingly, the vibrations on this rabbit vibrator are pretty intense. They are definitely in the moderate end of strong, and they are definitely stronger than most rabbit vibrators. The vibrations are pretty loud, and they could definitely be heard in the same room, and depending upon how thick your door is, it could be heard outside a closed door. The middle and lower settings are much quieter though. The clitoral strengths were easily enough for orgasm for me, and if you require stronger vibrations, they should be enough for you too.

Jopen Vanity Vr10 Rabbit Vibrator

Showing the side-view of the rabbit

Together, the shaft’s rotations and the clitoral vibrations make a pretty epic-feeling toy. Unlike other rabbit vibrators that I’ve tried, when my vaginal muscles tighten, the rabbit vibrator does NOT stop rotating. It actually continues to rotate. The slight upturned tip at the end of the shaft also does cause a bit of g-spot tickling, and I really, really like the design that Jopen chose for the creation of this vibrator. The rotation, unlike other rotational rabbits, actually feels really nice and pleasurable, and while it doesn’t feel like a come-hither motion on the g-spot, it does feel like it it brushes up against the walls of vaginal during the rotations. The rotational device of the shaft falls right underneath those three ridges on the shaft of the Jopen Vanity vr10. You can feel the ridges during use of the rabbit vibrator, but they aren’t the strongest sensation when using this dual stimulation vibrator.

This vibrator is completely waterproof, so cleaning it is a breeze. Just use warm water and antibacterial soap to clean it up. It can not be boiled for sterilization, but you could use bleach to sterilize it. However, because of all of the nooks and crannies (such as the button display and underneath the clitoral portion), this is probably best left as a solo toy. Since this is made from silicone, I recommend only using water-based lubricant on it. For storage, the box was a bit big, but I easily store it in the storage bag that came with the rabbit vibrator.

Overall, I like this toy! Most rabbits don’t have strong enough rotational motors or just don’t have the slight curve to the tip that this one does, but this one definitely stimulates with the rotation in a good and pleasurable way. Not only that, but the clitoral vibrations are downright STRONG, and the rechargeable aspect is amazingly easy to use. The LED lights make partner-play very easy, and the recharging port is one of the easiest that I’ve ever used. It’s definitely more expensive than your average toy, but it definitely shows in the quality in comparison with some of the cheap rabbit vibrators. Thanks to TabuToys sex toys for sending me this rabbit vibrator for my Vanity Vibrator by Jopen #10 review.

1 Comment on "Jopen Vanity Vr10 Rabbit Vibrator Review"

Diana Doni says...
January 31st, 2012

This is actually the best vibrator I’ve ever tried, in terms of functionality. Why I’m so angry about it, is because it suddenly stopped working after a month of use, and I couldn’t have it exchanged. Their big problem was that I didn’t keep the receipt, and I also didn’t keep the product’s box, on which I later found out was written the identification number.
I tried to get in touch with them 5 times during 2 months. Finally, in january 2012, I spoke on the phone with one of their representatives, to hear my Vr 11 started to be produced in dec 2010, so I already couldn’t prove them that my vibrator was bought less than a year ago. (oct 2011)… So what they actually said to me was: Go **** yourself, but this time – no toy!
My opinion…too much advertisement, nobody really cares about customers… I paid 250 for it from a sex shop…don’t put any money in their pocket, ladies!




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