Ina

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The Firm Hand of Ina

Ina is a deadly silent powerhouse of carnal pleasure. She may not please everyone, but everyone she pleases will be very well pleased indeed.
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Pros:
Strong vibrations, nice variety of patterns. Silicone. Rechargeable.
Cons:
Ina is body-specific, so read all the reviews before making your decision.
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review

Use

Ina is a fantastic toy for a woman who likes firm pressure on her clitoris, and can tolerate being touched during and after the grand finale, so to speak. If you need a barely-there touch, or an immediate termination of contact when the time arrives, Ina is not for you. Fortunately, Lelo also offers Mona, which lacks the clitoral stimulator but still provides the fantastic g-spot stimulation, so all hope is not lost.

This is a dual stimulation toy which is almost, but not quite, entirely unlike a rabbit vibe. The firm shaft places direct pressure on the g-spot and delivers a variety of strong vibrations, while a second motor rests firmly on the clitoris and provides matching stimulation.

The Ina does not have a rotating shaft, or any swirling beads. Nothing flutters or waves. It's just firm pressure, and vibration in a nice selection of patterns. It's primary function is solo use, and thanks to its low volume, it's shared-apartment or dorm room friendly.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere dry
    • Campus/roommate living
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Rechargeable
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

Ina is made of hard plastic and body friendly pure silicone. It has no odor. The smooth, satiny texture quite pleasing. It's a rigid toy, with no give at all in the insertible portion. The clitoral attachment has a flexible portion, allowing it to be lifted away from the body during insertion, but at rest, it presses quite firmly.

Remember, silicone toys cannot be used with silicone lube. More on that shortly.
    • No odor
    • Rigid
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

Ina's curved shape is perfect for pinpointing the g-spot and providing it with the kind of firm pressure it craves. The firmness of the clitoral attachment, however, means that extra care must be used during insertion, and it's important to know whether or not one likes firm pressure on the clitoris before making this purchase.

As for size, it's bigger than the Gigi, providing a pleasing girthy feel, without being big enough to be difficult to use. Remember to take advantage of the view actual size feature on edenfantasys.com.

This toy can easily be stored in the provided satin bag, or inside of its discreet black box. It doesn't scream 'tacky rubber penis' if someone spots it, but I'm pretty sure it looks like a sex toy. I'm generally good at thinking up cover stories for my toys, but this one has me stumped. Maybe it'll help with your terrible carpal tunnel? (Hmm, or maybe it'll cause some, it's a tad bit addictive.)

For travel, the toy does have a locking fuction, which I have not tested, on account of my fear that I'll do it wrong and lock myself out of sexy fun times forever. Or at least until the charge runs down. But my fear is almost certainly unfounded, so ignore me.
    • Futuristic
    • Sleek

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Ina's vibrations come from two separate motors, one in the tip of the g-spot portion, and one in the clitoral stimulator. Both provide quite powerful vibrations. If you cycle through the available patterns, you'll find that some use both motors at once, either in unison or in complementary pulses, while other patterns use just one or the other. This versatility is definitely a plus, and the controls are simple.

The control pad on Ina is an improvement over the one on Gigi, which was much easier to bump during use.

I especially liked the final pattern, which randomizes the two sets of vibrations. It's pretty easy to make up a creative fantasy about another set of hands at the controls when the toy seems to have a mind of its own.

Ina is not waterproof.

The noise factor is not an issue. I could not hear it through a closed door, or even from across the room. Play a bit of music, and you won't even hear it while you're using it, which is the ultimate peace of mind.
    • Discreet sound
    • Rechargeable
    • Strong patterns

Care and Maintenance

Ina can be washed with mild soap and water, or toy cleaner, or wipes, but it cannot be submerged in water, and caution should be taken to prevent getting the handle or recharging port wet. If the recharging port does get wet, blow on it to remove as much water as possible, then leave it out to dry for an extended period of time before attempting to either use it or charge it. (This goes for any electronic device that gets wet, by the way. Like laptop computers, or iPods.)

Never use silicone based lube on a silicone toy.

The ingredients that keep the silicone based lube in a liquid state will bond just as cheerfully to the toy's silicone, and you'll be left with a toy that always feels sticky. As for storing silicone toys together, it's perfectly safe as long as both toys are 100% silicone. However, if something's actually a silicone composite, it will get jealous and melt all of the superior toys. Okay, it's not really jealousy, it's chemistry. Whatever's in the composite is used because it'll bond with silicone, so what actually happens is that it tries to bond with any other silicone rubbing up against it.

Therefore, I practice the better safe than sorry rule, and keep all of my silicone toys in their own separate little bags. Of course, that also serves to keep them free of dust, lint, and cat hair, and also keeps things from banging together, so it's good practice even if everything is 100% silicone.

I store Ina in the provided satin pouch, inside my Tunti, which in turn is inside of a footlocker completely hidden by furniture. But you might lack obsessive paranoia, and therefore just use the little satin drawstring bag.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging

Lelo's packaging is always wonderful. The outer box shows a picture of the toy, and can be flipped inside out and recycled. The rather elegant inner black box carries the name Lelo, and nothing else, and is therefore quite suitable for storage.

Lelo toys also come with a satin storage bag, the power adapter, and an instruction manual. Ina's instructions refer to her as Lola. Don't let that distract you, it's just a last minute name change. The newer Lelo toys, like Ina, also have a plastic clamshell in the mix, in case a brick and mortar store wishes to hang one up for display. It comes apart rather easily for that type of packaging, and can be recycled.
    • Good for storage
    • Recyclable
    • Would make a nice gift

Personal comments

Ina's shape makes hands-free use a possibility. I found the amount of pressure it provides to be quite stimulating at some times, but painful when I felt more sensitive. In the case of stimulation overload, remember to slip you hand between the clitoral attachment and your body, instead of yanking the toy out entirely. It seems like common sense, and yet I feel it bears saying.
Follow-up commentary
A couple of months into my Ina ownership, I noticed that sometimes the clit vibe would stop working at certain angles. I was afraid it was on the verge of breaking, yet I dreaded the hassle of sending it back. Since Lelo's warranty lasts for a year, I put the task off, thinking I'd let it break completely before getting it replaced.

Well, to my pleasant surprise, it never finished breaking. Every once in a while, when the arm is pulled away from the body, it stops vibrating, but function is restored when the arm is released. Apparently that's just the way it is, and it's not a sign of imminent doom after all.

While the firmness of the clitoral pressure is still too much sometimes, I really do enjoy this toy, and I use it on a regular basis, so I recommend it to anyone who is cool with said pressure. If that feature is offputting, then I recommend checking out the Mona, which is the same toy, sans clitoral attachment, or the Soraya (link), which has a different angle to it.
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