Why am I broken? This is basically the question I ask myself every single time I was using the Satisfyer. I know, that I’m not actually broken. I know that everyone is different and what may feel good for one doesn’t always feel good for another. Yet, I still find myself asking this question internally every time I get the Satisfyer out, and every time I’m not (for want of a better word) satisfied.
This isn’t unusual for me because the Satisfyer works in a similar way to the Womanizer, another ‘oral simulation’ toy that everyone seemed to love – everyone apart from me that is. And this, again, seems to be the case with the Satisfyer.
OK, so the Satisfyer Pro 2 worked with contactless clitoral stimulation. Yes, contactless. How? I don’t know. Magic I think. Though, it’s magic for everyone else; I’m clearly just a Muggle that isn’t able to harness the magic within. You basically hold it slightly above your clitoris and it provides a sucking sensation. Basically, it works pretty much in the same way as the Womanizer does. But the Womanizer didn’t just not work for me, it also became quite painful to use. I don’t have that problem with the Satisfyer Pro 2.
One of the noticeable differences about the Satisfyer and the Womanizer (original model) is how it looks; the Satisfyer has more of an elegant look to it. Something that, IMO, the Womanizer did not. The Satisfyer is also cheaper than the Womanizer – at the time of writing this, it has a price of £54.99 at SexToysUK, whereas the Womanizer has a price tag of £95.00 for the original and £149.99 for the newer model.
The Satisfyer for me has a classier design and, not only does it look a lot better than the Womanizer, it’s also a lot more comfortable to hold with the ergonomically designed slim handle. Although I’ll admit the name ‘Satisfyer’ is a little cringe-worthy, it’s not even on the same scale as using the name ‘Womanizer’ for a vibrator – it doesn’t make me scrunch up my face in a judging way when I talk about it.
The problem for me is that I’m just not able to orgasm with it at all. It doesn’t work for me. While I definitely get the build-up, I get none of the release – which is a shame. I honestly think that these kinds of toys just don’t work for me.
I actually want to like the Satisfyer; it has the potential to feel really amazing for me. I have this slow build up towards an orgasm – but then nothing. I can’t seem to get past the build-up. I find myself constantly changing the speed to try and get myself there, but the orgasm never comes. It’s like orgasm-denial in the form of a toy instead of a Dom. Though, if it were a Dom doing it, I’d enjoy it a damn sight more than I do when it’s the Satisfyer denying me my orgasms.
I’m afraid I can’t tell you much more than that in regards to it. It looks nice; it’s USB chargeable and waterproof; you can change the heads (purchased separately); and it’s easy to clean. It’s also pretty damn powerful. Sadly, though, it just doesn’t want to work for me.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 is available from Sextoys UK – Use the discount code BLISS10 for 10% off your basket price.
This item was sent to me from Satisfyer in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Affiliate links have been used within this post.