Welcome to the battle of Womanizer Vs Satisfyer. Read on to see us review multiple models of both Satisfyer and Womanizer, including the famous Satisfyer Pro 2!
The first Womanizer came out in 2014, starting off the clit sucker revolution.
What a terrible name for a revolution. Anyway…
As soon as the Pleasure Air™ tech was introduced, there were always gonna be other companies coming out with the same thing.
Satisfyer is the biggest rival to the Womanizer crown at the moment, offering the same air pulse tech at a much lower price.
But how do they compare?
Is the Womanizer’s higher price justified?
Or can you get the same experience for less with the Satisfyer range?
We’ve got the top 5 models from each brand to look at today.
We’ll go through the important specs and details of each one so you can find out which one is the best for you.
You can also check out our new product review on the Womanizer Premium 2!
But if you want to know the important details about each range in general, here’s the TL;DR.
- Are smoother and more refined
- Are more expensive
- Come with a replacement head
- Are fully waterproof
- Are the original
- Some have features like Autopilot and Smart Silence
- Feel rougher and less detailed
- Are cheaper
- Many vibrate as well as air pulse
- Some can be controlled via app
First up, the best 5 Womanizers. They aren’t in any particular order; certain toys are better for certain women.
Let’s take a look at the top Womanizer models in a bit more detail.
The cream of the crop for touchless clitoral orgasms.
The Womanizer Premium definitely lives up to its name. Everything about it feels deluxe.
You know you’re in for a treat just by looking at the box. It’s big and beautifully presented – great birthday or anniversary present, fellas…
It’s covered in high-quality silicone that feels nice in your hand and is easy to grip.
The Premium also comes with a smaller nozzle you can switch out and a nice satin storage pouch.
But enough about the extras. How does it feel??
Amazing. It also has 12 intensity settings – 4 more than the Classic – along with Smart Silence and Autopilot.
Smart Silence means it only works when it’s in contact with your skin. That makes it super-quiet since it’s either making a seal over your clit or it’s not moving.
And Autopilot is a fun little feature that randomizes the patterns of intensity so you don’t get accustomed to just one. It can surprise you with new speeds.
The one downside in the design is the button placement. The Premium is the longest Womanizer, which isn’t a problem in itself.
But the way it’s designed means it’s hard to see the buttons when you’re using it. So it doesn’t help that they’re a little hard to find.
But that’s a very small criticism in an otherwise near-perfect design.
If you just want a good time without the fancy extras, you can just get the Classic or the Pro40. They’re just as powerful and perfectly satisfying.
But the Premium has one more trick up its sleeve. It’s punchier. It gives you more of a pulsing sensation that’s very noticeable when you compare the models directly.
It’s like the difference between a delicious chocolate cake and a delicious chocolate cake with frosting and whipped cream on top.
So do you want the delicious cake, or do you really wanna spoil yourself?
- The best Pleasure Air experience
- Autopilot is unique and interesting
- Discreet and quiet
- Well-made and durable
- Attractive design
- 4 hours play time
- Button placement is a bit awkward
If you’re looking for a more recent and detailed product review on the newer Womanizer Premium 2, check out our Womanizer Premium 2 review!
The Pro40 is about 5 years old now, and it does show a little. The body’s design isn’t as streamlined as the Premium or the Classic, and the color options aren’t great. It reminds me a bit of an old hairdryer.
But this list isn’t just about looks. I’m talking about the Pro40 because of what it can do.
It has 6 intensity levels compared to the Classic’s 8 and the Premium’s 12. They all have about the same top speed – although the Pro40’s is the least pulsey.
It’s still more clear and refined than a Satisfyer, though.
There’s more of a jump between settings with the Pro40. That’s probably not going to be an issue for most users unless you have a very fussy clit, but maybe keep it in mind.
The buttons are clear and easy to find. In fact, for my small hands the Pro40 is one of the easiest clit suckers to handle and use.
The massaging head of the Pro40 is one of the best for me. It is round, and precise.
