Is the double pleasure g-spot stroker and clit suction of the Lora Dicarlo Ose 2 any good? Yes, yes, OH GOD YES!
The Product: Lora DiCarlo Ose 2
The Verdict: (out of five)
You've NEVER seen a dual stimulation toy done like this before! Welcome to the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2. The Lora DiCarlo Ose 2's claim to fame? Years of research to make the ultimate clitoral and g-spot stimulator for people with vaginas. The Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 is designed to pleasure both your clitoris and your g-spot simultaneously.
"That's not that special," you might say.
And you'd be right—until you realize how the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 goes about doing that—and the completely revolutionary way it provides that pleasure.
First, the Lora Di Carlo Ose 2 is fully customizable for your unique anatomy. No more "will this work for me?" questions. Every part of the connector of the Ose 2 is entirely bendable including laying it out flat, squishing it down in a U-shape flat, and even small, micro bends to swivel the clitoral end and the g-spot end to get them exactly into the spaces where you need them.
Second, the types of stimulation that the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 provides is entirely unique. The clitoral portion of the Ose 2 provides clitoral suction and deep thrumming around the clitoral area. (Spoiler alert: It's soooooooo good.) On the opposing end, the g-spot end doesn't rely on vibrations. Instead, it's equipped with micro-robotics that literally stroke the g-spot for you in a come-hither motion. Really, it's two sensations that are known to be extremely pleasurable, and they're in this single blended orgasms toy!
What's the Difference between the Ose and the Ose 2?
The first iteration of this sex toy, the Ose, was the award-winning vaginal sex toy that started Lora DiCarlo's career. Of course, most of us learn something from our first attempt at something (especially with lots of feedback!), so instead of sticking around with their tried-and-true award-winner, Lora DiCarlo took "amazing" and made it even better!
The Ose 2 included some visual updates to make it look smoother and sleeker (which is definitely a trial for a toy of this size!) It also features a wider range of intensity on the clitoral stimulation end with a slightly-smaller and soft insertable g-spot end.
Into the nerdy facts?
- Designed to be easier to use straight out of the box with less trial and error.
- Added more rumbly low speeds and more powerful highs on the clitoral stimulator.
- Insertable g-spot massager was made 9.5% smaller.
- G-spot massager now includes soft-touch silicone for a more lifelike feel.
- 10-decibel reduction in noise.
- One-touch power button to easily end your session without needing to hit a bunch of buttons.
- Updated control panel with more ergonomic and contoured control buttons.
Getting a Custom Fit with the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2
Before you get to fall in love with the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2's simultaneous pleasure, you have to get the toy to line up in those most-pleasurable spots. So let's start with that.
Now, all of the instruction manuals and instructional videos are very, very clear on one point: do not move around the toy or remove or insert it while the g-spot probe is on. As I found out accidentally, this is for a very, very painful reason.
The g-spot stroking motion is effectively a rigid, robotic movement, and the g-spot is located up behind the pubic bone. If you accidentally catch that robotic movement against the pubic bone and it tugs, it is like a shock to the system. I have no ways to easily describe it (other than YEOWCH!) because this isn't a common sensation. It just feels like something yanking against a bone, and it isn't good. It definitely is not good.
When the g-spot stroking probe is already in place, there's no problem - and it never catches this area. Honestly, you get a good bit of wiggle room once the g-spot probe is inserted to avoid gripping onto that spot. You'll likely encounter this issue only when you're pulling and tugging and fitting the sex toy—and it's very important (for your pleasure) that you turn it off every time you plan on moving the Ose 2 in a big way.
With that in mind, you really need to get familiar with the control structure of the Ose 2 if you're still in the "fitting it" phase. This is because you'll need to turn that g-spot stroker on and off constantly. It turns into a "remove, wiggle, tug, push, insert" routine where you continually try to get the g-spot portion to line up with your g-spot, determine how accurate you were, and then repeat the process. It's vitally important that you turn off the g-spot stroker before every adjustment because, honestly, that shock to the system isn't particularly erotic.
