Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation Review
By Pleasure Panel reviewer Crimescene
This has to be one of the hardest reviews I have ever written. I’ve written a fair few in my time, mostly on adult toys, but never has one challenged me so much as this review for the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation.
The ‘Next Generation’ part is important to point out. Originally I didn’t take any notice of it and on reading other people’s reviews of the Satisfyer Pro 2, I was confused when they mentioned there was not a button to take you back to the previous setting. I had already used the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation and knew that on this one, there was indeed an up and a down button that allowed you to flick between settings. That appears to be the only difference I have noticed between the Next Generation model and the Satisfyer Pro 2 model.
For the record, I don’t normally read other people’s reviews on the toy I am currently reviewing until after I have reviewed it. As I have already said though, I found this review particularly hard to write and therefore needed some inspiration.
I was over the moon to be selected to review this toy for the Pleasure Panel. For a long time now I have had my eye on the Satisfyer range, opting for it over the similar Womanizer range. It’s not a particularly pricey toy as far as sex toys go, retailing at around £70 on most websites, but it’s money I don’t have and would not have for the foreseeable future. Admittedly, I think £70 is a lot of money but I am perfectly aware there are much more expensive sex toys out there. Generally you get what you pay for.
So after repeatedly exclaiming my thanks to Cara (and probably harassing her a bit with it in my excitement), it finally arrived. Discreet and safe as ever. I knew it would need a full charge before using and usually this is for longer than it would normally take to charge, so I immediately broke the hygiene seal (which I was really pleased to see) and put it on charge.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation has magnetic charging pins. The USB lead simply attaches to the magnetic pins in quite a sturdy fashion. I have decided this is my preferred method of charging. I’ve heard people complain about magnetic charging pins but I think they are a really good way of ensuring the toy is waterproof. To be honest, I am not a fan of silicone plugs that cover charging ports to make a toy waterproof. They don’t stay in very well and make me nervous when cleaning or using the toy in water. When the charging lead is USB I usually plug it into my USB mains adapter rather than my laptop.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation came with an instruction manual which informed me the initial charge may take up to eight hours, which is pretty much what I left it for. Usually it will take only two hours to charge. The manual is clear and informative, providing details on cleaning, charging and using your Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation.
To use the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation, you hold the small button to turn it on and off. It starts on the lowest ‘suction’ level and you can use the arrow buttons to increase or decrease the settings. It’s best to place the oval head over your clitoris before turning it on to ensure it is in the correct position. You may also use a little water-based lube on the head if required, but not silicone lube as it will damage the silicone head. I found that too much water-based lube prevented the head from forming a proper seal so I recommend only using a tiny bit.
This is where my review becomes harder to write. Did the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation make me orgasm? Yes, only once. Believe me, I have tried to orgasm with it on many separate occasions. The main problem was I kept becoming overly sensitive after a while which made me need to stop. Yet the lowest setting wasn’t always enough for me. You see my problem?
Over the years I have discovered that I am perhaps more sensitive in that area than others so I shouldn’t be particularly surprised by this. I know the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation has become very popular and I can see why. It just didn’t live up to my expectations sadly.
That being said, the sensation it did deliver was extremely pleasant. A few times I happily laid there with it on a lower setting and just enjoyed the sensation it delivered. It didn’t necessarily make me orgasm, but it made me feel really good and that in itself is almost as good as orgasming in my opinion. On these occasions I was not left frustrated and upset that I couldn’t orgasm. I felt relaxed and happy which meant an awful lot to me.
To clean the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation I removed the silicone oval head, sprayed it with toy cleaner and then washed it thoroughly. To remove the head just carefully pull it off the ABS body. It is recommended you clean it after every use as there are a few nooks and crannies that could potentially hide body fluid, lube and bacteria. It being completely waterproof you can wash the ABS plastic body if necessary.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is an innovative toy in my opinion. I know innovative is an overused word in this industry but it is an accurate description here. The use of suction is so different, it really is a breakthrough to new realms of sexual pleasure. Whilst it didn’t live up to my expectations I fully realise that is probably due to my over-sensitive anatomy and I wholeheartedly believe it would be incredible for most people.
Quite simply, if you struggle from over-sensitivity like I do then it is probably not for you!
That being said, I still found it extremely pleasant to use and I will definitely be using it regularly when I need to just feel damn good in myself (no pun intended, honest!). That is why I am giving the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation an 8/10.
Thanks again to Cara for letting me see for myself what all the fuss is about!
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Thanks to Pleasure Panel reviewer Crimescene for this review of the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation was sent free of charge, in exchange for a fair and honest review by the Pleasure Panel, by Satisfyer Sex Toys. Thank you! 🙂
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