Lelo Sila clitoral suction vibrator is here to rival the Satisfyer

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Lelo Sila clitoral suction vibrator is here to rival the Satisfyer

Luxury sex toy brand Lelo has launched its latest vibrator product with suction technology.

Sila is a sonic clitoral massager, a bit like the now retired Sona/Sona Cruise, made from ‘extra-soft’ silicone, and follows a line of toys in the market for people with vulvas which use sonic waves to stimulate the clitoris, such as the Womanizer and Satisfyer.

Retailing at $169, the USB-rechargeable ‘whisper-quiet’ toy comes with eight vibration settings and is packaged in a satin storage pouch.

Lelo has built the Sila with a ‘wider mouth’ to suit more anatomies and provide a gentler massage to the vulva. It is available in three colours, pastel pink, lilac and teal.

The Sila isn’t the first toy Lelo has launched in 2020 – it follows the Soraya Wave 2, released earlier this year.

Along with its personal massagers, the Swedish firm is also known for its innovative thin Hex condoms.

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