Siri - sex toy by LELO - review by biancajames

A Sirious letdown!

Siri is a gorgeous rechargeable clitoral vibrator from Lelo, but her vibrations were just way too diffuse to get me over the edge. The shape isn't ideal for pinpoint stimulation, and the matte silicone felt uncomfortable draggy on my bits. On the other hand, I did find that the vibration patterns were more intense than other toys I owned, and those were fun to play with.
Beautiful Lelo design and packaging, quiet, six vibration patterns, rechargeable
Vibrations weren't strong enough to get me off, awkward shape for my body, not waterproof
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
I was inspired to buy Siri after I fell in love with Nea. I had tried a friend’s Siri on my hand and was impressed by the strength of the rumbly vibrations, which seemed comparable to the Nea, in a bigger toy. Well, sometimes bigger isn't better. While Siri and Nea are basically comparable in power, the vibrations are spread across a much bigger surface area in the Siri, which makes them feel weaker and somewhat diffuse.

Siri is 3.5 inches long and egg shaped, with a white plastic handle with a charger port and control buttons, and a silicone tip that vibrates. It definitely looks like a sex toy and is not particularly discreet, but it's small enough to slip into a pouch and easily hide away. She comes in Purple (which I picked), Red, and Pink matte silicone, with zero lintiness. The underside is curved to fit against your clit, and between your labia. I think it's designed with the idea that you'd rest it on your clit and leave it there, whereas I prefer to move and press on my vibrator quite a bit to find that sweet spot. I found her to be a bit big and unwieldy compared to dainty pin-point Nea, and the matte silicone has a lot of drag compared to smooth plastic- you have to use extra lube with Siri.

Like all Lelo toys, the packaging is amazing- the outer box is purple cardboard, with the durable black cardboard “jewelry box” that Lelo is known for cradling the toy inside. In addition to the vibrator, the box contains the plug-in AC universal Lelo charger, the instruction manual and warranty, a sample packet of Lelo lube, and a black satin pouch for storage. Siri is meant as a clitoral vibe, and should not be inserted into the body or submerged in water, as she’s not waterproof. You should also avoid using silicone lubes with Siri as it could damage the surface.

The console features 4 buttons in a cross formation. The right "+" button turns the vibrator on and increases intensity, the left "-" button dials the intensity down until it’s completely off. The upper and lower arrow buttons allow you to cycle through six patterns: Fast pulse, slow pulse, fast rollercoaster, slow rollercoaster, an erratic pattern that I think is supposed to feel spontaneous but makes me think my vibrator maybe wants to kill me, and the straightforward buzz. You can lock and unlock the toy for traveling by holding down the + and – buttons simultaneously. The vibrations are decently quiet.

I admit that silicone vibrators almost never get me off clitorally, and I knew I was taking a chance with Siri. I’ve had this problem with my JimmyJane Form 4 as well. For some reason, the silicone seems to weaken the strength of the vibration, and make them more diffuse. I prefer hard plastic vibrators, or the Hitachi. Siri cranked all the way upon the standard vibration setting couldn’t get me off. What’s weird, however, is the patterns could. I am not a fan of patterns, generally speaking, I find them distracting. But for some reason Siri’s vibration felt more noticeable when condensed into these patterns. I was able to reach orgasm with both speeds of pulse and rollercoaster settings (the psychokiller setting was a lost cause). It was interesting to get off using the patterns, though I found they actually kind of interrupted the flow of my orgasm. I still prefer a strong, straight buzz.

As beautiful as she is, Siri just cannot compare to Nea to me. I would only recommend her if you prefer diffuse clitoral vibrations (the saving grace of the aforementioned Form 4 was that it could also be used internally.) She’s not versatile enough to be worthwhile otherwise. I would also recommend her to anyone who enjoys patterns, since these did feel more powerful than the ones I’ve experienced with
my other toys.
Follow-up commentary
I bleach disinfected this and gifted it to a friend with a hyper sensitive clit. Hopefully it will work better for her, I just couldn't see this one finding a permanent home in my collection.
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My Siri tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Masturbation
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • Genitals
    • Nipples
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  • MK434
    Great review!
  • britanny0620
    Thanks for the review, it's very informative
  • NellietheRose
    "Psychokiller setting". xDDD I love that I knew which one you were talking about the moment I read that.
  • Lioncub
    Thanks for the review.
  • Martiniman
    Thanks for the review.
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    Thanks for sharing!
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