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LELO DOT is an innovative clitoral vibrator that ffers multiple orgasms, sending novel sensations externally across the clitoris and other erogenous areas. Using Infinite Loop Technology, it moves in a constant elliptical motion while the soft and bendable tip stimulates you with absolute precision. It features eight pleasure patterns with varying intensities, packed inside its unconventional shape. LELO DOT is perfect for singles and couples eager to experience a different type of orgasm.
- ELLIPTICAL MOVEMENT FOR A UNIQUE SENSATION
- DESIGNED FOR LOCALIZED, FOCUSED PLEASURE
- 100% WATERPROOF AND USB-RECHARGEABLE FOR VERSATILITY
INFINITE LOOP TECHNOLOGY
Infinite Loop Technology, inspired by a figure eight-motion, puts a new spin on your everyday vibrations used by personal massagers. It uses elliptical oscillation to provide a new kind of stimulation with astonishing power - a sensation different from anything else experienced. Its strength and intensity are intuitive depending on the applied pressure and angle of use. Positioning the product differently allows for experimentation in finding the most pleasurable angle, leading to a new type of orgasm that feels much stronger and more focused.
Material: Body-safe silicone, ABS Plastic
Size: 60 x 46 x 165 mm
Weight: 98 g
Battery: Li-Ion 520 mAh 3.7 V
Charging: up to 2 h at 5.0 V 500 mA
User time: up to 2 h
Standby: 90 days
Frequency: 133 Hz
Max. noise level: < 60 dB
Interface: 3 buttons
LELOi AB (Sweden) - Today LELO is known around the world as the company behind the world’s best pleasure objects, but it all started back in 2003 when three friends – engineer Filip Sedic and industrial designers Eric Kalén and Carl Magnuson – went looking for a fortieth birthday present for a married woman who had everything.
“We decided to buy a sex toy and went to a sex shop in Sweden; we simply could not believe that there was neither a company or a product represented that had any sort of design aesthetic, or a sense of quality or functionality. After extensive research elsewhere – including what was available online – we realized there was a demand that was not being catered to.”