1. Lelo Ida Rechargeable Remote Control Clitoral and G-Spot Massager

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      Indulge in powerful blended orgasms with the Lelo Ida remote control vibrator. Harnessing the art of dual stimulation , this vibe boasts a rotating shaft to massage your G-Spot while an 8 function clitoral stimulator caresses your external sweet spots.

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      1. Lelo Ida Rechargeable Remote Control Clitoral and G-Spot Massager

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    1. Product Description

      Indulge in powerful blended orgasms with the Lelo Ida remote control vibrator. Harnessing the art of dual stimulation , this vibe boasts a rotating shaft to massage your G-Spot while an 8 function clitoral stimulator caresses your external sweet spots.

      Suitable for both solo and shared play sessions, the Lelo Ida offers you the freedom to experiment alone or with your partner. Enjoy intense pleasure during masturbation and foreplay from the smooth, rotating shaft and scroll through 6 modes of vibration to find your complimentary pattern.

      For the element of surprise, give your lover control of the 2 additional SenseMotion™ settings and have them tempt and tease you from a distance! Flip to create bespoke patterns or shake to increase the speed and intensity of both vibrations and shaft rotation. Alternatively, wear during intercourse for mutual pleasure and heightened intimacy.

      Add a squeeze of your favourite water-based lube to the toy and yourself before use to maximise sensations.

      Key features:

      - Premium grade silicone

      - 6 ultra-powerful vibrating functions including 1 constant speed

      - 2 SenseMotion™ settings for interactive play

      - 3.5 inch rotating G-Spot stimulator

      - 100% waterproof (submersible up to 1 metre)

      - User-friendly 3-button remote control

      - Full charge gives 2 hours of play

      - Includes satin drawstring bag charger

      - 5ml Lelo lubricant sample included

      - Comes with palm-sized remote control (2 x AAA batteries included)

      - Lelo 'key' inside the box to make replacing batteries simple

      - Includes 1 year Lelo warranty

    1. How it measures up

      • Length: 3.5 inches
      • Circumference: 3 inches
    2. How it feels

      • Material: Silicone
      • Flexibility: Firm
      • Waterproof: Submersible
      • Contains latex: No
      • Contains phthalates: No
    3. Power and speed

      • Controller Type: Wireless - push button
      • Vibration speed: Speeds and patterns
      • Power Type: Rechargeable
      • Battery Info: 2 x AAA batteries

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      This innovative toy combines powerful vibrations with smooth rotations to bring you scintillating stimulation and blended orgasms. Massaging your G-Spot while simultaneously caressing your clitoris, this vibe is controlled by a remote control and can even be worn during sex for shared pleasure.

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    Customer Reviews

    Lelo Ida Rechargeable Remote Control Clitoral and G-Spot Massager 6 out of 10 6 out of 10 (3 reviews) Write your own review

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    1. A fantastic vibrating, rotating sex toy for couples

      Reviewed: 04 December 2013 by Cara Sutra, a Bisexual Going Steady Female

      I already own the LELO Tara, which is pretty much like the LELO Ida, but with a couple less functions and without the SenseMotion remote control.

      I enjoyed using both the LELO Tara and Ida. The wide, round clitoral stimulating area sees to my clit perfectly and is covered with velvety soft silicone, while the silicone probe which fits into the vagina is rounded at the tip for comfortable insertion and use.

      I have read that some women have trouble fitting in the probe of the LELO Ida (or Tara) along with a penis. I have also read others state that the probes are too small! I guess I am lucky, having a Goldilocks and baby bear experience - as the size was just right for me.

      Sure, you need some lubricant (use water based, it's a silicone product), but only a dab and your natural body chemistry will do the rest. Once the Ida is in position, you use the remote control to discover the vibrating functions and there is even the SenseMotion option to tilt or shake the remote to operate them, for additional sexy fun.

      This is a fantastic investment for couples - it wasn't designed as a solo female sex toy, please note - and is a worthy adversary to the We Vibe sex toys. In fact there is really no comparison necessary, the We Vibe sex toys do not (yet) have the rotational feature that the LELO Ida and Tara do.

      If you're after a couples sex toy with remote control capabilities, which is waterproof, rechargeable, comes with a storage pouch, has powerful vibrations and adds immeasurably to couples foreplay and sex - get the LELO Ida right now.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10
      Attractiveness:
      10 out of 10
      Quietness:
      10 out of 10
      Ease of Use:
      9 out of 10
      Material & Build Quality:
      10 out of 10
      Strength of Vibrations:
      10 out of 10
      Orgasm Rating:
      10 out of 10
      Pros
      The power, the remote control, the design, whisper quiet.
      Cons
      Nothing to dislike.
      Bottom line
      A gorgeous, luxury powerful sex toy for couples to enjoy time after time.
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    1. Bit disappointing

      Reviewed: 04 February 2014 by Lou22, a Straight Going Steady Female

      This is the first couples vibrator I’ve tried so I was a little unsure what to expect in general, and of course this is new in the range as it has the rotating arm as well as being a vibrator.

