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Lelo’s New Couples Toy: Ida and Tara

Posted on Oct 8, 2013 by in Brand, Dirty Little Whispers, Lelo, Massagers, Reviews, Sex Toy Reviews, Vibrators | 0 comments

Lelo has announced the world’s first rotating couples massager named the Ida and Tara. These are designed to be worn during sex and are the first on the market to combine powerful vibrations with rotations within. It is also the first couples massager of it’s kind to apparently deliver equal pleasure to both partners.

Read my review of the Lelo Ida

The Ida and Tara are designed to be worn by the female.


Both Ida and Tara massagers are made of ultra-smooth silicone and feature a rounded disc which sits externally providing strong vibrations to the clitoris and a long and flexible pleasure point to massage the G-spot internally in a circular motion providing stimulation for her and intense sensations for him. They are also apparently near silent, which is always good, 100% waterproof, rechargeable with 2 hours use, and come in the usual luxurious packaging which Lelo is known for, with a satin storage pouch, 1-year warranty and 10-Year quality guarantee.

The Ida, retailing at £134, is available in black, deep rose and cerise. It features a wireless remote  with SenseMotion technology which boasts a 36 meter (118 foot) range and eight stimulation modes, two of which are motion-sensitive, allowing the user to change vibrations and intensity with simple movements of the remote or with SenseMotion. I don’t know about you, but during sex I am most likely to lose that remote!

The Tara is the cheaper option which retails at £99 and has the same features minus the remote and SenseMotion technology. It is available in black, deep rose and all new midnight blue. It is controlled by a single button interface on its side.

The Ida and Tara are available through Bondara and Simply Pleasure.

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