You know it. I know it: I am not a rabbit fan.
Rabbits are the jack of all trades (and master of none) of the adult industry.
They try their very best to cater to both the clitoral and the G-Spot needs of their users (which they hope will be all users) and then, as a result, fail to ever truly target or perfect the art of stimulating either.
The clitoral prong is too short, too long, too buzzy, too weak, or too pokey.
The internal shaft is too long to balance with the external prong. It’s too powerful to allow for the external vibration to be felt effectively. Too curvy to offer reasonable adjustments, or too straight to hit the G-Spot.
These are all issues that I have come across with rabbits. Not once….not twice…but pretty much every damned time.
For products names after Leporidae, rabbit vibrators have very little kick to them (unless you consider the kick in the teeth they give most disappointed users valid).
With all that said, I’m about to throw a spanner in my rant: I don’t completely hate the Lelo Ina 2. Neither do I love it, but I don’t hate it.
I know, I must be hopping mad, right?
The Lelo Ina 2
The Lelo Ina 2 is the Lelo Mona 2 with a clitoral prong literally pronged on to it.
That makes it sound less glamorous then if I were to give it some in-depth and fanciful description but it’s pretty accurate, with only a few minor exceptions.
I’d personally say that the Lelo Ina 2 has a little bit more curvature in its internal shaft then the Lelo Mona 2 but this makes logical sense – it’s got to make room for that clitoral prong, after all, and it accommodates that by waving its way around the clitoral prong, as if dancing its way to the side lines with a seductive glance (there’s the fanciful language).
In terms of dimensions the Lelo Ina 2 is similar to the Lelo Mona 2 too. Its full length is 7.9 inches, with the insetable length being about 4 inches. Its overall circumference is a very friendly 4.5 inches and its clitoral prong is about 2.4 inches in length. All very accommodating in theory.
It also comes with an option of being bright orange or brilliant green which is friggin amazing if you ask me.
Especially so as the Lelo Ina 2 is quite a dated model now. Back when the Lelo Ina 2 was released toys that weren’t purple, pink, black, or blue were a rarity. This product broke the mould in this way and works to remind us of the fact that Lelo weren’t always an extremely problematic company in the eyes of many.
For those who don’t think colour makes a difference then consider how you would feel sliding a shit-brown sex toy in to your body versus stroking your body with a glowing orange offering.
I know which one I’d prefer.
The dated element of the Lelo Ina 2 doesn’t just reflect its innovations, however, and this toy does have some sadly dated elements to it.
The biggest of these would be the little silicone tag which is used to block the charging section and make this toy 100% waterproof and, as a result, I wouldn’t rely on it for consistent submersible use. This does make the Lelo Ina 2 easy to clean, though, and the perks of being rechargeable and coming with a storage bag, lubricant, a warranty and a guarantee are all still intact with this luxury toy. Not to mention the packaging, which is absolutely perfect for a decadent gift to someone you love, fuck, or just for yourself.
The Leo Ina 2’s surface is a mixture of gorgeously soft silicone for the shaft and prong and firm ABS plastic for the handle and the interior structure of the shaft. This offers a shaft that is firm and perfect for adding pressure, a prong that is slightly more flexible in terms of bend (but still very firm in terms of squish), and a handle that is smooth, distinct, and easy to use.
The controls for the Lelo Ina 2 are very self-explanatory and help users easily filter through its different gradient intensities and 8 different pleasure settings.
I’m not a fan of pleasure settings but, my gods, do I love the gradient adjustments that can be achieved with the Lelo Ina 2. I’m a big fan of giving users as much easy and effective control as is possible and the Lelo Ina 2 succeeds at this.
The vibrations, too, are incredibly impressive with the Lelo Ina 2.
The Lelo Ina 2’s product page gimmick is that it will provide ‘blended orgasms.’ Which is a fancy term for saying you orgasm with both G-Spot and clitoral stimulation. Ie. The type of orgasm that most people will achieve (as few people orgasm from internal stimulation alone).
Far more noticeable to my eyes is the almost ‘blended’ aspect of Lelo’s vibration style, which manages to have a near-buzzy hum that remains ever-present on its surface and in my mind during use but which is also met with a deep and profound rumble which travels deeper and offers immense gratification. It’s almost as if Lelo have made the same perfect atmosphere as watching a movie with a snack is. Sure, popcorn is nice, and movies are good, but combine the two and you’ve got something really special.
Thank the sex gods, that this toy’s clitoral prong is actually strong and not stereotypically superficial either. I am so grateful for this and find clear pleasure even when focusing my mind mainly on the clitoral prong. Good job, Lelo, you did a good’un here.
What is less successful, however, is the shape of this vibrator.
Yes, the bunny curse strikes again and this toy clamps down with its prong quite considerably and has an *amazing* G-spot curve which will only ever be optimised if both prong and shaft are in alignment and this is where measurements will vary for some people. The two issues here – comfort of the clitoral prong’s pressure and relatively set shape of the Lelo Ina 2 means that this toy just won’t fit everyone, nor even feel right when it does fit.
Don’t take my word for it though – look at the Lelo Ina 2 product page and you will see an overall rating of 3 stars and a slew of reviews where this toy is either absolutely perfect or just does not work at all. The main culprit being the fit.
This is a shame but it’s also an inevitability. Rabbits rarely relate. That should be a sex toy saying for the amount that it seems to be proven correct.
In terms of other downsides it’s harder to fault the Lelo Ina 2. Except on the price. Hot damn is this an expensive toy. Especially considering it is hit and miss in terms of compatibility. A costly stab in the dark is rarely alluring.
If you are a rabbit fan then you’ve got a better chance of loving…no…adoring the Lelo Ina 2. I certainly like it for its benefits, but those who can’t get along with rabbits, clitoral pressure, or set shapes may have little success with this nearly-successfully bunny.
The Lelo Ina 2 is commendable to me.
I admire the shape of the shaft and its firmness when hitting the G-Spot.
I love the feel of its silicone.
I lose myself in the blended power of its vibrations.
And I marvel at the strength its put in to its clitoral prong.
But these are individual components of a product.
Combine them altogether and the end product is less successful than the sum of its parts.
Again, if you are a bunny lover then I think the Lelo Ina 2 is one that you shouldn’t miss. If anything I’d say it’s a must-try toy.
Outside of these conditions, however, the Lelo Ina 2 is a very nice toy with addendum of “It’s a shame that it’s a rabbit” and that’s just not good enough considering its price.
Take this to heart when considering if this toy is right for you.
- People who love rabbits.
- People who like G-Spot curves.
- People who want strong vibrations.
Do Not Recommend to:
- People who dislike rabbits.
- People who dislike firm clitoral pressure.
- People who prefer gentle vibrations.