Review: Lelo Sona
A few years ago, one of the leading companies producing erotic toys and, consequently, the drops of pleasure, Lelo, created something innovative for women - Sona, a sonic vibrator, broke into the market.
For those of you who don't know Lelo: The idea was born in Stockholm in 2003, in the minds of three designers who wanted to do just one thing - design beautiful toys for women. Today, they produce the aforementioned erotic accessories for women. Also, they have added toys for men and couples to the collection.
They never disappoint in product form. Lelo's toys are sophisticated and do not look cheap. It is also true for this sonic vibrator, which resembles a penguin. The product is made of body-friendly silicone, which can be pink, lilac, or black, your choice.
Lelo's packaging is discreet and minimalistic as it is only suitable for a company with well-designed toys. I already got excited just looking at this beautiful box. I couldn't wait to see a penguin hiding under the hood. In addition to the toy, the package also includes a charger, a storage bag, instructions, and a lubricant. To the touch, Sona is comfortable and adapts well to the shape of a palm. The advantage over other erotic toys is its super lightness, making it easier to glide over the "peach".
Up until now, I was excited about the new toy. But I must admit, Lelo has got me at hello. Unfortunately, I am also one of those who too often fall in appearance.
Lelo Sona is a sonic vibrator that, unlike other vibrators, is supposed to stimulate 75% of the clitoris. What is a sonic vibrator? Sonic means that it does not produce vibrations. Instead, it creates sound and supersonic waves. In other words, Sona is supposed to act on the clitoris the same way bass acts on our body at a concert. As a lover of quieter gigs, I was not too excited about this feeling. However, this time, I was ready to give my clit a little bit of wild fun. Sona offers eight different vibrations - "clitoral concerts" - from differently long wave intervals, alternating between stronger and weaker sonic vibrations. You can also choose between various programs. The toy is straightforward to use, the buttons are responsive, and shifting programs during masturbation does not disrupt your slow-moving pace towards the climax.
Although my clitoris is not delicate, the vibrations were so strong; I had to switch off Sona at first contact. I was seriously considering whether or not to continue. However, my need and curiosity did not give me peace. Due to the unpleasant feeling, I started repeatedly withdrawing it and bringing it closer to the clitoris. When I finally found the right angle and the "auch, it hurts" changed to "OH," I started playing with programs. Out of the eight, only three met my requirements - intervals of differently long waves. The pulses were hurting my clitoris, and they gave me the same unpleasant feeling as the concert described above.
They advertise the product as extremely quiet, but I would never use it anywhere other than in the shelter of my home and bed; Sona is quite loud. When it comes into contact with the clitoris, it starts emitting a funny sound that resembles mating deers sounds. As I increased the vibrations strength, the noise became louder, which occasionally disturbed my rhythm, and instead of an orgasm, I got an attack of laughter.
Despite the initial difficulties and the unpleasant sound, Sona brings you to a climax that only a few erotic toys can. Orgasm is powerful, even cathartic. I could feel the shivers on my back. Although I was a bit confused at first, it was worth the effort to find the right program, vibration strength, and angle. I would recommend it to those persistent researchers who are ready for a quick and powerful orgasm.
You can read more about Sona here: https://www.lelo.com/sona
You can buy it here: https://www.libido.si/izdelek/lelo-sona/