During this adjustment period, the Ose 2 shows its true colors—and its colors are very, very pleasurable. Even when I couldn't get the two to line up correctly, both felt pleasurable individually, and you'll likely have enough stimulation to orgasm—even if it isn't simultaneous stimulation. This is what tided me over during my fitting phase. I could get enough "juice" out of the g-spot stimulator plus my hands—or just enough "juice" from the clitoral function alone.
Getting them both to line up is definitely the most difficult part of owning the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2. The "custom-fit" aspect is amazing—and it genuinely is pretty custom-fit for every body. That doesn't mean that most of us "know" what that fit is —and bending and shaping the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 while you're covered in lube is actually surprisingly difficult.
While I left the first couple of sessions with an orgasm, I still left feeling relatively frustrated because it isn't an easy process. Following the instructions helps, but it's one of those things that feels annoying because it feels like it'd just be *so* much easier with a partner present—and a lube-free toy.
(It's worth noting that other reviewers, like the reviewer at SexTechGuide, did not have nearly as much difficulty as I did in getting that "perfect fit". As they said: "Combining the mouth and finger section to use both at once was also pleasingly simple. The arm was relatively easy to bend into shape, and didn’t need much adjusting to hit the right spots—again, something that frustrated me in the previous toy.")
The Ose 2's Two Distinct Pleasures
The Ose 2 offers two very different, very distinct pleasures. Honestly, both of them are amazing in their own right, so I'm glad to see that the Ose 2 sells each half individually in the Baci and the Onda. Let's tackle them individually, so you basically get two mini-reviews about both the Baci and Onda while we're at it!
The Lora DiCarlo Baci Review
Oh, Baci, how much I love you. I would rebuy you in an instant if my Ose 2 died - and that's saying something. Yes, "technically", you are an air suction vibrator joining the other leagues of other air suction vibrators out there. But I don't know what Lora DiCarlo put into you, but you're so, so, so different—and this is coming from the woman who's used 40-or-so of those air suction vibrators. I've tried the range, and YOU, my love, are my favorite by far.
In addition to the suction of the Baci, which is on par with your general air suction vibrators, the Lora DiCarlo Baci goes above-and-beyond. I'm terrible at reading product descriptions, so I had no idea "what" the above-and-beyond was until I looked at their marketing material. All I knew was that "holyshit, that's really, really good".
And it is.
According to their press materials, the Baci pairs the typical suction sensations with a rhythmic thrumming platform. Essentially, while that little clitoral air hole provides the suction, that entire platform that the hole sits on is constant reverberating. To be clear, it isn't vibrating. It's doing something entirely different, and I feel it down to my core in the most effortless level of pleasure I've ever had from an air suction vibrator. (Or, to be honest, ANY vibrator!)
Mindblowing is a 100% accurate term. It draws me to orgasm with overwhelming pleasure so quickly that I regularly have to pull it away from my body if I even want to attempt to enjoy more sensations from the g-spot half of the Ose 2. If I'm turned on, I'll orgasm with it touching me for more than like, 30 seconds. If I'm not turned on, it will make me orgasm anyway.
For a very clear example, I let my partner have the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2, and I told him just to focus on the clitoral side while he made out with me. He pressed it against me, and 30 seconds later, I was panting on the bed while he said "Holy shit, I've never seen you cum that fast in over 5 years. That was HOT."
That being said, the Baci isn't slim and portable like other air suction options. It is definitely a large, requires-a-whole-hand sized object. When that object provides the level of pleasure that the Baci does, I am not complaining—not in the slightest. But it is something to keep in mind. It's not likely to fit between bodies easily during intercourse in many positions where bodies are pressed tightly together.
The Lora DiCarlo Onda Review
If you're looking for a g-spot stroking sensation, you're going to love the Onda. The sensation itself (and its resulting pleasure) will really depend on how you like your g-spot stimulation. If you like a constant back and forth stroking on the g-spot, the Onda is going to be your new best friend. If you love to have a finger slipped inside of you for a come hither motion, again and again, that's 100% what the Onda replicates. It moves back and forth along its pre-made track - and allows you to control the speed of how quickly it makes that journey (to, again, replicate that sensation of someone doing the movement even faster as you get closer to orgasm.
