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Are these really worth the cost? Lelo products seem very good quality, but so expensive!
01/01/2013
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StickySweetLeena StickySweetLeena
Definitely worth it. Great orgasms are priceless. It helps to look for the sales and promotions if you are hesitant about the price.
01/01/2013
- Kira - - Kira -
Some yes, some no. The vibrations are (generally speaking) weaker than other brands. I have a few LELO toys that I like, but for the most part I end up disappointed with them.
01/01/2013
Beck Beck
I've tried a few Lelo vibrators and haven't liked a single one. They are great toys, but lack the rumbly and deep vibrations I need. They are too buzzy for my tastes. Even the Large Smart Wand. The only Lelo toys I like are the Luna beads and the Luna beads Noir.
01/01/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
Ive tried two and I'd say they are worth it.
01/01/2013
Gracie Gracie
Yes and no. Without a doubt I think my ella and noir luna beads were a good value. I love my gigi, but I would put it in the splurge catagory. For that price it should be stronger and waterproof. My mona 2 was a dissapiontment, and I worry that the rest of the line would be dissapointing as well. I think for the price, there are better options availble for most of their vibrators.
01/01/2013
jr2012 jr2012
I say they are good if you get it on sale!
01/01/2013
kitty1949 kitty1949
The 2 line is definitely more powerful.
01/01/2013
Girly Juice Girly Juice
Some Lelo toys are great and some are disappointing. I've been very pleased with my Mona, Siri, and Ella, for example, but some of their other toys just haven't lived up to the hype for me (e.g. Gigi + the original Tiani).
01/02/2013
Newmie Newmie
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Originally posted by noway
Are these really worth the cost? Lelo products seem very good quality, but so expensive!
Yes, quality can be worth it do your research though. There are good brands out there such as Jopen. So Get the one that fits your anatomy, figure out how deep your g spot is and how far your clit is etc. what kind of vibrations do you like? Girth? Patterns? Is waterproof important to you?
01/02/2013
PetiteAsian PetiteAsian
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Originally posted by - Kira -
Some yes, some no. The vibrations are (generally speaking) weaker than other brands. I have a few LELO toys that I like, but for the most part I end up disappointed with them.
which brands do you go for that has good vibrations?
02/04/2013
LikeSunshineDust LikeSunshineDust
I have Ella, Ina, and Soraya. I would say Soraya is by far the most "worth it". At least most of them are waterproof now.
02/04/2013
solly solly
Definitely worth the cost, Lelo has the best customer service as well so if your toy stops working within a year after you purchased it (hang onto your receipt and serial number - I just stuck mine in the little compartment in the box the toy came in) you can exchange it for a new one. And I think if it breaks/malfunctions within 10 years you can still turn it into them and get 40 percent off a new toy. My original Ina finally bit the dust so I shipped it into them and a week later not only had they sent me a brand new replacement but it was an Ina 2! I can't say enough good things about the excellent quality of their products and customer service.

Compared to a lot of other costly sex toys Lelo is definitely a better deal when you consider you are pretty much buying a toy from them for a lifetime. I've worn out the motors on plenty of other toys that weren't cheap either but I don't know of any other company that will replace them for you to the extent that Lelo does.
02/12/2013
steelaster steelaster
I have yet to buy a Lelo toy that I don't love. It is dependent on your anatomy but the quality is unmatched in my experience. If you are someone who loves material then Lelo is the best (at least from what I've had). I personally find their vibrations very rumbly and deep, and their vibration style is just superb! I have never had one of their toys leave me itchy or numb . All around great buy (and they often have sales!)
04/17/2013
snowminx snowminx
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Originally posted by solly
Definitely worth the cost, Lelo has the best customer service as well so if your toy stops working within a year after you purchased it (hang onto your receipt and serial number - I just stuck mine in the little compartment in the box the toy came ... More
10 years is a very short lifetime 0_o

Some products look like they are worth it and some....not so much. Also a lot of people will tell you it's "worth it" just because they spend that much money themselves. It all just depends on your budge and what you see as expensive. "Worth it" is always different to the person buying.
04/17/2013
Rokmai Rokmai
I'm not a fan of Lelo.

Always made with nice materials, but very expensive and usually very weak vibrations. Looks fancy, though.
04/17/2013
Mattikins Mattikins
Honestly I buy all my Lelo products on ebay.. so much cheaper and it's the same exact product. Love the Lelo line!
09/25/2013
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