Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation Review
Clitoral suction toys are probably the most popular style of sex toy on the planet right now. Following the success of the original Womanizer, other brands immediately hopped on its coattails and the popularity of air pressure stimulation products has skyrocketed.
One of the first and most prolific brands to take this concept and make it their own is Satisfyer, another German company with a slightly less cringe-inducing name.
However unlike its competitor, Satisfyer offers a wide variety of Air Pulse toys and have now branched out to dominate the industry with a vast catalogue of pretty much every genre of sex toy you can think of. Everything is body-safe silicone (apart from a few TPE masturbator eggs) and most are waterproof, USB rechargeable, extremely reasonably priced and they even offer an unbelievable 15 year warranty. I know, I raised my eyebrows too.
When offered any product from the site I had no idea where to really start! Following some suggestions from my contact I decided to take on the flagship product, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation.
Damn, thats a fancy box!
Readers will already know that I always like to mention a products packaging as I believe it can be an important part of the “new toy” experience. Dildo boxes covered in explicit photographs and cringeworthy or crass copy scare some consumers off and reinforce the stigma around sex toys and masturbation. The majority of products I buy or review here are in the, shall we say £60-£120 price range, and I feel for that kind of money on a luxury product, you want every bit of the experience to feel a bit special.
Considering their budget friendly price points, Satisfyer have really pulled out all the stops with their presentation. The box is thick cardboard with a magnetic cover with a branded pull ribbon that opens like a book to display the Pro 2 Next Generation in the clear plastic window. The hygiene seal is actually built into the box which you have to rip open yourself which ensures that your toy has not been tampered with. The graphics are colourful and playful, nothing to be embarrassed by here!
Fancy? Yes. Wasteful? Also yes.
Unfortunately there is a lot of unnecessary plastic, such as the tray the Pro 2 is nestled in – there are definitely cardboard options for this. I was a little dismayed to find that the USB charging cable and even the instruction manual came sealed in little plastic packets! Why?!
Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation
The Satisfyer Pro 2 is a really unusual design choice. It looks more like a digital medical thermometer than a sex toy. I don’t think it’s cute, but this is the design Satisfyer have stuck with through three releases of this particular model, so it must be here to stay! It is available in rose gold, a metallic lilac colour or the shimmery baby blue I selected here.
Given the price, I was unsure of what the build quality would be like but I’m happy to report that the Pro 2 is really solid and sturdy. It’s actually quite heavy but nicely balanced. The handle feels very comfortable resting in my palm while my index finger has plenty of room to control the buttons. While I initially balked at the Pro 2‘s inelegant shape, I have to admit it is beautifully ergonomic! Okay, Satisfyer – you win.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 has a three button interface and 11 levels of intensity. The power button is small and stiff, making it difficult to operate when I’m experiencing joint pain in my fingers or I’ve got long nails on! The + and – are nice and clicky and haven’t caused me any problems.
The head is made of very silky silicone and can be popped off for a thorough cleaning.
Charging is super easy. The charger is magnetic and the connection is strong, no complaints.
Tell me, how does it feel?
Well, as most folks know, I am a Womanizer stan and it would be impossible to write this review without a comparison, so I’m going all in and pitching the Satisfyer Pro 2 against my beloved Womanizer Premium!
A major difference between the two is the size and shape of the head. The heads on all Womanizer toys have quite a narrow, sharp rim, which truth be told if I over do it can get quite sore. The Satisfyer Pro 2 instead has a much thicker rim. While I find this dampens the sensations a little, it is easier to position and I suppose more comfortable during extended or repeated use.
The actual air pulse sensations feel a little different too. I was impressed to find that the Satisfyer Pro 2 matches the Womanizer Premium admirably power wise. Given the £100(!) price difference, this is a BIG fucking deal.
Up until a point, they feel pretty much the same (amazing). The difference is on the higher settings. I liken really good air pressure stimulation to a tapping feeling. The Pro 2 loses that quality only on its two highest settings which feel more like vibration, whereas the Womanizer Premium retains the tapping sensation that I’m so obsessed with.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 is also the quieter of the two. While I miss the Premium’s Smart Silence feature, the Pro 2 isn’t as obnoxious on its top setting so I don’t mind having to turn it off manually. It is discreet enough to use just under a duvet without drawing attention from outside the room.
I may have been denial for a while but… Guys, I love it.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is ridiculously good at what it does.
Yeah, I can harp on about their big name competitor all day, but can’t deny that Satisfyer have blown my mind with this quality at such accessible prices. I’m really excited to be able to recommend such a solid toy to my more budget conscious readers.
If you have yet to try an air pulse stimulator, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is now my #1 recommendation!
Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation RRP: £53.95
- Materials: ABS & Silicone
- Settings: 11 intensties
- Waterproof?: Yes
- USB Rechargeable?: Yes
- Powerful, easily holds it own against its competitor’s products
- Fancy presentation box, great for gifting
- Feels more like vibration on its top settings
- Unnecessary plastic in its packaging
I was kindly sent the Pro 2 by Satisfyer in exchange for this review.
This has not impacted on my views in any way and all opinions expressed are my own.
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