Satisfyer Sexy Secret Review vs. Satisfyer Little Secret Panty Vibrators

Secret vibrators… Satisfyer’s new Bluetooth toys the Satisfyer Sexy Secret and Little Secret are made for wearing in public. Date night vibrators, if you like; for teasing as you’re out, and maybe orgasms without anyone knowing — except you and your partner. (And if you’re not into that: you can wear these Satisfyer vibrators around your home instead, like for foreplay!) So how do these wearable Bluetooth vibrators perform? This review compares Satisfyer Sexy Secret vs. Satisfyer Little Secret: they’re extremely similar, with the main differences being the separate remote control and the magnetic clip location. More importantly, I’ll rate the Satisfyer “Secret” vibes’ power versus other panty vibrators, and give you the low-down on the Satisfyer app’s connectivity for public sex toying.

Satisfyer Sexy Secret vs. Little Secret Differences

These two Satisfyer vibrators for hands-free clitoral stimulation have the same shape as each other, and the same motor inside too. So they’re a lot alike. But besides being different colors, the Satisfyer Sexy Secret vs. Little Secret are different because:

  1. Little Secret’s magnet is slightly stronger (but still far from foolproof), vs. Sexy Secret’s that falls off cotton underwear with minimal movement;
  2. Little Secret has a separate remote, so you can skip the app & Bluetooth connection if desired; and
  3. Little Secret’s control button is bigger and easier to press blind (without looking at the vibrator).
Satisfyer Sexy Secret vs. Little Secret Magnetic clip placement

The “wine” / burgundy color of Sexy Secret is cute, though I got attached to the golden clip of the Little Secret before it went AWOL (see my experience on that later in this review). First, what are these two vibrators like in terms of other features, and how to use the Sexy Secret?

Satisfyer Sexy Secret Features: Power & Functions

This section applies to both the Sexy Secret and the Little Secret, as they do share the same motor.

Both Secret panty vibrators have 10 built-in functions: 3 steady speeds, and 7 patterned ones. Speed #1 has some rumbliness; speeds 2 and 3 move toward being a bit buzzier. I would rate the Satisfyer Sexy Secret ($34.95) & Little Secret ($40.95) as a 5/10 for power vs. other vibrators, so very middle of the road. Versus other panty vibrators, it’s weaker on all steady speeds than the Lovense Ferri ($99; 6.5/10 on top power); and the We-Vibe Moxie ($129.99; 6/10 on top power). Not everyone needs *strength*, so the Satisfyer panty vibes’ much lower price may be an exceptional bargain if you’re a “gentle stimulation” kind of person.

The Sexy Secret and Little Secret are curved up to provide more direct clitoral stimulation; and then there’s a round “bullseye” shape that should sit on the vulva / outside the vagina. I do wish the rings didn’t exist there, as they make it harder to clean either Secret panty vibrator; fluids dry and get trapped. Alternately, you can insert the upward-curving “head” just inside the vagina, and the flat part will rest against the labia and clitoris. I crave vaginal stimulation and my clit is close to my vagina, so the latter “that’s not what it’s designed for” placement actually feels better to me and was the way I was trying to use the Sexy Secret before I realized that was “backwards.” Try both directions if you’re not sure! I did do my out-in-public testing with the Secret panty vibrators facing the “normal” way, with the curve resting in front of my clitoris. The body of both vibrators is quite flexible! So the clitoral bump isn’t super-firm, and doesn’t poke me.

Satisfyer Little Secret vibrator flexible body + magnetic clip
Satisfyer Little Secret’s flexibility, with the “clit bump” bent backward slightly. Magnetic clip detached, resting on my little finger. In theory, it should sit on the outside of your underwear, while the vibrator’s inside against your vulva.

Both Satisfyer vibrators are waterproof submersible and USB magnetic rechargeable, with 2 (or slightly more) hours of run-time after you recharge fully.

My Satisfyer Sexy Secret / Little Secret Experience

So I’ve had the Sexy Secret since March 2021, five months now; and I do think it’s a good budget option for public play. The app is good, and the vibrations are decent (but not strong).

