Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3 upgrade adds ‘pulsing water’ pleasure

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Sextech brand Satisfyer has brought out the latest iteration of its popular Satisfyer Pro clitoris sucking device range, combining two suction styles in one device for the first time in the series.

The most significant upgrade in the new Satisfyer Pro 2 Generation 3 is its use of two suction styles, called Liquid Air Technology and Air Pulse. The latter will be familiar to Satisfyer Pro users as the range’s established contactless suction style, mainly designed to simulate an oral sex ‘sucking’ sensation on the clit.

Unlike the Air Pulse style, the Liquid Air Technology suction style involves contact between the device and the body. This is made via a cap with a thin, soft silicone membrane being placed against the clitoris while the device vibrates. Satisfyer said it was designed to mimic the “sensual surge of pulsing water”.

Satisfyer Pro 2 Generation 3 copy

You choose which suction style to use by attaching the relevant attachment to the Satisfyer Pro 2 Gen 3. Both attachments come supplied with the product.

The new model has 12 vibration programs powered by two motors. Another upgrade is the feel of the device, which is now made from seamless, skin-friendly silicone with what the company calls ‘Soft Touch Feel’, designed to feel “super smooth” against the skin.

The device can be controlled remotely with the Satisfyer Connect app, and is currently on sale for $67.95 in the UK, and €89.95 in Europe. At the time of writing, it’s not listed on Satisfyer’s US-focused sales site.

The release of the Satisfyer Pro 2 Generation 3 is a significant one in the clitoris-suction device field, which has surged in popularity recently. Rival devices to Satisfyer’s range include the Womanizer OG and the Lelo Sila.

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Jamie F

Jamie F

Jamie is a freelance writer, contributing to outlets such as The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, CNN and Vice.

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