Lora DiCarlo Onda — Take a look at & Evaluate

To be completely honest with you, I don’t think the Lora DiCarlo Onda will be making it out of my big sex toy box very often. The warm-up I have to do for it, combined with its fiddly controls, constant adjusting to find the right position, and loudness all makes it a bit too much effort for me to put in regularly. However, I also don’t think that’s necessarily a terrible thing. If you have the budget and love manual g-spot massage, whether with fingers or a dildo, the Onda could be a super pleasurable and special treat for you. Nothing says self-care like indulging in a luxurious sex toy, right?

About The Lora DiCarlo Onda

The Lora DiCarlo Onda is a g-spot vibrator that uses micro-robotics (yes, you heard right) to deliver powerful strokes and massage right to the sweet spot. It also 10 vibration modes, from teasing to intense, that buzz away next to your g-spot for twice the stimulation. Made from silky smooth, medical-grade silicone, the Onda is a luxurious and high-quality vibrator, but it also comes with a matching price tag.


  • ✅Four different stroke positions
  • ✅High-quality, body-safe materials
  • ✅Satisfyingly girthy shaft
  • ✅Waterproof
  • ✅Easy to clean


  • ❌Very expensive
  • ❌Buzzy and diffuse vibrations
  • ❌Non-intuitive controls
  • ❌Has a learning curve
  • ❌Short battery life

My Experience With Lora DiCarlo Onda


Let’s get it out there: the Lora DiCarlo Onda is the most expensive sex toy I’ve ever tried. In fact, I was actually a little scared to use it in the beginning! However, my intrigue overcame my fear. The Onda is a come-hither vibrator that delivers manual g-spot massage as well as vibrations, something that sounded way too good to miss. It uses the same robotic stroking technology as the famous Lora DiCarlo Osé 2, which I’ve seen gifs of many times, but never been lucky enough to try out for myself.

Where Are the Vibes?

This is not really a vibrator that you just pick up and orgasm with. For me, anyway, the shaft is too wide to just insert, so I had to warm up a bit beforehand. So, I spent a while familiarizing myself with the controls, and then turned on the vibes to use on my clitoris. The firm, tapered tip was great for this, but the vibrations were surprisingly buzzy, so I had to turn them up quite a bit. Weirdly, though, I also couldn’t find where the vibrations were coming from. The shaft seems to diffuse them a lot, so there isn’t a part where the vibrations are more intense.

A Case of Trial and Error

Now, the bit you’ve all been waiting for! The little nub that strokes up and down the shaft, which, by the way, looks 100% like a tiny alien trying to escape its silicone prison. It takes a bit of experimentation to find the best settings for you, and I’ve been scrolling through the different stroke positions quite a lot as I use it. Since you can’t actually feel touch inside the vagina, it’s hard to tell exactly where it is, and I didn’t have an incredible ‘aha!’ moment of it hitting my g-spot. However, it did eventually start to feel really good — better than toys that just vibrate! With a bit of added clit stimulation, I had some pretty amazing Os. I just wish it wasn’t so loud! The stroking mechanism is super noisy, and I think the gap in the shaft must create more resonance or something, because the vibes are loud, too.



The color of the Lora DiCarlo Onda is, uh, weird. But I actually don’t hate it! It certainly doesn’t scream sexy, but I do enjoy more neutral tones and designs in sex toys. The shaft has a tapered tip and a more girthy end, tapering down again towards the base. The base itself is round, and is also a stand. Then, finally, within the shaft is the robotic stroking mechanism, which is hidden until you turn it on.

Ease of Use


The tapered tip of the Onda does make it easier to insert, but you’ll still need some warm up, since the shaft gets bigger almost immediately. My biggest issue with this vibrator is the buttons. They’re on the base of the shaft, which wasn’t natural to me at all, and since there are four of them, they aren’t very intuitive to control. Since the Onda isn’t a toy I reach for very often, I’ve had to re-read the instructions quite a few times now. However, once you get into the groove, it’s not so bad.



Almost everything about the Lora Dicarlo Onda let’s you know that it’s a quality product. The silicone is silky smooth, it comes with a case and a bag, and the packaging is so luxurious (though more on that later). When you turn it on, both the vibrations and the stroking work perfectly, and feel strong and robust. However, the vibes are a little buzzy.



The price tag of the Onda is pretty staggering, but not that surprising. Lora Dicarlo is a sex toy brand known for creating innovative, high-quality and very expensive products, and the Onda is certainly no exception. While it’s not the most pricey in their range, it’s definitely on the higher end, which would work for me if this was an absolutely mind-blowing piece of sex tech. However, I didn’t love it, and for that reason, I can’t fully recommend paying its premium.



The Onda took some experimentation, but I have had some great fun with it. The vibes are definitely on the buzzy-side, and are quite diffuse. I like that there are lots of vibration speed settings and stroke patterns, though I generally stuck to the more intense ones. One important thing to note, though, is that this toy is LOUD. The higher vibration settings are fairly noisy on their own, but the stroking is like a whole other level of loud.



Lora Dicarlo’s packaging is so beautiful — I love it. I also feel a bit guilty for loving it, because there’s so much packaging that it feels a bit wasteful. It is recyclable, though. Once you take off the outer sleeve, the sturdy box opens up like an accordion, with the Onda in its case on one side. On the other is box containing a storage pouch (made from recycled ocean plastic), a USB magnetic charging cable, an instruction manual and a warranty card.

