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Lelo Sona Cruise

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Lelo Sona Cruise
$129.00

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$129.00
This unique massager uses sonic waves and pulses to stimulate the entire clitoris, for a wholly unique orgasmic experience. Unlike the SONA, the SONA Cruise features Cruise Control, which automatically reserves 20% of the toy's power so there’s no drop in intensity when you need it the most. Enjoy 8 different speeds and modes with this rechargeable waterproof wonder!

Features and Notes

Specs

Noise Level
Charging Type USB
Material Detail Silicone
Features Waterproof, Non-Porous, Body Safe, Luxury, Multi-Speed, Vibration Patterns, External
Featured Brands Lelo
Intensity

Additional Notes

This rechargeable massager is 100% waterproof and comes with a one year warranty. Silicone is hypoallergenic, hygienic, and durable. To clean, wash with soap and water. Toys without electrical components can be cleaned by boiling for 3 minutes or on the top rack of your dishwasher with no detergent. Silicone toys should not be used with silicone lube.

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VanCo356 | Mar 18, 2019
More power Sona Cruise is more powerful than Sona and that is why I chose it. I like to press the toy against my body and more power is the key to my pleasure. The stimulator is easy to clean, great design, lots of settings, but a bit noisy. Well, nobody is perfect...
Jess | Feb 13, 2019
The Lelo Sona Cruise uses the same technology as Womanizer, so if you're familiar with their products, then you're looking at something very similar. What I like about Lelo is their sleek designs and colors, how quiet their products are, and their extended warranty. HOWEVER, I still find myself reaching for my Womanizer toys instead of this guy. I think it's just me and my ways. If you want this type of toy (and believe me, you probably do), and you're a Lelo person, then this will not disappoint at ALL.
Jess | Feb 13, 2019
The Lelo Sona Cruise uses the same technology as Womanizer, so if you're familiar with their products, then you're looking at something very similar. What I like about Lelo is their sleek designs and colors, how quiet their products are, and their extended warranty. HOWEVER, I still find myself reaching for my Womanizer toys instead of this guy. I think it's just me and my ways. If you want this type of toy (and believe me, you probably do), and you're a Lelo person, then this will not disappoint at ALL.
HellENsS | Dec 12, 2018
beautiful and simple to use Beautiful and very simple to use. I do not press it against my body even though this model has more power because some people like to press it. No need for me. The waves are beautiful and I reach climaxes easily. And that is what matters the most.
ElsaP15 | Nov 9, 2018
Powerful pleasure A very pretty massager. Never had one like this so I enjoy getting to know it. I love how powerful but silent it is so I can use it everywhere. Waterproof and very comfortable, this personal silicone massager has many vibration modes and covers the intimate parts perfectly.
IPet3 | Oct 5, 2018
Ride my waves An exquisite personal massager. Definitely money well spent. I like the shape and the overall design. The tip is shaped perfectly to fit the most intimate body parts and the way it stimulates it is unbelievable. The sonic waves are so deep that they give super intense orgasms. The fact that it’s silent and waterproof is a great bonus. I have never been so satisfied with a toy before.
BevJo82 | Sep 6, 2018
Sonic sensation After using standard massagers that never really gave me much pleasure, I decided to try this personal massager because I liked the design and the color choice as well as the features. My first experience was in the bath tub since it’s completely waterproof. If I had known that I was going to have multiple orgasms in one night and in a short period of time I would have bought it before.
Claire | Aug 14, 2018
As someone who has had positive experiences with other suction/sonic based toys, I was immediately tempted to purchase the Sona Cruise, which is unique enough to stand out from other brands. Instead of creating a tangible seal around the clitoris, the sonic sensation that comes out of the Sona stimulates without suckling an orgasm out of you too quickly and the shape is much easier to hold during any sort of penetration.
KathiP | Jul 11, 2018
More power This product gives you more power than its sister/brother. It is based on sound and is quite different from other toys by this manufacturer. Sound vibrations hit the clit and drive you crazy. It is that simple. Hold it in your hand, choose the right intensity and mode, and you will start your beautiful journey. Wonderful toy.
BeckyBR34 | Jul 10, 2018
A big surprise I read about this product online and I did not realy believe it was that great. It did look great but… The price also put me off. A friend insisted I should try it. I refused. However, after some time, I got curious…And here I am, almost addicted to this toy…Need I say more?
Tilly06 | Jul 5, 2018
It Delivers I never thought I would have a clitoral massager in my bag, but there it is. I think I am getting addicted to it. One time I was tempted to use it in the car, while stuck in traffic. But then I said to myself, no, it is too much. The price is a bit high but I like the product so I do not care about the price any more. Why should I? I get what I need.
Jay | Dec 12, 2017
Sona Cruise I loved the look of the Sona Cruise, but the tiny nozzle made me a bit skeptical. Once I tried the Sona is was actually a bit painful on certain areas because of its shape and I am not a very sensitive person. This, given the items price point, makes for an upsetting buying experience. The Sona does in fact work. But there are a few reasons I have a very difficult time recommending it. There is the nozzle which really seems designed with a very limited body type in mind. The price point is quite a bit, though affordable now will not remain that way. Speaking of price points, the Sona Cruise is about $30 more than the Sona because it has reserve energy that is supposed to keep stimulation consistent when pressed hard against the body. I also did not feel much of a difference between the suction between the Sona Cruise and Womanizer when pressed firmly on the body. It irks me that a company would make the same item with a 30$ price difference where a function that really seems like should just be built into the item is upsold.