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If you’re tired of using the same old vibrator and looking for something new, there’s one brand of sex toy that Mumsnet users recommend over and over again, and that’s Satisfyer.
Renowned for their air pulse technology, Satisfyer’s latest iteration of their popular vibrator boasts enhanced features, a fine-tuned design and brand-new Liquid Air technology that will make it feel like an extension of your body. The Satisfyer Pro 2 Generation 3 toy is the company’s fifth version of their classic air pulse toy design. And if there’s one thing Satisfyer understands, it's that there’s no need to reinvent the wheel.
In this review, we’ll cover everything from product details to our verdict on the effectiveness of this latest Satisfyer release that’s meticulously designed for clitoral stimulation. We’ll also compare it to other popular vibrators that Mumsnet users recommend - like Womanizer and LELO - and we’ll cover how easy it is to set up, clean, and maintain so you can make an informed decision before buying. In need of sex essentials while you’re here? Don’t miss our guide to the best condoms and the best lube.
So, if you're keen to explore suction-based, contactless stimulation or simply want to incorporate a new toy into your sex life, read on to find out why the Satisfyer Pro 2 is the toy for you.
If air technology isn’t your thing and you need something with a bit more oomph, make sure to check out our guide to the best vibrators, too.
Two different suction modes, Liquid Air and Pressure Wave
Waterproof for bathtime fun
Connects to the Satisfyer Connect app
Soft material and longer design for easy handling
Quite noisy vibrations when on highest setting
Rigid body isn’t flexible
Power button needs a little pressure to operate
No storage pouch included
RRP on writing: £39 | Material: Body-friendly silicone | Guarantee: 15 years | Settings: 11 pressure wave programs, five vibration speeds, seven vibration patterns | Waterproof: Yes, IPX7 | Power: Rechargeable via magnetic USB cable (included) | Special features: Extra cap included and Liquid Air technology | Suitable for internal use: No | Suitable for external use: Yes | Colours: Available in three
As an individual who prefers clitoral stimulation, I was somewhat sceptical when trying the latest Satisfyer Pro 2 Generation 3 toy. Despite its advanced features, which are specifically designed for clitoral stimulation, I wasn’t convinced that it would be strong enough for climax. And I’ll admit, it took some practice. I found that if you moved your position, you’d be back to square one as you build up the sensations again.
This new release by Satisfyer boasts the brand-new Liquid Air technology, as well as 11 vibration programs, two powerful motors as well as an additional cap that has a silicone membrane - designed to mimic pulsating waves. I’ll be honest, it’s not exactly something that turned me on. The thought of laying, legs akimbo, on a beach somewhere with water lapping against me.
But apparently, it works?
It's ergonomic design has an all-silicone body, unlike its predecessor
I wouldn’t go as far as saying it revolutionised my self-care sessions, but it sure added a few new sensations that were thoroughly enjoyable.
The design itself is rigid, but is soft to touch and longer in length, so it’s easier to hold against your genitals without having to get yourself into an awkward position that’s just asking for backache. Since it’s made of body-friendly silicone, I’ve also found it very easy to clean and maintain between uses. As for the vibrations - there’s quite a few settings to choose from, and the variety was appreciated.
Final thoughts: It’s easy to see why Mumsnet users are torn over the Satisfyer. In my opinion, it’s designed for quite a specific way of getting off. It’s very precise, and doesn’t cover a larger area, unlike some of the best wand massagers we’ve tested. However, where it lacks in clitoral coverage it most definitely makes up for with intense orgasms, once you’ve found the right spot. It just takes some getting used to and a bit of practice.
How we tested the Satisfyer Pro 2.0 Gen 3
Used several times over four weeks
Tested both in and out of the bed, as well as the bathtub
Used both suction caps for Liquid Air and Pressure Wave
Evaluating the Satisfyer Pro 2 involved assessing its design when it comes to clitoral stimulation - is the suction effective? Is it powerful enough for clitoral orgasms? Plus, I examined its ease of use, how easy it is to clean, its overall performance, noise levels, battery life as well as its design and material.
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Available in three colours, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 is certainly an upgrade of its predecessor. It’s unique design doesn’t scream sex toy. In fact, I agree with Mumsnet user ReginaTheEvilQueen when she says that it “looks kind of like what a doctor uses to look in your ear.”
I also made sure to evaluate its user-friendliness, waterproof feature, as well as its durability when in use, in storage and when travelling.
Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3: what's in the box?
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 vibrator
Two caps: Liquid Air and Pressure Wave
Magnetic USB charging cable
I was disappointed to discover that no storage pouch was included with the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3, but since it retails at less than £50, it’s unsurprising. There are, however, two caps included, which is this vibrator’s biggest flex: Liquid Air Technology and Pressure Wave Technology. Each cap is designed to offer different, intensified clitoral stimulation to help you achieve the strongest orgasm possible with ease.
Everything you need to get started - although, a storage pouch is missing
How easy is it to set-up the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3?
Setting up the Satisfyer Pro 2 is a breeze. With its intuitive design, getting started with this vibrator is quick and hassle-free. I appreciated how simple and user-friendly the set-up process is for the Satisfyer Pro 2, as it makes it easy to dive into pleasure without any complications!
