Review: LELO Mona 2

Overall Rating 5/5 Rating-stars5

Vibration Intensity 5/5 Rating-stars-purpleSMALL5

Noise Level 2/5 Rating-stars-greenSMALL2

 

Pros

Very strong vibrations.
Silicone.
Rechargeable.
Waterproof.
Packaging.
Storage pouch.
Warranty

Cons

Tip may feel a little pointy for some users.

 

Lelo Mona 2

 

Mona 2 from LELO features a voluptuous head that perfectly targets the G-spot and can provide the firm, direct stimulation you desire. Mona’s powerful motor offers 6 vibrating functions along with a huge range in intensity, there’s sure to be something there for everyone. Mona 2 is an essential for G-spotting enthusiasts. It’s designed with the G-spot in mind, but the powerful vibrations of this toy also feel great on the clitoris or any other external erogenous zone you please.

This toy can appeal to any level of user. It’s smooth and the size isn’t intimidating, so beginners have nothing to fear. The G-spot head, range of intensity and overall luxury that the Mona 2 offers is sure to appeal to advanced users as well.
Mona is waterproof and can be taken in the shower or bath, and also makes this toy super easy to clean.

 

Material

The shaft of the Mona 2 is made from body-safe silicone and the white handle is made from ABS plastic. Both of these materials are non-porous and neither of them will harbor any harmful bacteria within their surfaces. Mona has a totally rigid form that is covered by its silicone skin, there is absolutely no give.

The silicone is smooth and has barely any drag to it while it’s dry, and this toy is not a lint magnet. Once the toy is wet, I’ve noticed there’s a bit more drag and resistance. When using a lubricant with this toy, make sure it’s water-based and not silicone-based. Silicone lubes can potentially have a chemical reaction with silicone toys with can result in the silicone material being ruined.
 

Design

Lelo Mona 2

 

Mona 2 is 8” long with about 5” of it being insertable. The swell of its bulbous head measure 4.5” around and then tapers down to 3” at the base of the shaft.

Here are the Mona 2, Gigi 2, Picobong Moka, Zizo and Elise 2:

Lelo Mona 2 Gigi 2 Picobong Moka Zizo Elise 2

Lelo Mona 2 Gigi 2 Picobong Moka Zizo Elise 2

 

Function

Lelo Mona 2

 

The Mona is controlled by four buttons on its handle. There is a (+) button and a (-) button with will turn the toy on and off and control the vibration intensity.
There are also two other buttons that have an up and a down arrow on them. These two buttons cycle through the different modes of vibration and pulsation.

The four buttons will light up and blink in response when buttons are pressed, but they do not stay constantly lit while Mona is in use.

To turn Mona on, press the (+) button and it’ll start right up at the lowest intensity of steady vibration. You can use the (+) and (-) to toggle the vibration intensity up and down, I’ve counted 11 individual levels.

To start cycling through the different modes of vibration, press the down button. The modes are;

1. Steady vibration.
2. Pulses.
3. Faster pulses.
4. Ramping pulses.
5. Rollercoaster vibrations (like waves: ..up…and down.. and up.. and down..)
6. Random mode (my favorite setting.)

You can use the (+) and (-) buttons to change the vibration intensity of any of the different modes, except for setting 6, which is the random mode.

To turn the toy off, press and hold the (-) button, the power will quickly lower and then turn off. Turning the toy off from the highest intensity takes about 3 seconds.

Mona is very strong and I would give her a very rumbly 4.5 vrooms, which is very impressive for a toy that doesn’t plug into the wall. I don’t think Mona is as strong as a Hitachi, but she’s definitely stronger than other toys that are rated at 4, so we’re going to round up. The motor is located in the bulbous head and the vibrations are felt very strongly at the tip, but they carry through the rest of the shaft as well.
The noise level for Mona is about 2 bees on the higher settings if it’s outside the body, but if you’re using it internally, it’s even quieter.
 

Cleaning and Charging

Mona 2 is waterproof, which makes cleaning a breeze. I like to spray my toys with toy cleaner and then rinse them off in the sink. You can also use soap and water or toy wipes if you prefer, and you can use a 10% bleach solution to sanitize this toy because it’s silicone.

The charging port for this toy is locating at the very bottom of the handle and is concealed by a white plug that is attached to the toy. The lights under the control will blink while Mona is plugged in and charging, and then the lights will turn solid when the battery is full.
 

Lelo Mona 2

 

Packaging

Lelo Mona 2

 

LELO toys come in some pretty impressive packaging. There is an outer box that features the same color as the one you bought your toy in, so since I got my Mona in pink, the outer box is pink as well. The outer box features info about the toy, along with a full sized image of it on one of the sides. Once you remove the out cover you will be left with a lovely back box that is plain except for “LELO” printed in the center of the lid. The box measures 12.75” long x 4.25” wide x 2.25” tall.

The lid lifts off to reveal Mona resting in a cutout in velvety black foam. There’s also a little pocket that’s cover by a flap at one end of the box. The pocket contains the instruction manual, charger, LELO product registration card, a sample of LELO’s personal moisturizer and a storage pouch. The storage pouch is made from black satin and is not padded. It closes via a drawstring and measures 10.5” x 4.25”.

I really like LELO’s packaging and that they include the storage pouch. I like to keep my LELO toys in their original boxes and then I can use the storage pouch for other toys.
 

My Experience

Mona 2 was my first vibe from LELO, and it took me a long time to purchase it because I didn’t hold very high hopes that Mona was going to be that great. I was a total skeptic and thought that LELO was just an over-hyped brand that had simplistic designs that probably didn’t perform any better than other brand.

Wow. I sure was wrong.

I’m so impressed with Mona because of the huge range of intensity it offers, which is way more than I’ve seen in other toy brands. The ergonomic shape fits me so well and my G-spot responds incredibly well to the vibrations Mona offers, much more than other G-spot vibes I own. The vibrations are very deep and rumbly, and provide enough sensation that I don’t have to thrust or rock Mona to get enough stimulation.

The vibration and pulsation modes that Mona 2 offers are pretty standard, but what I really enjoy is the random mode. The random mode almost feels melodic with its ups and downs and quick transitions, it’s thrilling to not know what’s coming next.

All in all the quality is very good and it’s great knowing that LELO has good warranties on their toy.

Mona 2 is incredible. End of story. If I could only own one insertable vibrator Mona 2 would be it, hands down.

I highly recommend the Mona 2 to anyone looking for an incredible vibe.

 
 

You can find the LELO Mona 2 at SheVibe.