Review: PicoBong Mahana

I’ve reviewed both the Kiki and the Koa from the new PicoBong line, but the one I really had my eye on was the Mahana.  It’s just so odd looking I wasn’t really sure what it was for.  Liberator was kind enough to send me one to review.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  In-ie
  • Manufacturer:  PicoBong/Lelo
  • Includes:  The Mahana and the PicoBong Die
  • Materials:  Silicone and ABS Plastic
  • Size:  4.5″ long; 1″ in diameter; 2.5″ wide
  • Price:  $69.95
  • Pros:  Semi-discrete packaging;  Interesting shape; Awesome silicone; Two motors creates an interesting vibration; Great for nipples; May work as a male stroker
  • Cons:  Has an odd sharp seam/edge;  Not very flexible
  • Intensity: 2.5/5
  • Volume: 2/5
  • Overall Rating: 3.5/5
  • Recommended: Yes, but a bit expensive

picobong mahana

The package

I’ve reviewed two other PicoBong toys so I’m not going to say much about the packaging.  The package for the Mahana is the same look and shape as that of the Kiki and the Koa.  The box color does match the color of the toy.  Since I got the black Mahana, it was near impossible to see in the background since it is basically the same color as the background.  So I suppose the black is the most discreet packaging, especially since it’s not bright and doesn’t stand out.

Like the others, the Mahana is made from two silicone heads that are connected by a plastic curve.  The silicone is super soft and doesn’t attract a lot of lint.  The plastic part is curved so that both heads are parallel to each other.  There is a bit of a seam between the silicone and plastic, so you may want to unscrew the heads and wipe them off.  I also noticed that the plastic edge sticks out a bit from the silicone and is a little sharp on the inside.  Aside from that, I would suggest using a bit of water-based lube with it.

picobong mahana

The Mahana

The plastic arm is a little flexible, probably more so than I have tried, but I’m cautious and don’t want to break it.  If you’re brave, you may be able to flex it enough to insert one end and rest the other on your clit, but I haven’t been able to do that.  The controls are the same as the Koa and Kiki and if you want to see more about the controlls check out my Koa review.  I did find that the Mahana is a tad stronger than those, but I think it’s mostly because it has two motors (one in each head).  Each head also has a separate control, which is annoying. I’ve also found that it’s rare for the two motors to vibrate identically, so there’s a bit of extra throbbing from where the vibrations are a bit off from each other.  I really like this.  Like the Koa and Kiki, I prefer to use this on my nipples, but with the Mahana it’s possible to pinch the nipple between both heads, which I really like.  I also think you could use this as a stroker for a male by sliding your cock between the two heads.  It would give just enough pressure too I think, but I don’t own a penis (a real one that is) so it is hard to say.

Overall, I think the PicoBong Mahana is a neat little toy, but like the Koa and Kiki, it’s a bit to expensive for my liking.  I know it has two motors, but I’m not sure I would be able to justify paying $70 for it.  It is a very unique shape that I haven’t really see anything quite like it, so you may feel that it’s more worth it.  I like it best for nipple stimulation and when I can find a willing living cock, I’ll try it out as a stroker.

*This review was sponsored by Liberator, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

1 comment to Review: PicoBong Mahana

  • Karen Blue

    Thanks for the great review! This is the one I really had my eye on as well. I have the Kiki, Koa and the IPO. I didn’t realize about the two side vibrating separately with different contollers, interesting.

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