I was given the Satisfyer 1 in exchange for my honest review for Satisfyer. I have also reviewed some of the other models they sent me once I am finished reviewing each of them I will put a guide on the on to my site and which I think is the best. The fact I was given the Satisfyer 1 free of charge is not going to affect the outcome of my review.
The Satisfyer 1 most resembles the Satisfyer Pro 2, now I often wandered when I first heard of the Satisfyer Pro 2 why the “Pro2” part was in the name as surely if it was the first one there wouldn’t be need to add the Pro or 2. I assume all of the newer products where designed before the first one came out and that they have improved them and released them so that they are available to more consumers from various lifestyles.
The Satisfyer 1 is battery operated and takes 2 AAA batteries to power it has the same nozzle shame as the Satisfyer Pro 2 and a handle that slims down towards the user. To power the Satisfyer 1 you simple hold the single button to turn on the press to cycle through the 11 intensities then hold again for 3 seconds to turn it off again.
Now the thing that surprised me with the Satisfyer 1 is that the inside of the nozzle lights up a really cool green colour as far I am aware the other models don’t do this. I also found that this one is a lot quieter than the USB rechargeable ones The Satisfyer 2 (another battery powered one) is also more quiet than the USB Rechargeable models.
When using the Satisfyer 1 I was aware of the pulsations in the settings as opposed to the previous models I usually feel a continuous “sucking” with the Satisfyer 1 I found it almost made a “tapping” sensation on my clit. The third setting is by far my favourite it has the funkiest rhythm if that makes sense. After the third setting it gets into a continuous mode kind of like the other models. I don’t know if it’s because it is battery powered so the settings are in slow motion I just don’t know but I can feel the pulse more with the Satisfyer 1.
With the Satisfyer 1 waterproof like the other more expensive models and it being the cheapest one there are a lot of questions that may arise as to why we need so many models? Well it’s as simple as they are all different shapes and each one may provide a different experience to the user. Some may be suited more to your needs than others. This one is designed with the traveller in mind. You won’t need to find a USB plug converter to charge it up.
That said it doesn’t have the “glam” feel like the previous ones I have reviewed however it is a purples colour which I love. There are minor aesthetic flaws like the rim of the plastic on the handle however this doesn’t bother me too much as it is a cheaper version of the Satisfyer Pro 2 so you kind of expect the “cheaper” look. But overall who cares it still feels great and so far It is the one I would say is most similar in feel and shape to the Satisfyer Pro 2 which Is my ultimate favourite.
RRP: £ 34.99
Bondara currently have this on sale for £26.99!