But a wider, more forgiving head makes it easier for beginners to get to the good bit.
Unlike the Premium, the Pro40 can get a tad slippery when wet, like if you’re sweating. Or, you know, dripping.
But the Pro40 gives you everything you need from a clit sucker. It’s quiet, discreet, feels amazing, and gives you lots and lots of orgasms. And the battery lasts for 4 hours, which is a lot of cumming before you need to recharge it.
- Targeted head
- Value pick full-size womanizer
- 4 hours of battery life
- Only 6 intensity levels
- A little awkward to position
Duo is Womanizer’s take on the classic rabbit vibrator, and it’s an impressive attempt.
It has 10 vibration patterns for the g-spot part and 12 intensity levels for the clit sucker, like the Premium.
It’s a great concept. A rabbit vibrator that doesn’t buzz and desensitize? Sign me up!
Getting the clitoral seal and the internal arm in the right position is a bit awkward at first and there’s a bit of a learning curve to it.
Since the distance between the clitoris and the vaginal opening is different for every woman, some might find it more difficult than others.
It’s pretty forgiving – anywhere between 1 and 2 inches of distance should be manageable. It’s one of those “one size fits most” situations.
But once you get the hang of the positioning then hoo boy.
The Duo offers some astonishing blended orgasms from targeting your clit and G-spot at the same time.
I often found that the vibrations on a normal rabbit could desensitize me at the worst moments and I would have to take a break.
But with the Duo there’s no direct contact on the clit, just air pulses. So you can enjoy the internal vibrations and the clit sucking to their fullest extent.
If you like constant stimulation and not moving around too much, you’ll love Duo. If you prefer a lot of thrusting or twisting action, you might be better off with a traditional rabbit.
Then again, a lot of women say it’s the first toy that could make them squirt. I’d call that a ringing endorsement.
- Incredible blended orgasms
- Lots of variation
- You might even squirt
- Magnetic charging
- Can be awkward to get both spots
- Not for you if you like to move it around
- Buttons are a bit fiddly
The Womanizer Classic is quieter, sleeker, and has 2 more settings than the Pro40.
It definitely feels like an upgrade over the older model. The plastic is just a bit nicer, the curves more elegant…
…And the thumps thump harder. The pulses feel sharper and more vibrant on your clit, which is a bonus.
It’s got better color options too. If we’re being honest, the Pro40 looks a bit ugly to me.
I already mentioned the buttons on the Premium were kinda fiddly, and that the Pro40 is the easiest to handle.
Well the Classic is a middle ground between the two. It’s smaller and thinner than the Premium and the buttons stick out a bit, so they’re easier to feel and press in the heat of the moment.
If you’ve got small hands and don’t fancy just using the Autopilot all the time, maybe the Classic is the best option for you.
The head is an oval shape instead of the Pro40’s round shape. It’s thinner, too, so many people will find they can get a tighter seal around their clit.
That does make it a bit harder to position than the Pro40. So maybe for a first-time clit sucker user it’s going to take a little more figuring out. Worth it? Definitely.
It also has a smaller replacement head if you want really precise stimulation.
So if you have a bit of extra money and want an overall better experience, choose the Classic over the Pro40.
- Nice design and function
- Pulsing, thumping waves
- Replacement head
- “Only” 3 hours of play time
This is the “cheap and cheerful” option that’s still more expensive than the Satisfyer range.
The Starlet 2 is stylish like its bigger sisters and packs a pretty decent punch for the price.
It has 4 intensity settings. Not as good a range as the rest of the Womanizers.
The Pleasure Air tech is still great and the sensation is smoother than the Satisfyers.
And it’s small enough you can put it in your bag and take it around with you wherever you go. If that’s your thing.
So the Starlet 2 is good, but is it still better than a Satisfyer to justify the expense? To me, that’s a coin flip.
- Cheapest Womanizer, same great Pleasure Air tech
- Pocket size, super easy to carry
- Plastic case gets slippery
- Feels a lot cheaper than other models
Again, these 5 best Satisfyers are in no particular order.
