Mini-reviews: Womanizer Liberty, Satisfyer Partner Multifun, Pro 3 Vibration

Image: The Womanizer Liberty comes with a dainty travel cover. It has a suction nozzle and two buttons. The Satisfyer Partner Multifun looks like a horseshoe with the ends squeezed together. And the Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration is conical.By the time I've fin­ished typ­ing this post, Womanizer and Satisfyer will prob­a­bly have released ten new prod­ucts. I can't keep up, so here's a fast blast of 3 new-ish clit toys from these companies.


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Womanizer Liberty: a miniature, travel-friendly clitoral suction toy

Image: the Womanizer Liberty has an oval-shaped nozzle about the size of a de-shelled pistachio.Let's start with my favorite of the bunch: the Womanizer Liberty. It's durable, com­pact, and reminds me of an avo­ca­do. How adorable. But just like its Classic old­er sib­ling, the Womanizer Liberty packs a punch.

Both the Womanizer Classic and Womanizer Liberty are pres­sure wave toys. That means that the sil­i­cone head seals around the cli­toris and rapid­ly puls­es, alter­nat­ing between suck­ing and blow­ing. It's gen­tle but focused. Instead of some­thing sol­id vibrat­ing against the user, the air around their cli­toris vibrates.

Image: the Womanizer Liberty's shape and size remind me of a small, slender avocadoAlmost all of the Classic's pos­i­tives still apply to the Liberty. It's an effi­cient orgasm extrac­tor where I turn the speed until I insta-come. Making it past the fourth set­ting out of six with­out feel­ing too over­whelmed to con­tin­ue is a chal­lenge. As a result of that inten­si­ty, I've had emo­tion­al cry­gasms and yelled at my part­ner order­ing him to fill me with cum. But it is entire­ly pos­si­ble for me to use the top speed.

To quote my past self:

It's not just that the Womanizers (both the Womanizer Classic and the travel-sized Womanizer Liberty) are intense— they're the rawest mind­fuck I could get from cli­toral stim­u­la­tion alone. And con­sid­er­ing how vital deep pen­e­tra­tion is to me, that's say­ing something.

The down­side of the Womanizer Liberty is that, of course, the han­dle is short­er than the Classic's. Its travel-friendliness is worth it to me, but it might not be for some­one who strug­gles with reach. Possible rea­sons include not being phys­i­cal­ly flex­i­ble and hav­ing a full fig­ure to reach around.

Image: the Womanizer Liberty and Womanizer Classic are about the same width, but the Classic has a longer handleAs well, the Womanizer Liberty comes with six speeds instead of eight like the Classic does. But you know what? It's also $40 less expen­sive than the Womanizer Classic, comes with a durable trav­el cov­er, is more com­pact to fit in my purse, and it's dis­creet AF. As a con­sumer, I'd cer­tain­ly buy a Womanizer Liberty instead of a Womanizer Classic, with the knowl­edge that they feel almost identical.

Update: I've writ­ten two follow-up guides involv­ing the Womanizer Liberty!

And yes, I know the company's name has shitty connotations.

Unfortunately, in my expe­ri­ence, Womanizer's prod­ucts are more durable and well-constructed than those of their com­peti­tor, Satisfyer. But I get it: if you want a cheap­er travel-friendly pres­sure wave toy, try a Satisfyer Pro Traveler for $36 if you use my coupon code SUPERSMASHCACHE at Peepshow Toys.

Satisfyer Partner Multifun 1 vibrator "for couples" (vomit emoji)

Image of the Satisfyer Partner Multifun. Again, think of a horseshoe where the ends of the U are almost touching. Sounds kinda okay on paper. Awful in execution.
I want to rid my review queue of this piece of shit. I can bare­ly scrape togeth­er the fucks to write any­thing beyond, "No. Just no," let alone be fun­ny about it. The Satisfyer Partner Multifun vibra­tors are osten­si­bly ver­sa­tile for "women, men, and cou­ples," with three motors and 14 ways to use them. But they couldn't be far­ther from uni­ver­sal sex toys for all bodies.

As I've said in my MysteryVibe Crescendo review, if a vibrator's motor is mos­qui­to shit, noth­ing can save it. I absolute­ly can­not orgasm with the Satisfyer Partner Multifun. Either my cli­toris can't feel the surface-level vibra­tions at all (espe­cial­ly in the round end), or they're grat­ing and itchy. Think of pins-and-needles in your feet, but on a micro-level. Or like you are embed­ding your cli­toris with fine sand and glit­ter. That's what it reminds me of.

