So, toy testing day being a big hit and a potential newcomer satisfied that a lot of fun can be had, there had to be one device that earned the most points by the team. None of the devices were bad but some were mediocre to the point where suggesting folks buy them when a few more dollars could yield superior results that I just held the rating back a bit, allowing consumers to think long and hard if they would be happy with the results. On the other end of the spectrum was the Platinum Collection Jack Rabbit by California Exotic Novelties, easily the most technologically advanced toy of the day.
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The clear TPE toy was built much like the also-appreciated Waterproof Beaded Butterfly with an important upgrade worth the extra points, a set of seven vibrational patterns and six speeds of shaft rotation to give it more flexibility. Nadine was already buzzing about the previous toy and acting like she couldn't get off a single time more than she had but I pushed her to give this one a shot, the results ending up in another wave of pleasure where the jaded toy tester produced even more vaginal fluids, something she thought was impossible.
The company website listed the specifications like this:
The original Jack Rabbitฎ just keeps getting better and better
6 powerful speeds of non-jamming rotating metal beads
Soft, unscented TPE
Easy load battery pack
Automatic off button
4 AA batteries
5" x 1.5"/13 cm x 4 cm
The additional battery was put to good use and helped it last longer but it was waterproof and carried the "Safe and Pure: Body & pleasure" logo so it probably won't kill you (at least directly). The waterproof testing was successful and the smell test showed it was a bit on the stinky side until washed with soap. There was no button to change the directions of the rotation but there was an "off" switch that helped out. To put it mildly, it blew her mind with how much fun she had, some additional stimulation provided with the previously tested Lollipop Crop, the total length of the toy being just above 10" even though half of it was not penetratable. The control portion was metallic silver too with a twist off cap and O ring, the device functioning as advertised though another susceptable to weak batteries (so use new ones).
The "Jack Rabbit" logo is trademarked by the company and rightfully so given the quality of the high end product line bearing the name (always insist on the real deal instead of the wannabe's populating the crowded market). While this version did not hook up to the internet or an Ipod, and was not the most expensive toy earning the coveted Xcritic Pick rating, it was a solid fusion of quality and technology the ladies will enjoy either with, or without, your help so get one of these for anyone you think can handle it.
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