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Celebrating Iconic LELO Classics

Ah… memories.

That’s what LELO does best: we help you enjoy unforgettable moments that make you smile for weeks, months, even years. Hopefully you have a particularly fond LELO memory – if you do, we’d like you to share it with us. You could win a LELO classic of your choice!

Entry is simple; just click the like button below and head over to our Facebook page, and join our 20,000+ fans. Then, look out for competition updates, there will be one a day encouraging you to comment, and the best comment wins. Simple, fun and sexy.
The competition runs from 17th-25th September, and winners will be announced shortly after that.

The prizes include the very products we’ll be showcasing: your choice out of eight LELO classics. You can see them below…


So click below and ‘like’ us, and start celebrating the timeless LELO classics today!


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About Katy Thorn

Katy Thorn is a post-grad writer with a passion for - and a history of - writing about sex, sexuality and all that it entails. She spends her time running, reading, writing and socialising. Katy has a cat named Feargal, she loves coffee and hates writing bios.

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  1. We got the Luna Beads too and my girlfriend says there wasn’t more fun dancing before … everytime she shakes her hip make her more hotly – and that says we got great sex back home

  2. I got the Luna beads and they’re awesom! Usually i hate the irregularities of the street while driving but with this little joyful balls I LOVE IT!
    More fun wihle daning and even my darling got more fun cause they make me realy hotly 😉

  3. So no way to enter that won’t give my grandma the vapours?

  4. dootsiebug: know what you mean. It appears that the only way to enter the competition is to discuss your sex life with millions of unknowns. Why would you want to do that? This seems to be aimed at youngsters who can ‘brag’ about their latest achievement. Stupid idea, Lelo.

  5. Night Owl (@nightowl197395)

    At least if it was Twitter, it can be somewhat anonymous. I would love to share my Lelo love on Twitter, but Facebook? Yikes. Don’t care to have my high school classmates know which toys light up my nights!

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