Review: Lelo Enigma
Lelo Enigma, a black swan with shimmering feathers on its back and a beak that would caress your clitoris? Yes, that's what my commercial for Engima sounded like; that's how I imagined it all the year around. Luckily, Christmas came early for me.
This summer, I also applied to foreign affiliate programs with Lelo for the first time. Since that hot July day, a new email has arrived with the promotional offers that Lelo offers every now and then. I clicked on a link and saw it. Lelo Enigma was the first toy that appeared on a screen, and it was fifty euros cheaper than ten days ago. Although I don't like to believe in faith, this time, I thought Lelo Enigma was destined for me this year. Lelo Enigma was on my way to my house, whether it was the stars or the algorithm.
I waited for two hundred and forty hours to solve the Enigma's enigma, but I was not bored. I was having fun with Lelo Sona, which has been in my closet for four years, and it never left me cold. Both toys are very similar. If I have described Sona as a penguin, Enigma is more like a swan because of the addition of the flexible, curved neck and the thick, hard head at the end. At first glance, however, the neck and head are all that separates it from Sona, the sonic vibrator for clitoral stimulation. In the case of the Enigma, clitoral stimulation is accompanied by G-spot stimulation.
As with Sona, the packaging is minimalist - a black box with a window, behind which the toy lies in all its glory, dressed in black silicone with a gradient purple-pink ABS plastic on the back. In addition to the sonic vibrator, I also got a warranty card (valid for eleven years - in the first year, you get a new toy if anything is wrong with the first one), a charging cable that is not magnetic, an instruction manual, a few drops of lubricant, and a storage bag. Both toys use a rotor to create sound waves that can penetrate even the most well-hidden parts of the clitoris. People describe it as suction, which I couldn't wait to test in synergy with the head vibrations for G-spot stimulation. This time I didn't bother about whether I would find it.
On the Enigma's belly, there are three buttons, the top one with the - sign to decrease the vibration and suction power, the bottom one with + to increase them, and the middle one () to switch the toy on/off and to choose between eight programs: monotonous vibration, pulsation, and waves at different speeds.
From the day I held it in my hands for the first time until today, I have tried it countless times without lubricant. The peach became wet after warming up the clitoris with the head of the vibrator. Inserting it was still a bit difficult, but I didn't have to struggle with the Enigma as I did with some other toys. I kept pushing the head into the peach until the sonic beak reached the golden spot. Then, with a quick press of the center button, I switched the toy off and switched it on again when the beak was hugging the clit. I was grateful that Lelo had also thought about the position of the buttons when the vibrator was in place. Then you'll be damn thankful that the 'minus' is on top and the 'plus' is on the bottom.
The Enigma starts working with the most potent monotonous vibrations. Holding the - button, I quickly got to the weakest power and slowly worked my way up. I decided not to test patterns for the very first time. Instead, I held the button to increase the vibration, and within two seconds, I got to the strongest. It seemed to me that orgasm was lurking behind the next door. But to my surprise, the clitoris got used to it and wanted more. Hoping another strength was waiting around the corner, I pressed the plus button. But unfortunately, that was it. The orgasm came anyway, just less intense and a few minutes later.
Unlike other toys, the patterns made me feel ecstatic. Also here, you can adjust the strength of the vibrations and choose the level you like best. I rarely reached for the strongest patterns myself; the medium strength was enough to blast me out of this world. Enigma has become the only toy where monotonous vibrations are no longer a constant feature of my evenings. The wave pattern, the fourth in the series, suited me best. I could easily have relied on the pulsation to find the sweet ending, as it was strong enough, both inside the peach and outside.
Later, I also achieved what I had expected from Enigma: tears on my face and between my legs, a strong grabbing of the sheets, and a sweet deliverance at the end. I also tested it with lubricant and underwater. In neither case does the vibrator slide; it just makes slightly louder sounds.
Santa made a good choice and brought me a superb present. Although it emptied my wallet, I saved fifty euros and got myself a black swan suitable for beginners and more experienced users. I would advise against Sona for the first group, especially if they are not used to pressure waves, while Enigma, combining vibrations and sonic stimulation, ensures a pleasant orgasm.
You can buy it here: Lelo Enigma (If you decide to buy the toy, please follow this link. Thank you!)