All three of the Satisfyer Partner Multifun's motors are buzzi­er and weak­er than the $24 VeDO Bam Mini. Yeah. Think about that. I respect that some peo­ple enjoy buzzy vibra­tions, but there's no rea­son to be spend­ing $50 for the Multifun. You could get a Gaia Eco slim­line vibe for $11 and get bet­ter results using it on any exter­nal eroge­nous zones you would have used the Multifun on. (No, G‑spot stim­u­la­tion with the rigid Multifun is NOT happening!)

And fuck, there are so many awe­some toys you could get for under $50. A pow­er­ful Exposed Nocturnal. Or an Aria bul­let, which isn't as pow­er­ful as the Exposed Nocturnal but also not as shrill in pitch. For some mod­er­ate rum­ble, con­sid­er a full-sized VeDO Bam. Or a similarly-powered but bent and bul­bous VeDO Gee Plus. Bullets are a tried and true shape for com­pact and pin­point exter­nal stim­u­la­tion. The Satisfyer Multifun will not dethrone their legacy.

Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration pressure wave stimulator with vibration

Image of the Satisfyer Pro 3's slender, tapered body. It's conical, like a horn. With the suction nozzle at the fatter end.Most strik­ing about the Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration is how dif­fer­ent its shape looks from oth­er pres­sure wave stim­u­la­tors. Its sleek, tapered horn and rose gold accent are far more ele­gant than pre­de­ces­sors that resem­bled ther­mome­ters and pore cleaners.

The noz­zle is also more open, which would hypo­thet­i­cal­ly fit a broad­er range of anatomies. That doesn't, how­ev­er, make it work better.

Quizzically, the Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration owes its nozzle's soft­ness to the fact that it's a hol­low shell of sil­i­cone. Past pres­sure wave toys I've tried had noz­zles made of either pure sil­i­cone or a lay­er of sil­i­cone cov­er­ing hard plas­tic. In those cas­es, the sil­i­cone was detach­able for clean­ing, unlike with the Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration.

Image: The Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration has 3 buttons. Two for adjusting pressure wave speed, and one for cycling through vibrations.The oth­er, more egre­gious down­side of the noz­zle is that it's hit-or-miss. I can briefly latch it on around my cli­toris. But it doesn't take long before the seal breaks, and I can't feel the pres­sure waves any­more. Raspberry sounds galore against my labia make it hard to get back in the mood. Once the seal breaks, it's sub­stan­tial­ly hard­er to return the Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration to a stim­u­lat­ing spot.

Simply put, whatever's up with the new head, it's not reliable.

And no, the vibra­tions don't make this toy a safer invest­ment. They're enough that I CAN get off with the high­est set­ting, but too buzzy and buried to be worth the effort. Wherever the motor is, trans­fer­ring its move­ments through that hol­low sil­i­cone is high­ly inefficient.

Tl;dr oth­er than the appear­ance, there is noth­ing about the Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration that's bet­ter than the old­er Pro Plus Vibration. The Pro 3 Vibration's noz­zle might be able to fit more clits, but if it can't sus­tain the seal, what's the point?

Disclaimers and thank-yous

Thank you to Peepshow Toys for send­ing me the Womanizer Liberty and Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration. As always, you can use coupon code SUPERSMASHCACHE to take 10% off your order from Peepshow Toys' selec­tion of body-safe sex­u­al health goodies.

And thank you to Satisfyer for send­ing me the Satisfyer Partner Multifun. My opin­ions are hon­est and freely giv­en. Receiving the prod­uct in exchange for a review doesn't make me hate this fuck­ing thing any less.

6 Responses

  1. planets says:

    Your reviews are the best.

  2. Huh! I've nev­er got­ten to try a pres­sure wave toy, but this makes me curi­ous. Also, it's inter­est­ing to see how Betty Butch's expe­ri­ence dif­fered from yours, appar­ent­ly there's been some trou­ble with the Liberty mod­el. Nice pho­tos also!

  3. Madelyn says:

    Love this review!

  1. May 21, 2019

    […] Super Smash Cache echoed pos­i­tive sen­ti­ments on the Liberty’s pow­er: “It’s an effi­cient orgasm extrac­tor where I turn the speed until I insta-come. Making it past the fourth set­ting out of six with­out feel­ing too over­whelmed to con­tin­ue is a challenge.” […]

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