Mona 2 Luxury G-Spot Vibrator is a relaunched and improved version of the original Mona belonging in the second series of vibrators along with GIGI 2 and Liv 2 models. Another Lelo g-spot vibrator is the Lelo Iris G-Spot vibrator.
The Mona 2 vibrator claims to have more powerful features, for those who like to use vibrators frequently and tend to be in the experimental side.
Lelo Mona 2 review - The key points you need to consider
- Waterproof silicone material
- Non porous, hypoallergenic texture
- Up to 6 intensity and vibration settings (for speed and intensity of vibration)
- Stronger than the Lisa
- Stimulates the urinary tract so make sure to go to the bathroom before hand
- Big buttons makes easier usage
- Not for the overly sensitive or those that experience pain easily
On to the review
I have personally put this to the test and I was pleasantly surprised of what this thing can do. It’s easy to adjust the speed, just by pressing and holding either the (+) or the (-) button according to your likes. It feels like a game, only a more pleasant one. The vibrator also turns off when you press and hold the (-) button for a few seconds.
There is also 6 different mode patterns e.g. regular vibration, escalation, massage, pulsation, etc which are controlled by arrow buttons.
What it feels like: The Mona Lisa 2 is powerful indeed, much more than your average vibrator. When I chose the highest setting by clicking the (+) button, it felt like my whole vulva was going to explode. This of course maybe too much for sensitive females, but for those who are looking for this kind of pleasant explosion this is ideal. On the downside, there are moments I felt like going to the bathroom to urinate, due to this stimulating my urinary tract, even though I already urinated just before using this. Thus, if your bladder still has some urine left inside, this will make you go to the toilet urinate again.
I also really liked that the buttons were big enough not to go unnoticed like in the case of other similar vibrators.
The vibrator feels good when inserted to the vagina, it’s just not another porous latex vibrator that may irritate the vaginal wall. However, since this is made of silicone material, the edges might wear off a bit when using a silicone based lube along with this. Water based lubes are generally fine and shouldn’t cause any problems, as long as you don’t use too much. As for cleaning this, the Mona Lisa 2 vibrator can be cleaned with plain water and a gentle soap.
This one promises to be a stronger version of the original Lisa and this is certainly true, in case you have tried its predecessor. I’m not sure if this would be pleasurable enough for those who are too sensitive or may experience pain easily, but for us who want something a bit edgy, this is something you should definitely try. The features overall are more than enough to make this possible. Lelo also makes a great clitoral vibrator such as the Lelo Nea Clitoral Vibrator and the Lelo Siri Clitoral Vibrator.