June marks the beginning of summer, although it seems like the weather’s already arrived. Lots of rabbits are running around outside, and Cal Exotics has new rabbits for inside as well. This month, as part of their Sexpert program, I received the Entice Katharine for free in exchange for this review.
The Entice Katharine comes in a black cardboard box, with a picture of the product on the front and product information on the sides and back. The toy comes in 3 colors – pink, raspberry, and purple. My Katharine came in raspberry, and it’s a rich purplish pink color. Inside the box are the vibrator and a USB charging cord, as well as a general instruction sheet.
Katharine is a nicely-sized silicone rabbit. She’s 8 1/2” long overall, with about 4” insertable. Her shaft is covered with smooth, non-tacky silicone, and she has a gently curved shape. Several waves run down her sides adding to her aesthetic – these don’t add to the internal sensation, but give her a sleek, modern look. The tip of the shaft is rounded and slightly tapered for easier insertion, and there’s a slight bulge for G-spot stimulation. The shaft is just 1 1/4” wide, great for those who don’t like girthier rabbits, and narrows slightly towards the base.
The clitoral arm is a small rabbit that has a nose bump, which may hit your clit directly on, and two separated ears. This arm is 2 1/4” long and about 1” wide. The arm is flexible away from the shaft, which aids in positioning.
Katharine is a rechargeable rabbit, and she charges via USB – you can plug her into your computer, or into a USB wall port for charging. The charging contacts are magnetic, and the two contacts attach over Katharine’s control buttons. The charger only attaches one way to the toy, and it snaps on securely – it doesn’t tend to come unattached. When charging, a white light flashes around the buttons, and it glows steadily when Katharine is fully charged.
This rabbit is controlled by two buttons which are located below the clit arm. The buttons are surrounded by a metal-plated ABS ring. The top button controls the clit stimulator, and the bottom button controls the shaft. Each button must be pressed for 3 seconds to turn the motor on, and three seconds to turn it off. The vibration patterns are the same in both motors: 3 steady vibrations (low, medium, and high), and 5 pulse patterns. The vibrations are strong, and are on the buzzy side. They’re concentrated below the tip in the shaft (they can be felt farther down the shaft, but are much weaker) and in the main part of the bunny on the clit arm (and they do travel well through the ears). No light indicates when just the clit arm is turned on, but a white light and a red light both glow when the shaft is on.
What makes Katharine unique from other rabbits is that she warms during use. The sensation is most pronounce in the top part of the shaft, and the shaft warms up to 104 degrees Farenheit when it’s turned on.
Katharine is waterproof, so she’s great to take into the bath.
This rabbit is easy to clean before and after use with antibacterial soap and water, or you can use toy wipes or toy cleaner. She doesn’t pick up a lot of lint, and can be stored in a toy bag – the box can be used, but it won’t hold up over time. Water-based lube is recommended, but if you prefer silicone, do a spot test near the bottom of Katharine to make sure there’s no reaction.
So, Did It Work? Katharine is a fun little rabbit, and I’d recommend her. Her vibrations are pretty strong, and even though they’re on the buzzy side, they’re strong enough to bring me to orgasm. I usually don’t use patterns for clit stimulation, but internally I really enjoyed the pulses. The clit arm is just a bit too short to hit my clit with its nose bump, but the ears reach just fine. I like that the motors are controlled separately, so I can have the patterns inside and the steady vibrations on my clit.
I could feel the tip of the shaft warming inside, and the amount it warmed depended on if I was using the steady vibrations or the pulses. I don’t know if it reached 104 degrees, but it was pleasantly warm during use.
I also really like the charging plug this comes with. Some magnetic ones I have for other toys are really finicky – you have to position the charger on the right area, and then fiddle with the angle to keep the logo lit and the toy charging. And there’s nothing worse than thinking you’ve charged a toy, then finding out that it hasn’t charged at all. With Katharine’s charger, it snaps securely to the toy, keeping it in place and charging without worry.
Thank you to Cal Exotics for sending me the Entice Katharine for free to review! If you’re interested in the Cal Exotics’ Entice line you can check them out (Katharine is not available as yet) at PinkCherry.com.
This product was provided to me for free in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.