"For an ultimate experience in luxury, there is no better pleasure than a LELO."
Riding wavesSONA is a sonic clitoral massager. That means it doesn’t rely on vibrations like a conventional sex toy. Instead, it uses sonic waves and pulses to stimulate the entire clitoris – not just the external part you can see and touch.
Ready, set, goSONA features eight different and intensely pleasurable settings, so you can find the perfect sensation for you. The interface has been redesigned too, making the buttons so easy you can use them with your eyes closed. And you will.
Get wetSONA is 100% waterproof. So if you like pina coladas and getting caught in the rain, your chariot has arrived. It also makes it super easy to clean. SONA is made from a single piece of silicone, and this one-piece design keeps it watertight – even at the charging socket. Perfect for the bath, shower or hot tub.
It's a Matter of Sighs
SONA fits perfectly in the palm of your hand, and discreetly in a purse.
Apply SONA to the clitoris.
Turn on SONA and find your favorite setting.
Use sparingly and edge closer to climax.
There is a sexy, sensual ritual to opening a LELO box: it’s a celebration of pleasure, the ultimate expression of indulgence and excitement. Share it wisely, often, and with care.
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사이즈 : 115 x 50 x 56mm 무게 : 116g
유해물질 없는 의료용 실리콘
레드닷 디자인어워드 수상 제품
쉽고 간편한 조작법
8단계의 진동 모드
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There's a new class of tech-savvy sex toys that's unlike anything else your orgasm has ever seen. The latest incarnation also happens to be the best vibrator I've ever tried—I'm pretty sure the technology it uses will revolutionize the future of all pleasure products. Yeah, it's that good.
Unlike traditional vibes (which, duh, use vibration to stimulate your sensitive spots), a new batch of sonic vibrators create airwaves around your clitoris to suck it upward, stimulating more of your clit than you probably thought possible. I'd tried vibrators like this before and let me tell you, damn. But the sonic vibrator from LELO, the company responsible for some of the most high-end sex toys on the market, has totally revolutionized my orgasm.
The LELO SONA Cruise, a sleek pink and gold "sonic massager" with different vibration modes, intensity settings, and a head that looks like a little mouth, is a true game-changer. Unlike other vibes, you don't need to move the SONA Cruise at all—place the mouth over your clitoris and it does all the work for you. The result? A deliciously good orgasm without me having to lift a finger.
Sonic sex toys I've tried before (like the Womanizer and the Satisfyer) vibrate very softly because their main function is suction—it feels like they're reaching deep within your core, pulling an orgasm out of you. The LELO SONA Cruise feels more like a vibrator, with extremely powerful vibrations on the surface of the clitoris. This surprised me, since the press release emailed to me said it "stimulates the entire clitoris—even the parts you don't see—with an eager, fluttering sonic hum, for a different kind of orgasm produced by the gentle deep-tissue massage of sonic waves." That wasn't my experience: The vibration felt very concentrated on the head.
Still, the sonic vibration action was good. It created a prolonged climax after a sensual buildup—the kind of luxuriously drawn out orgasm that still has you feeling tingly minutes later. While its competitors aim to get women off quickly—and do a damn good job at it—the LELO SONA Cruise aims for more sustained pleasure. And it succeeds too: My orgasms from this one take more like four or five minutes, rather than two or three, but they follow a very distinctive arc. Around a minute or two before climax, my vagina starts having singular contractions spaced a few seconds apart, each of which feels like its own mini orgasm. I'd describe the process as more of a hill than a mountain with a sharp peak.
Also unlike the Womanizer and Satisfyer, this one isn't great for attempting multiple orgasms. The vibrations are so powerful it would probably leave your clit in a coma. I usually like to put vibrators up to the highest setting, but I couldn't handle this one that way, likely because of another unique SONA Cruise feature: The toy's name is a reference to "cruise control," because it doesn't lose power when you press it hard against you. Honestly, I could've done without this. It felt like more nerve cells in my clit were dying with each use. (Felt being the operative word—contrary to popular belief, vibrators can't actually permanently desensitize you.)
Another downside is that the whole thing, including the nozzle, is pretty hard plastic. The Satisfyer Pro 2, for example, is squishy where it comes into contact with your skin, so you can press it down without worrying about pain. But you've got to be careful with this one: Its power is unprecedented, and that's saying a lot for someone who's tried the alarmingly strong Satisfyer Pro 2: Next Generation.