Running through a field of blooming sex toys, I came across this small, insertable chunk of pastel sunshine. ‘Floral’ in shape, Cayona is exceedingly simplistic in its appearance and design.
I suspect this vibrator would be great for those just beginning insertion, or who are not totally comfortable with insertion, due to its short, small stature, slight curve, and what I realized was a hardly detectable texture. This is a vanilla bean dressed in yellow, and much like the poppy, this simple device has a means of putting me to sleep with its featureless characteristics.
Material and Appearance
Back in the day, Fun Factory was infamous for its gritty, grabby silicone. While still grabby, the newer toys, including Cayona, have a smoother, softer silicone, comparable to a waxy flower petal.
Speaking of which, Fun Factory’s website states Cayona is a flora-inspired vibrator. By ‘flora’ I’m guessing they went with Georgia O’Keefe’s interpretation, which is to say, ‘vulva.’ Feast your eyes on the delicate curve of the labia, the round button tip of clitoris, the shallow crevice dividing the toy in half.
To add their own personal, quirky touch, Fun Factory made this Cayona look like banana-flavored Laffy Taffy.
Vibrations and Controls
A note on the buttons, as mentioned several times previously: I. LOVE. THEM. Distinct bubbles of light, easy to find with lubey fingers, easy to press, easy to memorize their various functions. I absolutely loathe the raised silicone etchings of vibrators like those on the Nova. Too many buttons, barely distinguished from the surrounding surface.
As for the vibrations, my vagina has a soft spot for Fun Factory. The 6 speeds and 6 patterns provide a good variety, and aren’t buzzy enough to annoy my vagina, or powerful enough to scare it. My vagina is not a power queen, and Cayona provides sensations that fit right into my comfort zone.
Fun Factory includes some great lock settings on its vibrators, making them good travel buddies, and easy to hide because no one will hear a mysterious vibrating caused by a shift in objects. To use this feature, press and hold FUN and – until the button lights flicker and the toy vibrates. Unlock the fun by pressing and holding FUN and + until the thunder and lightning show previously described.
After charging, the Cayona will be automatically locked. When trying to turn it on, the vibrator will remind you which buttons are used to unlock, as FUN and + flash their lights.
This vibrator is beautiful; it has many excellent features. However, I find that it’s bad in bed.
There is no texture to this toy. The vulva shape provides a landscape for the toy, but this is hardly if at all felt in use. The modest arch, short stature, and almost paltry circumference left me with boring experience and dull orgasm. There are no waves to rub my g-zone, and the tip jabs uncomfortably at my insides.
It just feels so damn uninteresting.
Cayona comes in Candy Green, Candy Blue, Candy Rose, Candy Lemon. Get it for $99 from Fun Factory. I bought this toy, and based this article on my personal experiences.