If you're someone who prefers rocking or grinding for g-spot pleasure, you might not find the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2's g-spot pleasure area to be wide enough—or provide enough constant pressure. The toy doesn't slip in and out, and it doesn't "pound" against the g-spot; it makes a very precise, very specific movement. It isn't trying to be a pounder or a thruster; there are other toys like that (like the FunFactory Stronic series).
As someone whose g-spot fave is a rocking/grinding/pounding motion, I still get a lot out of the g-spot stimulation of the Onda. It isn't the usual stimulation that I crave, but it still very much hits the g-spot in a pleasurable way. Due to the clitoral "distraction" (which, I, uh, am totally okay with), I have yet to be able to have a g-spot orgasm from the Onda-side of the Ose 2, but I'm not sure if that's entirely because of the clitoral distraction—or just because this g-spot stimulation is not the type of stimulation that my insides really crave. I'm thinking it's the latter.
The reviewer from Sex Tech Guide, didn't have my same problem, though, and was able to enjoy blended orgasms with their Ose 2, saying: "the Osé 2 facilitates blended orgasms in a way that other toys, and even partners, haven’t been able to do previously."
Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 Review
Once you have both sides of the Ose 2 fit for your body (and honestly, I recommend dedicating 3-5 masturbation sessions purely to the "finding" of this fit because the process doesn't feel particularly erotic), the Ose 2 can be amazing. The two pieces work together swimmingly for an amazing orgasmic experience. If you like g-spot stimulation with your clitoral stimulation, you are in for a serious treat.
That being said, the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2's clitoral side is SO much more pleasurable (to me) than the g-spot side. I genuinely have to be careful about letting the clitoral side touch me too much because I'll just orgasm before I even really get to experience much of the g-spot side. The g-spot side is good, but it isn't really comparable to the "HOLY SHIT THIS IS GREAT" sensations of the clitoral side.
As mentioned, this, of course, could be entirely personal. I'm definitely a clitoral girl, and while g-spot stimulation is amazing when I have it, I'm just as content with clitoral-only orgasms. For me, though, the g-spot shaft feels good—and it's a great addition to my clitoral stimulation—but it isn't the "fireworks of amazing" that's necessary to compete with the "downright best stimulation to ever touch my clit" level that the clitoral side provides.
Because of this issue, I have yet to really get the "blended orgasm" that the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 is designed to provide (a clitoral orgasm and g-spot orgasm at the same time), but it does make my clitoral orgasms feel more full-body, and it's hard to argue with that. I'm still on the hunt for that super-perfect Ose 2 position that makes the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 effortlessly draw a blended orgasm out of me before I cum clitorally.
I have used the Baci suction part with the insertable portion straightened into a long "handle" for easy, lazy masturbation. It doesn't affect the pleasure at all to have the Baci "upside down" compared to its initial design. Honestly, this handle is actually pretty sweet, and I love using the Ose 2 like this. (It's not worth the extra cash of buying an Ose 2 just to have a handle on the Baci, but it is a weirdly fun treat that's made it possible to easily use the Ose 2 during intercourse with my partner inside while I enjoy the Baci-side of the Ose 2 without my hands getting in the way.)
You can also straight the clitoral portion "out of the way" and use the insertable part (the Onda side) as an insertable dildo if you'd like to forgo the clitoral pleasure and just enjoy the g-spot sensations.
Other Ways to Use the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2
Obviously, the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 was designed to be used as a rabbit vibrator style sex toy with both sides getting used simultaneously. That isn't necessarily the only way you can use the Ose 2, and while I covered it in the above information, I want to touch on it a bit more in case you're finding it hard to bite-the-bullet on an expensive toy like this that only "has one function".
The Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 can also:
- Be used with just the clitoral side alone. You can choose to make the "tail" of the clitoral stimulator go underneath the body instead of inserting it.
- Alternatively, you can use the clitoral side alone while straightening out the insertable end and using it as a "handle". The clitoral side can be used "upside-down" without much change in sensation.
