SORAYA by LELO: Sex Toy Review by Ela S.
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LELO SORAYA was my way of replacing Ina by Lelo because I wanted a waterproof toy that had a similar design. I greatly debated purchasing LELO SORAYA; the online reviews were mostly great, but the design worried me a bit. With the amazing track record I had with Lelo, I took the risk and purchased it. Sadly, my worries were sound.
LELO SORAYA FACTS:
- 8 different vibratory patterns
- 5-speed settings
- 2 hours to fully charge
- Made from silicon
- G-spot and clitoral stimulation.
- Two motors, one in the main shaft and the other in the flexible clitoral shaft
- Total height is about 9 inches, while the insertable length is about 5 inches.
- The distance between the clitoral shaft and main shaft is about 1.5 inches
- Girth is about 1.4-inch diameter
- The handle makes a good grip
- The main shaft is very pleasurable and due to the second motor, it has powerful vibrations is the higher intensities.
- Locking option keeps it from accidently turning on.
- The flexible clitoral shaft is too far away from the clit when the vibrator is in use, so that whole section is pointless in the design. No matter what angle was attempted, it was too far away. The shaft is flexible and it can be moved to where you want it, but the positioning can be easily lost, as well as your impending orgasm. Also, this then requires you to use two hands and personally, my other hand has better things to do.
- Expensive! Price ranges from $189-$260 depending on the website you use. I bought mine from Amazon which was for $189.
Honestly, this would have been a wonderful toy if only the clitoral stimulator was designed closer to the main shaft. While this design may be great for some because it gives you options, it also requires you to use your second hand and you risk losing an orgasm if the position of the stimulator is lost because it slips and springs away from you. It’s too much of a game compared to the cost. If a toy is truly great, I have no problems dishing out the money for it because it’s worth it, but for the LELO SORAYA, it just isn’t worth it, there are plenty of other toys out there that are better.