I’m just going to come out and say it. I don’t like this toy. The Lelo Mona 2 isn’t the worst vibrator I’ve ever used. But it’s extremely overpriced for what it delivers. Let’s dive in, shall we?
First and foremost, the quality of the vibrations, to me, are buzzy instead of rumbly. By that I mean they feel surface level, don’t penetrate the legs of my clitoris deeply, and make me numb over time.
I don’t like vaginal vibrations, I discovered after buying it, so I instead applied this vibrator directly to my clitoris. I’ve only had a total of one successful orgasm with this toy, despite many futile attempts. At $169, I should be -pardon the expression- coming my brains out. Alas.
The Lelo Mona 2 does have some luxury features, I’ll admit. It comes beautifully packaged with a nice black satin storage bag. It’s rechargeable (but doesn’t hold a charge very long even if you’re not using it, I was disappointed to note). The buttons aren’t bad and it has tons of patterns, if you’re into that (I’m a steady vibrations person). The Lelo Mona 2 is fully waterproof and made of body safe, non porous silicone.
Would I recommend it? Honestly, no. There are other similar vibrators I like more, such as the Sola Cue (now called the Blush Wellness G Curve) that didn’t cost nearly as much. However, if you’ve tried Lelo toys before and know they work for you, then this wouldn’t be a bad choice.