Question HI, so I'm looking to buy a sex toy, and in my search I found Lelo. All the products look absolutely amazing!! But there were a few that caught my eye. There are Lelo Isla or Soraya. They are basicly the same only that Soraya also has the clitorial stimulator. The thing is I always orgasm by clitorial stimulation but rarely by vaginal stimulation (so this is the part that i would like to explore more).
Also this would be my first sex toy so this is why i don't know what to chose and also i only have the money for one of them. I should probably say that i chose tham only based on the way they look, so if you have any other sugestions please tell me.
Thaks a lot! kisses
Answer Hello Emma,
Thank you for your question!
Lelo products are amazing products and are very well made. That being said, they are not usually what people buy when buying their first vibrator, because they are a luxury brand and very expensive. What if you buy one and don't like how it works on you. Then you are out a lot of cash. But if you buy a cheaper toy and it doesn't work out for you, it is not as bad. So, usually, women will purchase a cheaper vibe to begin with so they can explore what they like, then when they know, they move on to a more expensive brand.
But, I'm not telling you not to buy one if that is what you want. They are high quality, body safe, and fairly powerful vibes, so you will not likely be disappointment by them.
If I were to pick one of the above I would pick the Soraya because it does have the clitoral part. You can bend it out of the way if you want penetration only, but it is still there if you want both.
It is one of Lelo's best sellers and I have never seen a bad review for it. In fact, most reviews say that the Gigi is the reviewer's most favorite Lelo toy. And the nice thing about the Gigi is that you can use it for penetration and G-spot, but you can also use the head for clitoral stimulation and the vibrations are very powerful. So the Gigi would be my pick, as it services the two hot spots very well and will give you lots of options as you learn what your body likes best.
Please also note that 70% of women orgasm via clitoral stimulation only. So only 20-30% of women can orgasm via G-spot/penetration. So you will have to practice a lot to achieve G-spot orgasm most likely. And, that's not a bad thing! Also, women are more able to achieve G-spot orgasm after they have stimulated the clitoris first to become VERY aroused. This helps to stimulate the clitoral structure underneath the surface which is connected to the G-spot and get it aroused. And, some women find they can achieve a G-spot orgasm after they've had a clitoral one first. So definitely explore penetration and G-spot with other forms of arousal to get the most out of it.
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