20+ Best Clit-Sucking, Air Pulse, Pressure Wave Vibrators, Compared!

20 Responses

  1. JK says:

    We have a Sona Cruise, a Womanizee Premium 2, a Satisfyer Pro + vibration…but our go-to is the older Satisfyer Traveler.

  2. Lir says:

    Kinda bummed to see the Pro Penguin didn’t make the lineup! I agree about the Satisfyer Pro line, but the Pro Penguin packs a lot more power AND is regularly on sale for under 30 bucks. I bought two in case mine breaks — I have a Starlet, but the Pro Penguin has at least double the settings and I don’t think I’ve ever made it to the top one! Plus the controls are so effortless — some of these look really tricky to press, especially in the dark/with lubefingers. If you’re not burned out entirely on suction after reviewing 20 different toys, I’d definitely recommend giving it a try!

  3. Soso says:

    Love a good comparison, especially when there’s a good number scale to compare them! I have the Satisfyer Pro 1+ Vibration, and it’s just too weak. Do you have intensity levels for it?

    Also love the tables. Would be lovely to see a final table with all the options at the bottom of the review for easy comparing.

  4. Anna says:

    Wow, what a comparison!
    I have We-Vibe Melt, Womanizer Duo, Womanizer Premium and Satisfyer Pro 2 (and it is my fave)

  5. Alex says:

    Thank you for making this exhaustive (and possibly exhausting) comparison review! There are so many pressure wave toys on the market now that it can be overwhelming to try and decide between them. Your post really helps narrow down the field of options.

  6. Andrew says:

    We have the Lelo Sona 2 cruise and my wife agrees that it’s not so great. Definitely gonna try a different one from this list and give it another try. Thanks for the thorough list!

  7. Yam says:

    I’ve been eyeing air pulse toys for a while, thank you for comparing these!

  8. Trix says:

    This is such a comprehensive list, a great service to us!

  9. Maria says:

    I got a cheap Satisfyer a while ago, but I can’t really say it gets a lot of use…

  10. Jess says:

    I truly appreciate this breakdown! I am still in love with my womanizer pro 40, but if it ever fails I know the bookmarked post I’ll be coming back to.

  11. QueenBee says:

    OK so I tried Satisfyer Curvy 3, because someone said it was good for beginners (translation=it’s a cheap garbage) and it was BEYOND DISAPPOINTING, it sucks, it went straight into trash bin, and I have now lost trust in Satisfyer toys. I hate buzzy vibes and I hate surface level FLAPPY suction and the cold air it blows. I hate everything about it! I wish these reviews would focus on what’s important in such a toy, which is NOT strength. Not an app. It’s the kind of vibes it provides. But I was confused, I had no idea as first timer, what’s flappy and what’s “thrummy” and what’s “rumbly”. There needs to be a better guide out there to actually guide people and help them avoid costly loss of time effort and money. I am eyeing a Baci toy because it’s pricier and has more tech. I would love a First Timer Toy Guide where everything would be more clear and focused on what’s important to you personally in a toy. Because it’s your review. I don’t care so much for strength of the toy as I will not use past level 3. I don’t care for patterns and apps because I won’t use them (the KISS rule!). Why not focus on the TYPES of stimulation available, like for instance a toy with bad vibes is UNUSABLE to me. I like vibes that can be described as a musical bass/base, it’s very low and vibrates on another level than regular vibes which can be “strong” but totally useless. I guess that’s what rumbly is? Perhaps there will be a guide with a better explanation one day.

  12. Jacee says:

    Thank you SO much for such a thorough review of these toys. I’ve been contemplating buying one for a long time, but I’m still unsure of what to get. Here’s what I need: (1) Have used strong vibrators for years and seem to need that. (2) I have a large clit so the opening is really important. (3) Would LOVE one slim enough to use with partner penetration.

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