The We-Vibe Sync 2 and We-Vibe Chorus are revolutionary in terms of the capabilities and stimulation that they can provide.
While they are much alike in many aspects, they are also quite different in other areas.
Are you looking for something new and exciting to spice up your time alone or with a partner?
If so, these adult sex toys may be precisely what you want.
Please keep reading to learn more about what each has to offer and how they compare to one another.
In terms of design, the We-Vibe Sync 2 and the We-Vibe Chorus are very similar.
Both are hands-free clitoral and G-spot stimulators. Both are powerful and generate a very similar vibration.
Both are also designed to fit your body comfortably while being used during sex. Both partners can experience the vibrations and contribute to intense orgasms.
Regarding adjustability, there is only one adjustable joint in the We-Vibe Sync 2 and two in the Chorus.
That means the Chorus is easier to customize and fits your body better without having to reposition or readjust.
Both allow you to use them hands-free, which is also fun for wearing in public under your clothes.
The overall design of both products is ideal for most women. However, the Chorus is more intuitive and offers a better fit.
The winner in the design category is the We-Vibe Chorus.
It has a slightly better fit and adjusts to more angles for more comfort. The Chorus also has a lower profile.
That means it will be less noticeable if you want to wear it under your clothes.
You won’t need to worry as much about it falling out, especially if you wear tighter-fitting underwear.
Intensity and Settings
The intensity of both toys is pretty high. The motor makes rumble vibrations felt deep in the tissue to give you more intense orgasms.
It’s worth mentioning that the texture on the We-Vibe Sync 2 may be beneficial for some, but I warn that it may be uncomfortable during rougher thrusting sessions.
You can use lube, but it may or may not make a difference for some more sensitive people.
The Chorus has a slightly better outer covering that doesn’t rub as much.
The more customizable adjustments also help you position it to where the vibrations are happening, just where you want them to hit without rubbing too much.
Ten different settings on the Sync 2 make it easy to find a pattern ideal for your stimulation needs.
There are more options for the Chorus with the app. One thing the Chorus has that the Sync 2 doesn’t is a squeeze remote.
The squeeze remote was designed to allow you to create a natural response to stimuli. The tighter you squeeze the remote, the more intense the vibration becomes.
The Chorus also provides you with three settings and touch sensors located on the toy itself. It can detect your body and its reactions and adjust accordingly.
The clear winner between the Sync 2 and the Chorus is the Chorus. I feel like you get more options and intuitive stimulation options.
Between the squeeze remote, the app, and the sensors, the Chorus can deliver a more customized experience and a more comfortable experience overall.
App and Remote Controls
Both the Sync 2 and the Chorus have a phone app. However, many report compatibility issues with iPhones when using Sync 2.
That can be a huge drawback for many people, especially for public or long distance play.
When it comes to the Chorus, however, it features new technology that allows it to maintain a stable connection.
AnkorLink ensures you get a reliable experience without the inconvenience of having to stop what you’re doing and mess with the app while trying to reestablish a connection.
Both the Chorus and the Sync 2 have remote controls.
These controls make it easier to change settings and adjust the sensations and speed while you’re using the toy. It’s more effective than using the app only.
The remote for the Sync 2 has a reach of three meters. The remote is a standard button-style device that allows you to change speed and pattern.
The Chorus has a squeeze-style remote that is more intuitive than the Sync 2. Both of the remotes have the same function.
However, the Chorus feels nicer on the hand and is a bit larger, so it’s easier to keep track of it when you’re using it in the bed.
The Sync 2 and Chorus remote controls both have the same features. They allow you to let you or your partner control the stimulation speed and pattern if you choose.
However, the clear winner in terms of remote control is the Chorus, as it offers better connectivity and a larger, more comfortable remote.
Wearability and Usability
The Chorus is comfortable for most women if they plan to use it stationary or during sex with their partner.
However, there are a few things that you need to consider if you plan to wear the device. Tight underwear is a must to keep the device close to your body.
Still, it may give you away by creating a bulky protrusion near the crotch portion of your panties. There’s no real way to disguise the bulge unless you wear baggy pants or a loose-fitting skirt.
