Marvelous Darling Reviews The LELO Siri 2 Vibrator

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I think the LELO Siri 2 may have usurped the new WeVibe Touch as my choice clitoral vibrator, and that fact has kind of snuck up on me. Poor Siri 2 arrived with a bit of a whimper, overshadowed by Mona and Ina Wave. While I like my Mona Wave, I’m going to have to say that Siri 2 is much more likely to be an overall crowd pleaser.

If you’re familiar with the original Siri, the form factor is nearly identical. It’s shaped a bit like a sleek computer mouse, and I sort of wish I could use it that way (try that for your next gimmick, LELO, and don’t forget my royalties). Siri 2 is slightly smaller than the original Siri, with a less prominent swell on the underside (h/t BexTalksSex). Since I never got a chance to try the original Siri, this means little to me, but it’s worth noting.

One of my favorite things about Siri 2 is that it’s very easy to start slow and build using just this one toy. The lower vibration strengths are still rumbly, but combined with the gentle shape, something about it feels very sensual. I think Siri 2 would make a lovely addition to an intimate massage. Turned up, Siri 2 seriously delivers. It provides a lot of stimulation without causing numbness or over-stimulating sensitive areas. In fact, Siri 2 feels very similar to my beloved Mona 2. So similar that I usually use them on the same vibration levels (4-6 out of 8). The biggest difference is that with Siri 2’s small form factor, you end up with a lot more vibration transfer. It didn’t cause me to have itchy hands, it wasn’t too distracting, and it’s pretty unavoidable with vibrators this small. Still, it’s worth noting if that’s something that tends to bother you. There's more...

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Posted on March 10, 2015 and filed under lelo, silicone, vibrator.