Toy Review: LELO Mona 2

Disclaimer: I was provided with a free Mona 2 by LELO in exchange for my honest review. For more pictures and a video of the toy in action, read my original review on Being Blacksilk.

The Mona 2 is a luxury G-spot vibrator (and an update on the original LELO Mona) made by high-end manufacturers LELO featuring a “perfectly contoured form”. I didn’t get the chance to try the original, so I’m reviewing the LELO Mona 2 on its own merits.

The outer packaging of the vibrator is a slim box, white on one side showing a pictures of the Mona 2. The other sides are the colour of your toy. Inside this is a much studier box in thick, matte black cardboard, containing the Mona 2 nestled in a velvety cut-out.

In a compartment at one end are the charger, a sachet of LELO lube, a user booklet, a LELO authenticity card and lovely black satin drawstring bag. The inner box is very practical and elegant, so works well for both storage and gifitng.

The Mona 2 is rechargeable. It charges for around two hours (the buttons flash while it charges and glow constantly when it’s done) for a play time of around four hours. It charges via a jack in the handle that is covered by a silicone tab. But surprisingly the toy is waterproof, thanks to vacuum-sealed charging port.

The LELO Mona 2 is made from silicone and ABS plastic, making it body-safe and non-porous. The plastic is very glossy and smooth, giving it a modern look. The silicone is perhaps some of the silkiest silicone you’ll ever feel. It feels fantastic when run over skin and it’s gorgeous to stroke.

The silicone covers hard internals, which means there is basically no flex to the toy. If you need a stiff curve to stimulate your G-spot, this will be right for you. If you like to be able to put pressure on your G-spot or clit, the Mona 2 is awesome for that too. You can buck against this all you like.

The Mona 2 is very lightweight. It is 8.25″ long, of which around 5.5″ is insertable, which is more than enough to reach the majority of G-spots. The toy is around 1.4″ diameter at its widest point (the middle of the G-spot head), which narrows down to just less than an inch at the ‘neck’ of the vibrator.

The Mona 2 is great for ease of use with an incredibly intuitive interface. The + and – buttons are on the right and left of the toy respectively (as it faces up). They turn the toy on and off and increase/decrease the speed. At the top and bottom are two arrow buttons used to cycle between modes. The buttons are slightly raised from the surface of the toy, so they’re very easy to find in the heat of things.

The Mona 2 also features a travel lock, which is mentioned on the box, yet sadly unexplained in the manual. As it happens, to lock the Mona 2 for travel, you press down on the – button and the + button at the same time for about three secs. The buttons light up and then go out to show it is locked. Repeating this unlocks the toy again.

IN USE

The Mona 2’s G-spot angle and shape is, for me, nearly perfect and is definitely shaped very well. The toy enters me easily and with very little effort it presses up into the G-spot. In fact, just that felt intense, especially since the hard body allows for more pressure. If just pressing with the Mona 2 feels intense, the usual stimulation feels amazing. The head feels fantastically shaped and the overall sensation of the toy moving in and out is wonderful.

The Mona 2 comes with six different vibration modes, including steady vibration. The patterns are pretty standard variations on pulses and escalations except for the last pattern which appears to be a random jumble of vibrations, similar to the PicoBong Moka‘s “Bumper Cars” pattern.

It’s a very discreet toy. Not only does the noise not carry through my door, but it doesn’t carry through my open doorway either. In fact, Crush couldn’t hear it from under the duvet for the vast majority of its vibration speeds. If you require discretion, this is for you.

The Mona 2 doesn’t wimp out on strength to achieve that discretion, either. It has a huge variety of vibration speeds which range from a tiny rumbly flicker to very decently strong. All the speeds are rumbly, for that matter and it is definitely strong enough to get me off and definitely strong enough for most people.

Internally is where it really shines. That’s when you get the full combination of vibration, material and shape. In fact, I had my first G-spot orgasm that was purely from vibration, just powerful vibrations on the right place. It was amazing. The LELO Mona 2 has really opened me up to the possibility of internal vibrators matching dildos at their own game.

What with pure pressure, pure vibration and the usual rubbing, the Mona 2 has given me three different ways of pleasing my G-spot, which I’ve just not had from any other toy.

CONCLUSION

LELO have made an absolutely wonderful toy here. It’s gorgeous both to look at and to feel and made from the most silky silicone. It’s sterilisable and cleaning it is so much easier due to the fact that it is waterproof. Not convinced it’ll hold up to bathtime? There’s always the one year warranty to ease your mind.

It’s discreet and intuitive (travel lock aside), the shape is fantastic enough that it could be a dildo and still wow me, the vibrations are rumbly and strong and it can make me G-spot orgasm in three entirely different ways. If that isn’t enough of a recommendation, I don’t know what is. Grab the Mona 2 with both hands. It’s worth it.

© Blacksilk

For a little more detail, more pictures and a video of the toy in action, read my original review on Being Blacksilk.

You can read more toy reviews from Blacksilk here and see more of her work, both in writing and images, on her blog Being Blacksilk.

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