      The clitoral stimulator is approximately 2.25” in diameter with an insertable shaft that is 3.5” long and 3” in circumference all made of seam free silicone.

      There are 8 settings (2 of which you need the remote to use). The 2 extra functions are the sense motion settings which can be handy as it can allow you to control the speed without feeling for the buttons as the power increases depending on your movement.

      The remote also mimics the actions of the Ida itself so can also be used as a vibrator but if a vibrating remote's not for you this can be switched of by holding the middle button down for a few seconds and it will flash instead.

      The shaft is really flexible making it easy to insert and the large clitoral stimulator means that even if the toy shifts a bit when you move. The vibrator is wide enough that it will still be sitting over the clitoris.

      A downside for me is that you can’t actually operate the rotation and the vibration separately, which I would have preferred but the rotation isn’t as strong as I thought it would be.

      I can obviously feel it moving inside me but it doesn’t press as firmly into my G-spot as I’d like and as it’s just not that powerful your internal muscles can actually stop the shaft from going round if you clench too much, however that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

      I noticed when testing this that if it does stop rotating internally this will just cause the clitoral section to rotate instead which actually feels fantastic.

      Although we did have to go very slowly when first using with my partner it went in easily however when he was inside me I found the internal part of the toy all but stopped and felt like it was rubbing in one very small area rather than really stimulating my G-spot.

      My partner said that although he could feel it in there it wasn’t uncomfortable in any way (which was a main concern for me) and what was most enjoyable for him were the vibrations from the clitoral part but unfortunately the rotating shaft didn’t add anything for him.

      We tried various positions but unfortunately the way it was rubbing it just one small spot made it uncomfortable for me after a while.

      The vibrator section was much better. A genuinely hands free vibrator for use during sex is not easy to find and this has the nice, deep, rumbly vibrations of all Lelo toys. The large area of the vibrator means it stays in place even when you move about and unlike a cock ring it’s not dependant on body contact.

      To be honest I actually preferred using this as a solo toy however this also has its downsides.

      Although it gives interesting sensations sometimes I do feel the need to press it down harder on to my clitoris during use (which isn’t necessary when using with my partner as his body provides the pressure) so even as a solo toy it’s not really hands free and when I tried to use it with toys, again the rotating arm just stopped as it did with my partner and it was actually harder to keep it in.

      Overall this sort of failed for me unfortunately. I really wanted to be able to control the rotation and vibration separately and the rotation needed to be more pronounced to really stimulate my G-spot. Then I would have loved it as a solo toy but as a couples toy it just doesn’t work for us I’m afraid. :(

    2. Overall Rating:
      4 out of 10
      Attractiveness:
      10 out of 10
      Quietness:
      4 out of 10
      Ease of Use:
      8 out of 10
      Material & Build Quality:
      10 out of 10
      Strength of Vibrations:
      7 out of 10
      Orgasm Rating:
      4 out of 10
      Pros
      Rechargeable, waterproof, good vibrator.
      Cons
      Can't alternate vibration/rotation, uncomfortable to use with partner.
      Bottom line
      Bit disappointing as it didn't really work as a couples toy. :(
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    1. I expected better

      Reviewed: 30 November 2013 by sleepycelia

      I was very kindly sent this for review by Lovehoney.

      This is a very long review. If you're only interested in my experience using it solo, with toys, with my girlfriend, or with a male partner, please ctrl+f for either SOLO/TOYS/FEM/HET, whichever one you're interested in, or you can just scroll down until you see the capitals.

      I know nobody ever reads the bit about the packaging, but the Ida, like all Lelo products, comes in gorgeous packaging, so...I'm going to write about it. It comes with a storage pouch, the charger, a 'key' to open the battery compartment for the remote, a remote control, a little Lelo registration card, an instruction booklet, a sample sachet of Lelo lube (very good, I highly recommend this), and batteries. The box it comes in can double as a storage box as it's pretty sturdy but if you're low on space the pouch will protect it too.

      I received mine in black - this contrasts beautifully with the gold detail on the Ida and on the remote. The only negative thing I have to say about this is that I wish the gold parts were made of metal instead of plastic as I think this cheapens an otherwise gorgeous toy. The silicone the Ida is made of is matte, which looks wonderful against skin, and feels super smooth and luxurious, and the battery compartment on the remote opens with the little plastic key provided. I like this feature but I do wonder how you'd open it if you lost the key?

      I couldn't wait to try out the remote function, I'm such a sucker for fancy gadget-y type things and I've never owned a toy with a remote before, so that was the first thing I did. I wasn't disappointed - it has 'SenseMotion' technology, which basically means that depending on how you tilt (or shake!) it, the Ida reacts accordingly. It's pretty involved but I'm going to describe it as best I can, you turn the Ida on and then you press the + button on the remote to turn it on and they kind of 'find' each other, they're able to communicate from this point. The remote and the Ida will vibrate together, varying in intensity, based on how far you're tilting it towards and away from you. If you press the central button, you can switch the function, and if you press it again, you can switch to the 'shake to vibrate' function, which is pretty self-explanatory. Included with the Ida is a little booklet explaining all of this much better than I'm able to. Oh, and there's a little light on the remote that's signifying that it's on - you need to press the - button to turn it all off. Oh, another thing - it's waterproof. Sexy couples rotating aquatic fun times for all!

