FOR THE LADIES..WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST RABBIT? Why spend alot of $$ if not sure I will like it?
Posted Fri Mar 29, 2013 12:44 PM
As like most of us, we are always watching our budget. I am confused as to which way to go as far as purchasing my first rabbit. I have received tons and tons of input from many of you and I am gracious.
If I purchase a high end rabbit as my first (L'Amour, Jopen, Lelo) I am afraid that I will have wasted the money if my body does not perform or react to it as I would like. Wouldn't it be wiser and smarter to go with a cheaper, middle-class product so I don't feel it in the pocketbook as much if I do not like it?
What was your first rabbit (pics would be nice)!
Posted Fri Mar 29, 2013 06:01 PM
This post has been edited by MikeToyMan: Fri Mar 29, 2013 06:02 PM
Posted Fri Mar 29, 2013 10:34 PM
rechargable for around $100.00. Now which one to pick...lol! Thanks Mike.
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Posted Sun Jun 02, 2013 05:14 PM
^ I've been looking into buying my first rabbit, and I've been seriously considering this one. It looks amazing.
Someone also recommended I try the Triple Orgasm, which is made by California Exotic Novelties. I forget who recommended this one, but it seems like what I'm looking for and isn't as expensive as the Lovehoney rabbit vibe. I thought I might buy this one first and work my way up to the Lovehoney one.
Still looking for The One when it comes to rabbits. The one KateO bought looks fantastic, too. She posted about it in the toy chest thread on page 3, I think.
Posted Sun Jun 02, 2013 05:15 PM
Purple is my favorite color, but the reason I want the purple one over the other two is because it's the one with the most realistic shape.
Posted Sun Jun 02, 2013 05:31 PM
Wow that's expensive in the US! They are £50 in the UK
Still more than I would pay for a rabbit. I have had a couple around £25. Never really seen rechargeable as a big selling point. I want mine tucked away, not out and plugged in! Good quality batteries last for ages and don't cost that much over the life of it. This is my latest one which i love http://www.lovehoney...uct.cfm?p=22190
This post has been edited by MissS: Sun Jun 02, 2013 05:35 PM