* some users have reported that their Satisfyers broke after using them underwater. They’re shower-proof at least, but personally I would hesitate taking them in the bath.
Every Satisfyer with a + in the name has a secret weapon.
They offer vibration as well as air pulses.
That means you can enjoy the indirect stimulation on your clitoris along with traditional rumbling vibration all around.
If that doesn’t appeal to you, there is also the Pro 2 (without the +), which might be a better option for some. It doesn’t have any vibration, only the air pulse sensation.
That makes it easier to focus on the sucking and pulsing feelings, and also gives it longer battery life.
But back to the Pro 2+.
I’ve heard plenty of mixed opinions about the design. Some people think it’s beautiful, while others think it looks tacky. Personally, it feels a little cheap to me. The curves are fine and it’s easy enough to handle, but the seams are obvious and worrying for a waterproof toy.
It for sure doesn’t hold up to the Womanizer Classic or Premium.
But if you’re on a budget and want a clit sucker that does the job – this has everything you need.
The air pulses aren’t as good as Womanizer’s but they’re still pretty decent, and you can alternate air pulse and vibrations for double the range of sensation.
Plus, it comes with an unbeatable 15-year warranty.
It might not be as refined as the toys it’s imitating, but it will get you off again and again. For 15 years, apparently.
- Easy to hold even for long periods
- 15 year warranty
- Vibration can distract from the air pulse
- Paint finish scratches easily
- Design is an acquired taste
Despite being the same price as the Pro 2+, the Pro 3+ feels like an upgrade.
Maybe it’s the color scheme change to a more grown-up black and rose gold.
Or the softer, more supple silicone head which I find gives a better seal around the clitoris for more direct-feeling stimulation. You get the taps and swirls stronger from the Pro3+ than from the Pro2+.
That comes at a cost of slightly lower vibration strength though, so it’s a personal preference which you like better.
It doesn’t boast the thumping pleasure of the Womanizer Premium or the blended heaven of the Duo. But the air pulses are on par with the Pro40 in terms of power, and it’s half the price of the Pro40.
Like with most Satisfyers the sensations are less refined than Womanizer products. They feel a bit more powerful, rougher, than the Womanizers even though they’re not really stronger.
If you have a sensitive clit that responds better to a light touch, then the Womanizer will give you a smoother, gentler ride.
But Satisfyer’s roughness is a good thing for some women who like it a bit more jerky and interesting.
- Powerful suction and vibration
- Soft silicone mouthpiece feels great
- Feels more deluxe than the Pro 2+
- Awkward to hold for some wrists
All of the Satisfyer Curvy range are pretty similar. So I’m going to cover the important things about all three of them here, then talk about the differences in the 2+ and 3+ sections.
Every Curvy has vibration and pulsation, like the Pro range. The Curvy’s top speed for air pulses is about the same as the 8th or 9th (out of 11) for the Pro 2+.
So it’s a bit weaker, not the best choice for power junkies. But if you get overstimulated easily, it’s not going to be an issue.
The big draw of the Curvy range is the app control.
A lot of interactive sex toys have pretty poor Bluetooth and internet control. Bugs, glitches, and sudden disconnections can make interactive partner-play a chore rather than something fun.
But the Satisfyer app is impressive, especially for the price. The connection between partners is easy with no cut-outs, and the range of options like ambient sound control and linking to Spotify are great (though rarely used in my case).
The Curvy 1+ has the widest mouth of the three, which means the sensations are less intense and direct. That can be good or bad, depending on your preference.
Many clitorises (clitori? Sounds like a cult) prefer less direct, softer stimulation.
If that sounds like you, or you have a larger clitoris, then go for the 1+.
- App control is great for the price
- Vibration and pulsation
- Stylish and elegant
- A little noisy
- Not as powerful as the Pro series
As I just mentioned, when it comes to sucker toys, you want the right fit for your clit.
