Lelo Siri2 Vibrator Review & Giveaway

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  • NAME Siri 2
  • MANUFACTURER Lelo
  • TYPE Luxury External Vibrator
  • MATERIAL Silicone
  • COLOUR Black, Purple, Cerise
  • POWER SOURCE USB Rechargeable w/out adapter 2hr chrg time
  • CONTROLS 4 button interface
  • FUNCTIONS 7 speeds per 7 patterns + 1 sound activation setting
  • WATERPROOF Yes **
  • WARRANTY 1 yr Replacement + 10yr 50%off
  • SIZE 3″L x 2″D  (5″C) weight 3.2oz

[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Use” tab_id=”1426520300472-3″][vc_column_text]Oooh I got excited when Lelo offered me Siri 2! Liv2 I was pumped up for as well, then sadly disappointed when the Amazon version I tested actually seemed stronger. Then Mona2 came out and Lelo became interesting again. Siri2 has been a long wait and when Lelo came on board as my new direct sponsor they offered it to me with Mona Wave and the PicoBong Transformer.
My BoyToy and
I have a thing for wands, vibrating cock rings and strong, non phallic  clit toys. Je Joue MiMi is a perfect example of why I like this kind of external vibrator and Lelo
Siri 1/2 are quite similar – with one twist, the Siri 2 is akin to the Ohmibod line of vibrators – it has a sound activation setting! Yea I called it a clit toy (because that’s my fav place to use it on MY body) but really it’s perfect for use with ALL genders on all erogenous zones. I especially like using these vibes with males because the rock like shape (non phallic) makes them less intimidating and is fantastic for perineum/frenulum use. Same goes for their appropriateness for newbies to sex toys. Like MiMi, both Siris are fantastic as a first vibrator choice. Siri has all the requirements to be considered a complete LUXURY toy.
Try using the palm sized, rock shaped toy along his shaft, focussing on his super sensitive frenulum and around his corona. It’s great on nipples too and the discreet shape makes for a perfect portable neck massager.
Another awesome use of these kind of vibes is in harnesses with pouches. Works perfect tucked in any Rodeoh harness or the Spare Parts Joque but as long as your harness is snug, like any panty version, you should be able to enjoy vibrations either above or directly on your clit while thrusting. I even like to achieve a similar effect while driving by tucking it in my panties and just letting it sit there and warm me up, although it can get a little itchy after awhile.
Apparantly the first Siri was touted as a wonderful vocal warm up tool. The manual suggests “find your perfect pitch”, which I at first took to mean that you were supposed to match the audible frequency of the vibrations but that didn’t make much sense. Upon further research, I realized that you were meant to use Siri/Siri2 directly on your neck on top of your voice box. I guess vocal chords respond well to mild vibratory manipulation.
Siri2s new use is from its sound activation feature. Sound activated vibes aren’t completely new- Ohmibod for instance, makes an entire line of luxury vibrators that respond to music or your partners voice. Pump up your fav tunes or have your partner speak/sing into the toy and it’s supposed to vibrate to the beat. It also has a several pattern settings but the sound activation feature is really the only potential pattern that interested me because I find repetitive patterns clash with my systems need for spontaneity.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Appearance” tab_id=”1426520437425-2-0″][vc_column_text]These days there’s no good reason for a vibrator to be made/covered in anything but 100% body safe material. Half of Siri 2 is coated in Lelo’s signature svelte silicone. Completely impermeable, silicone will not absorb any STIs, UTI causing bacteria, or fungal particles from yeast infections or jock itch. As long as it is cleaned properly between orifices or in this case, users, it is totally safe to share. Siri has no irritating seams and is so smooth that most users will require little to no lube, other than saliva. If you do choose to include a lubrication in your play, try to stick to water or oil based formulas like this unless you are absolutely sure of the quality of your silicone lube. Always try a patch test to ensure that liquid silicone does not bond with the surface of your vibe, compromising the integrity of the material.

