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WITH women becoming more confident and open about using sex toys, there's one name that keeps popping up time and time again - so I thought it was about time I tried it out and did a Satisfyer Pro 2 review . Qc3 0 Adapter
An external stimulator, the Satisfyer Pro 2 is an update of the Satisfyer Number One, with an improved, ergonomic shape and wider head to incorporate more of the clitoris for a fuller experience.
It uses 'Air Pulse' technology to create a wave like motion without making any direct contact with any delicate areas of your body for a gentler experience.
With a plethora of five star reviews, I put the lauded sex toy to the test to see if it lived up to the hype.
The first thing I noticed about the Satisfyer Pro 2 is that bells and whistles are not its selling point, it's about practicality and that's reflected in its packaging. It came in a simple black box which gave no hint as to what was inside which, for me, is always a bonus.
Once I'd taken it out of the packaging, my first thought was how un-sexy it looked. It's quite a clunky device, without absolutely zero reference to the fact that it is a sex toy - add some propellors to the front and it could just as easily be mistaken for a handheld fan.
However, I did like how simple it was, with just two buttons to control the vibration speed and to turn the toy on and off.
It also came with a magnetic charger which means no need to change any batteries, just plug it in and wait for the toy to charge up. Not only is that super easy for you and it's also good for the environment.
So after a pretty lacklustre response to the way this toy looked, it was time to test out the important thing - did it actually work?
The on button requires quite a firm press but once you've jumped over that hurdle, you'll be welcomed by a very subtle, gentle and quiet vibration speed. Personally, I found myself skipping through the first few settings as they were too gentle, but the fact you have the option gives it an edge over more expensive offerings.
I was surprised by the larger size of the circular head compared to other clitoral stimulators I'd tried but because of the Air-Pulse technology it made sense for it to be bigger as it meant firing up more of those super sensitive nerve endings.
There are 11 vibration settings, which are controlled by the click of the plus and minus buttons to increase and decrease the speed, which in turn, changes the way the toy feels. The first six or seven settings feel more like a repeated flick, whereas the top three or four speeds feel like a continuous vibration.
Ideally, it could do with a little more power because the combination of the larger head with the fast vibrations can make it harder to focus on an exact area. However, I found using a lighter hand was the key to success as the toy itself doesn't vibrate so less pressure meant the airflow was able to circulate more effectively.
A perfect use of the gentle settings is for the come down after you've reached your goal as it makes sure nothing feels too intense and you can enjoy the moment.
Off a two and half hour charge, the Satisfyer Pro 2 lasts through multiple uses, although it doesn't really give you too much notice if it's about to run out of charge.
But one thing this toy is really good at, is making sure nothing ever feels too intense or focused as the no-touch design means there's always a slightly removed element that some other toys don't offer.
Plus it's waterproof, so you can enjoy it in the bath or shower if you feel so inclined and you don't need to worry about causing any damage when you give it a clean (which is crucial).
One of the biggest selling points of the Satisfyer Pro 2 is its price point compared to other clitoral stimulators like the Lelo Sona or the Womanizer, which are both excellent as we noted in our full reviews, but cost £100 plus.
If you go directly through the Satisfyer website, it will cost you a still reasonable £59.95 but you can also buy it from Amazon for just £34.01 and that even includes free next day delivery. That's a bargain.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 is a rechargeable clitoral stimulator that uses Air-Pulse Technology to create vibrations that can be adjusted in speed using the buttons on the front of the toy.
The furniture of the toy doesn't vibrate or do anything to increase the chance of orgasm but it is easy to hold and designed in a way that makes using it as comfortable as possible.
The head itself directs the vibrations and this iteration of the device has been made to cover a larger area for extra pleasure.
It's incredibly easy and a crucial part of owning a sex toy because what we don't want is any nasty infections popping up down there due to a lack of proper hygiene and cleanliness.
All you'll need is a toy cleaner, which you can get for a few pounds from Lovehoney or Amazon, and some warm water.
Remove the silicone head by gently pulling it away from the device, wipe down with toy cleaner and then rinse with warm water. Easy.
The first charge can take up to eight hours - my advice, plug it in as soon as you get it - but after that its two and a half hours for a full charge.
Yes, the Satisfyer Pro 2 is waterproof meaning you can submerge it in water whether that's to use or to clean it.
You can buy the Satisfyer Pro 2 from the Satisfyer website directly, but Amazon usually has a better price with around 20 percent off.
I can understand the excitement around this product. It's a very affordable sex toy that is the perfect introduction to clitoral stimulators because it's easy to use and easy to maintain.
I would have liked it to have been a little more powerful, but it does truly get the job done with no frills or fuss which, personally, I like.
It holds its charge really well and the more gentle settings allow for you to fully relax into the post-orgasm bliss that everyone's hoping for.
Simple and comfortable to use, the Satisfyer Pro 2 is definitely going to be my recommendation for an affordable clitoral stimulator going forward. And a heads up, ladies - it should be yours too.
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