Satisfyer-Sexy-Secret-Panty-vibrator

As someone who needs either high-powered / rumbly vibrations, or some kind of motion (grinding or thrusting) to orgasm hard, I would not choose to play with the Satisfyer Sexy Secret or Little Secret alone, for solo fun. I can come on the Sexy Secret or Little Secret, but it’s an effort, and the vibe strength isn’t enough to Satisfy 😝 me fully. This is a teasing sex toy, more than anything.

If you are planning on wearing this toy out in public — especially the Sexy Secret for #1 — I have a couple tips for you:

  1. Forget the magnetic clip exists. You will lose it. Don’t bother, just sit the vibe in your underwear.
  2. Sync it to one phone; do not use the Long Distance function, which requires video calls for control to happen.

Here’s how I learned about these perils….

Trial #1, April 2021: Inconsistent Connection

The first time I tried the Sexy Secret was back in April 2021, and we had a couple annoying connection issues. Since then, Satisfyer has been smart to upgrade the app so that it does NOT cut out if your phone screen shuts off, or if you try using another app or taking a phone call. That’s a relief, because my first time playing with Sexy Secret in public was rocky: I went on a trip to the museum with a friend with benefits. Dinosaur skeletons bore me quickly, so I was eager for some enliving entertainment while touring the fossils.1 BUT, there was a glitch. I went to pee before we entered the exhibit — and, while pulling my underwear back up, the Sexy Secret’s magnetic clip fell off and landed on the bathroom floor. YUCK. I picked it up, jammed it in an outside purse pocket and washed my hands, then trudged out the door and told my friend I was annoyed the clip had fallen off already. I summarized: the Sexy Secret’s vibrations weren’t bad, the shape was pretty good, but the magnet needed to be better.

It got worse. He misunderstood what I was saying and thought that the Sexy Secret vibrator had died. We’d previously synced it directly to his phone, while I was sitting in his utility van2 in the museum parking lot. To do that, I’d had to go into my Settings and Bluetooth, and remove the Sexy Secret from my phone first. All this because, if I’d sent him a “Long Distance” pairing request, we’d have had to have a video call going throughout the control.

Fast-forward to the museum interior again. About 10 minutes went by before I got bored enough to ask this dude to play with the vibrations — by which point his phone had gone to sleep, and disconnected from the Sexy Secret as a result. I would’ve been forced to reach into my underwear to hold down the power button, and re-pair the Bluetooth, before he could control the Satisfyer Sexy Secret again. Not something that’s easy to do discreetly in public.

So we tried again after the museum and lunch. (I picked the restaurant; I may be a food critic as well.) We were walking through a nearby garden area, a nicely appointed park. He toyed with it for about five minutes while we inspected the statues and flowers, and watched other people. Then he took a phone call, which made the Sexy Secret cut out as well. I managed to find a discreet-enough area to reach down into my pants and resync the thing. The connection cut out on us two other times during a 45-minute period. But eventually we found ourselves on a park bench, off to the side, and he ramped up the vibration and told me to come. I did, because I’m a natural pleaser; stuck my lip out, tried not to moan. It was fine. I wanted more. I wished I was being penetrated afterward, but maybe that’s just me. The Sexy Secret really was a huge tease for me, and for him too because I didn’t have the time to play with him afterward.3

Trial #2, August 2021: Better, But Magnet Issues Still

I kept putting off trying the Little Secret. I mean, it’s essentially the Sexy Secret but with a handheld remote (and a shinier magnetic clip). When I first opened the Little Secret, I’d thought the new clip position — forward, near the clit bump; rather than a big circle on the vaginal side of the Satisfyer Secret vibrator — would be a big improvement on the Little Secret. It seemed stronger when I wore the Little Secret around just hanging out in my room. For maybe half an hour, it stayed in place well while I was packing a bag for the weekend (till I removed it). When I went out, though, I made the mistake of wearing the Little Secret panty vibe alongside garters with metal rings on them. The Satisfyer’s magnet-clip detached itself as soon as I started walking, to stick to the larger amount of metal in those rings. (We’ll blame my friend; she had declared it “goth night” since we were going out on Friday the 13th.) I put the Little Secret’s golden clip back on my lacy thong, hoped for the best, and hopped in a truck with my friends. Versus my first Satisfyer public play experience, I felt more comfortable that we all would be out somewhere everyone had consented (and even paid) to be in a sexualized environment — rather than walking around a store or a park where minors would likely be present, which puts me on edge and kills the fun.