      One thing that I did notice before I used the Ida is that you're unable to turn off the rotation setting. Kind of a bummer for such an expensive toy, really, especially considering how loud it is - it makes a pretty abrasive noise, honestly - but I was hoping that I'd be so blinded by this wonderful rotating sensation that I'd never want to turn it off anyway. Huh. On to what it actually felt like.

      SOLO: Using the Ida totally alone doesn't do it for me personally, the arm doesn't rub against my G-spot as hard as I'd like it to to so it can't make me orgasm just from that, and the part that's supposed to rest on your clit and move around in circles doesn't actually sit on my clit unless I push it way back and then the outer arm part digs uncomfortably into my vulva. It's irritating because it's such an almost-there, almost-there kind of feeling, similar to the feeling you get with from a rabbit that doesn't 'fit' you quite right, and then I end up pushing it back and - ouch. No.

      TOYS: Glass toys, especially the textured kind, are a no-go zone with the Ida as the little rotating arm grinds against the toy and creates a noise not dissimilar to the sound that happened when I tried to crush chunks of ice in my ancient blender. Softer and more flexible toys work best for me, my favourite so far being a slim, slightly curved silicone dildo. The arm seems to rest nicely in the curve of the toy and this gives it a little bit of room to do its fun rotate-y thing in, while I'm still able to benefit from the fuller feeling the dildo gives me. Also, interestingly, I found that you can kind of use it like how I think wireless eggs are meant to be used!

      The Ida is big enough for me that it sits nicely inside my vagina by itself with no slipping or escape attempts, so I can use it for a bit of a tease during foreplay with a partner. Using it with lots of lube applied on what my girlfriend calls the 'clit shield' and clenching my pelvic muscles produces a sensation kind of similar to very soft, very gentle oral sex, which I haven't experienced from any other kind of sex toy so far. Unfortunately, standing up and walking around with it in wasn't a pleasant experience, but it's not designed with that in mind. Swings and roundabouts.

      FEM: The Ida seems to be almost solely aimed at heterosexual couples but there's nothing stating that you can't use it in with strapons, so, my partner and I decided we'd try the Ida with the one we most commonly use, which is the Fun Factory Share. You know, for science purposes. Unfortunately, this was an unmitigated disaster. The Share is made of a matte silicone, the Ida is made of a matte silicone...if we had used any more lube I think there would have been serious danger of one of us drowning. Our bedroom quickly turned into some kind of lubricated hell world where the bedsheets are slippery and you're doomed to wrestle with a beautiful girl for the rest of your life but you're totally unable to get her off.

      We ran into the same problem that I had with my male partner, which is that there just doesn't seem to be enough room inside me to fit both the Ida and something else in there comfortably - it just didn't work. However. I'm a big old softie and I hate writing things off completely. The main issue we seemed to have here is that the Share, which we were using, is too matte and too thick to play happily with the Ida. Other, slimmer toys have worked in conjunction with her, and so I'm going to say that if you own a stra-pon with a slimmer, more slick dildo - say, the Tantus Silk in the slim or medium size (bonus points for it having a curve) - it might just work? Maybe? If you have £140 to burn and a compulsive need to try everything once, it might be worth a go.

      HET: When I showed this to my male partner he crinkled up his nose and went 'are you sure that's going to fit in there? with me? seriously?'. I should've listened. We tried. We tried so hard! There was no room in there! It really hurt, it didn't matter how much lube we used, it felt like I was being jabbed AND stretched too far at the same time. Thrusting pulled it out a little bit and then whacked it back up against my vulva again, it just wasn't good. We tried it with me on top, which was by far the most painful, spooning, where it almost slid out and got crushed, missionary, where it jabbed me the most, and from behind, which was the most tolerable, but I still wouldn't repeat it. I definitely wouldn't use it again with a male partner.

      The Ida left me very frustrated and pretty disappointed - if I'd have paid for it I'd have been gutted. I was sceptical of couple's toys to begin with and this one has cemented my opinion on them. It's especially annoying when I think about how close it is to being a genuinely good toy - if it was designed for solo use, and they made the arm a little thicker, and the 'clit shield' a little bigger, it'd be perfect! I'm infatuated with the remote and it's stupidly beautiful, but it just doesn't work for me. I can overlook not being able to turn the rotation off, and I can overlook the tacky gold plastic battery cover, but I just can't recommend a toy that hurts you when you try and use it for its intended purpose. Sorry Lelo.

    2. Overall Rating:
      4 out of 10
      Attractiveness:
      9 out of 10
      Quietness:
      7 out of 10
      Ease of Use:
      7 out of 10
      Material & Build Quality:
      9 out of 10
      Strength of Vibrations:
      8 out of 10
      Orgasm Rating:
      4 out of 10
      Pros
      It's beautiful, the remote is super cool, it's rechargeable, I like the rotating arm.
      Cons
      It hurt when I tried to use it for its intended purpose.
      Bottom line
      I can't recommend it for couple's play.
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