Gigi: The Next GenerationThe Gigi 2 is the new and improved version of Lelo’s best selling G-spot vibrator Gigi. Its curved shaft and flat head are designed to expertly find and stimulate the G-spot, making Gigi a favorite for G-spotting fans everywhere. The biggest improvement is that Lelo boasts that Gigi 2 has 100% more power than the original. Additionally, Gigi 2 is also fully waterproof and now comes in 4 color options.
Curve might not fit your body.
Not very powerful.
Gigi 2 is the long anticipated successor to Lelo’s Gigi G-spot vibrator. The original Gigi was very well liked, but was not fully waterproof and was considered to be a little lacking in the power department by some. The new and improved Gigi 2 is said to have 100% more power, along with a waterproof design and now comes in four color options instead of three.
Gigi’s short, curved shaft and flat head are designed to locate and provide direct stimulation to a woman’s G-spot. This toy lacks a flared base, so I would not recommend this toy for anal use.
This toy can be appreciated by any level of user. The small size makes this toy non-threatening to beginners, though some may not be keen on the flat head. Advanced users, especially G-spotting fans will appreciate the design and quality this toy offers.
Because this toy is silicone, make sure to use only water-based lubes with it. Silicone-based lubes can potentially react chemically to the silicone of the toy. This reaction can damage the material and ruin your toy, so it’s best to use only water-based lubricants.
I got my Gigi 2 in Deep Rose, which is not quite either pink or purple and almost has a glowy appearance in person. It’s very hard to capture in pictures, but it’s reminiscent of the magenta color of the Jopen Vanity line.
The Gigi 2 has a total length of 6.5”, with 4.5” of it being insertable. The shaft has a circumference of 3” and the head measures about 4” around. If you look straight on at the head, it measures 1.5” tall and 1.25” wide.
Here is Gigi 2 compared to some other Lelo Favorites:
Left to right; Mona 2, Gigi 2, Picobong Moka, Picobong Zizo, Elise 2
Top to bottom:
Mona 2, Gigi 2, Picobong Moka
Picobong Moka and Gigi 2
The Gigi is controlled by a 4-way control pad on its base. There are (+) and (-) buttons to control the intensity, and up and down arrows that toggle the modes. I do find that the control pad can be a little finicky and sometimes pressing the control pad won’t register, even though I’ll hear and feel a distinct click.
To turn the toy on, press the (+) button and Gigi 2 will start up at its lowest steady vibration which is barely a rumble. At this point you can increase the power, or you can use the up and down arrows to start exploring the patterns. Something that’s really nice about Lelo toys is that you get a very wide range of intensity and you also get the opportunity to control the intensity, even while in the different modes.
The available modes are:
1. Steady vibration.
2. Slow pulses.
3. Medium pulses.
4. Rapid pulses.
5. Ramps (low to high, stop, low to high, stop...)
6. Quick rollercoaster (low to high to low..)
7. Slower, more pronounced rollercoaster.
8. Random mode (always my favorite)
To turn Gigi off, just press and hold the (-) button for a second or two.
The vibrations are decent and not buzzy, but unfortunately they don't get very strong. Gigi feels like a solid 3 vrooms on the higher settings.
Gigi 2 is also fairly quiet, it’s almost silent on the lower level and only gets up to about 2 bees on the highest settings.
There is a seam that runs around Gigi’s control pad, this area has the potential to collect fluids, so my advice would be to keep an eye on it.
Gigi’s charging port is located on the very bottom tip of the white handle. Like some other Lelo toys, the charging port is completely open. Lelo claims that the toy is still completely waterproof and that the uncovered port shouldn’t cause any issues. I still don’t like the idea of dust, lint and gunk being able to get in there. I’m personally not a fan of this feature and try to keep any fluids or debris away from it.
When you plug the charger into the Gigi’s base, the ring around the control pad will light up and flash to let you know it’s charging and the light will turn solid when it’s done.
The Gigi 2 comes in the usual luxurious packaging that Lelo offers. There will be an outer box that has the image of the toy and all the product information. Inside you’ll find a black box that is plain except for the Lelo logo in the center. The lid lifts off the reveal the toy nestled in black foam. At one end of the box is a flap that lifts up to reveal the charger, lube sample, instruction manual, warranty card and info, along with a black satin drawstring storage pouch that measures 3.5” x 8.5”
I also find that Gigi’s size and shape are also misses for me. I have to fully insert Gigi and have to tilt the handle way back to get Gigi’s head up to my G-spot, but even then I still find that I can’t get the flat portion to fully make contact and give me the pressure I’m looking for. I have the Picobong Moka which has a similar design, but has a larger head and more dramatic curve to it, this design works much better for me.
As I mentioned, the size is also a little lacking for my taste and I’m not able to achieve any sort of feeling of fullness. Almost every time I’ve used Gigi I find that I get a little frustrated because I want just a little more and I end up grabbing my Mona 2 to satisfy that craving.
Of course these observations will vary from person to person depending on how deep set your G-spot is. If your G-spot is shallower, and not set far behind the pubic bone, then you might find that Gigi’s shape works really well for you.
The Gigi 2 couldn’t deliver what I was looking for, but if you’re looking for a gentler toy in both size and strength, it might be right for you.
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