Comparison: pressure wave clitoral stimulators
I have been soaking in water for the last few days. It wasn't the sea, which. I was the closest to swimming in the ocean when I took three swings in the too-warm river Kolpa, which, ironically, still made me shiver. Once in the house, I stood in the shower for half an hour every day until the much-awaited rain. But water followed me to bed -all the clitoral stimulators with pressure waves brought me to tears.
As I wrote several clitoral stimulator reviews and used them at different times, it was time to test every single one in just a few days, and maybe I could find something interesting about them that I overlooked. I spent a good hour looking through boxes for them. When I thought I had everything, I closed the box and hit the road. A few hours later, I was sad to find out that Sona had stayed at home. But it was okay. When I returned home, we spent some quality time together.
Besides Sona, who was not destined for a trip to another bed, I have tested five clitoral stimulators over the past years: Satisfyer Pro 2 stimulator, Satisfyer Pro 3, the Satisfyer Curvy 1+, ShuShu, and the recently purchased Redrose. Only one of them failed to bring tears to my eyes, even though I cried like a drunk teenager in a club toilet all day. The honor went to ShuShu - the hedgehog.
Everything was wrong with this clitoral stimulator, although the combination of gold-color plastic and green silicone made it the most attractive to my eye. Still, the latter was also starting to wear off on its belly. Just imagine how it would look like if I had used it regularly. I think the ravages of time would destroy it much earlier. The muzzle is very narrow compared to other clitoral stimulators. I could barely get the tip of my pinky finger into it, so I unclogged it and put it on the clitoris. Since I was testing it as third, I had already mentally prepared myself for tears.
After pressing the button persistently, I realized that it only had one level of the pressure wave. I was even optimistic that I could make it this time, but I didn't. There was not a single tear, not below the waist nor on my face. I recommended it for beginners, and that's true, but you might be better off buying another affordable clitoral vibrator with a bit more imagination, even if its looks are only average.
I have tested two Satisfyer vibrators before this one. To be honest, there are no significant differences between them. They both have eleven levels of pressure waves, which can be accompanied by one of ten vibration programs. It is accurate, and I mean it, that the vibrations relieve the unpleasant sensation provoked by the pressure waves, which result in me as a stream of tears until it becomes so pleasurable that orgasm is inevitable.
Satisfyer Pro 2
Since Lelo Sona, my first pressure wave stimulator was not there, I started my holiday journey with the Satisfyer Pro 2 stimulator. It is the only Satisfyer pressure wave stimulator where you can change the silicone head when it wears out and the only one with control buttons on the outer side of the handle, which was annoying, like a bumpy road when you urgently have to pee. Nevertheless, the Satisfyer Pro 2 beat its younger brothers with the length of the suction nozzle. It has the shortest one out of the three, so I hit an uncomfortable feeling already at the third level, and my vision grew blurrier by the second until I closed my eyes and let the tears pour. This time, also below the waist.
Satisfyer Pro 3
I achieved the same with the Satisfyer Pro 3 vibrator, but it took a bit longer, and I needed the tenth level of pressure wave to reach an orgasm. I blame it on the longer suction nozzle. The buttons are placed on the inner side this time, which would have made it easier to operate if only they hadn't been black as the whole vibrator.
Satisfyer Curvy 1+
This feature has been improved in the Curvy 1+ stimulator, which managed to bring tears to my eyes at level nine. Being one of the newer clitoral stimulators, it would be strange if it didn't offer something that the other two don't. They added one vibration pattern and linked the toy to the app, opening the door to a new world that I didn't know before.
Satisfyer Love Triangle
Lastly, I tested the Satisfyer Love Triangle, which is a bit of a mix of the above-mentioned Satisfyer vibrators. After Pro 2 and 3, this is the third stimulator with eleven pressure wave programs and ten vibration levels. Probably one was taken away at the expense of the cap that protects the suction nozzle from dirt. As with the older stimulators, the buttons are entirely misplaced and poorly visible. On the other hand, it's good that, like the Curvy 1+ , it can be controlled via an app.
The Unihorn Redrose is an absolute machine among all those tested vibrators. Although, like the ShuShu, it has only one button, the same length, and a slightly wider suction cup, it offers much more. A lot more. Despite having only three suction power levels and seven patterns, this clitoral stimulator is the most powerful of them all. The second level was enough to make me shed tears three times - twice between my legs and once down my face.
When I returned home and picked up Sona, it was raining again. The length and width of the suction cup are similar to the Redrose stimulator and ShuShu, the hedgehog. The buttons have been placed on the right side, and you can increase or decrease the strength of each pressure wave pattern. The orgasm I experienced wasn't epic, but it wasn't just like any orgasm. It was excellent with a plus.
The Ferrari of clitoral stimulators, at least in terms of price, is Sona, followed by the Satisfyer Pro 2, the oldest of the Satisfyers, Pro 3, ShuShu, Love Triangle, Unihorn Redrose , and Satisfyer Curvy 1+. This order demonstrates that expensive isn't always the best, and cheap isn't always the worst. The low-priced one that has ranked the highest is Unihorn Redrose . Even Sona couldn't beat it.