A good sex toy should feel like an extension of your body. When you’re using it, you shouldn’t have to think about where the buttons are or how you’re holding it. It should just feel natural, intuitive. When you have to think about the buttons—or even worse, actually stop using the toy to have a second look at its controls—it takes you out of the moment. This is where the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 really shines. It gets out of your way.
The Suck-tual Revolution
Most of us are familiar with vibrators, but suction toys are a whole different species of sex toy. If you’re unfamiliar, these are toys that use internal motors to move an internal diaphragm back and forth, which creates a pulsing suction sensation when pressed against your body—like puffing your cheeks in and out really fast.
Suction toys, or air pulse toys as they’re also called, provide intense but indirect stimulation to concentrated erogenous zones. They’re typically designed with the clitoris in mind, but don’t overlook other erogenous zones, like nipples or the frenulum of a penis. They work great on those too.
The Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 is the fifth iteration on a classic air pulse toy design, and it really shows. It’s a toy with a very thoughtful and intuitive design. Every part of it feels intentional and fine-tuned. For instance, the mouth part that presses against your body is a very silky soft silicone, and it’s removable for easy cleaning.
The shape of the toy’s body is tapered in the middle and it’s a bit longer than other toys in this category, but that means it’s very easy to hold from a variety of positions and easily reaches your genital area. This last part is great for solo use because, honestly, when you’re masturbating, do you really want to have to contort in order for a toy to reach where it needs to go? No, you just want to lean back and relax.
Even the button placement is spot-on. Each one is ridged differently so you can feel which button is which without having to look, and you don’t have to press too hard on them. It’s really easy to adjust the air pulse intensity and pattern on the fly.