LELO Mona 2 Review

~I received this item at a discount in exchange for an honest review.~

When I first saw the Mona 2, I wasn’t particularly impressed.  It looked like it would be too small and I was unsure if the vibrations would be strong enough. But it was so…gorgeous.  There is a definite elegance to the design, and those that aren’t crazy about penis-shaped toys will be pleased with the artistic curves.  But as your mother always told you, looks aren’t everything.  I’ve seen many beautiful toys that didn’t really do much for me.  The Mona 2, though, definitely lives up to the hype.

A little bit about it:  The Mona 2 is a G-spot vibrator that also works well as an external clitoral vibrator.  It’s waterpoof, rechargeable, multi-speed and multi-pattern, comes with a travel lock feature, and is made of silky matte silicone with a plastic handle.  By my measurements, it is about 4.5 inches around at the widest point, and 8.75 inches long if you follow the outer curve. On the upper side of the widest part of the shaft, the shape comes to a rounded point along the length.  I haven’t seen that particular shape in a toy before, and I’ll admit it is very hard to describe.  I’ve rewritten my description several times.  Let’s see if a picture will do:

What I loved:  Let’s talk shape.  As I said before, I wasn’t too sure whether the Mona 2 would be big enough.  It almost looks tiny in comparison to other toys, but let me say that I found in this case, size doesn’t matter.  The Mona 2 really does have curves in all the right places, so even though it’s not particularly filling, I don’t really feel like the size and shape is lacking.

And now, let’s talk vibrations.  Wow.  Mona 2 really does deliver in the power department.  I’m talking almost as strong as the Magic Wand.  No kidding.  The vibrations are deep and rumbly (not buzzy) and amazing for clitoral stimulation.  As for G-spotting, I have to say that I am beyond impressed.  You see, my G-spot has never responded to vibrations, and vibrating G-spot toys were kind of a waste for me.  Then I saw that some other reviewers claimed that their G-spots never responded to vibrations either, but they did with the Mona 2.  I admit I was skeptical that my vibration-ignoring G-spot would take notice, but I held out hope.  They were right.  I’m not sure if it’s Mona’s shape or the vibrations are just right, but suddenly my G-spot is paying attention in amazing ways.

So, let’s talk battery life.  Do you remember in my Salsa and Touch reviews when I said that the vibrations were excellent, but the battery life was something to be desired?  That’s not true here.  I used the Mona for 3 sessions of about 30 minutes each before I felt like it was time to recharge.  That, to me, is a huge deal.  Who wants to grab a toy just to realize you forgot to charge it?

What I didn’t: Well, if I have to say something, I would say that the tip is a little more sharp than I’d like.  That’s it.

Final thought:  I’m not sure that I’ve ever said this before, but if you can only buy one toy this year, you should seriously consider the Mona 2.  I actually uttered the words, “I think this will replace my Magic Wand.”  Husband said, “What, really?”  Really.  It is both a clitoral and a G-spot vibrator, and does both jobs amazingly well.

~I received this item at a discount in exchange for an honest review.~


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