A dual vibrator that does all the job for you and mimics the best sensations of oral sex and fingering. Sounds like a dream? The Lora DiCarlo OSÉ 2 works wonders if you use it right. I've tested it myself to decide if it lives up to the hype. Read on to find out whether this high-tech device suits your specific needs.
Overall, the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 box looks and feels impressive. It is heavy and huge, but in a good way; you hold it in your hands and expect something high-tech and solidly made inside. When I was opening mine, it felt similar to unboxing my very first iPhone back in 2011 – the same excitement, anxiety, and joy of an intriguing new device.
The soft yellow color on the inside looks fresh and new (you usually expect a sex toy box to be either neutral white or pink). The way the box opens is another unique feature worth noting: you open it like a 3D book where each item has its own special space.
Included in the box are the device itself, an instruction booklet, and a little yellow box containing a USB charger and a storage bag made of 100% recycled materials. There also was a warranty card, which is crucial for technically complicated devices like this one.
The first thing that came to mind was: “Wow… Wow, how huge it is.” This toy was much bigger than I expected. The head and the overall length were not typical for toys of this kind, even if you consider the clitoral stimulator and the G-spot massager separately.
“Wow, what a wonder of technologies” was my second thought. Looking at all those buttons on the toy head, I was a bit intimidated at first. Reading the instruction manual first was a definite priority.
However, this wasn’t actually necessary. The controls turned out to be rather intuitive, so after several minutes of experimentation, I quickly learned what each button was for without opening the instructions.
The Ose 2 itself is rather weighty and looks unusual for a sex toy. The silicone casing is velvet-soft and thick enough to withstand all those folds and twists that are needed to adjust the toy to fit your body.
The clitoral stimulator looks promising. The toy is designed to mimic the sensations of oral sex, using the same principle as the Womanizer or Satisfyer. At least, that’s what the commercial made me think of. It must be mentioned that the clitoral stimulator alone is much bulkier and heavier than the above-mentioned rivals, which is obviously not ideal. Most likely the huge head is necessary to hide all those impressive technologies that make the whole thing work.
The G-spot part is an adequate size. It’s not monstrously huge, but large and long enough to perform its main function. The little knob on it didn’t resemble the type on any other sex toy whatsoever: it was the first time I saw such a feature and I was really excited to try it out.
When you click the oral sex simulator control button and the thing starts stroking (that’s right, it uses ultrasound strokes instead of vibration), the sensations are incomparable. It doesn’t feel like a regular bullet vibrator or anything of this kind. Instead, the device is stimulating you without actually touching your skin, which feels incredible. For me, even the first level of intensity was enough for almost the whole session, so rest assured, it’ll be powerful enough even if you normally prefer higher speeds. I wouldn’t say that it feels exactly like oral sex (which is irreplaceable, in my opinion), but it gets as close as you can with an electronic device.
When I clicked the button to activate the vaginal massager, the noise frightened me at first. Loud robotic sounds made it obvious that the thing is full of power. The volume of the motor ruins the whole mood, if you ask me, especially if you’re planning on using it with your partner. Both participants may need to get used to the sound before getting down to business.
Of course, if you’ve ever had fantasies about having sex with a robot or are a fan of the NieR:Automata kind of videos, the noise might be an advantage for you. For me it wasn’t a huge deal-breaker, I got used to it quickly and stopped paying attention at all after a while.
The knob moves back and forth and you can speed it up and change the stroke length, which adds to the overall adaptability of the product.
A very important note here, which I wish I read in the manual more carefully first: you don’t need the vaginal stimulator to be inserted too deep inside. If you put it too far in, your experience will be far from perfect. You’ll likely experience some pain, which could stay with you for a while even after the toy is removed.
Take your time to find the ideal depth and angle with the device turned off. Bend it accordingly, so that you could find the right position with no effort after a few uses. Then pull it out, get it running at the first speed, and slowly insert it. If it feels comfortable, try other speeds and stroke lengths until you find the ones that give you the stimulation you’re looking for.
I must confess, this feature wasn’t the easiest to accomplish and I didn’t make it the first time.
I felt like I was fighting with some strong little animal. The device didn’t want to bend the way I needed it to and it was making me mad. When it seemed I finally found the right angle, I had turned both stimulators on and couldn’t stand the vibrations for even 10 seconds. The G-spot part felt painful and I decided to go with the clitoral stimulator on its own (which I’m still a huge fan of).
The second time was a completely different experience: I finally found the right bend (do not insert it too deeply, everyone is different, examine your body first) and it all worked as it should! Don’t forget to lube it first, though, regardless of the silicone’s initial smoothness.
The knob on the vaginal stimulator didn’t cause any unpleasant sensations and I tried higher speeds to find my perfect speed, which was the 10th, I believe. This was a shock since during my first session I couldn’t stand even the 1st one. This time, the device brought me sensations I’ve never experienced before. I wouldn’t say it was the best climax in my life, but it definitely didn’t disappoint.
The toy is totally different from everything I’ve seen and tested before. This includes the design, technology, looks, and even packaging. This may be why it’s not the easiest one to adapt to. You need to explore not only the toy and its controls, but more importantly, your own body to make the most of it.
The clitoral stimulator is my absolute favorite. I’m thinking of getting their BACI as well, which is the clitoral part of Ose 2 sold on its own. The airflow technology is a game-changer. It’s similar to the Womanizer type of toy, but to me, this one gives you both gentle and intense pleasure at the same time, plus the 10 intensity levels allow for maximum customization.
To use the clitoral stimulator in tandem with the G-spot massager, you need to take some time to learn how to make this work. Once you find your perfect angle, bend, speed, and stroke length, the thing works wonders, though these will be different for everyone using this toy.
To me, even with the right bend, the G-spot knob is a bit too rigid, though it doesn’t feel this way when it isn’t inserted. When your vaginal muscles spasm during an orgasm, you feel the solid metal knob too much, which can distract you from the pleasure. I wish it was a bit softer, resembling the feel of a real fingertip. This way, the climax would be much more comfortable, but no less overwhelming.
Overall, the Ose 2 is a fantastic high-tech device to give you the best sensations you could experience during simultaneous oral sex and fingering. It is adaptive, functional, and powerful. It is a bit overpriced and the design needs to be reworked a bit, at least in terms of weight and head size. I definitely recommend trying it out if you’re tired of all those vibrating devices and are searching for a completely new experience. With the Ose 2, you’re sure to get it.