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So for all of my issues with the build quality and company ethics of Satisyfer, I have to appreciate models like the Satisfyer 1 for their sheer affordability.

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Suction can be great for bringing in extra blood flow to the genitals, and there are vulva/clitoral pumps for that purpose (or that awful pre-arousal thing, Fiera) – so I don’t want folks expecting any appreciable suction with these toys.

I’ve been told by Womanizer there is no vacuum/suction, instead, the technology is “pressurized air pulses”.

A lot of you want to know which product(s) I’d recommend the most and, as usual, my answer starts with “it depends…”. For quite some time I regarded the Womanizer with a healthy dose of side-eye; I was quite sure that it wouldn’t work for me. When you’ve been reviewing sex toys for 8 years, you can often get a really good feel for the facts just by reading a handful of reviews.

But the Womanizer shocked me – in fact, it left me speechless.

If you need to see the text Excel spreadsheet, visually-impaired readers can comment here or contact me and I’ll send it to you.

If you’re curious on what some of the measurements mean you can just ask me or see the incredibly bad drawing at the bottom of the post.

Mild, but more than regular use which is nearly nothing.

I also noticed that if I held the nozzle tip a millimeter or so away from contact – just hovering – the “jackhammering” sensation kicked in and was the most amplified with the Satisfyer Pro 2. I ran every model under water for a bit to make sure none were immediately affected adversely (I don’t have a tub, so I can’t use them this way).

This meant that the once-tidy-and-small comparison chart has grown to monster proportions.

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