It has been awhile since I have had a Satisfyer product reviewed on my blog, but they certainly haven’t gone anywhere in all this time. I reviewed the first Satisfyer product, the Satisfyer Pro 2, a year ago now after the huge craze of the very similar Womanizer toys. Back then this suction technology was still a novelty, and the far cheaper Satisfyer Pro 2 made it more accessible than ever before. Personally I adored the toy, and it still remains one of my favourites, coming in at Number 3 in my Top 10 Toys of 2016 lineup. A few months after my review, Satisfyer, riding their wave of success, launched four new toys to sit alongside an upgraded version of the Pro 2. These toys all had different designs and features to allow for variations between the products, as well as some more budget friendly versions, and I was lucky enough to check them out at Sexpo in November. Out of the four toys, the Penguin design was the by far the most popular, with its adorable design winning numerous awards. Where were my reviews of these items? Lost in the mail it seems sadly, as Satisfyer did send me a review box for them that never arrived. But now it’s 2017, and Satisfyer are back with Next Generation versions of all their products. Thanks to Nikki Darling I’ll be reviewing the new Penguin Pro today, and seeing just how far Satisfyer have come since my last review.
If I had to name one sex toy that was all the rage back in 2015 when I was still a newbie reviewer, it would definitely have to be the oral sex stimulator the Womanizer. This unique new sex toy that created a suction feeling around the clitoris in order to give off the feeling of cunnilingus put sex toy reviewers in a frenzy, with it being unanimously loved for its exceptional oral sex stimulating and orgasm skills, while also being hated for its name, cringe-worthy designs, and price. Since I was still starting up when it came out I never got the chance to try it despite being a lover of all things clitoral stimulation, plus it was far too expensive for me to buy personally. This year, however, saw the launch of the Satisfyer Pro 2, a cheaper and more stylish looking product (although still a slightly cringe-worthy name) that mimicked the technology used on the Womanizer. With its much more reasonable price I patiently waited for it to arrive in Australia so I could buy one for myself and finally find out what all the fuss was about, but I was lucky enough to be contacted by Mimi De Luxe first and asked if I would like to try one when the first shipment came in.
I’m not really an internal vibrator kind of girl. Maybe that is because I only own one (way to discredit something without trying it properly, Grace), but I just don’t really see the appeal to it. I just like having something vibrate my clitoris while something else thrusts inside my vagina, it’s nature’s magic combo after all. But if you imagine the sex toy market without any internal vibrators you are really just left with dildos for internal stimulation, and while dildos are absolutely great and do come in a huge variety of shapes, sizes and textures, you’re kind of left wanting something more. So when I heard about Fun Factory’s line of Pulsators, a vibrator-looking toy that uses magnets to thrust back and forth inside you, I was hooked and have been eager to get my hands on one ever since.It was as if they read my mind and made the perfect toy for me! I was lucky enough to receive Fun Factory’s first Pulsator toy, the Stronic Eins, from my site sponsor Cupid’s Cupboard this month for review, so head over to their site to see what I thought!
I received this product in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.