Pink Punch Peachu Review: Bluetooth Air Pulse Massager
These sucking and thrumming thrills were once clinical-looking contraptions in the mid-2010s but now come in shapes like thicc chicks, roses, peaches, and more.
The Rose massager — combined with the very nature of social media marketing — launched air pulse stimulators into the mainstream.
Now you’re here because you want to know how the Pink Punch Peachu performs when it steps up to the plate. It’s juicy and soft, and its D‑shaped nozzle looks vaguely like an open grinning mouth, but does it have substance beyond cuteness?
Pink Punch Toys’ users want something cute, but their ideal audience doesn’t overlap that much with the Rose beyond that. The Rose’s claim to fame is the raw intensity with minimal control, while the Pink Punch Peachu is quite the opposite.
- I. Who is the Pink Punch Peachu for?
- II. My first impressions of the Peachu
- III. Pink Punch Peachu specifications
- IV. My experience with the Peachu
- V. Closing thoughts on Pink Punch Toys’ Peachu
- VI. Further reading
Who is the Pink Punch Peachu for?
The Peachu air pulse massager features:
- Some power that won’t bully the user’s clit by going from 0 to 65 to 100 to 110 miles per hour right away. (More on the intensity comparisons later.)
- Ease of adjusting speed settings and tightly controlling them. If you’re sensitive after orgasm but can (and want to) have multiple, the Rose is not for you. Something you can turn up and down quickly is more your jam.
- Some elevation and squish for easy riding and humping.
- Short-range and long-range Bluetooth control capability — useful for solo play (you don’t have to adjust your mounting position to press the buttons) and hella fun for partner play.
- An unfortunately teeny-tiny nozzle.
As such, the Peachu's machinery is not for nearly everyone drawn in by its playful presentation, stylish stand, and bright hue.
If you decide to get one, take 30% off Pink Punch Toys with code CY30
My first impressions of the Peachu
Pink Punch’s packaging warmed my cold, callous heart.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. ”It’s adorable AF,” and, ”Dammit, the app’s alien planet-themed graphics won me over!” I wrote in my Pink Punch Sunset Mushroom review. And it comes with stickers?!
The Peachu is way softer than I expected, but that makes sense. Bullet and love egg-style vibrators perform better with a hard shell (or a thin silicone layer at most) so that vibrations transfer through. Meanwhile, pressure wave stimulators do better with some flexibility around the “lips” of the opening so they can seal around the clitoris.
Its flesh’s golden gradient transitions from orangey to pale yellow, like there’s a translucency over the hard white shell, followed by a milky layer of near-clear silicone. The overall unit is about 3” in diameter and mostly round, except for the defined peachy point and flattened base, where its contacts click into the charging dock.
AND HOW CUTE DOES IT LOOK IN ITS CASE?!
Pink Punch Peachu specifications
Overall toy exterior
- Toy diameter: 74 mm (about 2.9”)
- Nozzle opening: 13 mm width x 14 mm height x 13 mm deep
This massager’s nozzle doesn’t go very deep before you encounter the pulse plate, meaning it’s ideally used on someone with a clitoral glans on the small side — no bigger than an eraser atop a pencil.
If your junk is larger than that, get a different suction toy. The opening is about the same size as the Rose’s: 13 mm wide and 13mm deep.
(Looking for alternatives? I gotchu; read my mega-guide to air pulse stimulators.)
- Charge time: 2 hours
- Playtime: 2 hours
- USB‑C charging cord included
The charging cord is easily identifiable: yellow with the Pink Punch logo on the USB dongle.
- Noise level: 30ish dB
- IPX7 waterproof toy
- Splash-proof charging dock
The Pink Punch Peachu is relatively quiet. Its sound would be recognizable to a college dorm roommate there with you, but using it under a blanket and behind a closed door is a non-concern. Or use it in the bathtub; it’s submersible in up to 1 meter of water.
- Motor intensity: 5/14* on the highest setting
- Frequency range: 76 to 97 Hz (moderate-to-high pitch)
- Air pulse quality: buzzy, relatively surface-level
*Why do I measure air pulse stimulator strength out of 14? Womanizer’s Premium 2 is the current gold standard of the category, with the broadest range of steady speed settings. Its top speed (the 14th) is also the strongest.
It's only paralleled only by the Rose’s highest intensity. On the low end, the Rose is an 11 out of 14. It has no subtlety.
Meanwhile, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 CONNECT is a 5.5 out of 14, just a hair stronger than the Peachu's 5/14.
