Silicone Dildo and Rabbit Vibrators

Many of you are looking for the best silicone dildo available today. We divide this page into two parts, we feature those with (and without) vibrators, specifically the rabbit kind. What makes this material great is that it is easy to clean up. The vibes on this page share this feature in common, all of them are made impervious to bacteria or viruses and a snap to clean.

Silicone Dildos

First we feature the Sumo. It is a silicone dildo that we have in a few colors, white and black (toffee). They sport suction cups so they work well with vac-u-lock or other types of harness strapons.

They both are 9.5″ long. Like all silicone dildos, they are non-porous, hypoallergenic, and phthalate and latex free. At a width of 2 inches, they’re slightly larger (wider) than an average dildo (which run around 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 inches). They’re firm on the inside, soft on the outside, giving them important rigidity but feeling luxurious. They can be boiled or frozen, for sterilization or for unique sensations in bed!

Hank Dildo

This next one is featured because it has 5-star reviews (click the “more info” button to see the reviews). This silicone dildo is harness compatible and has more of a realistic appearance. The girth on this dildo is 1.6″, which is more of a typical average width for a dildo.

Rabbit Vibrators

Rabbits have come a long way since their inception in the 90s. Back then, it was common to make them out of plain-ol’ rubber, with icky phthalates in them.

Today, modern designs include them being made with medical-grade silicone vibrator. This material is non-porous, which means that on a microscopic-level, there is nowhere for bacteria to hide.

It used to be that this meant “expensive”. Not anymore! Though we feature luxury vibes with higher prices on this page — our first model is a modest $52 range.

This of course means that a silicone vibrator is also waterproof. Many girls love the color purple — so there you go!

Rechargeable and Pink

You know the benefits of this type of sex toy, and you want the best. If you have the budget, take it one step farther and get yourself a rechargeable.

Consider the convenience of having a rechargeable vibe. No more runs to the store at the most inconvenient time! And when your batteries run out, its a buzz kill in more ways than one! Instead of worrying about all of that, get a rechargeable rabbit and have it plugged in, ready to go whenever you are.

Or how about a USB rechargeable? This black one gets recharged by a USB cord. You can power it simply by plugging it into the USB port on your computer! Of course, this vibe is also waterproof.

Here is a little additional information about the last two mentioned above, the black version has a running time of 1 1/2 hours once fully charged, whereas the pink is good for two full hours of use between charges.

Compare these to rubber. You know, the kind that has a rubbery odor to them. These types of materials are not best suited. On a microscopic level, they are like a sponge and provide hiding places for bacteria to cling to. Avoid that hassle and pick up a silicone vibrator, it is far more sanitary! It is the best type of material to construct a rabbit vibrator (a dildo shaft with a clitoral vibrator).

The gist of this article is the superior quality that is provided by this type of product. A silicone rabbit vibrator has the feel of actual skin. Its also extremely clean. Another kind of toy that provides well in the area of sanitation are those made of pyrex glass. Consider using one of these toys if you enjoy easy cleanups after your playtime!

I read an interesting article recently that most women (90%) do not penetrate when they masturbate. Expect some sexy articles on clitoral stimulators soon. I’ve been focusing a lot on the type that penetrate and I believe this site will heavily expand into non-penetration vibes.

Silicone is an inert synthetic compound. It can be used for a variety of purposes, including sealants and adhesives, lubricants and insulation. Because it is inert, its considered a safe material, as it does not react with your skin — and true allergic reactions are rare. It has been considered safe enough to use as breast implants, thus using products like these are considered safe.

While these types of products have been considered more expensive previously, today they’re more economical and a better deal compared to the most cheap types of toys that are usually made of PVC.