I was expecting to receive one of the Satisfyer products and was thrilled when I received three of the Satisfyer’s to test out. I received the Satisfyer 2, Satisfyer Pro 2 and the Satisfyer Pro Penguin. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to review them together and compare them to each other or to review each one separately. I decided to do each one on its own starting with the Satisfyer 2.
These touch-free clitoral stimulators use a “pressure wave” technology. In which the opening of the stimulator is placed on the clit or the area to be stimulated, to feel what seems like suction, but is really bursts of air. The higher the setting you use the more intense and more vibration you feel on your selected area. I think because of the oval-shaped head and the deeper area pushes the air harder, faster to the selected area.
I noticed that each box had two Hygienic Seals on them. One located on the edge of the box and the other was on the bottom of the box. A form of reassurance that the product has not been opened or used until I opened it for myself. On the sides of the box were the specs and general information about the device in several different languages.
Opening the box I found the Satisfyer 2 along with a booklet of instructions also in several different languages. The booklet is broken down into Functions/Use, Cleaning, Storage and Material, Troubleshooting, Disposal and Safety Information. There is some helpful & useful information in the booklet. Also if you have any trouble with your Satisfyer 2, there is an email provided. Something that made me wonder about was written under Safety Information and it states “Do not use the product to stimulate any part of the body for longer than 15 minutes.” WHY? What will happen if you do? How do they know it’s 15 minutes, might be 10 or 20 for someone else. But what happens???? I think I might be able to answer that, however let’s continue with this other information first.
The Satisfyer 2 requires 2 AAA batteries to use it. Batteries are inserted at the bottom of the product by twisting to the bottom section to the left. Insert 2 AAA batteries, place bottom back on, twist to the right and now all I have to do is turn it on.
The outside of the Satisfyer 2 is pretty straight forward. There is a circular power button and a long multi-speed power button with a + and – symbol on it.
Before I used the product I held it in my hand, turned it on & off. I assumed that the on/off button was just a simple push, it is to turn the Satisfyer 2 on, but you must hold down the power button for a few seconds for it to shut off. I noticed that the power button is slightly slanted. I’m not sure if there is on purpose, part of the design or if maybe I pushed it in too hard. If you look closely in the photo below you can see where the button is lower on one end than it is on the other. The power still works fine.
The + and – button control the intensity of the pressure wave or the vibration. It’s a steady vibration no different rhythms. When you start it you are on the lowest setting. This product has 11 different levels of intensity which are all pretty good. However if you have not used a product like this before it can be a bit intense in the beginning. I can have an orgasm within the first 10 minutes of using this product.
The volume level is a bit on the loud side. I placed it under a blanket on my bed and closed the bedroom door. Windows open, birds chirping and I could just hear a slight buzzing. When the device is wide open (highest setting) it sounds like a hedge trimmer or weed whacker or even a Dremel tool that is just idling.
I don’t like that I was unable to find a price on the Satisfyer website. However, I did find several varying prices through the internet. Anywhere from $49.99 to $29.98 and everything in between.
My Intense Orgasms
I didn’t have any expectations for myself or the product. I thought that because it’s battery operated that it might not last very long. However, so far it has lasted longer than I expected. I used it a handful of times at 20 minutes at a time with a middle to high intensity level and using the same batteries I put in there when I received the product.
I have never had such intense eye-rolling in the back of my head orgasms until I used this device. Generally speaking this device is fairly easy to use one-handed. I did use this device longer than 15 minutes as stated in the instruction booklet. After a while there was a slight burning tingling sensation. Not sure if that was part of the intensity but I rolled with it. It kind of reminded me when I used to go swimming and went to the bathroom immediately afterwards. There was that weird stinging sensation. The orgasms were super intense. I’m not sure if at one point I squirted or peed on myself. I am 99% sure I squirted. This is not the norm for me. At this point after having so many intense orgasms I really don’t care. I am never disappointed with my orgasms that I get when I use this device.
WHAT I DIDN’T LIKE ABOUT THE SATISFYER 2
- The device was not truly waterproof (Photos Below)
- The control buttons were uneven (not sure if that was intentional or done by me pushing to hard)
- Battery operated (2 AAA)
WHAT I DID LIKE ABOUT THE SATISFYER 2
- Easy to clean
- Removable silicone tip (Photo Below)
- Slim line design (easy to hold)
- Multi-speed (11 speeds, from very light pressure waves to very intense)
- Body safe
Recommendations & Conclusion
- The term waterproof implies that the product will not be destroyed, damaged if submerged in water.
- The IPX7 rating means that the device (should be) is protected from immersion in water up to 3 feet (1 meter).
Knowing now that this product has an issue with water entering the battery chamber, it would be my recommendation that when the Satisfyer 2 is used in the shower, bathtub or a time when water can enter that the batteries be removed as soon as possible after use. That the battery chamber be dried with a q-tip, dried as thoroughly as possible. Possibly stored upright in order for any excess water to drain out.
I noticed that when the bottom part of the Satisfyer 2 is secured, that there is a tiny lip that seems to be in place of an O-ring. Perhaps a clear plastic O-ring added to create a barrier in addition to that other lip already in the body of the product.
If the product is not used totally submerged in water maybe it should be dried with head of product down in order to allow any excess water to drain out and the silicone tip removed (and cleaned).
I would also suggest not using the control buttons while the device is being used under water. There is a likelihood of water leaking into the device while using the buttons.
My Satisfyer 2 still works after the batteries were replaced (with new ones) from being shorted out due to water exposure. The product continues to work as it did in the beginning, but for how long I not sure.
I will not say do not buy this product, because it is affordable. It does cause intense orgasms. I did enjoy using it, however I am always skeptical when a product says that it is waterproof, requires batteries or has any type of opening with the possibility of water exposure. The product can not truly be 100% waterproof.
I think that the Satisfyer Family needs to consider changing their waterproof claim.
Food for thought: The iPhone 7 has a IP67 rating which means that it is protected against dust & water. Yet water leakage is not covered under the warranty. And knowing what you know now after reading this review, ask yourself – Would you submerge the Satisfyer 2 under water intentionally?
[Disclaimer: I received this product at a discounted or complimentary price for reviewing purposes. This will not influence my opinion or experience of this product. The blog post may or may not contain affiliate links.]