Picobong Toys

Angelica Angelica
I was surfing the web and found another Lelo-subcompany (like Ono). Its called Picobong and they have some super cute toys!
Their Site

This one looks like the we-vibe.

I can't imagine they would be very strong, as they run on one or two AAA batteries, but they look fun! What do you all think?
09/30/2011
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Elnoa Elnoa
Yeah, they look pretty much the same as Lelo's new stuff.
10/01/2011
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
We're both really wanting their Tano plug, but I myself wouldn't mind trying all of them except for the Mahana.

~M
10/01/2011
Pixel Pixel
Eee, they're so cute! I love the bright colours.
10/01/2011
indiglo indiglo
They are really cute! I can't imagine you'd get much power from 1 AAA battery, but I'd definitely give them a try! I love the colors they come in.
10/01/2011
namelesschaos namelesschaos
Neat looking toys, the Tano looks cool.
10/02/2011
helpmeplease helpmeplease
looks nice not sure what to make of it lol
help me out with my poll

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10/02/2011
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
They are super cute and they would be especially good for people that can't afford the usual lelo price tag. They also come with the standard lelo warranty. I look forward to trying some of the items.
10/02/2011
Angelica Angelica
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Originally posted by namelesschaos
Neat looking toys, the Tano looks cool.
The plug looks pretty fun except the controls are on the insertable part of the toy. I wonder how that passed the design team!
10/02/2011
Pixel Pixel
yay, this line is now up for sale on EF!
10/03/2011
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Elnoa
Yeah, they look pretty much the same as Lelo's new stuff.
They're made by Lelo.

I agree that couldn't be strong enough
10/03/2011
Angelica Angelica
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Originally posted by Pixel
yay, this line is now up for sale on EF!
awesome!! I wish I had the points, but I am saving them up for an eleven.
10/03/2011
Miss Voluptuous Miss Voluptuous
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Originally posted by Angelica
awesome!! I wish I had the points, but I am saving them up for an eleven.
Heehee You go girl!
10/04/2011
Miss Voluptuous Miss Voluptuous
Yea I found this new line very interesting. It's at a more accessible price point than a lot of Lelo's toys. Neat!
10/04/2011
null null
Judging from the power of Ono's Cleo, which runs on 3 AAA batteries, I think I'll pass these by.
10/04/2011
Katastophy Katastophy
Super cute, but I'm turned off by the idea that its batteries need to be changed so frequently. I may give one a try though.
10/04/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
I'm going to get the Kiki, which will be my first Lelo toy!
10/05/2011
Elnoa Elnoa
Just so you are aware, these may be a subdivision of Lelo, but they are not "Lelo toys". They don't have the same warranty or, in my opinion, attention to detail. They are like "Lelo for poor people". lol.
10/05/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by Elnoa
Just so you are aware, these may be a subdivision of Lelo, but they are not "Lelo toys". They don't have the same warranty or, in my opinion, attention to detail. They are like "Lelo for poor people". lol.
I am well aware of the difference, these also seem to fit my current lifestyle best. I'm not poor, I just don't like tossing money around! There really aren't reviews up anywhere yet, so I can't say anything about the attention to detail. Personally I really like these 'everyman' toys, between being battery powered and waterproof, as well as the pricetag.
10/05/2011
poetprincess poetprincess
Quote:
Originally posted by Angelica
I was surfing the web and found another Lelo-subcompany (like Ono). Its called Picobong and they have some super cute toys!
Their Site

This one looks like the we-vibe.

I can't imagine they would be very strong, as they run on ... More
it looks interesting..
10/05/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
Quote:
Originally posted by Elnoa
Just so you are aware, these may be a subdivision of Lelo, but they are not "Lelo toys". They don't have the same warranty or, in my opinion, attention to detail. They are like "Lelo for poor people". lol.
Also, just looking because I got interested, Insignia is also a subdivision of Lelo. The Insignia is a bit higher quality and more mature than their usual suspects (Mona, Gigi, Liv, Iris) and the PicoBongs are a bit more immature. It's nice because they try to hit all demographics. The newly released PicoBongs also closely resemble the new wireless toys they put out, both in design and function.
10/05/2011
Elnoa Elnoa
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Originally posted by Ryuson
Also, just looking because I got interested, Insignia is also a subdivision of Lelo. The Insignia is a bit higher quality and more mature than their usual suspects (Mona, Gigi, Liv, Iris) and the PicoBongs are a bit more immature. It's nice ... More
I wasn't saying I didn't like them, but I especially wanted to mentioned the warranty difference! I really prefer rechargeable, though.
10/05/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by Elnoa
I wasn't saying I didn't like them, but I especially wanted to mentioned the warranty difference! I really prefer rechargeable, though.
Yeah, but I think that one of the things that you pay for is the warranty! One year is better than you get with most things!
I like batteries because I live with a roommate who doesn't know about Eden, so unless it has a case like the Clickn'Charge I end up trying to hide it in a drawer or something! Batteries you just toss in and go!
10/05/2011
Neurogasm Neurogasm
They definitely look cute with the colors, but I do wonder about the strength, since they're powered by one or two AAAs.
10/06/2011
CafeSabroso CafeSabroso
I have the Tano on the way for a review
10/07/2011
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