BeanFiddler: LELO GIGI 2 G-Spot Vibrator Review

LELO GIGI 2 G-Spot Vibrator Review Book Cover LELO GIGI 2 G-Spot Vibrator Review
BeanFiddler
Vibrator
September 4, 2013

I can tell you what the LELO GIGI 2 G-Spot Vibrator has that the original GIGI did not. The GIGI 2 has six improvements. Well, really there are five improvements and one difference I noticed. They are as follows:

  • Power: The LELO GIGI 2 has 100% more power than the original GIGI.
  • Waterproof: The new GIGI 2 is waterproof! The original GIGI was only splash proof.
  • Modes: The GIGI 2 offers eight vibration modes versus the original GIGI’s five.
  • Battery Life: The GIGI 2 can last up to four hours on a two hour charge, while the original GIGI maxed out at two hours.
  • Silicone: I have always raved about LELO’s silicone and didn’t think there was a need for improvement, but the GIGI 2 is made with a silicone that is even smoother and silkier than the silicone of the original GIGI.
  • Charger: The GIGI 2′s charger is white, as opposed to the black charger of the original GIGI. (Not a big deal, I realize.)

The first five differences on the above list are very significant. The list also provides you with a good amount of information about the LELO GIGI 2. As with all LELO Pleasure Objects, the GIGI 2 is made with a combination of ABS and silicone. The handle, with the control panel, is made of ABS. The insertable portion of the vibrator is made of a silicone sheath wrapped around a hard interior, that provides absolutely no flexibility. As I pointed out in #5, LELO has changed the silicone used in the production of the GIGI 2, and it is even more awesome than before. This new silicone is so soft and silky, it slides along my skin with no drag at all. I want sheets made of this new LELO silicone. Not. Joking.

I always recommend using lube with insertable sex toys and that hasn’t changed. However, if you are in a pinch and don’t have a drop of lube left, but are still determined to use the LELO GIGI 2, you can very likely get away without it. Of course, this will depend upon your personal level of wetness. I can use this vibrator without lube. As a general rule, I don’t, but I wanted to see if I could because the silicone is just so slippery. When you are choosing the lube you’re going to use with the GIGI 2 (and you are going to use lube, right??), select a good quality water-based lubricant. Though you probably can slide by using a high quality silicone-based lube, it is a gamble. Combining silicone-based lube and silicone sex toys can lead to a negative chemical reaction that can damage the toy.

Read More… At BeanFiddler.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *