LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition Review

June 28th, 12   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

The Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition, produced by LELO, is the latest upgrade to the Tiani Insignia. As far as I can see, the regular Insignia Tiani vibrator will be discontinued as the Tiani 2 is the only one that is listed on their site. The Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition is made completely of silicone, is wireless, comes in the same three, adorable colors, is rechargeable, and has an interchangable tail to allow for different sensations. The vibrator and remote are made from ABS plastic and silicone, and the vibrator is rechargeable while the remote takes two AAA batteries (included).

The packaging for the Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition is pretty standard LELO packaging. The vibrator comes in a plain black box, and inside the black box, there’s the parts of the LELO Tiani 2 sitting in a foam tray. This box is very discreet for storage, and it looks very fancy for gift-giving as well. The Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition vibrator comes with the remote, the remote opener key, an Insignia pin, two different “tails” for the Tiani 2, the Tiani itself, the charger for the Tiani 2 vibrator, and a satin storage bag. It also includes information about the warranty as well as the instruction book.

LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

Like the original Tiani vibrator, this vibrator is a wireless vibrator. The remote AND the vibrator both vibrate, but the remote’s vibrations can be turned off if you want. The Tiani 2 vibrator is intended to have the smaller “arm” inserted into the body while the larger portion (with the silver circle) rests against the clitoris. The SenseMotion technology in the remote changes this vibrator from an average wireless vibrator to a new piece of technology. When the wireless remote is turned (on one mode) or shaken (on another), it increases the vibration intensity. It also can be used like a regular remote. All of the information you’ll need about that is in the guide for the vibrator, and I’ll just say that the SenseMotion modes work just as stated, and while they aren’t fun or applicable in all situations, they can be fun for certain times.

LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

Showing how far it comfortably opens

Like stated, this vibrator is rechargeable. Only the vibrator part is rechargeable, though. The remote does require two AAA batteries. For the vibrator, the “tail” part unscrews, and the charging port to charge the vibrator is inside of this. The vibrator plugs in easily to chare, and the red little light blinks red while it’s charging. It holds red when the vibrator is done charging. The charge will allow the vibrator to last about 2 hours on a single charge with a stand-by time of about 90 days.

I think some of the upgrades to the Tiani 2 vibrator put them back up as a good choice compared to a We-Vibe 3. Before, the Tiani vibrator could not be controlled by the vibrator itself which meant you had to use the remote. However, the We-Vibe 3 did have that feature. With the new Tiani 2, you can control the vibrator by itself without needing to use the remote if you want. It’s just pretty easy to change it though it can be a bit slippery to change the settings if the toy is covered in any lubrication.

LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

The remote for the LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

Another change to the Tiani 2 is that the vibrator now comes with two different “tails”. The tail is the part opposite the charging part and the motored part that features the silver ring around it. One tail is the standard “tail” that came with the Tiani vibrator, and it’s just a flexible, insertable portion. The other “tail” has a similar design to the first tail, but it actually has a raised edge near the end for better stability and possible g-spot stimulation.

To be honest, I don’t notice much of a difference between the two tails. I actually wonder why they included it since the difference is so minimal. The larger tail is slightly, slightly (like 1/8 of an inch) wider as well as slightly, slightly longer (like 1/6 of an inch). The larger tail also includes a small “scoop” near the tip to make it “hook” more against the body. However, a big change between the tails is that the larger tail has a flat “back”. If the rounded shape of the Tiani vibrator had been keeping the toy from staying in comfortably, this rounded back should help for that. I didn’t notice any difference when it came to penetration with another toy with it in.

LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

The two different tails

The new LELO Tiani 2 vibrator also is supposed to have a 50% more powerful motor. When comparing it to the original Tiani, I do have to agree. The new motor is definitely stronger. It’s still not nearly as strong enough to be able for me to orgasm purely off of the vibrations of the vibrator, but it is much stronger than the previous one. The nice thing is that the new Tiani 2 is much, much less buzzy in the vibrations that the first Tiani vibrator was. They aren’t intensely rumbly now, but they are much more easily felt now. They didn’t get any quieter, but they didn’t need to be. The Tiani original vibrator was already pretty quiet and hard to hear in the same room, and the new LELO Tiani 2 is the same.

LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

Another view of the two tails

The last biggest change that was added for the new LELO Tiani 2 was the increased wireless capabilities. The previous LELO Tiani had a problem with dropping the connection between the remote and vibrator when the vibrator would get inserted or the vibrator was away from the remote. This didn’t particularly bother us because we usually used it with the remote within easy sight of the vibrator. However, this new remote does work a lot better. It transmits a lot more often, and it doesn’t seem to have nearly as many issues. Along with that, when I try to make it lose the signal, the vibrations don’t stop. Instead, they just go back to regular vibrations, so the sensation still continues.

LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition

The remote's battery compartment, lid, and compartment key opener

To clean the LELO Tiani 2, you’ll want to use warm water and antibacterial soap. Avoid getting any of the water or soap into the charging socket of the toy. You should only use water-based lubricant with the LELO Tiani 2, and for storage, you should place the vibrator somewhere away from heat and direct sunlight. The storage bag works pretty well. The silicone is nice and smooth, so it doesn’t pick up any hair or lint, but it’s still good to keep it in a bag or away from other fuzzy items.

Overall, the LELO Tiani 2 is a definite improvement over the original Tiani vibrator. It still comes with a pretty high price tag, though, but it does work really well. If you’re looking for a vibrator that includes the SenseMotion technology like this one does and are sensitive to vibrations, the LELO Tiani 2 could be a joy for you. However, with all of its amazing features, just don’t expect it to have earth-shattering vibrations, and you’ll probably be impressed by this sex toy. Thanks to LELO for providing this new LELO Insignia Deluxe edition for my LELO Tiani 2 Deluxe Edition review!




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