It was recently revealed that the majority of British women find sex toys more satisfying than their partner, which probably explains why almost half the population of the UK owns at least one sex toy.
What makes the LELO SONA Cruise different to your bog standard sex toy? Well, it uses sonic technology which allows it to stimulate 75% more of your clitoris than conventional vibrators. And with as many as three quarters of women relying on clitoral stimulation to reach an orgasm, this is kinda a big deal.
The product uses only sonic waves and pulses to stimulate the entire clitoris, instead of relying on traditional vibrations. The sonic pad is located in the ‘mouth’ of the toy and the sonic waves created from this allows the sensation to travel to 75% more of the surface area. Which, in short, should lead to a super orgasm for the user.
What’s more, the LELO SONA Cruise incorporates the use of cruise control. This means that the product responds to any pressure applied to it and works with this, whereas traditional vibrators lose power when pressure is applied.
The cruise control feature works by holding back 20% of the products full power, so when the the product is applied harder against the body that additional power is released – which stops there being a reduction of stimulation. Pretty clever, if you ask us.
The SONA Cruise costs £59 and features eight different settings and is 100% waterproof – so if you fancy using it whilst you’re relaxing in the bath you can.