- Using this clitoral side solo with the long "handle" can make the Ose 2 a wonderful penis-in-vagina intercourse pleasurer. While your partner is thrusting, you can enjoy intense clitoral vibrations with a toy that offers a long-enough handle that you can hold it in place pretty easily during most positions. (The clitoral side of the Ose 2 is relatively thick, so your sex position will need to provide a bit of room between the bodies.)
- Be used with just the insertable side alone. In a pinch, you can leave it turned off and use it as a thrustable dildo. The remaining side of the Ose 2 is a bit heavy, though, so this isn't really a good long-term, sustainable plan.
- Alternatively, use the insertable side alone and use the g-spot stroking function that's built into the Ose 2.
The Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 is not a particularly small sex toy. In fact, it's sheer size will probably make it one of the largest handheld toys you may have used. The insertable Onda portion's diameter and size isn't huge, but the entire Ose 2, as a whole unit, is noticeably larger than most toys. (That clitoral suction part has some size to it!)
Along with that, the Ose 2 does feel a bit "medical" in design. My "medical" is my partner's "look at this sci-fi sex toy!", though, so like everything in sex toys, it really depends on how you look at things. It isn't bright and colorful, though, and because of it, you end up feeling pretty darn surprised by how much pleasure this toy can provide.
The clitoral portion is the quieter of the two sensations. It has a deep, rumbly, thrumming sensation that you really don't get with most air suction vibrators. It's hard to describe the difference. My Womanizers sound like hollow, surface noises. The Ose 2's clitoral portion sounds more like a deep, thrumming movement that underscores that same hollow, surface noise.
That being said, it is noticeably louder than my usual air suction vibrators. It's not ridiculously so, but it is louder. The noise softens dramatically when the Ose 2's clitoral portion is pressed snugly against a body, but it still exists. The noise of the clitoral stimulator can be hidden through a closed door without too much effort as long as the Ose 2 is pressed up against the body.
Like most toys that use some sort of robotic movement, the insertable end is not particularly quiet. When inserted into the body, it definitely gets quieter, but it still has a bit of a "whining" mechanical noise that can be heard within the same room pretty easily. If you're trying to hide it from housemates, I definitely recommend turning on the TV or some music to a decent level, with some blankets over top of you, or it could be heard through a closed door.
Unlike most mechanical noises, the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 g-spot stroking motion has an inconsistent noise. It goes: movement, then pause, movement, then pause—over and over. It isn't the end of the world, but it doesn't allow the noise to entirely fade into the background as quickly as I've noticed other, constant-noise toys do like the Nexus Eclipse or Nexus Revo Extreme.
It usually takes me a minute or two of intentionally trying to focus on porn and not the toy in order to completely forget that it's there.
The Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 is a bit of a weighty toy, but at the same time, when the silicone toy is inserted into the vagina, the vagina takes on the majority of the weight, and you really don't notice the weight at all. Honestly.
Here are the physical specifications of the Lora DiCarlo Ose 2:
Total Length: 6.3"
Total Width: 2.9"
Insertable Length: 4.6"
Insertable Width: 1.3"
Clitoral stimulator dimension: 1.6" x 1.3"
Clitoral mouth dimension: 0.6" x 0.8"
Weight: 330g / 11.6oz
In addition, with a unique toy like this, the manufacturer does a great job of addressing potential concerns with using the Ose 2 and your unique body. It's safe for use with fully-settled IUDs, safe for use with a tilted uterus, safe for use with menopausal people, safe for use with genital piercings (as long as you have the OK for sexual activity!), and they even address using the Ose 2 as a trans man or trans woman.
How It Works
The Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 has a small control panel on the backside of the clitoral side. Having 6 buttons on a single toy might seem confusing at first, but honestly, you get used to it really, really fast. Like I mentioned on my Lora DiCarlo Filare review, Lora DiCarlo has done a fantastic job with making a comprehensive control panel that not only makes it easy to control the toy, but it also is surprisingly easy to use, despite looking so damn complicated.