The packaging of the Cayona falls under the standard wrapping that I’ve come to expect from Fun Factory. It’s pretty simple and understated, but there’s something quite nice about that in my opinion. The front of the cardboard sleeve contains an image of the product and underneath a gold box is revealed that houses the vibrator, charging cable and user manual.
It is made from 100% medical-grade silicone which is entirely body-safe and free from things such as phthalates and latex. It is completely odourless as-well as being hypoallergenic, non-toxic and non-porous. The silicone is smooth to the touch, thanks to the luxurious, soft matte finish and this makes the product extremely pleasing to the eye. It has quite a bit of drag to it, as most Fun Factory products do, so keep the water-based lube on hand and don’t afraid to be generous with the application. It also is a very strong target for cat hair, dust and lint. Luckily, the Cayona is fully waterproof so rinsing before each use is no problem and cleaning afterwards is convenient.
Before I could use this product, a full charge was necessary. To do so, simply plug the USB into a port and attach the other end of the charger to the magnetic points on the base of the toy. The Fun button flashes when first connected and the remaining buttons then flash until turning to a steady glow once the charge is almost over. A flash of the Fun button at this point will indicate the battery is completely charged.
The user manual recommends eight hours for the first charge and six to eight for the charges that follow. It might seem like a long time, especially when you’re impatiently waiting to try it for the first time, but I think it’s worth it. It has a great charge to play time ratio, offering up to four hours. of use each time. I’ve found it to be just over three hours when using consistently on the highest intensity.
After several hours of drumming my fingernails against my laptop in anticipation, the Cayona was finally ready. It operates via the familiar three-button control panel which consists of a fun button and a plus and minus. The fun button turns the toy on and off, the plus button increases the intensity and scrolls through the various settings and the minus cycles back down the settings and decreases intensity. There’s also a travel lock feature which can be activated by pressing the fun and plus buttons at the same time and deactivated by pressing the fun and minus button.
I am rather fond of the vibrations that this toy to offer and they feel similar in strength to the vibrators in the G5 line. Out of the six intensities it has, I feel that settings one through four are rumbly whilst the fifth and sixth begin to get buzzy. I need the power of the top intensity, but the buzziness does kill the mood a little for me. It’s fine for internal stimulation, but anything external on these settings is a little off-putting to me.
I feel that the vibrations are strongest in the tip of the shaft, but they do seem to travel well throughout the entire toy. The Cayona also has six patterns, all of which have a nice amount of power to them, although they don’t do anything for me as I’m more of a constant vibration kinda girl.
I have used this product possibly fifty times now, as I’ve had it for several months, but I still haven’t been able to make use of the two points of contact simultaneously. It’s a great toy for g-spot stimulation and clitoral play respectively, but both at the same time doesn’t work for me. It has four inches of insertable length and I’ve found I need to use it all to hit the right spots internally, which leaves the small nub at the bottom resting below my clitoris, rather than on it. I think this is part of the common ‘we all have different anatomies’ problem with dual stimulators rather than a fault with the product, although an extra inch of insertable length might have made it more accessible. I think it could work well as a dual stimulator for those who have a clitoris that’s in close proximity to their opening.
The Cayona’s head is perfectly designed for g-spot stimulation and I think it carries it out very well. I haven’t been able to reach an orgasm with this on its own though and I think that’s because of the squishy tip. I need pretty firm pressure and I don’t quite get enough with this toy. I do think the sensations it provides internally are pleasant, but for me, they’re not groundbreaking. I can achieve blended orgasms if I add a clitoral vibrator into a session but I wouldn’t use it without one as I have better toys for the job. I get on much better with the texture and firmness of the Moody for example.
I think the Cayona would be great for someone who’s looking to explore g-spot stimulation. It’s not rigid, so won’t be too intense for a first-time player or highly sensitive spot owner. It doesn’t have a whole lot of texture or dramatics to it either, which keeps the look and feel friendly. If a person is new to penetration then some warm-up may be required as this has 4.7 inches of girth at its widest point, but I think it will be manageable for most with a good serving of lube. I’m not sure that it will be mind-blowing for the more experienced player, but it’s certainly not a bad toy. It’s ideal for people who want to try out dual stimulation as it can be used for each pleasure point separately if things don’t work out, unlike many rabbit vibrators where the clitoral arm gets in the way.
Overall, I’d recommend this to people who don’t have much distance between their clitoris and vagina, who don’t want anything phallic and/or want to give g-spot stimulation a trial. I have to rate this with three stars because it didn’t work as intended for me, but I do think it could be an incredible toy for the right person. If you want something a bit smaller, then the Pearly might be better for you and the Moody may be better for those who want something bigger or textured.