The Power Bumper is a two-tone pink in color. The shaft and clitoral stimulator are a hot pink which is translucent, while the base is a more subdued carnation color. This is a good sized rabbit at 10” long and 5 1/4" insertable. The shaft has a 1 1/2" diameter, although it looks larger due to the texturing.
The texture on the Power Bumper is amazing. The TPR sleeve that covers the innards is composed of hundreds of tiny nubs all over. The entire shaft, the clitoral bunny (even his ears), everything except the base is nubbed. The nubs (and indeed the sleeve) are soft and squishy, and lightly tacky to the touch. They are flexible and not rigid to make insertion easier and stimulation comfortable and not painful. While the nubby sleeve that covers the vibrator is loose, it is firmly attached to the base.
The clitoral stimulator is in the shape of a rabbit with long ears. The rabbit extends 2 1/2" out from the body when measured from the top attachment to the shaft. The bullet is incased in the rabbit’s body.
Inside the shaft the head and beads are visible. The head piece rests atop the beaded section and can be lifted up a bit. The head is somewhat flexible. The beaded section consists of 4 rows of 3 beads that are spaced around their tracks.
The Power Bumper runs on 4 AA batteries, which are inserted by turning the bottom of the base slightly to the left. The battery direction is clearly labeled by diagrams inside the base. An O-ring sits between the base and the cap to make this vibrator safe to use in the shower or bath (although it’s far easier to manipulate in a bathtub).
The black control buttons are located on the bottom of the base. Two buttons control the clitoral vibrator, while the other two control the rotation. The two buttons on the left are, from top to bottom, Vibro and Hi/Lo. Vibro turns the clitoral stimulator on and off, while Hi/Lo cycles between high and low speed. The bullet’s low speed is more what I’d call medium, while the high is fairly strong.
The right buttons from top to bottom are labeled Spin and Rev. Spin starts and stops the shaft rotation, while Rev reverses the direction. The shaft only rotates at one speed, which is moderate, regardless of which direction it rotates in.
This isn’t a super quiet toy, but it isn’t terribly loud when inserted, either. As long as you’ve got some background music on, no one will know you’re using it.
The Power Bumper is made of TPR, which is hypoallergenic and phthalates free. It is semi-porous, so use a condom if you’re planning to share. This vibrator should be cleaned both before and after use by washing with antibacterial soap and warm water or you favorite toy cleaner and patted dry. Because it’s squishy, it isn’t hard to clean, even with the nubs covering the entire surface. The Power Bumper should be stored away from other toys, ideally in its box or a protective bag. Both silicone and water-based lubes are safe to use.
So, Did It Work? I liked the texture on this one – the nubs felt good, although I did have to use a lot of lube to get it in comfortably. The nubs made the Power Bumper feel a lot bigger in diameter than it would have if smooth. When the shaft was rotating they did provide some friction and stimulation since the sleeve is loose over the beads, and they also were stimulating when I thrust. I liked the nubs on the bunny as well, as they seemed to diffuse the vibration into multiple stimulation points.
The shaft rotation was decent, and I didn’t have any problems with the beads jamming. The bullet was moderately strong, and I liked that since it only had 2 speeds that it wasn’t super low on low. I would have liked the bullet to be located a bit farther down the bunny, however, so it hit my clit better. This is a problem I have with a lot of rabbits, where the most intense vibrations aren’t quite where I’d like them to be. I wasn't quite able to orgasm with this rabbit, but it worked well to get me close.
I didn’t find the buttons hard to use, and I actually liked their location on the bottom. It only took me a few tries to figure out what did what when I had it inserted, and since I tend to hold onto the base and not the bottom when using toys like this I didn’t hit them on accident.
This was fun to use in the tub as well. The water amplified the sound and it was louder than when I used it in my bedroom, but behind a closed door with the radio on it couldn’t be heard from the other side.
I’d like to thank Cal Exotics for sending this to me for free to review as part of their Sexpert program! If you’d like to try the Power Bumper for yourself, you can pick this one up at EdenFantasys by clicking on the widget below.
This product was sent to me for free from Cal Exotics in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.