Womanizer vs. Satisfyer vs. Lelo Sona: Best Clit Suction Stimulators Ranking

womanizer vs satisfyer vs sona guide

Womanizer vs. Satisfyer vs. Sona 2

Blow me?!? Have u ever wondered: What’s the difference between Womanizer vs. Satisfyer vs. Lelo Sona? I study & rank the 12 best Womanizer-style “clit suction vibrators” comparatively here, based on extensive testing. They’re all fiercely stimulating: going right for the clit & giving it everything they’ve got. Their pulsing technology has a certain passion about it—and I respect that.

These top clit “suction vibrators”1 all surround the clitoris and blow air out onto it. Their intensity levels range from “white & fluffy clouds” to “A tornado is coming!” I’ve never seen anyone describe precisely how Womanizer, Satisfyer, and Lelo Sona vary in terms of sensation, so I’ve spent two months analyzing the distinct feelings these “Pleasure Air” vs. “pressure wave” vs. “SenSonic” pulsators create. Plus my complete speed chart below ranks the intensity of each toy, with a dot for every single speed level.

A quick best-of:

Looking for info on how to use a Womanizer / get a good seal? Read this section first.

If you’re looking for *intense* + clit stimulation, then you’re in the right place! Only wand vibrators (ranking here) can compete with air pulsation toys for sheer orgasmic power.2 Womanizer vs. Satisfyer vs. Sona comparison

Womanizer vs. Satisfyer vs. Sona Sensation

Satisfyer vs. Womanizer, Womanizer vs. Sona—Do They Feel Different?

Yes, yes, they absolutely do! To explain the differences between Womanizer, Satisfyer, Sona, and Melt, I’ve devised a “thuddy vs. flappy” divide. It’s like the “rumbly vs. buzzy” dichotomy that sex bloggers often employ in vibrator reviews.

Thuddy pulsations have more impact and, to me, feel higher-quality—though others may prefer flappy pulsations, like how occasionally I’ll see someone specifically looking for surface-level (buzzy) vibrations. In summary:

  1. (New) Womanizer toys are, without fail, thuddy. Overall it’s thumpity-thump-thump, with a bit of flip-flappy-ness on the very highest intensities.
  2. Satisfyer pulsations are more flappy throughout. (To match, Satisfyer vibe motors are quite buzzy.) On higher levels, they sound more shrill—more like an electric toothbrush.
  3. The We-Vibe Melt is most sucky, with a good degree of thuddiness underneath.
  4. Lelo Sonas are vibro-pulsation. (I could’ve sworn mine had a vibrating motor too, for 20 seconds the first time I used it.) I get the “sonic waves” marketing, because Sona resounds a *little* deeper into the internal clit.

So how *fast* do they go?

Pulsation Intensity Chart

This chart marks the intensity of each pulsation function in each of my 12 best Womanizer style toys, with a dot. From slow (left side) to fast (right side), here’s how Womanizer, Melt, Sona, and Satisfyer stack up for air-pulse speed. Click to enlarge:

Womanizer vs Satisfyer vs Sona power

Do you love data as much as I do? Skip to my full comparative table for more info, including head/”mouth” size specs, decibel levels, mouth-firmness measurements, and Cliff Notes on each clit pulsator. Mini-reviews of each toy follow!

Womanizer Classic & Premium (#1)

Wait for my point here: So I’ve got this Lindt chocolate bar sitting on my desk, with the word “EXCELLENCE” written really big under the brand name.3 That’s how I feel about Womanizer: it’s a brand that makes excellent products.

Womanizer Classic and Premium are similar toys that I compare-contrast in detail here. The Classic is a beautiful toy, but I’m most sold on the Premium’s:

  • more-thuddy quality,
  • full silicone coating (and more color choices—5 shades!),
  • and upward-curved handle.

…Whereas Premium’s Smart Silence function doesn’t improve my experience. Premium’s other extra function, Autopilot, is an interesting add-on, but I wouldn’t pay an extra $70 for it and the silence feature alone. What makes Womanizer Premium worth its…well…*premium* price is its most-thumpy pulsation quality, plus the bit of extra power at the end.

That leads me to the other big difference between the two. Premium has a better speed range than Classic: 4 more pulsation speeds—a couple slower (and deeper!), and a final speed that surpasses Classic’s already WHOA intensity. If you enjoy either gentle, whispery build-up or super-thumping speed, then Premium is best for both.

Womanizer Classic: 9.5 out of 10 intensity, vs. Premium’s 10/10; Full comparison review here
Shop: Classic ($89.99) and Premium ($199)

We-Vibe Melt (#2)

The We-Vibe Melt is my first love in terms of air pulsation stimulators, and the reason this guide exists. Melt’s flexible oval mouth latches on and practically nibbles at my clit. I believe it’s the air pulsation stimulator that’s most like oral sex.4

The We-Vibe Melt’s shape is über-convenient: I love sitting on it while writing reviews (!!!) and it’s made to fit better between bodies during penis-in-vag sex. It’s much easier to use while squeezing around / lightly jerking a dildo, for example.

