Ina 2: A Rabbit to RememberThe Ina 2 is a fantastic rabbit-style vibrator by LELO. The vibrations are strong and rumbly while also remaining fairly quiet and should almost everybody's needs. Although the shape is anatomy-specific, the flexibility of the clitoral arm allows for more people to enjoy it. Waterproof, rechargeable, and made of safe materials, it is definitely a toy to consider adding to your collection!
Easy to use
Clitoral pressure (for some)
Weaker clitoral motor
The Ina 2 by LELO is, as it appears, rabbit vibrator. It is a revamped (and much improved) version of the popular Ina, now packed with stronger and better vibrations. It is designed to stimulate your G-spot and your clitoris simultaneously. The clitoral arm is flexible, allowing it to fit a wider range of anatomies than many of the other rabbits in existence.
This toy is both great for solo and partner play. When used alone, the toy can be inserted and either gently thrust or simply left in place. Personally, I prefer rocking it back and forth. Meanwhile, if you enjoy not being in full control of the speeds, you can use it with a partner, with them in control, or simply use it yourself and put it onto its random setting. If you are having a partner use it on you, though, be sure to communicate to make sure that the partner's thrusts will not cause you discomfort.
Although this toy was designed for vaginal use, and thus specifically for people with vaginas, it can be used anally, as the clitoral arm should prevent it from being sucked in. The clitoral arm can also provide some external stimulation, or be turned off if it is not desired.
The Ina 2 is very quiet, making it perfect for those of us that live with roommates or houses with paper-thin walls (or, as in my case, floors). Even on its top speed, it cannot be heard through a closed door or even across a large room.
Contrary to how it might seem, considering that the toy has a lid over its charging port, the Ina 2 is, in fact, magically waterproof. To test this, I removed the charging port's cap, turned the vibrator on, and ran the faucet directly into the port. Nothing happened, which led me to try it in the bathtub, where it worked just as well as in the bed.
This toy has a travel lock, keeping it from turning on in your baggage, making it travel friendly. However, it is a tad bulky if you are keeping it in carry on, so I would recommend traveling with something smaller.
LELO's silicone is quite different from the other silicone in the industry. Rather than consisting entirely of silicone, like other toys, LELO creates their toys out of plastic and then covers them in a thin silicone coating. Their silicone is matte, soft-to-the-touch, and velvet-like. It does not attract dirt and lint like that of other manufacturers. There is very little drag to it, though it can be felt on the clitoral arm. As with all silicone, be careful with silicone-based lubricant, but feel free to spot-test if you are using a premium brand to see if there will be a reaction.
The plastic handle (with the exceptions of the silicone buttons and charging-port cover), is also entirely smooth and slick. It is where your hands will grip the toy and can feel a little slippery if your hands are wet.
The toy is entirely free of texture. Although there are several faint seams, they cannot be felt in use. The exception to this would be the seams where the plastic meets the silicone, but this is not a part meant to be inserted anyway.
There was no taste or odor to this toy when it arrived and it does not retain new ones.
The shape of the Ina 2 consists of an insertable portion with a bulge sticking out of the bottom, much like the Mona 2, and a clitoral arm.
Its measurements are as follow:
Total Length: 8 in
Insertable Length: 4 1/2 in
Largest Shaft Diameter: 1 1/2 in
Smallest Shaft Diameter: 3/4 in
Clitoral Arm Diameter: 3/4 in
Clitoral Arm Length: 2 in
At 1 1/2 inches, this toy has an average girth for sex toys, making both large enough for advanced users and not too intimidating for beginners. Granted, it is a little large for beginners, but with proper warm up they should manage to insert it. Likewise, size queens might not be entirely fulfilled, but for the majority of us, the size will suffice. More importantly, however, is whether or not the Ina 2 will fit your particular anatomy. Although the bulge in the shaft is popular with those of us that have vaginas, the place where the clitoral arm rests will differ from person to person. I would take a look at rabbits that have and have not worked for you and compare their shape to this one to see.
There is no give to this toy and it is overall rigid, with the exception of the clitoral arm, which can flex quite a bit at its base to adjust to your anatomy. However, even though it can adjust to you, it presses down upon your clitoris firmly, providing pressure. If you are not a fan of clitoral pressure, the Ina 2 is not for you.
One of my favorite aspects of every LELO I own is how low the power level is in the beginning, so low that it is hardly able to be felt. For me, this creates the perfect warm-up sensation. The power ranges from 1 to 4.5 vrooms, stronger in the shaft than in the arm. Even on the most powerful settings, though, this rabbit is still fairly quiet. The vibrations are rumbly and can hardly be felt in the handle, allowing it to be held and used without the hand growing numb.
The Ina 2 is controlled by four easy to press buttons, arranged in a plus-sign-like shape. The top and bottom buttons have up and down arrows on them, controlling the vibration type, while the right and left buttons are a plus and minus respectively, controlling the power. These controls are easy to use and allow you to control the intensity of the individual patterns - something that most vibrators skip over. Although my finger does rest over them while this toy is in use, I never accidentally press the buttons.
The patterns are as follow:
1. Steady: Even in the shaft and arm
2. Steady: Strong in shaft, weak in arm
3. Steady: Weak in shaft, strong in arm
4. Pulsing: Back and forth between shaft and arm
5. Pulsing: Synced between shaft and arm
6. Rolling: From arm to shaft, repeat
7. Rolling: From arm to shaft and back to arm, repeat
8. Random: As the name suggests, totally random
I am normally not a fan of patterns, but I enjoyed numbers 7 and 8. It is nice to take a break from steady vibrations every now and then. Although the random function drives me insane sometimes, I really enjoy not knowing what the vibrator will throw at me next.
Charging the Ina 2 takes about two hours and the charge lasts for roughly the same amount of time, though somewhat longer on lower settings. The charging port is on the bottom of the plastic handle, covered with a small plastic cover. When you plug it in, a light under the buttons turn on and begin to flash. When the toy finishes charging, the light will remain on but no longer be flashing.
Conventional wisdom teaches to only use water-based lubricants with this toy, but I use oil-based and coconut oil without problem (though I would recommend a spot-test first). High quality silicone lubricants can probably also be used, but be sure to test them first. There is potential for damage, but more often than not reactions occur with low quality lubricants and low quality toys.
To store this toy, you can either use the box or pouch that it came with. If you decide not to use either, be sure to keep it from touching other silicone toys or ones made of jelly, as the reaction can harm this rabbit. Regardless of this, storage is still easy as long as you use the provided pouch.
You can use either the box or pouch to store your Ina 2. The instruction manual is very informative and is written in 12 languages. It answered most of the questions that I had.