The Curvy has a mouthpiece that’s narrower by about 0.05 inches, which is more of a difference than it sounds.
If you have an average-sized clitoris, the Curvy 2+ gives you a gentle fit that envelopes nicely but doesn’t seal as tightly. The head is rounded instead of flat like the 1+.
So the Curvy 2+ is the best choice if you’re sensitive.
It’s also $10 cheaper than the other two, for some reason. It’s essentially the same toy, I can’t fathom why they made it the cheapest one.
But hey, value is value. Why ask too many questions?
- Best bang for buck of any Satisfyer
- Easy to clean
- Best for sensitive people
- A bit loud
The Curvy 3+ has the narrowest mouthpiece of the three. It’s thinner and softer, too, which makes the pleasure waves and vibrations a bit more intense.
If you want a stronger seal so it feels like actual clit sucking, the 3+ is your best option.
The only downside is the buttons, which can be a bit fiddly especially with wet hands.
But it’s the strongest-feeling of the Curvy range, it gives you the best seal, it comes in a cute pink, and it’s fantastic value for money.
- Cute pink color
- Stronger sensations
- Tighter seal
- Fiddly buttons
Womanizer Premium vs Satisfyer Pro 2+: Head to Head
It’s time to see how these 2 compare face to face in their features…
Size And Measurements, Discreetness
The Womanizer Premium has a streamlined body design. This makes it very easy to hold and handle. You can wedge it comfortably between your legs and keep it there for hours without getting tired.
In detail, the Womanizer Premium’s dimensions measure 6.10” x 1.97” x 1.38”. It’s the longest Womanizer but still manages to be very light, pulling a weight of a mere 0.3 lbs.
On the other hand…
The Satisfyer Pro 2+ is slightly girthier and heavier than the Womanizer Premium. It’s also longer than the Satisfyer Pro 3 and Penguin models.
It measures 6.5” (L) x 1.8” (W) x 2.6” (H) and weighs 0.55 lbs.
So the Womanizer wins… if you only care about how skinny your toy is.
But they’re both slim, light, and easy to handle for as long as you want. Don’t worry, your wrists won’t get tired before you can finish.
And both toys are discreet and easy to store. Neither of them look much like sex toys, so even if you leave one on your nightstand when your parents come to visit, they might not notice it.
Design And Functionality, Waterproofness
The new Satisfyer Pro 2+ comes with an 11-speed preset setting controlling the air pulsation tech. You can navigate from the mild lower pulsation to the more forceful higher settings.
And unlike the Pro 2 Next Generation, the Pro 2+ also packs vibration.
So you can have the sucking sensation of air pulse combined with vibrations all around your vulva, for theoretically double the sensation.
In practice, it’s not quite double. At max power the air pulse and vibrations together can be numbing, so you’re probably not going to use those settings unless you have a clit of steel.
For me the vibrations complement the air pulse nicely, giving more of a full-body feeling than just one or the other. The tapping combined with the steady hum is lovely.
The vibrations themselves are a little buzzy but quite powerful in their own right. You could use it as a decent clitoral vibrator if the air pulse gets a bit too much.
The Womanizer Premium, Duo, and Pro all come with an outstanding 12 air pulsation intensities. That’s a remarkable improvement from the previous PRO 40 and Classic’s 8 settings.
It also means that it has one extra mode setting over the Satisfyer Pro 2+.
There’s no vibration with the Womanizer, but the air pulses are so good that you don’t miss them.
They thump and tap and suck just perfectly for a divine sensation.
You can feel the difference in quality between the two, especially at the higher and lower settings.
On the lower pulse levels, the Satisfyer is perfectly decent, but the Womanizer has more subtlety. If we’re comparing it to oral sex, then the Womanizer is like a guy or girl who really knows what they’re doing with their tongue.
The top levels are similar in power, but again the Womanizer is clearly superior in quality.
There’s more detail. The thumps are sharper and more refined, the sucking sensation feels more intense… you can really feel why it’s so much pricier.
