Minna Life the makers of the award winning Minna Ola are now raising money to produce the Limon, a clitoral toy with the same unique technology as the Ola. If you’re not familiar with the Ola it uses a small squishy pad at the base to control the vibrations, the harder you squeeze, the stronger the vibrations. It also allows you to program and replay your own patterns, making this a toybox staple for any fan of patterns. The Limon features all of this but in the package of a small clitoral vibe as opposed to the long insertable shape of it’s sister.
The shape is interesting, and it looks as though the rounded shape will be comfortable to hold with the nub providing pinpoint clitoral stimulation, although I do worry a bit about it’s size and if constant squeezing will mean uncomfortable hand cramps, I personally might prefer an option to set it for low, medium, or high, OR squeezy custom mode. Although, I don’t know for sure without trying it, and squeezy custom mode sounds pretty cool anyway!
Strangely they keep referring to this as a “couples vibrator” and really the only indicator that it could be used with couples is that a partner could use it on another person, which is true with pretty much any toy. I think this one would be better described as a clitoral vibrator (or better yet, and really clever, adorable, clitoral vibrator). Moreover, it’s silicone, rechargable, and waterproof, all of which make me a happy camper as well as being available in pink or teal.
If you’re interested in helping to bring the Limon to life you can head over to their indiegogo campaign and throw some money at it, the perks aren’t that exciting, but at $89 for the early bird special you can get your very own Limon, which they hope to have delivered in November. I personally am interested in this if only for how unique it is. Like every other new vibrator on the market, they claim strong and revolutionary vibrations, which I won’t believe until I have them on my clit, but the unique control style and ability to record your own custom patterns is enough to pique my interest and want it to be a part of my collection.