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.
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. It felt like more nerve cells in my clit were dying with each use.
( 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.
PS: If you already own the Sona Cruise and want to try out more Lelo products, the brand is offering up to 50% off sitewide through December 6.
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I'd tried vibrators like this before and let me tell you, The Lelo Sona Cruise, a sleek pink and gold "sonic massager" with different vibration modes and 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. A deliciously good orgasm without having to lift a finger.