By Elle Chase | 9/18/14
What Is This “ORA” That You Speak Of?:
Earlier this year, Lelo stepped into challenging territory by producing and marketing one of the most demanding of all orgasm invokers … the oral sex simulator. I couldn’t wait to try this, I mean oral sex is my favorite thing ever, to give and receive. But like a jilted lover I was skeptical. I’ve been promised oral sex by companies before, and was not just let down, but let down hard. Even so, some of my doubts were alleviated by the fine Lelo pedigree and reputation for high quality. Surely, they had their best people on the job and wouldn’t release it unless it tested well … right?
How It Works:
The Lelo Ora is certainly a pretty piece of work. Round and sleek with a hole that fits about 2 fingers, the stainless steel inner ring, compliments the indigo of the high-grade silicone outer surface. The operating area of the Ora is a flat indented patch on the bottom of the toy. It’s almost a false bottom, as the indentation hides a small “nub” (like a bead), which, when in use, circles the outer edge of the indentation under a swath of thin silicone. The Ora’s controls are standard Lelo fare; a “+” for higher vibration, a “-“ for less, and a power/pattern button in the middle… pretty intuitive. When turned on, the nub moves around the indentation while the rest of the piece vibrates (you can turn off the vibration). There are 10 configurations of vibration patterns, some of which have the nub going in the opposite direction.
Like all Lelo toys the Ora is a chic, pretty lil thing, that could at once be a modern art sculpture or just as easily, a cocktail ring for a Tellietubbie. Art is so subjective. The Ora vibration is strong for those that like a powerful punch and has a nice rumbly low for the more sensitive user. It charges pretty quickly, it’s waterproof and the packaging is beautiful.
Where do I begin? Because the main component (and the whole point) of this oral sex simulator happens to be inset (the tip of the circling nub is actually flush with the bottom of the toy), even grazing your clit is practically impossible, unless your clit happens to live outside your labial folds. In fact, in order to get Ora-to-clit contact, one must press the Ora, with all their might, into one’s clitoris. But, even with this uncomfortable move, you need the help of your other hand to get to the holy land. Only by pulling back the flesh on your mons while using your fingers to spread the top of your labia apart a bit, can the Ora even access the clitoris. In the end, when all of this is accomplished the little circling nub is so slow (the nub has only one speed) and anemic that it might as well not exist … then you cry.
So to Summarize …
I gave it a good go. I tried the Ora about 4 times, each time gave me the same result. Constantly vexed at every turn to use this toy as it was intended, I eventually just stopped trying, and used the damn thing as a clitoral vibe … at least that way I was able to get off.
I’m usually generous when it comes to reviewing toys, as I know that everyone’s body and turn-on is different. But I’m pretty confident, if you’re in the market for an oral sex simulator and you get an Ora, you’re going to be pretty P.O.’d that you plopped down more than a hundred large for your basic clitoral vibe. Lelo has much better options in that department and you’ll see my three faves below.
Instead, you might want to try these popular Lelo toys available at SHEVIBE:
This product was provided to me free of change in exchange for my honest review.
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