Reviewing Lelo’s Upgrade to SenseMotionJune 11th, 2012 | Posted by in Product Advice | Product Updates
Reviewing Lelo’s Upgrade to SenseMotion
With Tiani 2, Oden 2 and Lyla 2 feature all the same benefits that made the original SenseMotion Insignia collection such a success, but now come with additional performance upgrades that promise even more unforgettable experiences to be shared between partners.
The SenseMotion™ Insignia Design Editions boast 50% more vibration strength alongside a 3 times wider wireless range, meaning couples can turn on more varied pleasures than ever before– and the new features don’t stop there.
Tiani™ 2 Design Edition is the upgraded version of the Red Dot award-winning couples’ massager, designed for women to wear when making love.
LELO’s unique SenseMotion™ technology allows users to control sensations during lovemaking through movements of a remote; while all-new enhancements including the 50% more powerful motor and 3X greater wireless range increase possibilities still further.
Fully waterproof for easy cleaning or use in the bath or shower, Tiani™ 2 can now be controlled with or without the remote and comes with a new full-feeling attachment that offers extra-targeted pleasures, bringing increased stimulation and total control to even the most adventurous positions.
Oden™ 2: The fully-waterproof and rechargeable design now also offers the option to play without remote and comes with a new additional closed-ring attachment of flexible silicone, to offer increased presence and stamina for him and intense pleasures for her.
Lyla™ 2 Design Edition is based on the original SenseMotion™ Lyla™ and features the same pioneering SenseMotion™ technology. Lyla™ 2 boasts new enhancements including
- 3X greater wireless range and 50% more vibration intensity.
- Worn internally or enjoyed externally
Lyla™ 2 can be controlled via simple movements applied to its ultra-discreet wireless controller, for a new way to share pleasure both indoors and out.
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