Womanizer or cheaper Satisfyer? This is the question that “moves the internet”. But it’s not only on the internet that these two products are being discussed – a friend contacted me to advise her which one to buy. But what to advise her when I only have experience with one of them? The answer is simple – or at least the path to it 🙂 I bought the Satisfyer pro 2 and here we go for the review.
How does the Satisfyer compare to the successful competition?
The Satisfyer comes to you in a rather nice box. It certainly doesn’t offend as a gift, I thought … but when I opened it up, a transparent blister pack with a toy and USB charger “fell out” at me. At that point, it bbecame clear to me that this is definitely not one of those luxury toys, which puts emphasis on the packaging as well. But let’s face it – it doesn’t affect functionality.
The bigger disappointment, however, was that I didn’t find a case in the package, in which to store my Satisfyer so it wouldn’t just roll around in my drawer. I ended up keeping it in its original box (so it takes up too much space and is really impractical). Anyway, the packaging will be bought elsewhere.
Looking-wise, the Satisfyer is a hilarious piece
The golden colour really suits it. Also, it fits perfectly in your hand (at least mine). It has the center of gravity down, so it won’t move in your hand (if you hold the head up).
The silicone attachment is a bit worse – it only has to be put on in one direction. This wouldn’t be such a problem if it wasn’t so bulky! For me, you can’t do fine work with a poker, but Satisfyer probably thinks otherwise 🙂
The controls are absolutely simple – a total of 3 buttons: on/off, add and reduce intensity. You have a total of 11 intensities to choose from. But let’s be honest, do we need that many? I could do with fewer, because I already find the 3rd intensity level uncomfortable and the 4th even painful. So I didn’t even get to the higher ones, but when I tested them on my hand, I didn’t notice any difference from level 6.
I have no complaints about the controls – it’s perfectly fine 🙂 The other thing I like about the Satisfyer is the magnetic charger with USB plug. But I would like it much more if it could be plugged in both ways – now you have to hit it or the magnets will repel 😀
As I was gushing at the beginning about how great it fits in my hand, I found that when using it it’s a bit worse – because you hold it head down, so the centre of gravity is up. Moreover, the grip itself is not comfortable in this position either – the handle of the Satisfyer widens slightly and when you hold it head down, you have quite a wide area between your thumb and forefinger… this is not as comfortable and natural a grip as when you turn it over.
What about an orgasm?
It’s definitely not in two minutes… Actually, for me, it wasn’t at all (and I tried multiple times). I was distracted by the noise the Satisfyer makes, so I couldn’t completely relax. The other problem was the intensities – they are so unpolished for my taste. It’s fine for a while, then it gets pretty annoying.
So in summary
Not all gold glitters. I’ve tried not to compare the Satisfyer to the Womanizer completely, but when the Satisfyer directly claims it – it honestly doesn’t even come close to the Womanizer. I admit that if I only had the Satisfyer in my hand, I’d probably be satisfied. Anyway, there’s no if in history and I tried the Womanizer first.
So for me – if you’re choosing between the Satisfyer and the Womanizer, I’m going with the Womanizer. It’s more expensive (sinful money for some), but trust me, it’s worth it! You can’t skimp on your pleasure 🙂