Babeland, the saucy, woman-friendly sex-toy store, recently turned 15 and released a list of the top 15 All-Star Sex Toys. We've generously offered to take them for a test drive. In this installment, we take the Vibratex Rabbit Habit and njoy Pure Wand for a spin.

At first, I was perplexed by the Pure Wand ($108). Pulling it out of its swank, velvet-lined box, I wondered, "Where do the batteries go? Just what the heck does this thing DO?" A quick Google search tipped me off to the fact that this double-ended toy is for G-spot or prostate massage.

If you're one of those women (like me) who believe the G-spot is probably a myth invented by Cosmopolitan, the weight and pressure of the Pure Wand will dispel those doubts.

Click here to read how this thing works and another All-Star product review.

To use it, you just choose an end based on your, erm, capacity, and rock the toy or apply pressure to your G-spot. Use in conjunction with a silver-bullet vibe for best results.

This sex toy is made of stainless steel, so it will literally last for-freakin'-ever.

Con: This sex toy is made of stainless steel, so it gets freakin' cold. Run it under warm water or wrap it in a towel before applying to your lady region.

I have had a hard-and-fast "no animals in my crotch" policy since a boyfriend once gave me a "Charlie the Chimp" dildo with a vibrating banana that made me burst out laughing every time I tried to use it. But even though the Rabbit Habit ($90) does include a miniature bunny with whirling, vibrating ears, the dual sensations of penetration and vibration make this toy an indispensable part of every girl's sex-toy arsenal.

Pro: I'm a sucker for anything purple and glittery.

Con: Charlotte got addicted to the rabbit on an episode of "Sex and the City," making me feel a bit cliched for liking it.

Emily McCombs is a Lemondrop editor who's dedicated to trying out the best of the sex-toy world.