Lelo's sex toy sale is a whopping 80% off, just in time for Valentine's Day

Stock up for your big V-Day plans

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Talk about the best Valentine's gifts for both you and your partner: just in time for the romantic holiday, Lelo is hosting a major sex toy sale, with up to 80-percent off a wide range of pleasure products. That's a spicier stay at home date idea than just sitting on the couch and perusing what's coming to Netflix for the gajillionth time, eh?

Among the deeply discounted options are various types of vibrators, such as the sleekly designed Alia handheld vibrator (marked 50-percent off from $139 to $69), the best-selling Sona Cruise clitoral massager (bumped down $20 to $79) and several app-controlled vibrators for both women and men, such as the fleshlight-style F1S Prototype male sex object, currently priced at $126.97 with a 25-percent discount.

Want to boost your bedroom routine even further? Lelo is offering a selection of bundles for the sale, like a "Couple Play" bunch, which includes the Tiani 3 Cerise massager, the Tor 2 vibrating cock ring, a 36-pack of Lelo HEX condoms, and a water-based personal moisturizer—together a $375.80 value that you can get for $229 during the sale. 

Lelo makes some of the best reviewed sex toys on the market, not to mention some of the most high-tech, from smart wand massagers to sound-responsive clitoral vibrators. (Yes, that means you can time your orgasm to the beat. Technology, am I right?)

And there's no better time than February 14th to test some of them out, whether you're snuggled at home with your significant other, looking for long distance relationship tips to add a little zest to those date-night Zoom calls, or you're happily single and simply in a "treat yourself" mood. Peruse the sultry sale options over at Lelo—you're sure to find something to spark your fancy, if you know what we mean. 

Christina Izzo
Christina Izzo

Christina Izzo is the Assistant Managing Editor of My Imperfect Life. 


More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York


When she’s not doing all that, she can probably be found eating cheese somewhere.