REVIEW: Tracey Cox Supersex Rabbit

REVIEW: Tracey Cox Supersex Rabbit


The Rabbit that kept on Hoppin’supersex

Let me begin: One of the things I love most in my blogging life is when I come across a toy with pretty much nothing wrong with it. The Tracey Cox Supersex USB Rechargeable Rabbit Vibrator (try saying that ten times fast–you’ll finish in a few weeks) is similar to the Greedy Girl Rabbit vibe that I reviewed and loved a few months ago. I was thrilled when I first saw this rabbit; I knew it would be something pleasant to review, even if the rabbit ears didn’t work with my body.

Something to note: just because the rabbit ears don’t work for me doesn’t mean that it’s a shitty toy. It just means that my body was not made for this toy (or would it be that the toy isn’t made for my body?), but it may very well work for you. I like that about rabbits. It may make the review challenging to write because I need to convey that it just doesn’t work for me, but with any good one, I can assure you that it’ll be perfect for one or more of my readers. My job is to make it easy for you to determine which one will work for you.

supersex rabbit

The Good:

It’s black. That’s classy as fuck, man. I find black toys to be quite attractive. They’re different from the pink and purple toys that dominate the sex toy industry, and I can see my girly juice all over them. I can’t tell you why I like that; I suppose it’s because it reminds me that I am a woman who is in charge of my sexuality.

The silicone is silky smooth, making it quite comfy to insert, though I had to use a lot of lube.

When I clenched it fucking rocked. I was able to clench and release systematically, and with each clench, the Supersex Rabbit hit my G-spot. When I became frustrated that the rabbit ears weren’t hitting me quite right, I took out my Magic Wand Rechargeable and Jill-off with that while I clenched and released. Here’s the deal: often, when I review a vibe, I end up finishing myself off with either the Magic Wand or the Tango. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the toy vibrations suck ass. Instead, it means that I just can’t fucking wait to come with it. What’s most important to me as a reviewer is that I try it mindfully; I take notes and explore the toy (literally) inside and outside.

I don’t have to reach orgasm with the toy itself, as long as I’ve taken extensive notes and gave it a good two or three tries, I feel comfortable reviewing the toy without it bringing me to orgasm. For me, masturbation is often a spiritual journey, a time where I explore my body and take back my sexuality, and orgasm is not necessary for me to enjoy the jack-off session. I’ve found that rabbits are pretty helpful for this experience, given that they stimulate my body both internally and externally, as well as several points within my vag.

Some reviewers have trouble with having a g-spotter hit their pubic bones. Fortunately, I am not one of them, but that means I can’t tell you if you may find it uncomfortable. Read Beck’s explanation; it’ll shed some light on what I’m talking about.

I was pretty excited about this: the toy was legit “whisper quiet!” Too many toys claim that theirs is like this, but they are full of shit, yo. This toy isn’t. I didn’t have to wait for my roommate to go to her boyfriend’s house because this toy was quiet enough that there was no risk of anything awkward happening.

Honestly, though, I found it more stimulating than the Greedy Girl or the Happy Rabbit by Lovehoney regarding the ears. The vibrations, while buzzy, did not make my clit feel like I had a giant itch I couldn’t scratch; that’s all too common in the vibes that I’ve used.

It was a great warm-up toy, an internal stimulator to get me close, and an excellent filler while I came. Clenching was the icing on the cake, bringing me the most pleasure.

The Bad (or, rather, what it’s missing): 

There aren’t motors in the toy shaft, which was somewhat disappointing. When I applied pressure—angling it upward, for instance—the vibrations were muffled. They were not totally gone, but they were not quite as strong as I would have liked.

Tracey Cox says that the Tracy Cox Rabbit vibrator is designed to bring the user to orgasm with little or no effort. While that may be true for some, I was too impatient to put up with how long that was taking. Because the rabbit ears and the length of the toy weren’t perfect for my body, it did require some effort to bring myself close to orgasm, but, as I’ve said, that doesn’t mean it won’t be for you.

Other than that, I had to maneuver my clit with my hand to get the most pleasure, but for a significant part of that time, I could do without touching myself and angling it down (unfortunately, that meant that the pressure on my g-spot wasn’t as noticeable.

Other than that, with one of them being relative, there wasn’t anything I didn’t like about this toy, which was a pleasant happenstance.

Let’s get physical! 