Satisfyer Little Secret Review, Panty Vibrator with app control
Spot the Sexy Secret in the center of the thong… Underwear is mine, not included with toy purchase.

My new boyfriend-candidate was on hand to operate the Little Secret, this time paired to my phone. I’d forgotten the Little Secret’s handheld remote existed, since we’d been playing with Lovense toys recently. He must be doing something right, because “letting your significant other have your cell phone” is like mega-trust level these days. Anyway, the Little Secret’s remote is functional enough (works about 25 feet away), and it may be something you want if you’d like to keep your cell phone out of the picture, or to be sure you have no problems pairing the vibrator to the phone.

Our connection cut out about 5 minutes into the clubbing, so I needed to roam around inside my underwear and hold that power button down. No problem here!

The connection stayed stable after that, for about 90 minutes until I turned the Satisfyer Little Secret off. Partway through, I realized its golden clip was gone. I checked my garters. I asked if anyone had seen it. But it was gone: Into thin air. No worries, though, the vibrator was still sitting in place fine. The Satisfyer Little Secret’s design is ergonomic enough that it didn’t fall out. It just sat inside my black thong and vibrated while I talked to people: About where they were from, about traffic in Austin and Atlanta, about their BDSM likes and (sheer curiosity) their Fetlife experience, about Brazilian waxing (since I met an actual Brazilian, again!), etc., etc. I wore the Little Secret out on the dance floor and was impressed by other women’s ass-shaking. The Satisfyer panty vibrator stayed put just fine, despite the missing magnet. But the vibration pretty quickly blended in; I got used to it and was focusing on all the happenings around me. Finally, I was sitting across from my new boyfriend; he had the vibration on loop, since no one wants to be dragging their finger up and down continuously for that long. And I was tired of the higher-intensity vibration after wearing the Little Secret around. It wasn’t wide enough to make me orgasm, but it was too strong to wear for hours.

Really, I need a little more to accompany the Satisfyer Little Secret’s and Sexy Secret’s intensity. I need my partner to be sitting right next to me, and touching my thighs, and hopefully even putting their hand on the vibrator on my crotch; telling me they want me to enjoy it. That’s much sexier than simply having this level of moderately strong vibration resting against my clit. Personally, I need movement, I need desire; I need more action. YMMV = Individual strength needs will of course vary; I’m sure some people with clits can come more easily on the Satisfyer panty vibrators, and still others will need even more vibration power than I do. Could I have played with these toys more? Yes. But if I’m at home, I’ll choose a toy that can finish stronger; and if I’m in “public” (that is, adult-oriented clubbing), I’ll choose the Lovense Lush 2 (not Lush 3) first.

Overall Satisfyer Secret Panty Vibrator Recap

I think the Satisfyer Sexy Secret and Satisfyer Little Secret are decent vibrators *if* you don’t need a ⚡power-vibe⚡ or broad stimulation to orgasm clitorally. OR, they’re ideal if you’re just looking for teasing in public (before you go home for more intense sex play and orgasms). Really, it’s their low price that makes these Satisfyer panty vibes stand out, at $34.95 and $40.95. Rare is it to find a Bluetooth / app-controlled vibrator with a decent app for under $50.

The Satisfyer app remains attractive and functional, though Lovense toys offer the more stable connection for most users. You might expect to have your Satisfyer Connect vibrator cut out occasionally while playing in public — though not as much as in previous versions of the app, early 2021, where you’d lose connection if you tried to do anything else on your phone besides operate the Satisfyer app. If you are concerned about needing to re-pair (you gotta hold down the control button on the vibrator body to do so!), then do choose the Satisfyer vibe with the separate remote control, Little Secret, to avoid Bluetooth connectivity issues altogether.

Find discounted Satisfyer Secret vibes here.

Read my full panty-vibrator comparison guide here.


NOTES

0/5 (0 Reviews)
  1. Really, I’m all about the art museums. The dead-bones trip was his idea. Symbolically, this relationship didn’t last.
  2. Listen, I don’t have a Mercedes or anything, but I will admit to being a tad… let down by being taken out in a boxy van with cracked windshield.
  3. Meaning, the chemistry really was not there for me, though I appreciated his valiant efforts with this vibrator.

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