The Satisfyer is just as intense, but it’s rougher and less defined in its feeling. If you prefer that then great! Save yourself the extra money.
But if you want more delicacy and detail in your clit sucker, the Womanizer is the obvious choice.
The Womanizer is fully waterproof and you can take it in the bath or shower.
Whereas the Satisfyer is fine in the shower, but there were a few reports of women taking them in the bath and they stopped working.
It seems to have been cleared up with the new models though, so you should be fine to take it in the bath. I didn’t have any problems.
This is another area where the Womanizer and Satisfyer models share qualities.
Their nozzles are all made with medical-grade silicone that is both phthalates and latex-free.
They are also built using ABS plastic that comprises their internal structures. This gives them their sturdy bodies and provides the framework for the overall shape.
The Womanizer feels more solid despite being lighter and slimmer. I think it would survive knocks or being dropped better than the Satisfyer.
It helps that it’s coated in silicone
They’re both well-made overall, but the Premium again feels more premium in your hand. Which is exactly what you would expect given the price difference.
Usability, Feel, Noise
These are the most sensitive parts for users when it comes to any sex toy. They determine the pleasure, convenience, and practicality of the features when put to action.
The Womanizer Premium has a 4-button control interface. It controls the Increase, Autopilot, Decrease, and Power functions.
And the good news?
This Womanizer comes with a better grip. All thanks to the silicone-covered body. And adding to this… It also comes with an extra nozzle that you can fit for varying clitoral stimulation.
With the Satisfyer Pro 2+ on the other end…
It only has a 3-button control interface that includes the Increase, Decrease, and Power buttons.
And unbeknown to some of you, this is a great upgrade from the Penguin and Deluxe models.
On the actual feel… The Womanizer is very steady on the pressure waves delivered onto the clit. The Satisfyer has rougher but powerful rumbly sensations that sit well for women who need extra force.
So to close this off… They’re both very quiet and won’t give you away when using.
Well, I’d say that despite the Satisfyer not being a pioneer with technology, it matches grit here. The air pulsations in both models are controlled by the mode settings in each.
I’d say we have a draw here.
The Womanizer Premium has a magnetic charging feature. And on top of that, it takes 2 hours to get it to full charge, giving you up to 4 hours of usage time!
With the Satisfyer Pro 2+… It comes fitted with a Lithium-Ion battery that gives up to 90 mins of usage time from a full charge. And like its opponent, it also has a magnetic charging feature.
So simply put… If we’re considering the duration of sessions, then the Womanizer is your best bet.
I already mentioned that the Womanizer models retail at a higher price than the Satisfyer.
Again, it depends on where you make your order. The Premium goes for $139 at Lovehoney.
This seems expensive because it is.
But consider the extra nozzle included, the superior battery, the quality of the pulsations offered, and the better materials and feeling in your hand.
So sure, it’s pricey, but you get a lot of value for your money.
Basically, if you crave quality from original brands, then the Womanizer is a great option.
On the Satisfyer’s price tag, the Pro 2+ model goes for $59.95 at Shevibe.
There’s no extra nozzle and the battery doesn’t last as long, but then again if you want another nozzle you can just buy another Satisfyer and still save money.
So if you’re on a budget or you want a first-time clit sucker, Satisfyer Pro 2+ will do the job just fine.
As you have seen from this Womanizer Vs Satisfyer comparison, the two compete fiercely.
What stands out is that the Womanizer is the original of the two in this category. It has a more premium finish and appealing design that screams elegance.
The Satisfyer has lesser feature offer but still carries applaudable performance. It provides a cheaper alternative to the Womanizer but still lacks finesse.
To pass my verdict…
You should choose Womanizer if:
- You want a toy with more polished designs and features.
- You care for quality over price.
- If you prefer having an extra interchangeable nozzle.
- You want something autonomous yet discrete in use.
You should choose Satisfyer if:
- You want to test the air pulsation experience before buying a Womanizer.
- You don’t care about using replicas over the original brands.
- You are working on a low budget.