Materials and care


The Onda is made from medical-grade silicone, which means it passes the same strict FDA standards as silicone used inside the body, and ABS plastic on the base. Both of these materials are non-porous and body-safe. The Onda is also waterproof, and is easily cleaned with a mild, unscented soap and water. When cleaning, take care around the hollow stroker area, and be sure to get into the crevices where the silicone meets the plastic.

Specifications and features

Vibration speeds 10 
Vibration patterns 1 
Thrust Modes 4 stroke positions & 10 speeds? 
Length 7.7 inches
Insertable length 4.7 inches
Diameter (Widest point) 1.5 inches
Materials Silicone, ABS Plastic 
Waterproof Yes 
Battery Life 60 minutes
Rechargeable Yes 
Charging Time 120 minutes
Storage Bag Included Case + Bag 

Comparing Lora DiCarlo Onda with alternatives

Lora DiCarlo Onda
Rocks Off Ruby Glow Blush
Satisfyer Penguin
Fifty Shades of Grey Greedy Girl G-Spot Rabbit Vibrator
The Velvet Thruster Mini Teddy TX
The Snail Vibe
Overall score 3.9 / 5.0 4.5 / 5.0 4.4 / 5.0 4.7 / 5.0 4.8 / 5.0 4.8 / 5.0
Bedbible rating 3.5 / 5.0 4.0 / 5.0 4.0 / 5.0 5.0 / 5.0 5.0 / 5.0 5.0 / 5.0
User rating 4.3 / 5.0
from 35 users
5 / 5.0
from 1 users
4.8 / 5.0
from 2701 users
4.4 / 5.0
from 3477 users
4.6 / 5.0
from 7 users
4.6 / 5.0
from 48 users
Price High Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium
Design 90 / 100 90 / 100 80 / 100 99 / 100 90 / 100 100 / 100
Ease of use 70 / 100 80 / 100 60 / 100 100 / 100 80 / 100 100 / 100
Quality 98 / 100 70 / 100 80 / 100 95 / 100 85 / 100 100 / 100
Sound 80 / 100 40 / 100 40 / 100 20 / 100 100 / 100 20 / 100
Power 80 / 100 80 / 100 60 / 100 80 / 100 80 / 100 100 / 100
Buzzy/Rumbly somewhat rumbly somewhat rumbly neither really buzzy nor rumbly somewhat rumbly somewhat rumbly very rumbly
Vibration speeds 10 3 5
Vibration patterns 1 7 15 settings 5
Thrust Modes 4 stroke positions & 10 speeds? 6
Length 7.7 inches 7.4 inches 5″ inches 10 inches 10 inches 9.4 inches
Insertable length 4.7 inches 5 inches 5.5 inches 5 inches 5.5 inches
Diameter (Widest point) 1.5 inches Insertable: 1.5 inches Nozzle: 0.5″ inches 1.5 inches 1.5 inches 1.25 inches
Materials Silicone, ABS Plastic Silicone, ABS Plastic Silicone Silicone, ABS Plastic Silicone
Waterproof Yes Wand: Yes, Stand & Remote: No Yes Yes No Submersible
Battery Life 60 minutes 90 minutes 90 minutes minutes Up to 120 minutes Up to 120 minutes 60 minutes
Rechargeable Yes Yes Yes USB rechargeable Yes USB
Charging Time 120 minutes 90 minutes 2 hours minutes 2 hours minutes
Storage Bag Included Case + Bag No No Yes No
Remote Controls Physical Remote No
Travel Lock No Yes No
Colors Available Burgundy Black, Lilac, Mint Green, Red
Clitoral suction 11 speeds modes
Flexibility Rigid
Volume Quiet once against the body fl. oz
Adjustable Yes, shaft bends up to 30º
Width 1.4 inches

How to use Lora DiCarlo Onda

The Lora DiCarlo Onda isn’t your everyday g-spot vibrator, so here’s a quick guide to getting started with it…

Get Warmed Up

Depending on your size and your experience level, you might have to warm up a bit before inserting the Onda. Set the mood with some music, lighting and scents, and get aroused in whichever way works best for you.

Turn On the Vibes

When you’re ready, turn on the Onda by pressing and holding the logo button the side of the base until it lights up. Then, turn on the vibrations by pressing the + side of the vibration button on the base. You can start off low, and work your way up the speeds until you find what works for you.

Start the Stroking

Lora DiCarlo recommend that you don’t turn on the stroking function of the Onda until it’s already inside you. So, when you’re aroused enough, insert the Onda and then press the + side of the stroking button on the base. The more you press it, the faster the strokes will be. You can insert it deeper or shallower until you find a place that feels good.

Play Around with the Positions

You can also adjust the position and length of the strokes by pressing the small round button on the base. There are four different modes to choose from, so play around with them until you find what’s most pleasurable for you.


Does the Lora DiCarlo Onda vibrate?

Yes, the Lora DiCarlo Onda vibrates as well as strokes. You can choose between 10 different speeds, but beware that they’re a little buzzy.

What lube should I use with the Onda?

Since the Onda is made from silicone, you should only use water-based lubricants with it. This is because other lubes can interact with and damage the silicone, leaving it tacky to the touch and no longer body-safe.

What is a come-hither vibrator?

A come-hither vibrator, like the Lora DiCarlo Onda is a vibrator that moves in a way that looks like a finger making a stroking, ‘come hither’ motion in the vagina. They can either move their whole shaft, or just have a stroking function, like the Onda does. These kinds of vibrators are great at giving the g-spot an intense massage, which can feel intensely pleasurable.

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