Sex Advice

The Zalo Rosalie Rabbit Vibrator Packs Total ‘Bridgerton’ Vibes—And Offers Blended Orgasms

Mary Grace Garis

Photo: ZALO/W+G Creative
I burn for the Zalo Rosalie Rabbit Vibrator. I’m someone seduced by aesthetics, so the ornate pastel, gold-tipped vibe—part of Zalo’s Versailles collection—had already been on my must-try list for months when Bridgerton became a go-to steamy binge for the masses. The show, then, only expanded my lust for the vibe, which evokes Rococo-era decadence and also (perhaps unintentionally) the spirit of the Netflix’s show Regency era.

“If you’re looking for a show-off-worthy vibe that is easy to introduce to a partner, Zalo’s Rosalie Rabbit Vibrator with French-inspired jewelry detailing is elegant and powerful,” says Tiana North, sex educator and co-founder of The Sex Work Survival Guide, a non-profit organization advocating for the rights and safety of sex workers. “Plus, with Bluetooth connectivity, it’s an exciting addition to partner play.”

Here’s the sweet irony of my love for the Rosalie, then: Penetrative toys are simply not my go-to for self-pleasure. In pre-pandemic times, I enjoyed the experience of penetrative partnered sex for the connection it facilitated to another person. It was never about the penetration itself, since I never orgasm from penetration alone (which is extremely common, by the way). That’s where dual stimulation can come in handy. Because while yes, the main focus of a rabbit vibrator like the Rosalie is penetration, it also offers a little extra help from that external nub.

“Rabbit vibrators, also known as dual-stimulation massagers, are great for stimulating the clitoris externally in addition to internally,” says North. “The G-spot varies by person and could be either the urethral sponge, internal bulbs of the clitoris, and for some, a combination of both. Dual-stimulation vibrators are popular for the same reason many couples incorporate toys into penetrative sex: Many vulva-owners require both internal and external stimulation for peak pleasure.”

Many vulva-owners also love dual stimulation because it can result in blended orgasms that stimulate multiple erogenous zones at once. I’m no virgin to a blended O, but until I met Rosalie, I wasn’t super into the idea of using a G-spot-friendly toy to achieve one. Here’s what happened when I finally tried the luxe toy that gives me Bridgerton vibes.

Meet the Zalo Rosalie Rabbit Vibrator, the sex toy that I’d pick in a Bridgerton-style marriage market.

Shop Now: Rosalie Rabbit Vibrator, $159

I own the Rosalie Rabbit Vibrator in royal blue, which 100 percent looks like the toy Daphne Bridgerton would use after quick romps with the Duke. (Hot take: There’s no way she gets her needs satisfied after those blink-and-you’ll-miss-it interludes.) The toy also comes in a Featherington-approved rouge pink and a deep raspberry bright red.

Rosalie is made of silicone with a purr of Softek coating. A delicate engraving is carved into the base of the silicone, and the gold-plated tip comes with an attached 24 karat jewelry-grade gold chain. This is a fun accessory if you’re looking to go in deep and need something to tug the toy out of you. Even the box Rosalie comes in is gorgeous; it’s a powder blue and decked out with an ornate floral design.

But since beauty alone doesn’t guarantee an amazing sexual experience, it’s important to note that Rosalie also offers the benefit of variety, with eight adjustable modes and completely different pleasure combinations. And when I finally took Rosalie to my boudoir, I was shocked by all the gasp-worthy sensations it afforded me.

While the head of the longer end is slightly bulbous, it also has a narrower tip for streamlined insertion that anyone who’s intimidated by rabbit vibrators will love. (By comparison, the head on my other rabbit vibrator is much larger, and I mainly use it externally.) In playing around with the settings, I discovered one where the vibration of penetrative shaft alternates with the vibration of the clitoral nub—and that’s an exciting way to extend your play.

Speaking of exciting, with both motors revving, blended orgasms are in store. I, for example, was left absolutely breathless by the combination of powerful clitoral stimulation and G-spot stimulation. While intense, it’s been a thousand months in quarantine…so, well, I desperately needed something that felt intense. But, given that intensity potential, I advise testing the toy on other body parts before your erogenous zones when you’re trying it for the first time. This way, you’ll have a sense of what to expect.

Furthermore, while the price point skews high, keep in mind that with rabbit-style vibrators, you’re basically getting a two-for-one toy, thanks to the external and internal use possibilities. Of course, there are less expensive rabbits on the market, and those may well suit your pleasure needs. But if you want to feel like Daphne Bridgerton? I can’t recommend this ornate option enough.

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