Worn While You Desperately Try to Keep the Remote in RangeLelo as a brand are like the Ferrari's of the vibrator world, but the Tiani seemed to be quite a flop. Very expensive for a toy that leaves so little satisfaction in its wake. With work and determination, you could potentially use this toy during intercourse as it's intended, but overall, the experience is disrupted by constantly trying to keep it in, keep the remote in range, and contorting both your bodies so that both things can happen at the same time.
Rechargeable, silicone, waterproof
Ridiculously tiny remote range, G-spot arm too small
So hypothetically the Tiani clips onto you vaginally so that you can have intercourse at the same time. I say hypothetically because that's just the theory. The remote control is sensitive to motion, so the more you invert it, the more it vibrate, and it also has a mode that picks up momentum, but the remote has some pretty huge flaws. The smaller arm which is meant to hold it in place while the male member enters below is so small that it's almost impossible to keep in place, but that's okay because the vibrator hardly stays vibrating long enough for one full thrust. When the remote loses it's connection, the Tiani turns off. Said remote is supposed to be for up to 20ft, but it was inconsistent at even 2, simply closing my legs was cause for it to shut off. With no means of detecting what needed to be kept clear, the only way to use this toy is with it inserted, legs fully spread, and the remote pointing at it directly, and even then, it doesn't like to stay in. It manages to be waterproof though.
The silicone is nice and silky and glides under your fingers, but that means that it's just as likely to slip off your body as stay in place. The silicone has no taste or smell. This toy is only suitable for really advanced toy users willing to work with severe quirks in order to get their kicks since it's impossibly finicky in use. The texture doesn't add much to the experience when sitting on the clit; it's not unduly rough or hard though.
The design is great only in theory, obviously this particular shape has been used in other unnamed toy lines, perhaps to better effect. The inner arm is a little too rigid, so when the male member thrusts below it, it can rub harshly against the pubic bone, but for people concerned with the arm size, it's not too challenging. One thing Lelo manages with this toy is that it's pretty easy to store and charge discreetly, and it also comes with a travel lock.
As with all most Lelo products, there's a plus and minus button on the remote which control speed and a function button. There's a receiving button on the Tiani itself which you hold down until a light blinks at you, then it's ready to go. When you turn this toy on, the first function is their Sensemotion one. It seems pretty cool, as you tilt the remote, the Tiani vibrates in direct proportion to how severe the tilt is. The next one as you shake the remote, the vibration goes up and peters off slowly, then you go into the solid and pulse vibrations that are the staple of Lelo. The controls are pretty simple, and since it's an Insignia, it's fully waterproof. The downside here is instead of a rechargeable remote, you still need AAA batteries. In its favor, the Tiani's motors can pack a punch, and it's fairly quiet.
When storing it, be pretty careful. Silicone can bond with itself, and against all expectations on my part, the remote and the Tiani seemed to be reacting with one another, so the silicone puffed up and began to peel away from the interior. Store them in separate bags, and use strictly water-based lubricants. Clean carefully with body wash. Soaps can leave a film that breeds bacteria, body washes rarely do the same, or if you have toy cleaner, that's just as good.
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