It’s advised that you charge your vibrator for three hours before first use to prolong the device’s battery life. It wasn’t long, though, until testing was underway after unboxing.
How does the Satisfyer Pro 2.0 Gen 3 look?
Featuring a modem, elegant design, the Satisfyer Pro is one of the more appealing sex toys I’ve tested. Its sleek and ergonomic appearance sets it apart from other vibrators. Mainly, because it doesn’t really look like a vibrator. So, should your DC accidentally stumble upon it in your bedside drawer, you needn’t panic too much.
It’s available in three colours - I tested the violet version. The caps are white. Unlike its predecessor, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 is longer in length, and at 6.25 inches, it’s easier to reach places you want to stimulate. It’s larger than I expected, too, with a generous handle of around 4.5 inches. It easily fits in your hand, though, and thanks to its soft, body-friendly silicone, it’s a comfortable grip. The inside of the stimulation head is 15mm wide, and its lip measures 8mm across.
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On the material - Satisfyer products overall are crafted with high-quality, body-friendly materials. Which is why it’s unsurprising that the brand’s name and toys are frequently recommended on our sex Talk board as users trust their premium materials for intimate use.
What is the Satisfyer Pro 2.0 Gen 3 like to use?
Many are familiar with vibrators, like wand massagers, but suction toys are a whole new species of sex toy. For those who are unfamiliar, they’re toys that use internal motors - in this case, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 has two motors - which move an internal diaphragm back and forth. This creates a pulsating sensation when pressed against your clit, or your nipple, or wherever on your body.
These suction toys - or air pulse toys as they’re also known as - provide intense, but very direct stimulation to concentrated erogenous zones. So, it’s no surprise then that I found it a hindrance when I accidentally moved it from the right spot and needed to build momentum up again.
The Liquid Air technology is a silicone cap with a thin membrane
During use, the caps are equally as soft as the device itself, and I’ve found it very easy to clean and maintain during uses. The vibrator is tapered in the middle and as I’ve mentioned, longer than others I’ve tested, meaning it’s easier to hold and reach the right spots.
The button placement is great, and I didn’t need to bumble around trying to find them before and after using the vibrator. Although, I’ve found that the button needs to be held with a bit more strength than other toys.
Despite this, it is generally user-friendly, comfortable and effective in achieving the main goal. It's not intimidating in the slightest, and is generally on the quieter side when you’re using the suction/air pulse stimulation mode. For added intensities, the Pro 2 Gen 3 also offers vibration. However I found it did become noisier the faster the vibration. So, it might be one to use under the cover when in vibration mode, in my opinion. I preferred sticking to the suction mode.
Who does the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 suit best?
Thanks to the toy’s suction mode, you can choose powerful or gentle depending on your preference. This is particularly great at mimicking the sucking sensation of oral sex. So, if that tickles your fancy - this toy is a great way to achieve orgasm solo. The additional silicone mouth is the Liquid Air attachment, and has a thin silicone membrane over it, which does a superb job at replicating a sucking-licking sensation.
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Individuals who need a quiet experience in a crowded home, the Pro 2 Gen 3’s suction modes will do the job. Just avoid the vibrations!
Those who struggle with clitoral sensitivity, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 is a good toy to try. Plus, since it’s less than £50, the price is so low compared to other vibrators that it’s affordable - meaning, it’s a great one to buy if you’re figuring out what you like and what you want to buy.
The buttons include the new vibration settings, and integrates the on/off with the suction modes
Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3: how easy is it to clean?
Cleaning the Satisfyer Pro 2.0 is a breeze, thanks to its clever design and high-quality materials. The smooth surface and waterproof all-silicone body ensure quick and easy maintenance.
It’s recommended to clean your toy with a dedicated sex toy cleaner, but I’ve also found that good old fashioned soap and warm water does the job just as effectively.
It's worth noting here that the charging port remains the same as the previous Satisfyer Pro 2, and features two small metal charging pins. To charge the two, connect the charging cable to the Satisfyer Pro 2 Generation 3 and plug it into a USB adapter. A full charge approximately takes three hours, and provides one hour of playtime.
Finally, when using lube - which is recommended - you should choose a high-quality, water-based lube. Avoid silicone-based lubricants, as they could potentially harm the silicone material on the vibrator.
About the author
Rebecca Roberts is a writer, editor, and content marketing expert hailing from Leeds. Here at Mumsnet, she commissions, writes, and edits to bring parents content designed to make life easier. After birthing and breastfeeding two babies in two years, Rebecca knows first-hand how hard it can be to reignite intimacy. From condoms, to lubricants, to sex toys - she’s on a quest to find the best ones, with the help of Mumsnet user recommendations.
Beyond her role as an editor here at Mumsnet, Rebecca can be found balancing life as a working mum of two toddlers and when she’s not at her desk, you’ll likely find her at a local playgroup, in a nearby coffee shop, walking the dog, or hiding from her neighbour as she attempts to buy condoms during her weekly “Big Food Shop”.
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