Who the hell are they?
From the first toy tested until today, I have rarely been disappointed with their products. So, two years and sixteen toys later, I present to you Satisfyer.
I was testing Power Flower clitoral vibrator for the first time without knowing what kind of gold I was holding in my hands. I labeled it as a loud toy that helps you achieve an incredible orgasm. I had no idea that two vibrators - Pro G-Spot and Pro 2 Vibration - would make even the biggest impression on me later. That's when the brand finally became dear to my heart, and that bond got more profound with every following toy tested. Even though there were times I was disappointed, a good impression prevailed.
Satisfyer is a young brand owned by Triple A Internetshops GmbH based in Bielefeld, Germany. It was founded in 2016. Even then, they paved the way to the stars by offering products to everyone - women, men, and couples. Since then, they have created more than two hundred toys. Meanwhile, they improved the technical properties and design. Three years later, they redesigned the brand. They maintained improvements in both areas mentioned above and began making toys regardless of gender, sexual orientation, and economic status. And this is precisely what makes their toys so damn attractive. They are more affordable than other brands, but they still retain good technical properties.
Every one of their products I had between my legs was good, if not great. Although some vibrators did not bring me to orgasm immediately, I was grateful for their quiet buzzing and the many options of different vibration strength levels.
Aside from their air pulse toys that I was head over heels in love with, Satisfyer toys were the first to dispel my doubts and disbelief in apps. Until then, I was mainly disappointed. Bluetooth connection caused many gray hairs. If, in rare cases, my phone immediately connected with the app, it was followed by a lengthy registration process. When I first tried the Satisfyer app, it felt like it was from another planet. And I'm not the only one. People complained when the Bluetooth connection of some of the most expensive toys did not work underwater as it should or did not work at all. As the connection improved immensely in other technical gadgets, erotic toys remained far behind.
Satisfyer entered the market with its application relatively late, but apparently at the right time. With the Bluetooth 5 connection and by comparing their own and the competition's products, they have discovered a recipe for the perfect bond between a toy and your phone. It was that simple. And even today, the app works flawlessly. At least it hasn't let me down yet. Some say the reason may lie that the companies that have been selling vibrators for decades had to suddenly learn how to join erotic toys and technology. Satisfyer did not have to deal with such obstacles as a young company.
A working app shot Satisfyer among the stars during the epidemic. That and the price of their erotic toys. It all seems too good to be true. Seamless connection of the application and the toy, quiet operation, air-pulse technology, beautiful packaging. Satisfyer is offering this for a reasonable fifty euros. If you catch their vibrators on sale, however, you'll get a solid vibrator for even less. While erotic accessories of other brands reach a price between one hundred and two hundred euros, Satisfyer prices didn't go up. Yet.
Although I probably repeat myself like a parrot or an annoying commercial, I am crazy about Satisfyer toys. That's not to say I was never disappointed with their vibrators, but far less than with others. They completely spoiled me up to a point when I get almost angry if I don't see the improvement or some sort of novelty. Nevertheless, I am grateful for their consistency and can't wait to test another Satisfyer's product.