Granted, rabbit vibrators and other high-tech dual-actions are slightly more complicated than your average slimline. But these fantastic toys are definitely worth a try, so read up and get ready to join the rabbit revolution!
The first thing to do is take a look at your vibrator and identify the two main parts: the "shaft," which is the portion that looks like a phallus or penis, and an external "bunny" clitoral stimulator.
Next, make sure you've got your batteries installed correctly. For detailed instructions, click on the link that reads "Complete Battery Instructions" on the Jack Rabbit's product detail page.
Experiment with the controls before you play with your toy. Depending on the type of vibrator you have and the controller that powers it, you'll most likely be able to control two separate functions: The shaft will typically rotate for internal stimulation and the bunny (or other clitoral stimulator) will vibrate against the clitoris for external stimulation. Play with the controls until you understand which control operates which feature and what kind of action you can expect from each.
Next you'll want to apply some lubricant. Most toys work well with a water-based lubricant. Apply the lube first to the shaft of the vibrator. About a dime's worth of lubricant in your hand should do the job. You'll also probably enjoy the experience more if you apply lubricant to yourself and the clitoral stimulator.
Before turning on your toy, begin by inserting the shaft slowly into your vagina, with the bunny facing up. You'll know you have everything inserted correctly when the bunny's ears are roughly lined up over your clitoris. If your bunny vibrator also has rotating pearls or beads in the shaft, these will probably be near your vaginal opening at this point.
When you're finished, just slide the shaft out and clean your vibrator with the recommended cleaning method for that material. For the best results, remove the batteries from your vibrator before you store it to increase their life span.