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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.