LELO INA Wave Review
Using revolutionary WaveMotion™ technology, INA Wave is the very first rabbit-style massager that is able to rise and fall within you—much like the targeted G-spot stimulation offered by a lovers’ fingers.
Review: LELO INA Wave
“I love that the Ina Wave is an attractive and streamlined rabbit. There are no funky rabbit ears or dolphin heads here. Just clean lines. Yum. And the colours! It comes in cerise (pink), plum (purple) and ocean blue. I (obviously) grabbed the ocean blue. Please note that the ocean blue colour has a slight hint of turquoise in it, which my camera wasn’t picking up. Thank you Lelo for including a nonconventional colour choice!
Overall, the ingredients of this toy come together well. The smaller arm’s vibrations are strong enough to appease my power-hungry clitoris. The shaft’s vibrations aren’t as strong as the Mona 2’s, but they’re still pleasurable. And, once the waving is added, you have orgasms on the menu. “
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REVIEW | LELO INA WAVE: MY NEW FAVOURITE SEX TOY
“I’m completely giddy and over the moon about this vibrator.
As I discovered this past Sunday, the Ina Wave feels freakishly like the real thing. Once inserted, the moveable shaft gently strokes your g-spot, while the smaller arm vibrates and massages your clit. I was shocked at how quickly and powerfully I came the first time (and since I was alone, in a very nice hotel room, I didn’t hold back and actually let out a tiny scream. It was that good.) In fact, it was one of the most powerful orgasms I’ve had with a toy ever, period. While I came for a second, third and fourth time I couldn’t help but remark how much the velvety soft Ina Wave felt like actual fingers. Gorgeous, skilled, robot fingers.”
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Product review: Lelo Ina Wave
“The clitoral stimulator sat perfectly on my clitoris. In fact, the tightness of the toy caused it to kind of clamp down on my clit, applying a lot of pressure to that area. I’d never experienced that sort of pressure in that spot before, and I actually really liked it.
I find that once I have an orgasm, I become quite sensitive and it’s nice to be able to switch the toy off quickly to rescue my poor genitals from over-stimulation.”
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LELO INA Wave Vibrator Review
“Speaking of vibrations, the [INA Wave] really impressed me. Not only did the clitoral arm come to rest in the right position, it also applied a little pressure and produced powerful vibrations.
Although the wave function can’t make me orgasm alone, it definitely adds another level of stimulation to the already enjoyable sensations provided by the vibrations. Personally, I would take the Ina Wave, knowing I could turn the movement on, or leave it off, depending on my mood.”
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REVIEW: LELO INA WAVE
“So when I came to use this toy for the first time, I did my usual thing of cranking up the settings to see how much it impresses. And wow did it impress! The only problem was, it was all over in a flash!
The indented middle is very simply press-on and press-off, which is refreshingly easy compared to some designs! The toy also remembers the last setting you were on, meaning if you find the setting that blows your mind, you can switch on and go straight back to it.”
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Great all around vibrator, a must have ★★★★★
I’ve had the Ina 2 for over seven years now and it no longer changed vibrational styles, just speeds. Still amazing but I decided it was time for an upgrade and got myself this. Wow. I love that I can use it for just external stimulation, internal, or both. Long lasting battery, and quiet. I, on the other hand, am not quiet when I use it.
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Katy Thorn is a post-grad writer with a passion for writing about sex, sexuality, and all things rated R. She received her degree in Women’s Studies with a focus in Intersectionality at the University of California, Berkeley (Go Bears!). She has a cat named Yoko, drinks too much black coffee, and hates writing bios.