24 Oct

Lelo Sona Cruise Air Pulse Clit Stimulator Review

Stop the press.  We have found it.  The holy grail.  Yes, it is entirely possible that the Lelo Sona Cruise is the perfect clitoral stimulator.

 

Our journey of air pulse clit stim started with the womanizer, via the entire satisfier range, and has now ended with the Lelo Sona Cruise.

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It’s a toy that has everything we could possibly ask for, and a price tag that sadly may make your eyes water.

In a slight change to the standard Lelo black packaging of which I have grown accustomed to, the Sona Cruise arrives in a box with a window!  That’s ok though, cos it’s a rather aesthetically pleasing little toy.

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We have the black variant, which regular readers won’t be surprised by, since my love of black toys is well documented.  It looks so awesome.  I love the curvature, almost abstract in it’s design, but also modern too, with the mirrored plastic which is also Lelo’s hallmark.

My description doesn’t do it justice, but it really is a gorgeous piece of kit.

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The awesome doesn’t stop there though.

 

It’s waterproof, despite a male-female type charging solution, and you also get a storage bag too.  If I was a more sentimental soul, I may even have kept the box.

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Blah de blah, yes I know, you want to know why the Sona Cruise is quite possibly the perfect clitoral stimulator.

 

Firstly, complementing the awesomeness of the black silicone, it’s just the right size; it fits in the palm perfectly and is so ergonomically designed that it’s a real natural grip.  It just kinda sits in your hand effortlessly, being all coy and modest about what lies within.

 

You know what else?  It’s quiet, like suspiciously quiet, and when it’s not quiet it’s tuneful, but more on that in a moment.

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But mostly, what we love about the Lelo Sona Cruise is its ability to draw M’s heavy breaths, to make her smile and release the tears of ecstasy.

 

 

Once charged, it’s pretty easy to use, three control buttons comprising a ‘+’, and a ‘-‘ either side of a third button are activated by a simple press of the plus sign.  Together with the minus button, the plus button give you access to 5 levels of intensity, whilst the central button offers 7 patterns.  Turning off is a long press of the minus button.

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As with most toys, M prefers the constant stimulation settings on the Lelo Sona Cruise that the first press of the button brings.

Yes you read it right, setting 1 seems to be perfect for the usual power queen that M is.

That simple press of the plus button, greeted with a quick LED glow, sets off a deep hum, it’s a low level sound that easily blends into white noise.  As you scroll through the power settings, the pitch increases and the noise level loudens.  At top setting it is a little noisy, and if you’re playing round with the toy like I am now, and not actually using it on a clit, then it seems noisier than it is.  When it’s being used as intended, the skin and any bedcovers or clothing dampen the noise to the point where I can be in the same room as M, and not actually be aware she’s using it until I notice her breathing.

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Another great thing about the design of the Sona Cruise is the positioning of those buttons, with the toy in your hand, your thumb naturally hovers over the plus button.  Perfect for when you want to increase the intensity mid-masturbation.  However, you may not need to, since this is where the Sona Cruise plays its ace.

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Actually Ace is probably the wrong metaphor, since what we’re talking about here is actually bona fide magic.  You see, as M starts to really enjoy the sensations from the sona, it responds by delivering a bit more oomph.   It’s like it knows she needs that bit more and as if by magic tadaaa.  Watching, I hear the tone of the toy change as it delivers a little extra, it doesn’t just change once though, it steps up through a couple of changes.  Sounding a little like a kinky woodwind orchestra, playing towards crescendo as M pushes it into her clit.

 

Ok, so it may not be actual magic, it’s science, and I think it works by sensing that the toy is being pushed more firmly onto the clit by the change in air pressure from the air pulse tech, and delivering a bit more power because it assumes that this change in pressure means you’re close to orgasm and need a little help over the edge.  For M, this is absolutely spot on, she loves it, it is perfect, and time and again it brings her to multiple clitoral orgasms.  It gets the job done pretty quick too, but if you can refrain from pressing it on to the clit more firmly, then you can eke out the orgasm a little longer.  But when M wants a quick, super satisfying orgasm (or 3) then there is nothing else we own that she reaches for before the Lelo Sona Cruise.

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For M, the Sona is absolutely perfect in every way, being sleek and sexy, relatively quiet, quick and effective.  However, I wouldn’t be doing my job properly if I didn’t mention a tiny fault.  I know a fault means it’s not perfect, but for us it is, for you it may not be.  That fault is the size of the contact point, the nozzle.  It’s pretty small, compared to the womanizer and satisfyers we’ve tried, measuring around half an inch, a bit over 1cm, in diameter, and also being relatively shallow, also just over 1cm.  Worth bearing in mind if your clit pushes those measurements when aroused.

 

For us it’s perfect, and has swiftly become a most used toy.

Buy your Lelo Sona Cruise using this lovehoney affiliate link  or from Bettys Toy Box.

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