Leave it to our friends at LELO to make a sex toy that addresses the misconception that the clitoris is just that little man in a boat you can see and tries to target the entire extensive clitoral network of innervated tissue beneath the surface that extends throughout the pelvic region.
Meet the Sona and the Sona Cruise, two sister pleasure objects that utilize sonic waves and pulses to deliver sensations that are more than skin deep. According to LELO, they stimulate 75% more of the clitoris than conventional vibes, because rather than applying stimulation directly and only on the surface, the Sona creates sonic waves via the “pad” in its “mouth” that reverberate into the clitoral head and are transmitted throughout its entire structure.
Another unique feature that sets them apart: the Sonas don’t need to come in direct contact with the clitoral head for them to deliver powerful sensations, which means sensitive little bunnies can enjoy more pleasure for longer!
- Completely Waterproof – Made from a single piece of silicone, this one-piece design keeps it watertight, even at the charging socket. So you can take it to the shower, the bath or the hot tub!
- Fully USB Rechargeable – A one hour charge will give you an hour of go-time
- Multiple Pleasure Settings – 8 stimulation patterns that you can increase or decrease in strength
- Quiet – Since the Sona isn’t a traditional vibrator, it doesn’t sound like one. Great for those who like to be discreet.
- Easy to Clean – Unlike novelties, LELOs come with care and cleaning instructions.
- 1 Year Warranty – Plus a 10-year quality guarantee!
Sona Cruise Control
The Sona Cruise has an additional perk: “cruise control. That means when it’s pressed hard against your body it won’t drop its power, so you get a consistent, hassle-free experience. It’s not a setting, it’s completely automatic, and it eliminates the single most common complaint against pleasure products.
Does It Create Wind?
Since we’re all about safety, we wanted to be sure its sonic waves weren’t actually creating wind. Because
fun scary fact: if a person were to create a seal with their mouth around the vaginal opening and then blow inside, there’s a small chance it could create an air bubble that gets into the bloodstream and then causes a fatal embolism. So we reached out to LELO and asked them: If someone inserted the tip into their vaginal opening (rather than applying externally to their clitoral head), is there any chance this could happen? Here’s what they said:
There’s a false equivalency at work here: SONA does not create wind in the same way as, say, blowing into the vagina. If you were to blow into a person, you have about 6 liters of lung capacity to convert into exhalation, injecting air into it. SONA has no respiratory capacity at all, so it’s simply not a comparable scenario as SONA has no air to inject. SONA only resonates the existing air, it doesn’t add more, so in direct answer to your question, no, there is no chance at all of an embolism.