Siri2 comes in cerise, purple or black with a white plastic handle. I do miss the bright red option of the original Siri but black is almost as good and many men will be more easily convinced that it is meant for unisex use. If you find that there is a slight chemical smell or taste to the toy when you first receive it, just give it a good rinse with warm water and a cleaning solution. It should lift immediately.
External palm sized vibes are my favourite for use on guys because they are so discreet. The stone like shape ensures passing your vibrator off as simply a massager if anyone comes across it inadvertently or during travel, quite easy. When the original Siri debuted, Lelo received a lot of feedback about an alternative use for the toy. Apparantly many people were using it for vocal warmup. Partly due to the vibrations but specifically because of the size and shape, Siri became commonplace for singers and public speaking.
The shape is a little different from the more uniform JJ MiMi. The plastic portion is oblong and fairly flat, but the silicone end is more bulbous with one convex crease, I believe intended for more precise stimulation. The tip is not very pointy, in fact it’s quite round and I found pinpoint stimulation to be fairly impossible. This roundness does make for fantastic broad stimulation in the perineum area.

Siri 2 dimensions are as follows
Length:3″
Diameter:2″
Circumference:5″
Weight: 3.2 ounces

The packaging hasn’t really changed much since Siri 1
A thin cardboard sleeve featuring all the basic info and a pic of Siri, covers a solid strong cardboard box embossed with the Lelo logo. Inside sits Siri2 in a plastic faux velvet covered tray. Underneath that is a tiny warranty card which you need to register on the Lelo website with the name and date of where you purchased your toy. If it was a gift you will still need this info. Lelo is always great about honouring warranties. I suggest that you buy all Lelo toys from reputable dealers- best directly from Lelo or from a reviewers sponsor/affiliate as we can vouch for the authenticity of your toy, which also means that you can count on the warranty being valid via a serial number. The warranty covers all manufacturers errors for one year from purchase date PLUS comes with an awesome 10 YEAR guarantee. Basically if it breaks in 10yrs you can choose a new toy of equal or lesser value for 50% off. Now that’s pretty fantastic.
2 booklets are stored inside- one that covers the key pad function and charging, warranty and care and another specific to Siri2 regarding the voice activation and the patterns.
A small pack of lube and the same white USB charger that now comes with all Lelo toys (except the Smart Wand Large) finishes up the contents. You’ll have to provide your own USB adaptor unless you are a weird person that actually does charge stuff out of the side of your computer. Who doesn’t have a USB adaptor these days? All good.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Function” tab_id=”1426520492427-3-5″][vc_column_text]I received Mona Wave as well and was surprised that the two don’t share the same 4 button interface. Siri2 has the same buttons as Mona2 – and strangely enough they changed colour from a barely perceptible white to a dirty looking beige as soon as they got wet. I even tried cleaning them with peroxide but nope! Might be because our tap water is sulphury though. The buttons are easy to use as long as you can remember which way (up/down or left/right) is for power/strength control and which is to change the function. Press both up/down at once and you switch to voice activated but press left and right together and you activate the travel lock feature, as usual, hold down the plus for 3 seconds and siri2 powers on, minus for 3 seconds and powers off. To tell you the truth I found this a little confusing and kept having to check the manual to make sure that I was pressing the buttons properly.

The vibrations themselves I actually REALLY liked. Yes- it’s definitely stronger than the original Siri. Still not strong enough for power queens with clits of steel but definitely great for warm up and for men
They are a strong 4/5 with a fairly quiet noise level of 2/5. I can’t say how many speeds it has (guessing 7) because you basically just need to hold it down until it reaches your desired intensity.
Press the up arrow and you can set any pattern for whatever strength you have chosen.

Lelo has each pattern named after a dance (rhumba, samba etc) but I think the explanations give you a better idea of what they are like.
1) Straight Vibration
2) Slow  Pulse
3) Med Pulse
4) Escalation Followed by 2 Pulses
5) Quick Escalation Followed by 3 Quick Pulses
6) Roller Coaster Slow Ride Slow Fall
7) Rapid Pulse
8) Strange Short Rise and Fall of Different Intensities
D/U) Sound Activated Pulse