Settings & controls
- Control panel: One button on the unit itself, plus a Bluetooth app to access more
- Speed settings: 5 steady intensities to click through via the button
- Patterns: 4 rhythm settings, one continuous, plus sliders on the app for changing intensity
- Naughty (cat) — 1–2‑3–4, with each note escalating in pitch until the “measure” is over
- Peachu (peach) — adjust the frequency of the continuous hum
- Fizz (jellyfish) — 1–2‑3–4444444444444 with the last, longer note being higher in pitch
- Mood trip (car) — alternating low-high dashes
- Lottery (slot machine) — pulls the lever every 8 seconds or so and picks one of the above functions.
Get the Pink Punch Bluetooth remote control via the app store or download the APK directly for Android phones.
My experience with the Peachu
The Pink Punch Peachu sucking vibrator’s exterior is definitely dolled up, and it gets the job done while being super stylish. Buzzy? Yes, but strong enough.
Its unique shape is easy to mount comfortably while it rolls against my vulva without needing to add elevation to push it up against my hips. I can adjust the angling easily and control the Pink Punch Peachu without reaching down to click the button — instead, I use my phone as the console.
My favorite function, of course, is the continuous thrum. Use it solo or with a partner while they strum up and down, and watch your reactions. They can do that in the same room or by connecting from afar via the app. Turn it up. Cum. Turn it down as needed. Turn it up again. Repeat until you cry or pass out.
Aside from the steady setting, the Mood Trip is the only pattern I find notable. Its low-high dashes are short and consistent enough to orgasm on.
Peachu’s D‑shaped mouth isn’t for everyone, as you need the opening to form a seal around your junk to pulse air the way it was intended. The squared notches can make that a little more fussy, and it would have been more versatile if there were a thicker, more protruding rim.
However it's a non-issue for me when riding and crushing my weight against it.
Closing thoughts on Pink Punch Toys’ Peachu
You’re probably here because cuteness sways you quite a bit. It did for me (and my hips swayed on it.) While Peachu is not the most vigorous air pulse massager you can get for the price, it’s plenty for me to have multiple orgasms — and quickly.
Your mileage may vary. If your clit is bigger than a pencil eraser, you'd be better served getting an air pulse toy with a deeper tunnel.
If you want a little more power with a basic design and 2‑button control panel, get the Womanizer Starlet 3; its top setting is a 7.5/14 compared to the Premium 2.
If you want the air pulse Bluetooth controls without further frills, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 CONNECT is a great place to start. It goes up to a 5.5/14. The We-Vibe Melt is also much stronger — the crème de la crème as far as Bluetooth air pulse massagers go — but its luxury price also reflects that.
With my Pink Punch Toys discount code, CY30 at checkout, the Peachu is a little on the pricey side, but not exorbitant. I think it's fine for a user with a small clit.
The sweet spot is to wait until there’s a 40% off sale — which happens quite often. That narrows the price difference between the Peachu and Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 CONNECT to roughly $15 (as of the day this post was written).
Pink Punch Peachu delivers Satisfyer strength, but also:
- A cuter, peach-shaped package with a soft exterior
- A travel-friendly, display-ready, hard case
- Versatility with charging — a USB‑C phone charging cord will do in a pinch
After the Rose’s rise to fame, and La Boutique Voila’s attention-grabbing display at Adult Novelty Manufacturers’ Expo, you can’t deny the demand for “bespoke” non-representational toys is growing.
Alien vibrator? Corn dildo? Peach air pulse massager? There’s something for everyone. This peach has the juice — but you could be the ripest juiciest peach, and there will still be some who hate peaches.
Use code CY30 for 30% off Pink Punch Toys.
This post was sponsored. Opinions expressed are my own.
Elsewhere on the web
I've been interviewed for the Spring 2023 issue of Sexual Health Magazine about the Rose toy and viral social media marketing! Click to page 32 to read the article — Generation Pleasure: a Look at the Move Toward Playful, Discreet Toys
Elsewhere on my blog
- Mega-Guide to Clitoral Air Pulse Massagers — I subjected my clit to over 20+ toys’ pressure waves to tell you which one is the best for which purpose. You’re welcome
- Biird Obii Review — an example of a cute bespoke toy that didn’t make the cut because its crappy motor was way weaker and beyond salvaging
- La Boutique Voila Toys, Ranked — vibrators in novel shapes. More silly and less serious
- SelfDelve Corn, Hole Punch Toys Evolver, and Moonshiner — “bespoke” insertable toys
- My “silly shapes” archive — look through aaaaallllll the goofiest non-representational toys I’ve blogged about!
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