Left to right: Womanizer Premium, Womanizer Classic, We-Vibe Melt, & new Womanizer Pro 40.

And it’s hella strong: It starts faster than other Womanizer/Wow Tech products, and ends just as fast as Womanizer Premium. Levels 9 to 10 especially are insane: they lose some thuddiness, as the pulsations are *all in*. 

Last, Melt is the only clit pulsator that can be controlled remotely, including long-distance. You want your partner to really rock your clit from a thousand miles away? Then choose either the We-Vibe Melt or the Lovense Domi small wand.

We-Vibe Melt: 10 out of 10 intensity; Full review here
Shop We-Vibe Melt ($149.99)

Womanizer Liberty (#3, Tie)

The Womanizer Liberty matches Womanizer Classic’s next-to-highest level—and it’s more conveniently sized. I can totally close this thing between my thighs and use it hands-free. (I might even be doing so right now.)

Left to right: Womanizer Classic, Womanizer Premium, and Womanizer Liberty.

Liberty is the best value for thuddy Womanizer pulsations. You get a toy that reaches Womanizer Classic intensity #7 of 8, or Womanizer Premium intensity #10.5 of 12, for $30 and $100 cheaper, respectively. The downside? There’s a big jump between Womanizer Liberty functions #5 and #6. If you like to escalate more slowly on the higher end of the speed range, definitely pick up a Classic or Premium instead. (Premium has the widest intensity range overall.)

Like Classic and Premium, Liberty has the two barely-different-sized, removable mouths. Unlike either of those toys, it includes a plastic cover so you can not have the mouth exposed while you’re storing it or traveling with it.

And (unlike Womanizer Classic), Liberty’s available in 5 different colors! I’m loving the powder blue + silver accented one I own.

Womanizer Liberty: 9 out of 10 intensity; Full review here
Shop Womanizer Liberty ($99.00)

Lelo Sona 2 and Sona 2 Cruise (#3, Tie)

Deciding whether Lelo Sona 2 or Womanizer Liberty would place 3rd in this guide was tough. (I flipped a coin.) Liberty has an awesome thuddiness…but Sona 2’s pulsation quality is *something else*.

I call Lelo Sona 2 & Sona 2 Cruise “vibro-flutterers.” They have this “SenSonic” sonic wave technology that makes the pulsations feel totally different. It’s like a vibrating element added underneath the blowing air. Also, Sona is the only clit pulsator that offers patterns, lots of them.

The revamped Sona 2 & Sona 2 Cruise have a pulse plate that’s deeper into the hole, to avoid it accidentally grabbing anyone’s clit. (I feel 100% safe using the original Sona—but anatomy does vary.) The mouth in Sona 2 is fractionally wider, and has a slight upward-curved rim that I find less comfortable but am able to ignore once I get going. Indeed, all Lelo Sonas make me feel like crying, then coming hard.

So what’s the difference between the Sona and Sona Cruise?

  1. Cruise Control is the function that adds $30 to Sona 2’s price (Sona 2 is $99, Sona 2 Cruise is $129). Pressing Sona 2 Cruise’s mouth down makes the toy speed up. It’s interesting at first…but overall, rather than “ensuring that you enjoy consistent power and intensity,” Cruise Control makes Sona 2 Cruise’s speeds seem kinda unpredictable.
  2. Sona 2 Cruise doesn’t have as many steady speeds as plain Sona 2: I can only feel 4 in Sona 2 Cruise, vs. Sona 2’s 8.
  3. The Cruise version pulses faster on the top speeds. It consistently equals an intensity that Sona 2 only achieves intermittently on pattern #12—which I’ve nicknamed “JESUS FUCKING CHRIST” because it’s like a megaphone blow-vibrating my clit. It’s both extreme…and intriguing.

Both Sona 2 models start on high when you hit the + button, but you can dial it down to go as slow as Womanizer Classic speed #1. It doesn’t get as fast as Womanizer toys (besides Starlet 2), but it feels like MORE because of the whole SenSonic effect. I can feel Sona 2’s pulses running down the beginning of my clitoral shaft, rather than just the head. 💯

Lelo Sona 2: 9 out of 10 intensity, vs. 9.5/10 for Sona 2 Cruise; Full review here
Shop Lelo Sonas here ($69 to $129)

Satisfyer Luxury: Pret-a-Porter & High Fashion (#5 & 6)

IMO, Satisfyer Luxury clit pulsators are the best products Satisfyer has ever created. This brand, which began as a Womanizer imitator, has branched out by adding vibrations to their air-blowing devices. Prêt-à-Porter & Haute Couture (same toy, different colors) have leather and metallic accents, while High Fashion has a shiny brushed-aluminum exterior. In case you want to feel fancy while you’re getting your clit blown. 

