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Kiiroo, the company behind the Onyx2 and Titan interactive pleasure devices, has launched a new clitoral massager called the Cliona.

Update: Read our full Kiiroo Cliona review now!

The Cliona is Bluetooth-enabled and can be used for both clitoral pleasure and G-spot stimulation. Measuring 4.5-inches long by 2-inches wide and weighing just 75 grams, the lightweight, pocket-sized vibrator should comfortably fit into the average handbag (or man bag) with little bother.

With an ergonomic, non-phallic design, the Cliona’s discreet appearance makes it an ideal travel companion for solo use or with a partner. Using the four touch sensitive buttons, you can scroll through a variety of patterns and levels of intensity, as the mood takes.

Connect it to Kiiroo’s Feel Connect app – like the rest of the Kiiroo range – and you can sync the device with VR content from the likes of FeelMe, VirtualRealPassion and Pornhub.

You can also pair it with a number of other Kiiroo interactive sex toys to sync up the fun with a partner.

These include OhMiBod’s Rabbit-like Fuse, interactive male device the Titan, the popular Fleshlight Launch, and the Onyx2. Using these with the Cliona you can control your partner’s sensations, and/or have them control yours, just as you like it..

In slightly more mundane, practical matters, the Lithium battery takes two hours to fully charge and promises at least one hour of use. The device is also fully waterproof, making it suitable for adult bath and shower playtime.

The Cliona is currently available directly from Kiiroo, priced at $99.

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Rob Tylershevsky
Rob is a freelance journalist based in Sussex, UK, with a strong interest in the intersecting fields of technology, human sexuality, relationships, behaviour and psychology.

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