LELO Tiani Review

November 10th, 11   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
LELO Tiani

The Tiani and the remote controller

The LELO SenseMotion Insignia Tiani is a double-ended, dual stimulation vibrator from the new LELO vibrators. It comes in a deep rose or a black, and it is controlled by the SenseMotion technology. The vibrator and remote are both made out of plastic and silicone, and the vibrator is waterproof.

This LELO Tiani review will not cover everything about the LELO Tiani as I covered the LELO SenseMotion controls, the charging system, the packaging, and how they connect over at my LELO Insignia SenseMotion overview post. Please go there and check out that information for further information on the use of the toy. This review will deal with the specific information about the LELO Tiani.

This LELO Tiani review will not cover everything about the LELO Tiani as I covered the LELO SenseMotion controls, the packaging, the charging system, and their connecting ability over at my LELO Insignia SenseMotion overview post. Please go there and check out that information for further information on the use of this couple’s vibrator. This review will deal with the specific information that is unique to the LELO Tiani.

LELO Tiani

The Tiani and remote sitting in the packaging

The LELO Tiani was intended for use as a couple’s ring. You’re supposed to insert the non-vibrating portion of the ring, and once you do that, the vibrating portion of the ring will rest against the clitoris for pleasure. The guide recommends adding some water-based lubricant to make things glide more smoothly during insertion. You can then use the toy as a dual penetration toy or you could use the toy during intercourse with a partner inside of you.

Out of all of the LELO Insignia SenseMotion toys, this one seems to have given us the most issue with the wireless capabilities. I’m not sure if it’s because it is really intended to work as an internal vibrator (while Oden certainly is not and Lyla can be used externally too), but it does seem to have some issues with connection and transmission depending upon the position that you’re in. With legs spread, the toy seems to work great with no transmission issues. With legs close together, it seems to have a lot more issues with the transmission, and it sometimes needs you to press a button twice. With a partner on top of you, it seems to have the most issues, and you may have to press the button a couple times to get it to respond. As you could imagine, this effects the SenseMotion aspect of the toy as well, and it can be difficult to get the SenseMotion aspect to work as well when there’s a partner or your legs are closed. For solo use with spread legs, though, it tends to work just fine. The transmission actually seems to be even a little bit better if you have a partner controlling the vibrations instead of controlling them yourself.

LELO Tiani

The remote and the vibrator opened up to charge/place the batteries

As a couple’s vibrator, the LELO Tiani works okay as long as you can get the vibrations to work right. The internal portion really does not vibrate nor hit the g-spot well, but the clitoral piece ends up vibrating in a hands-free matter that will allow you to enjoy it. If you do require pressure, you’ll have to press down on the Tiani in order to apply pressure, but it still does a good job of vibrating in the “right” area without too much having to be done to it. Just don’t expect too much in terms of vibrations on the inside; the inside portion seems to exist mostly just to help keep the outside portion in place.

The vibrations are alright. The interesting thing about the Tiani is that both ends of the toy do not vibrate. Instead, only the external, clitoral portion actually vibrates. The part that is inserted does not vibrate, but it does vibrate slightly just purely from the vibrations of the motor of the other side. Once inserted, though, it’s really hard to tell that it’s vibrating. Clitorally, the vibrations on the vibrator are okay. The biggest downside is that the toy doesn’t “clamp”, so I don’t get the targeted, pressured vibrations that I enjoy, but if you have another body on top of you, that could certainly change that. The vibrations are on the moderate side, but if you’re sensitive to vibrations or just work at it, you certainly can orgasm with the vibrations that are included with the LELO Tiani.

Compared to the We-Vibe, the Tiani is certainly different. For one, the controls for the Tiani are actually on that seperate controller that is wireless. One of the main issues that I had with the We-Vibe was the fact that it was hard to press buttons while using it – especially if your hands were lubricated. For another, the insertable portion of the Tiani is made from a soft, silk-like silicone, and the insertable portion is smaller, so if you had issues with the We-Vibe feeling too large for both your partner and the toy at the same time, this may help solve the problem. However, the wireless remote does still cause some issues that may keep this toy from being optimal.

Overall, the LELO Tiani is an okay vibrator. I love the look of it, and it seems to work okay, but it does seem to have some transmission issues that could make it really difficult to use in public or in certain sex positions. I do like the idea of a remote-controlled couple’s vibrator, though, as reaching in-between two people to try and change the controls can really put a pause in the action. Thanks to LELO for providing this LELO sex toy for my LELO Tiani review.




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