My summer vacation is nearing its end, but that doesn’t mean thoughts of travel are far from my mind…or Lelo’s, for that matter. The Sona 2 Travel is a new variant of the popular Sona line from Lelo. This clitoral stimulator packs Lelo’s powerful sonic technology into a smaller package, perfect for coming on the go.
Lelo’s packaging is always gorgeous: with the sleek black boxes and clear front windows — making photography a challenge — the Sona 2 Travel indicateds elegance before you even get it out of the box.
The Sona 2 Travel comes with a storage bag, lubricant, and a charging cable.
The toy itself has a raised round nozzle and a smooth silicone body with a gold plastic back panel. Three buttons on the front control patterns and power.
It charges through a single plug-in port at the base.
I also made the toys kiss to show that the nozzle size is comparable (although the opening on the Travel is a wee bit smaller).
The Sona 2 Travel is smaller in size but otherwise nearly identical in appearance to other versions of the Sona. But when you’re traveling, size matters, so it’s nice to pare it down a bit, right?
Now let’s talk function.
The Sona 2 Travel has the same 12 patterns and variety of intensities as its bigger cousins. Like other Lelo devices, even on its lowest setting, it’s a powerhouse. It has a lot of intensity even at base level, never mind once you start getting into the higher echelons of power.
As someone with a clitoral hood piercing, the nozzle of the Sona 2 travel (and other toys, to be fair) sometimes causes a challenge for me. I don’t find that the nozzle size aligns well with my clitoris and I have to move the barbell out of the way to get the best contact. Once it’s situated, though, it’s a strong toy that works efficiently. Sometimes too efficiently. This toy is not taking me on a leisurely journey; it’s a rocket-fueled speed run to orgasm town.
I did notice a volume increase for this product. Usually toys like this quiet down when situated, but the Sona 2 Travel is not any quieter when on my clitoris vs. when held in hand. Also, it’s a bit louder than the Sona 2 Cruise. The website says the Cruise’s maximum volume is 60db and the Travel’s max is 70 db, but it doesn’t address minimum sound. I think you’re fine using it in your empty hotel room but probably not sneaking around in the bathroom with guests in the next room.
Kudos and Caveats
Kudos for Lelo’s incredibly power and versatility. With 12 patterns, each individually controllable from low to high intensity, most folks can find something here to love.
Caveat: the nozzle size may not work for everyone’s anatomy, although it still works great even without a perfect fit.
Kudos for designing this toy for travel — it’s a bit smaller than other Lelo Sona toys, perfect to toss in a purse or a bag. It also has a travel lock to keep the TSA from sharing in your delights.
Kudos for full waterproofing, so you can enjoy the Sona 2 Travel in the bath or shower as well as on dry land.
Kudos for aesthetics. Everything Lelo designs looks high quality, from the toys to the packaging they come in.
Caveat: I wish this toy were quieter.
The Lelo Sona 2 Travel is a beautiful, thoughtful product that delivers high-powered pleasure and orgasms on the go. It’s a great addition to anyone’s travel itinerary. Wherever you go, you can still come.
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