I wouldn't have a problem with it if it looked like a good toy. This one doesn't, to me - it's nothing new as far as the shape/functions go, and I'm concerned about the cleanliness of a wooden component.
Love the idea, but concerned about it being made from tires. That can't be very body safe. I was pretty interested though, and since they talked about the "great savings" you get by having less fancy packaging and assembling it yourself, I was expecting a good amount of savings. Then I scrolled down and seen it costs $180.00. Lelo's other toys are cheaper here...and I don't have to crank them to re-charge. They're also silicone as well.
The price totally ruined it for me, I don't see where the savings are. For less packaging, the toy being made from recycled material, the fact that you have to put it together yourself, and manually charge it, I expected a much more reasonable price.
The DIY doesn't bother me, but the price does. It always makes me laugh that items make from recycled materials are typically so much more expensive. You would think it would be the other way around! On top of the expense, doesn't having someone available to take your call or visit your house to help with assembling kind of defeat the purpose of them assembling it for you?
Seems like a nice concept, but nothing I'm interested in.
I have no problem with the concept, however that toy doesn't look like anything special. I'd like it to have a bit of a curve, or something. That one's just so straight, plain and boring looking to me.