To borrow from a classic movie scene: ‘Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!’
Or should it be ‘suck’ in this instance?
Either way, it seems that every time I’m done reviewing the latest suction-based sex toy a new one is launched, as if to mock me with its existence.
Not that I can say I mind; truth is I’ve loved suction-based toys ever since I had my first orgasm with the original Womanizer (an orgasm that came in under a minute and lasted seemingly for as long as I could take, I might add). These toys really do have a lot to offer, so it’s never a misfortune to receive one for review.
But, that being said, how many more suction-based toys can we really take? The market seems almost over-saturated at this point with a variety of pucker-tipped toys ready to tug our genitals in to an orgasmic stupor. It’s an admirable endeavour, I’ll give you that, but isn’t it time to draw the line?
No, actually. Turns out it’s not.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is yet another reincarnation from my favourite brand of SBST (suction-based sex toy), and a revitalisation of one of my top SBSTs—the Satisfyer Pro 2.
But what exactly has changed?
Not much. Not much at all. Buuut if you are interested in SBSTs and are looking for your first buy I’d like to propose this be it.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation
I’m going to be honest here; if you’ve read my updated Satisfyer Pro 2 review then you know pretty much everything you’d need to about how this toy feels and functions, sans one big change. However, if you’ve never read a Satisfyer review before then allow me to give you a breakdown of the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is a SBST that works by creating a vacuum around the clitoris (or any other area that you allow it to pucker on to) and then gently tugging at the erogenous zone to facilitate an orgasm.
If you want an oral sex comparison, it is very similar to that moment where your partner focuses solely on one area and goes purely for a sucking motion, except with the addition of a slight juddering, which feels deep, rumbly, and resonant. This additional element gives the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation a unique approach to such sensations that oral sex doesn’t necessarily provide, making it a worthy addition to anyone’s collection (even those who have a partner that’s stellar at oral sex, because a toy cannot do what a person can, and vice versa).
For those without such a comparison, the rumble is akin to that of a gratifying vibrator but is a peripheral sensation that complements the primary effect—a hands-free, contact-free lifting of your clitoris that brings blood to the surface and (in me, at least) prompts the vaginal muscles to spasm as a result.
Orgasms include this muscle spasm and so the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation can, in effect, be said to cause an orgasm in the user, and usually rather promptly, but this attitude does vary from person to person.
Some would say that, because there is often very little build up (at least for the first few uses), the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation doesn’t feel like it’s providing an orgasm at all and more just a sensation instead. This can feel either fucking fantastic or faaar to alien and disconnected from a person’s feelings, depending on the individual.
Either way, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation provides 11 different settings through which users can dabble in SBSTs and their sensations. I tend to find that gentle settings are intense enough to get me off and keep me in the throes of multiple orgasms for quite some time.
At one point during testing the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation I decided to proof read some of Mr Peaches’ work while taking the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation to my clit and after a few minutes I felt too shaky with orgasms to stand (and too addicted to want to stop).
Thankfully, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is USB rechargeable, otherwise I think I’d bankrupt us buying new batteries!
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is also completely waterproof and its removable silicone tip is nicely soft when pressed against the skin. This is crucial, given how the toy functions, and you’ll have no problems with phthalates, pores, or any other nasty surprises when using the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation. Its main body is made from ABS plastic, which is also non-porous and completely body-safe, making this a toy with a lot of assurance.
Now, this is all well and good, but what about variation? Why buy the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation over the Satisfyer Pro 2?
Simple: The Satisfyer Pro 2 is $69.00 and the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is $69.99, but the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation offers one key change—+ and – buttons.
This really does change everything, as before filtering through the Satisfyer Pro 2’s filters was one of its biggest downsides, especially considering how intense the Pro 2’s settings could get.
With the simple inclusion of a + and – button Satisfyer have opened the options for user control in a manner that is effective and liberating.
In use, these controls are very easy to use and never felt fiddly nor distracting. I even found myself being a bit bolder with trying the higher settings (assured that I could always back out if need be) and HO BOY, did I have some fun!
Oh, what a wonderful world can be presented to us with naught but the change of a button.
Some people may have been hoping for more changes from the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation but my response would be ‘why?’.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 is a great toy—exceptional in many regards and well-loved. If the main issue was that its controls were restrictive then why not just change the controls, keep the rest the same, and not risk fiddling with a model that works?
And, for such a minuscule price difference, there really is no reason not to indulge in the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation if you want to try a SBST. It’s a great first option, can be very gentle or helluva strong, and feels nice to use for solo play.
I highly recommend the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation and hope that its change makes many a happy individual.
People who want to try a SBST.
People who like oral sex.
People who want control options.
Do Not Recommend to:
People who dislike suction sensations.
People who already own the Pro 2.
People who dislike the Satisfyer brand.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation was provided to me by Peepshowtoys in exchange for an honest review. If you want to support my site then please do make purchases using the affiliate links included. Oh and check out Peepshowtoy’s We-Vibe sale and my collaborative Vegan Giveaway with them. You know you want to x