Lelo Ina 2 Vibrator
Upon deeper exploration, you will find that constant variable speed is truly just the beginning of Ina’s eight programming options. In each distinct program, you can control the intensity of stimulation. Some of the programs allow you to choose a variable interplay between the clit vibe and the vaginal shaft vibe. This is possible because the two motors work independently of each other rather than simply mirroring one another. Pulses, surges, and bursts where you want them and as intense as you want them. Ina’s shaft doesn’t rotate like the classic duals but this has the advantage of allowing Lelo Ina 2 to survive rigorous rocking and rolling, something that the Classics can’t take.
The Lelo Ina 2 vibe is rechargeable using a Li-ion battery that delivers 4 hours of stimulation on a 2-hour charge. Designed and developed in Sweden and manufactured to Lelo’s “Vendor Code of Conduct” which includes “fair labour practices, worker health and safety requirements and environmental accountability practices.” Aquatic, the upgraded Ina 2 is fully waterproof.
WARRANTY: 1 year warranty on manufacturing defects.
DIMENSIONS: 3 7/8″ x 1 3/8″
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Charger troubleshooting: (1) Vibe must be on “Lock down” before being charged. This means it must be fully drained and the only way to know that it is totally down for the count is to ensure that the red light comes on when you try to power it. (2) When the red light comes on find a spot that offers an ideal charging environment (where it won’t get nudged or bumped during the charging period … so that the charger plug stays put) and then make sure to fit the charger plug securely into your power socket. It shouldn’t be dangling; it should be plugged in. (3) Then plug the charger into your vibe and make sure the connection is tight. The area where the red light was visible should now be flashing a blue/white light … this is ideal. (4) Sometimes it takes a few minutes for the toy to recognize the charger as the nature of its motor is to “wake up” the battery with a low/slow initial charge before it goes “gangbuster”. If the battery charge light does not “flash” try holding the control pad down for a few seconds… watch the light come on and then turn off, now it’s on lock down and is charging. (5) Final Note: We did find one toy whose light didn’t flash, but it did hold a charge so do wait for the full three to four hour charging period to see if the toy has picked up its charge before concluding that you are out of power.