Review Roundup: SONA 2 Clitoral Massager

Ever heard of the phrase “clitorally mindblowing”? Because that’s the best way to describe the new and improved SONA 2 clitoral massager. This little pleasure maker makes big sonic waves that stimulate deep into the clitoris. It’s also fully waterproof and shower-friendly (roommates… we get it). Its fast yet gentle sensations are pretty much guaranteed to have your knees shaking, so start off slow and listen to your body. Don’t believe us? Check out the reviews below.



LELO SONA 2 Review

by Mogwai

“Does Sona 2 surpass the first one? It is not certain. Indeed, it will depend on your desires and your needs. Because it must be said, this Sona 2 is for me, a model that will be more suitable for users who want a soft feeling, a stimulation that rises slowly, with which we can play, the kind where we start slowly, then we go up, before to reach orgasm.”

Read more at 69desirs.


Review: Lelo Sona 2 vs. Sona 2 Cruise Clit Stimulators

by Felicity

“That last option… it’s the one that’s the clit-megaphone. The vibrating-pulsing effect resounds around my clit. It’s kinda crazy, and hard to describe exactly. OMFG, that pattern. Even on the lower intensities, the amplified effect makes me try holding off my orgasm, because Sona 2’s mouth is drawing it out of me and I want to keep feeling this.”

Read more at Phallophile.

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Toy Review – LELO Sona 2 and Sona 2 Cruise Comparison

by Tawney Seren

“The LELO Sona 2 Sonic Clitoral Pulsation Vibrator fits perfectly in the palm of your hand, looking almost bird-like in appearance as it curves upward to the sucking tip. This is a new and improved design from the popular Sona and has a softer and deeper mouth to cover your clitoris (or nipples!)”

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Written by: Donna Turner

Donna Turner
Donna is a Volonté contributor and freelancer who lives in San Francisco with her understanding husband and not-so-understanding teenage sons. Her work has been published in The Journal of Sexology and she is currently writing a book on love languages.

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