Let’s address some boring shit here:

That packaging, I suppose that isn’t too dull, is fucking beautiful. Like the toy, it’s black and depicts a woman and a man in an eye-closing, mouth-opening embrace. Honestly, I would have preferred just the picture of the toy (or a picture of two women!), but the packaging didn’t detract from the awesomeness of the toy.

The specs aren’t listed on the packaging, but no fear, my fellow readers; everything you need to know is listed on Lovehoney’s site based on the info on the toy they provide. If you’re not feeling up to clicking on that link, I’ll summarize for you:

4″ Insertable

8.5″ Long

4.25″ Circumference

Also, woo hoo, rechargeable!

The toy has two speeds and five patterns. I found the BOOM pause BOOM pattern to be quite enjoyable. The Supersex Rabbit has a firm head, and while Lovehoney’s site says that it has a firm vibe, the shaft is still easily maneuverable.

The buttons are effortless to press and navigate, which I very much appreciate in a toy with multiple patterns and speeds. I don’t want to have to stop jacking off to press buttons to bring me closer to orgasm. Masturbating shouldn’t be that difficult (says the woman who takes notes as she jacks off).

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Who would like this toy? Would I recommend it? 

Someone with a pubic bone that isn’t painful and who enjoys a g-spot vibe would enjoy this toy. That being said, the curve isn’t too intense. Because I love g-spot stimulation, I’m all for this toy, but I’m hesitant to comment on the curve because it works for me. As I see reviews pop up on the web, I’ll link them here so that you can get a second opinion.

Do you have any questions? Let me know what you’d like me to review next or if you think this is the right rabbit for you. Click on the banner below to visit Lovehoney’s site, or click here for the direct link to the Supersex Rabbit.


 Buying from the links above gets me many toys at no extra cost to you, which is pretty awesome (if I do say so myself, and I do).









  • Internal and External Stimulation
  • Classy as Fuck Black
  • Easy to Press Buttons


  • Quite frankly, none o.O

28 thoughts on “REVIEW: Tracey Cox Supersex Rabbit

  1. I really love the aesthetic of this one. It looks so smooth, I kind of want to pet it. I’m hesitant about trying it though, because I need more clit stim, as you mentioned. I don’t know if the proportions would be perfect for my body. Great review.

    1. Thanks ^_^ It’s always a risk you take when it comes to rabbits. However, if you maneuver your labia just right you can probs get the stimulation you need!

  2. I wonder when a company is going to start making different molds for different arm-lengths on rabbit vibes. It’s always been an issue finding one that is right for your anatomy.

  3. I’m curious…does the shaft rotate? I remember it used to be a big selling point on rabbits, but now no one seems to mention it anymore. I always wondered if rotation interfered with waterproofing somehow, too…

  4. The photos in this review aren’t of the Supersex rabbit, but the Greedy Girl rabbit. They look similar, but going to the LH site, the Supersex has got a rounded base and some other differences. Did you link the wrong pictures?

    That being said, I appreciate the review. Would you recommend this over the GG, or do you have a rabbit you like even better?

    1. You’re so right about the photos! I’ll be redoing all of them in a while but it’ll take quite some time. They are quite similar but I liked the Supersex Rabbit the best ^_^ If you’re going to get one or the other, I’d press for the Supersex <3

  5. I believe the secret to getting the Tracey Cox Supersex rabbit to work for me is movement. If I were to hold the vibe in place, it wouldn t do much. It s just too buzzy. But with a small jiggle, the ears rub my clit as well as vibrating it, I get more stimulation internally, and that gives me enough to lead to a satisfying orgasm.

  6. Rabbits have never worked for me well but this one looks so nice that it kinda makes me wanna try again? 😂

    1. I liked it and it worked for my body but it may not work for yours. Keep that in mind. I’ve had great success with Lovehoney rabbits in general

  7. Since you have reviewed both, if you had to make a choice between the TC Supersex rabbit and the Greedy Girl for someone new to g-spot vibrators, but occasionally uses a clit vibrator (Dame Fin) which would you choose?

    I’m considering buying one, and not considering other models, and split between the two.

    The TC is smaller, less powerful, less intimidating, which are probably good things.

    But the GG is very/more highly rated across multiple blogs, sites, and reviewers. It’s also waterproof (easier to clean!) and a little less expensive. A seemingly better value.

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