Thoughts on Lelo's Lily Cup?

Thoughts on Lelo's Lily Cup?

Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Today, I discovered that Lelo recently added a menstrual cup to their Intimina line, the "Lily Cup." (I would offer a link, but I've been wrong before regarding what Eden counts as a manufacturer's website, so you'll have to use Google.) While I don't plan on getting one myself (at least not until my Diva Cup needs replacing), I know there's a lot of Lelo fans out there in Edenland, and I figure those of you who either love menstrual cups already or are thinking of getting one might like to try one from a brand you trust.

Thoughts? Opinions? I find the shape of the rim to be particularly interesting. It's meant to prevent spills, which would be a big bonus for those concerned that they'll have trouble getting a cup out mess-free.
10/12/2012
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LadyRelentless LadyRelentless
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Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
Today, I discovered that Lelo recently added a menstrual cup to their Intimina line, the "Lily Cup." (I would offer a link, but I've been wrong before regarding what Eden counts as a manufacturer's website, so you'll have to use ...
What an interesting new shape! I'm due for a new cup, perhaps I'll try that one. I haven't had much trouble with the divacup spilling, but this seems like it would have even less.
10/12/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
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Originally posted by LadyRelentless
What an interesting new shape! I'm due for a new cup, perhaps I'll try that one. I haven't had much trouble with the divacup spilling, but this seems like it would have even less.
The shape is really cool, isn't it? With many brands, the differences are rather subtle, but Lelo's managed to make one that stands out quite a bit!

And (so far) I've been the same - pretty much no spillage with the Diva Cup. If you try the Lily Cup, you ought to report back and give some insight.
10/12/2012
indiglo indiglo
Wow! That seems like the silicone might be just a bit squishier than the DivaCup. I wonder how the suction is, since it doesn't seem to have little vent holes in it... and I think the lip around the top looks really weird! But I can see how it would prevent "slopping".

I think it's great the Lelo is expanding it's line to include menstrual cups!
10/12/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
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Originally posted by indiglo
Wow! That seems like the silicone might be just a bit squishier than the DivaCup. I wonder how the suction is, since it doesn't seem to have little vent holes in it... and I think the lip around the top looks really weird! But I can see how it ...
The whole Intimina line is pretty interesting. It's all about feminine health and hygiene, which as we all know is a pretty awesome thing for a company to focus on. And it's covered from different angles - from things like vibes and lube to kegel balls and heating pads (for menstrual pain). A menstrual cup is quite a logical addition, I think.
10/13/2012
kadytheredpanda kadytheredpanda
That is a really interesting menstrual cup! The top reminds me of a Go Girl, though, so I'm unintentionally amused at the design.
10/13/2012
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
The whole Intimina line is pretty interesting. It's all about feminine health and hygiene, which as we all know is a pretty awesome thing for a company to focus on. And it's covered from different angles - from things like vibes and lube to ...
This! I really like the entire line. I would be interested in hearing a review or two on the cup, but I wouldn't be against getting one. I do like my Lunette, but I love trying new things.
10/13/2012
kadytheredpanda kadytheredpanda
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Originally posted by Ryuson
This! I really like the entire line. I would be interested in hearing a review or two on the cup, but I wouldn't be against getting one. I do like my Lunette, but I love trying new things.
I actually just ordered a Lunette yesterday. Here's hoping it works out for me!
10/13/2012
Bex1331 Bex1331
Thats pretty cool, I may have to get this one to replace my Diva Cup, I'm due and I like the shape
10/13/2012
bratcat bratcat
The Lily Cup from Lelo's Intiminia collection is defiantly different from traditional menstrual cups, like the moon cup, diva cup or lunette - a cone shape cup, all of which have holes under the raised rim of the cup, with a tab at the end.
I would like to read or see a personal review of the product because i'm skeptical how well it will sit in the vaginal canal with out moving too far up the cervix because it does not have the holes for suction (as traditional cups do to keep them in place). They may lack these holes due to its quine tapered (kind of) rim, that looks to curve down and forward, which may create suction when inserted. The shape of the rim is so inventive and seems like such a good idea! although, i have never been one to have problems with spills when it comes to taking out my cup, but it's a nice added protection.
Hopefully soon this product will become more available, like for those in the US.
10/14/2012
catgirl9 catgirl9
Has anyone had a chance to try this yet?
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