I quickly became a huge fan of the Womanizer. In fact, I rarely ever use my regular vibrators anymore, just because I get such better feelings from it. That is why I was eager to try the Lelo Sona offered to me by Good Vibes. I received this toy for free in exchange for my honest review.
The Lelo Sona comes in a black display box. With it comes a USB charging cord, quick guide, One year warranty card, and black satin bag.
The Lelo Sona does not use vibrations, but instead “sonic waves and pulses” to stimulate the entire clitoris, not just the external part. Unfortunately the head is one size, so it is not detachable. That was not a problem for me, but I can imagine it might be a problem for women with more prominent clitorises.
I got the pink version of Sona, but it is also available in Cerise (a darker pink), and black. There are eight settings, and eight speeds. As usual, my favorite setting is the steady one, but unlike most toys, I can rarely stand to have it on the highest speed. I did have fun changing the speeds and hearing a very musical “Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do.” To turn on/off and change speeds, press the (+/-). To cycle through patterns and settings press the middle “()” button. You can set and unset the travel lock by holding and pressing the (+) and (-) buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
The Lelo Sona is 100% waterproof and made from silicone and PVC plastic. The button placement is fairly intuitive and it is easy to hold, though I wish there was less of a curve at the “handle.” Two hours of charging offers one hour of playtime, depending on speed and setting used. Another thing I love about Sona is how quiet it is. As much as I love using my toys, I still feel awkward if I can hear it too loudly.
Overall, I loved the Sona. I think it is my favorite Lelo product that I have owned in a while. I was impressed that the power definitely got a boost compared to previous toys. I loved that Sona is quiet and waterproof, making it easy to clean and use. Thank you Good Vibes for letting me review this toy!