Ina G-spot and clitoral vibrator

woodpacker75 woodpacker75
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Hi, I was wondering is this product soft or is it hard for the material that was made into this product. Some times when the product is hard it kind of hurt certain places if not used right.
12/28/2009
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Sir Sir
Sometimes it's easier to go to the product page and read some of the reviews on the product to find out information about it. Since I don't personally have the product, I do not know, but you might want to try out what I said. If the reviews do not answer your questions, ask the reviewer in a comment how firm or soft it is.
12/28/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Also, on the product page, Victoria has a really good review which would answer all your questions. There is another thread about Ina, not linked on the product page (you can search the forums with the main search bar, though): link
12/28/2009
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by woodpacker75
Hi, I was wondering is this product soft or is it hard for the material that was made into this product. Some times when the product is hard it kind of hurt certain places if not used right.
It is not as hard as plastic, but it is definitely on the 'firm' side. It bends and flexes a little bit, but only with a lot of pressure.

I know from messing around with Victoria's Ina Like the others mentioned, if you are considering this item, then you should definitely check out Victoria's review!
12/29/2009
LikeSunshineDust LikeSunshineDust
,I notice that the buttons on my Ina don't always respond the first time I push them...It's kind of annoying. Has anyone else had this problem with theirs?
01/19/2010
LikeSunshineDust LikeSunshineDust
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Originally posted by LikeSunshineDust
,I notice that the buttons on my Ina don't always respond the first time I push them...It's kind of annoying. Has anyone else had this problem with theirs?
I meant for this is go in its own thread, but oh well.
01/19/2010
Avery Dragon Avery Dragon
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Originally posted by LikeSunshineDust
,I notice that the buttons on my Ina don't always respond the first time I push them...It's kind of annoying. Has anyone else had this problem with theirs?
The one's we charged up for the display case in my store do the same thing. I thought it was a little odd, but it does seem to be an annoyance that buttons need to be pressed multiple times to get a response.
01/19/2010
Raven Quince Raven Quince
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Originally posted by woodpacker75
Hi, I was wondering is this product soft or is it hard for the material that was made into this product. Some times when the product is hard it kind of hurt certain places if not used right.
The shaft is totally hard. The clit nub is a flexible arm, but the material itself is unyielding. There's no squishy-give to it at all.
02/10/2010
His-Blondie His-Blondie
Want want want want WANTTTT!!!!
06/03/2010
bondage.fairy bondage.fairy
How long is the clit stimulator? How does one know if it "fits you" without actually having used it? I have read the reviews and never bought a dual stimulator before so I have no previous experience to help me understand which fit might be best for me ...!
09/20/2010
YvetteJeannine YvetteJeannine
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Originally posted by bondage.fairy
How long is the clit stimulator? How does one know if it "fits you" without actually having used it? I have read the reviews and never bought a dual stimulator before so I have no previous experience to help me understand which fit might be ... More
My guess would be that you cannot be certain 'till you actually try a product if it "fits" your body or not. This can be tricky when purchasing toys (especially if they're on the pricey side), and quite an unfortunate thing if they DON'T work with your anatomy.

If you're "newer" to toys, you might want to consider purchasing a few less expensive ones to begin with; just to get a sense of what shape/form/material, etc. "works" with/for you.

Those who have been purchasing toys for a while have it easier..they will be better armed to gauge what toys would be good for them, or not. Hence, it's less of a gamble for them to buy the more expensive toys (like Ina)!

As to your question on the clitoral stimulator, I am not sure on this one (I'm not one of the fortunate owners of an Ina)..but I would think the product page has that info..EF's product pages are very informative, and contain much information; I would try there. Good luck!
09/20/2010
Raven Quince Raven Quince
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Originally posted by woodpacker75
Hi, I was wondering is this product soft or is it hard for the material that was made into this product. Some times when the product is hard it kind of hurt certain places if not used right.
The main shaft is hard and the silicone, although silky feeling, has no give at all. The silicone part that actually rests on the clit is not squishy at all. It's only the clit arm that is bendy. The parts that have skin contact are hard. Hope this helps.
11/20/2010
lick123 lick123
you make this toy look worth the $
05/14/2011
Pleasure gal Pleasure gal
At first I didn't like Ina due to the pressure (discomfort) BUT a few more tries and I learned angling makes the difference, a HUGE difference!! Now it's my go to vibe and the stiffness of the arm seems to have relaxed a bit and it isn't quite so firm. SSSOOO glad I didn't give this one away like I was planning! I LOVE my Ina!!
07/28/2011
Girly Girl Girly Girl
go trhough the products page find ratings , reviews and what other people say
08/25/2011
CPM CPM
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Originally posted by woodpacker75
Hi, I was wondering is this product soft or is it hard for the material that was made into this product. Some times when the product is hard it kind of hurt certain places if not used right.
The white handle is hard plastic where the buttons are. The buttons are soft and easily pushed/activated. The green part that is insertable is not very flexible and is coated in a matte silicone covering. The clitoral stimulator is a flexible "arm" and can be bent fully backwards.

There is a video review of this product where you can see the flexibility demonstrated at 0:14 - link
01/12/2012
Brandonn Brandonn
Others reviews have also stated the battery seems to discharge faster then other lelo toys
02/09/2012
sexytileena / absolutely love sex sexytileena / absolutely love sex
really want
09/04/2012
nosrslylol nosrslylol
I have this particular toy, and I consider it pretty hard, but it's also the only silicone toy I have at the moment so there's nothing for me to compare it to.
09/09/2012
mp3me mp3me
My girl just got this
12/10/2012
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