The sound activation setting is fairly simple- you make noise close to the little hole in the back of the plastic handle and Siri 2 vibrates in sync with the sound. At least it’s supposed to. I found it was a little bit behind the beat and reacted better to strong defined beats or vocals than smoother tunes or songs with many instruments combined. It makes more sense to use this function with a partner than solo. Honestly if you were planning on using it like Ohmibod Blumotion, which will vibrate to the beat of the club vibe around you, you are SOL.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Care” tab_id=”1426550259066-4-6″][vc_column_text]Cleaning is the same as for all waterproof silicone toys with motors. Despite what appears to be a wide open charging port, all Lelo 2s are submersible ** so feel free to get it really wet- just don’t boil it, you’ll bust the motor. Antibacterial soap and warm water is best but make it or a commercial toy cleaner even better by adding a few drops of eucalyptus oil and tea tree oil and voila – antibacterial, antiviral AND antifungal!!! A 10% bleach solution also works but 10% peroxide also kills any possible herpes virus on contact- great if someone has a cold sore and you aren’t sure if it’s simplex A or B.

Charging is easy peasy. I appreciate that Lelo uses a pin type charger so that you don’t have to worry about magnets slipping out of place. The 1cm long short female pin plugs into the open hole on the bottom of Siri 2. You can use any Lelo charger if need be- including the old non-USB black ones as the pin and voltage are identical.
When you plug it in, the keypad will blink on/off and then hold steady when finished charging. When you first receive your toy it will have a short factory charge but it won’t last that long. Best to just plug it in immediately for a good 6 hours. After the initial charge it should only take 90-120 min for a full charge and should last around 2hrs depending on what functions you are using and how high you have the power set. The voice activation function will obviously use more power than any of the other settings. If you don’t use your Lelo for an extended use of time the battery will run dead so it’s a good idea to charge them up every once in awhile just for the fuck of it! Sort of like not letting your car sit too long without running.

Storage is simple in the satin black pouch included or the cardboard box- but really this toy is so discreet as a massager that you could toss it in your purse for travel (with the lock setting activated) and have no worries.

Warranty information is under the Appearance tab of this review[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Experience” tab_id=”1426550272917-5-10″][vc_column_text]I had a lot of fun testing Siri2 and it’s definitely an improvement over Siri1 but I still like MiMi better. The voice function, although neat, is not a new technology and lags a little behind in timing. You seem to need the sound fairly close to the little sensor in the back of the toy or else it doesn’t pick it up, so mild background music won’t set it off. Surprisingly this function still worked under water as you can see in the end of my video. My partner tried singing/talking to it as he ate me out (which is not on the video) and it was a little silly. Personally I find all patterns somewhat frustrating because right when I think I’m about to cum and need a little more oomph, the vibes cut out instead and I lose my opportunity. The voice controlled pulse just switched who had to bear the brunt of my annoyance – from an inanimate object to my loving BoyToy. “AHHH KEEP SINGING DAMMIT!!”, reminiscent of me bitching “You’re not doing it right!” and shoving past lovers away so that I could get myself off. Well I’m the same way with toys and although Siri 2 is awesome for warm up and perfect for male stimulation, it just isn’t strong enough for my clit-o-steel. She prefers wands and those 2 perfect top luxury bullets (Salsa and Sensuelle Point). BoyToy however loves Siri2. It fits in his hand better than a bullet, which improves his use on me, covering more surface area, since less stimulation on the right spot is better than more on the wrong one. He also luvs either one of us using it on him. The vibrations are perfect for his balls and anal area during sex or all his sweet spots while masturbating. I love to use it on clients, especially first time vibration users. It doesn’t intimidate and they don’t assume that it’s going up their butt. You know, I thought that Siri 2 was a decently strong vibe, until I compared the vibrations to the Shibari Halo  and the Halo was stronger. Granted- you cant maneuver a wand between two bodies like a Siri 1 or 2 and it certainly isn’t as fun driving around with one in your underwear, but it confused me that I had been giving them both a 4/5. which is why I dropped the rating to 7.5. Lelo claims the 2 is 100% stronger but honestly the only gen 2 I’ve seen that much stronger yet is the Mona 2. I’m not much of a singer, but I tried it on my vocal chords (this is what the original Siri was infamous for) anyway. I won’t torture you with an audio clip- it didn’t help my singing abilities.

Bottom line, Lelo makes great toys and the design of the Siri is one I consider a staple in my toybox,yet it just isn’t powerful enough for more than warm up and mens’ play in my opinion and the novelty sound activation setting is just that- A NOVELTY[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][/vc_tabs][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][rev_slider_vc alias=”Siri”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Lelo Siri 2 Giveaway

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