However, there are better toys for wearing in public, but if you want to give it a try, I suggest the We-Vibe Sync 2. It is nearly silent compared to the Chorus.
On the other hand, the Chorus fits much like the Sync 2. One difference is that it is designed to fit more securely, so you don’t need to keep repositioning it.
In most instances, I think you’ll be able to set it to your ideal position and leave it there.
The We-Vibe Sync 2 also has ten intensity levels for versatility, but the Chorus has three times the power for more stimulation.
You may also want to beware of intense stimulation with the Sync 2 if you have sensitive skin. There are ridges or ripples on the toy that can catch and irritate skin for some users.
The winner for wearability and usability is the Chorus. It delivers more possibilities and a smaller profile.
It also doesn’t have ripples that can irritate sensitive skin. If you want to try using it while on the go or in public, it’s nearly silent.
You can also experiment with the settings that work best for you.
Both the Sync 2 and the Chorus are waterproof, which allows you to have more use options.
They both have IPX7 technology that allows you to safely use your toy in the shower or the bathtub without worrying about it getting damaged.
This also makes it much easier to clean both toys.
So, why am I mentioning the waterproof feature? It’s because the Chorus has a remote that you can use to control the intensity of the vibration.
That remote isn’t waterproof. It’s only splash proof, which means you can submerge it in the water without damage.
You can get a little water splashed on it or use a damp cloth to clean it, but be sure you don’t forget to leave it outside the shower or bathtub to avoid damaging or ruining it.
The winner is Sync 2. Why, may you ask why I chose the Sync 2 instead of the Chorus?
It’s because you may forget yourself in the heat of the moment and drop or drag the handheld remote into the water.
That could spell disaster. If you only use Sync 2, you don’t need to worry about ruining your device.
For that reason, if you plan to use the Chorus, be sure you’re vigilant around the water.
Both the Sync 2 and the Chorus charge via a USB cable. While the Sync 2 does tend to charge fairly quickly at approximately 90 minutes, it has a run time of around 120 minutes.
The Chorus has a 120-minute charge time with a run time of approximately 90 minutes, giving the Sync 2 an advantage in terms of charging speed and run time.
The big difference here is that the Chorus can hold a charge for up to 90 minutes, which is almost double what the Sync 2 can provide in most instances.
Be mindful that charging times can also be affected by the way you’re connecting to a power source. If you have a direct wall outlet connection, your charging time will be faster.
If you use the USB port in your computer or electronic device, it usually takes considerably longer to achieve a full charge.
The winner for the charging category is clearly the Chorus.
If you want to travel, I highly suggest charging the Sync 2 fully and being mindful of additional charging times while you’re away.
You wouldn’t want to get into private time with your partner, and your toy charge dies. You get more bang for the buck when it comes to your Chorus holding a charge.
You’ll be far less likely to need to charge on the go, and if you do, the charge is going to last longer.
The exterior material of the Sync 2 and the Chorus are the same and intended to be comfortable.
But rubbing can make your experience uncomfortable in some instances. You’ll need to become familiar with the material and the raised features of the silicone.
The design of the exterior is also more streamlined with the Chorus. The Sync 2 has a wider area between the two arms.
However, that space can allow the toy to move and the exterior material to rub you the wrong way.
Both toys have easy-to-reach, intuitive control features on the external portion, where you can easily change patterns without having to stop to fumble with the controls on your phone.
The winner is the Chorus when it comes to the exterior. The comfort is more pronounced in the Chorus due to its ergonomic design.
It fits better to the natural curves of your body, which prevents the silicone exterior from rubbing you in some sensitive areas.
If you want to ensure a comfortable experience, I would definitely suggest the Chorus.
Overall, I would say that the Chorus is the winner overall.
It has many upgraded features, and the design is much more intuitive. If you’re looking for a customized experience, it has much more to offer.
You can adjust the positions and control the intensity with the handheld remote while also allowing your partner to control the device via the app.
You can also wear this device in public without being bulky or uncomfortable. The Sync 2 is a good toy but doesn’t measure up to the Chorus.
I would like to mention that both toys are quality and can be a great asset to your intimate time with a partner.
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