When asked if I would like to try a Satisfier I was initially confused. Am I not the Satisfier? To which my partner laughed and said in the least convincing tone I have ever heard in my life “of course you are… you’re… great.” Instead of diving down that rabbit hole, I, instead will be reviewing two toys – the Satisfyer 2 and the Satisfyer Pro 2. I’ll be taking something of a backseat in this review as my partner was the one largely experiencing what the Satisfyers had to offer. So you may be asking “what is a Satisfyer?” Great question, fellow deviant. The Satisfyer is a clitoral stimulation device which does not work like your standard run of the mill vibrator, instead it functions by creating vibrating suction.
As always I’ll get the juicy specifications out of the way first so we can get into the good stuff.
The Satisfyer 2 (henceforth known as S2 for my sanity) is made of a soft white plastic body with hard plastic rose-gold buttons and head. On the end of the head, the clitoral suction tip is made of medical grade silicone. The total length is around 7” in height with the widest part of the handle measuring approximately 4.5cm, however it tapers down to the head as narrow as 2.5cm and to the battery compartment which is 2cm in diameter. The internal diameter of the suction head is roughly 2.6cm which is probably the most important measurement. The S2 runs on two AAA batteries, and is fully submergible as it is waterproof.
The Satisfyer 2 Pro is a completely different shape to the S2. Where the S2 is a slim, ergonomic remote control shape the Pro has a rounded handle which slims down near the buttons to fit your hand. The body is entirely comprised of hard plastic rose-gold, whilst the buttons and head are made of medical grade silicone. The Pro has a bright LED in between the power button and the speed controls just in case you somehow didn’t know it was turned on by the angry bee noises it makes. The body is nearly 6cm in length and nearly 5cm in diameter, and the head is a slim 1.6cm opening for suction compared to the S2’s 2.5cm. The Pro has a rechargeable Li-ion battery and magnetic charging capability meaning it too is fully submergible and the magnetic charger is included.
The Satisfyers function by creating suction on the clit, so it helps to use a little lube to create a seal. There are 11 settings on both and as far as we can tell they are the same 11 settings on each – ranging from a whisper to a roar. The motor in both when is use is relatively quiet, but when you break the seal the noise from the suction can be quite loud. Of course, in theory you should be able to use the Satisfyer quietly but it is easy in the moment to accidentally lift the toy and hear the loud suction noise.
The Satisfyer 2 and Pro 2 were very useful to enhance certain positions during sex, the L-Shape of the toys are perfect to hold them on the clit whilst not obstructing penetration, which is just swell. We found that they were best used in doggy style or cowgirl as any missionary/reverse missionary had the common problem of one of us being jabbed in the pelvis.
Cleaning is relatively easy with the Satisfyer 2 and Pro 2. It’s as simple as wet-wiping the toy after use. The fact the toys are waterproof mean they can also be submerged in warm water to clean, which comes in handy as the suction nozzle can be difficult to fully clean (though usually not much cleaning here is needed). The nozzle on the Pro can be taken off also for deeper cleaning and more can be bought if needed. Nifty.
So how do they shape up against each other? The Satisfyer 2 comes in at £35.99 which is a very good price for the build quality. When you hold the S2 in your hand it definitely feels like a premium quality product, even if the suction effect is a niche pleasure. The Pro on the other hand is £56.99 which is a very steep price tag for pretty much the same product bar rechargeability. In terms of pure feeling my partner says they are largely the same. Both have 11 settings with an almost indistinguishable feeling. My partner preferred the style of the S2 over the Pro as it looks very sleek and the colours are very well chosen.
Neat little battery compartment vs clippy cheerful charging point
When you put either Satisfyer alongside a bullet or a wand they don’t stand up to it in terms of straight up pleasure and orgasms, but when you always have steak sometimes you might want to try something else on the menu. The Satisfyer 2 is probably worth the money, I don’t feel there was much difference between it and the pro, and is it really worth £20 extra just to have something rechargeable? I struggle say the Pro 2 is worth the money but if you’re dead set on having rechargeable toys then it might be worth the £20 extra just for that.
Both items were sent to me in exchange for an honest review from Satisfyer, all opinions are my own. The Pro 2 is available from Lovehoney, while the S2 is available from Bondara. Bondara also has a large range of Satisfyer products available including the Pro 2.