Comparing a few Clitoral Vibes

Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I like clitoral stimulation. I'm more of a pressure than vibration girl so I'm looking for something I can rub with lots of pressure. I've found some things that work but the newer clit styles seem to be right up my alley.

I'm looking at vibes like the Nea, Layaspot, Lily, Superbe and Petite, etc. However, the reviews for these seem to be a little hit or miss and talk of the product breaking or being extremely weak.

So I'm wondering what might be the best bet in the way of quality and power, and which of those you recommend most.

Thanks in advance.
06/12/2008
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Essin' Em Essin' Em
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I like clitoral stimulation. I'm more of a pressure than vibration girl so I'm looking for something I can rub with lots of pressure. I've found some things that work but the newer clit styles seem to be right up my alley.I'm looking ... More
Quality Power = the Hitachi Magic Wand (say it with me folks!)

If you want something a little smaller that takes batteries, I'd recommend the Layaspot or the Nea. Nea is made by lelo, which is an AWESOME company, and it's rechargable, so you'll save on batteries and be kind to the earth. Layaspot is a little cheaper, a little weaker, but comes in pretty colors. The Superbe has a decent amount of power for its size, but it is nothing to write home about.
06/12/2008
Cock Wrangler Cock Wrangler
She did say more pressure than vibration, Essin'... the Hitachi is not everyone's toy-second-coming! =P

Adriana- Anything by Lelo will be reliable as far as quality goes. Those toys are more expensive, but worth it in the long run if you know you like that style.
06/13/2008
Essin' Em Essin' Em
I'm a bit one sighted I know, but I *did* talk about the other ones as well

I'd recommend the Nea over the Layaspot. It's a little bigger (also better quality and rechargable), so it makes for better grippage. Plus, I <3 Lelo
06/14/2008
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Thanks Ladies. Seems like I'll be going with a Lelo product when I make my next investment. Any thoughts on Lily vs Nea?
06/14/2008
Essin' Em Essin' Em
They're very similar. The Nea is a different, higher quality plastic, and shiny, and is a little more ergonomically designed. However, both are great I guess it depends what color you want, and what is more in your price range!
06/16/2008
Badass Badass
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Thanks Ladies. Seems like I'll be going with a Lelo product when I make my next investment. Any thoughts on Lily vs Nea?
nea for sure
01/12/2012
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