Choosing between LELO pleasure products is a bit like choosing ice cream: you know you can’t go wrong, you know it’s going to be good, but that doesn’t always make it any easier. We currently have two related products, the HULA Beads (Ben Wa Balls) and the LYLA 2 (Bullet Vibe), and although they look vaguely similar, they’re designed for very different purposes.
So, to make sure you make the perfect choice, we’ve put together this HULA Beads vs LYLA 2 toy comparison. In this article, we ask the question: if you’ve never tried a product like this before, which one should you choose?
Named for the sexy way they rotate (like a hula girls’ hips), the HULA Beads are the world’s first remote controlled pleasure beads. Despite the quality of their construction, they’re noticeably light, and that means you can either use them noisily in the bedroom, or you can slip them inside for some more adventurous pleasure wherever you go.
Insertable Length: 9.6 cm (3.8 inches)
Circumference at Widest Point: 3.8 cm (1.5 inches)
LYLA 2 is a powerful, quiet bullet-style vibe that also works as a remote control vibrating egg. It’s a firm vibe designed to be used externally, or slipped inside for satisfying and discreet sensations with a partner, or hands-free solo pleasure. The gentle contours and the light weight ensure it stays perfectly in position at all times, comfortably and pleasurably.
Insertable Length: 7.6 cm (3 inches)
Circumference at Widest Point: 3.3 cm (1.3 inches)
The stats are pretty evenly matched, but we all know that it’s not the numbers that make pleasure products like these; it’s the purpose, and the sensations.
For that reason, if you’ve never tried a remote control internal vibe before and you’re looking for an introduction to the toe-curling, lip-chewing pleasure these products can offer, we recommend the LYLA 2. It’s slightly smaller, slightly narrower, and it’s the perfect gift for a loved one or for yourself.
The sensations offered by the HULA Beads are more intense, thanks to the rotating G-spot targeting tip, and it might be too much to take for those new to these products.