FunFactory G4 Vs Lelo Mona?

AlexLady AlexLady
G4 patchy Paul
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I'm looking at Patchy Paul, and have never tried a FunFactory toy before. How strong are they compared to Lelo toys?

I love that they have a handle.
07/02/2011
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MaryExy MaryExy
I think the LELO toys are in general much firmer than the G4 toys would be? That's all I feel certain about, but I don't have either of those specifically. Oh, and the controls and charging are different.
07/02/2011
AlexLady AlexLady
Hrm... ok, so less firm. How's the vibration as far as frequency goes compared to a lelo?
07/06/2011
carenautilus carenautilus
Thanks for the review, I think I may need this in my toy chest.
09/14/2011
jakhammer jakhammer
need ga
09/23/2011
whitknee whitknee
Incredible
12/10/2011
Cherrylane Cherrylane
I felt a bunch of the Fun Factory toys today in a store, though they didn't have the patchy paul specifically.

They were definitely MUCH softer/less firm or stiff than the Lelos, which generally have no give/flexibility. The silicone on some of the toys seemed nicer than others, though that might have just been some of the display models. For instance, the silicone on the yooo and bimini ocean were lovely and silky smooth, while the silicone g4 calla was, quite frankly, rather grimy seeming. Almost to the point of seeming textured or unfinished. An enormous amount of drag.

I'm not sure there have been many instances where someone has used the term "grimy" to describe a Lelo.

In terms of strength, all the Fun Factories seemed reasonably strong. Not like blow your brains out strong, but, reasonably strong. I honestly didn't pay enough attention, especially to the strength of the g4 calla, because I was so wigged out by the texture of the silicone.
12/10/2011
ashboo32 ashboo32
I've heard that the g4 series has some of the strongest vibrations of any toy.
01/19/2013
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Cherrylane
I felt a bunch of the Fun Factory toys today in a store, though they didn't have the patchy paul specifically.

They were definitely MUCH softer/less firm or stiff than the Lelos, which generally have no give/flexibility. The silicone on ... More
I kind of loved the texture of the Calla but the size wasn't perfect for me. The g4 line is really strong, too.
01/19/2013
charmedtomeetyou charmedtomeetyou
Yep, both are strong and have a nice deep rumble, but the Mona is a thin layer of silicone over a hard core, so there is little to no bend. The G4s are chunks of silicone, so they have some flex and squish.

I have and love both, they feel quite different.

I also have the Calla, and I agree that it has a roughness to the surface, but its my favorite. It's a solid 4 vrooms and it works well with my body. It just depends on what you're looking for.
01/31/2013
SourAppleMartini SourAppleMartini
It really is up to you and your preferences. I just love Fun Factory, the vibrations are very strong and I love the squishiness of their silicone. Lelo makes high quality toys but they are hard, I am no a fan of that.
03/05/2013
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