I’m so excited to say Satisfyer Luxury pulsators have softer mouths than any other air pulsation toys. In particular, High Fashion’s silicone ring is almost gummy. And Prêt-à-Porter’s angled lip is a silky 10A-shore silicone—still quite forgiving. I commend Satisfyer for making this choice. I think it adds much comfort, gives a more natural feel. 

If you are a fan of gentleness, then High Fashion’s lower pulsation intensity will be a benefit. Prêt-à-Porter, in contrast, has the same top strength as Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation: a wide range (11 speeds) that starts and ends slightly lower than Womanizer Classic. 

By themselves, Satisfyer vibrations aren’t anything to write home about. Prêt-à-Porter/Haute Couture and High Fashion—though their pulsation strengths differ widely—both have 3 steady vibe speeds that start powerful and pretty buzzy. Plus 7 patterns, which I would ignore in a vibrating dildo, but that help me get off harder along with the clit pulsation. With the escalating patterns on top of strong pulsations—and the soft mouth!!!—the Satisfyer Prêt-à-Porter is really different and fun. That’s something I don’t say often.  

Satisfyer Prêt-à-Porter/Haute Couture: 9 out of 10 intensity; Satisfyer High Fashion: 7.5/10
Shop Satisfyer Luxury ($129.99 to $149.99)

Satisfyer Luxury Prêt-à-Porter, High Fashion; and Pro 3 Vibration (next).

Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration (& Pro 2 Vibration) (#7)

Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration has an almost tube-like shape, with deep hole. It’s almost like a vibrating masturbation sleeve for clits: It makes me wish mine stuck out, so I could fill the lightly textured channel and fuck it. Simply, Pro 3 Vibes has the biggest mouth of any air pulsator here. The black silicone is hollow for the last quarter inch, so you can cave it in.

The handle is angled well; it tilts upward just enough so I can lightly move Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration; mash the flexible opening into my mons, grind on it. As always, I gravitate toward the soft and flexible things, but anyone who wants a firm seal can check out the Satisfyer Pro 2 Vibration instead: it’s the Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation (=11 pulsation speeds) with 10 vibe functions added.

Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration and Pro 2 Vibration share the same pulsation intensity as Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Gen. Plus the vibrating motor feels the same as Satisfyer Luxury toys: 3 (buzzy) steady speeds and 7 pulsing and escalating patterns. I rank the vibe strength a 6.5 out of 10, like a mid-range-powerful bullet vibrator.

Satisfyer Pro 3 & Pro 2 Vibration: 9 out of 10 for pulsation intensity
Shop Satisfyer Pro Vibration here ($59.99)

Lovehoney Womanizer Pro 40 (#8)

The “Lovehoney X” Womanizer Pro 40 is what happens when a legend dies—then someone decides to open the tomb and stage a revival.

I’m not saying the Lovehoney Womanizer Pro 40 is a bad toy at all…I’m just not ever using it again, because I’ve experienced the Womanizer Premium. (Or Liberty is much better for me, and cheaper as well.) Womanizer Pro 40 does get as strong as Womanizer Classic, but has 6 speeds instead of 8. The pulsations also feel slightly less thuddy, and revived Pro 40 makes a rattling kinda noise on higher speeds.

If you were sold on the protruding, round mouth of the original Womanizer Pro 40 and want a replacement, check out this toy. Otherwise, I believe the newer-model Womanizers are more ergonomic: easier to hold and position. That said, vs. Satisfyer Pro 2, Womanizer Pro 40 does win for me—by a hair.

Lovehoney Womanizer Pro 40: 9.5 out of 10 intensity; Comparison w/ Womanizer Classic & Premium here
Shop Womanizer Pro 40 ($119.99)

Womanizer Pro 40 (back) vs. Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation (front)

Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation (#9)

The Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation is a popular, budget-friendly clit stimulator. Satisfyer air pulsators are uniformly lower-priced than Womanizer ones, but still come with a good speed range. Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation starts and ends maybe 5% slower than Womanizer Premium, with 11 speeds vs. Premium’s 12. Not much difference there.

This is the deciding factor, though: Satisfyer pulsations are more flappy than Womanizer ones. They feel a bit lighter-weight—all surface stimulation. Because of this and the Satisfyer Pro 2’s very large opening, thick mouth, and generally big head, I don’t enjoy this toy. It doesn’t fit me. The silicone is hard—not mouth-like at all, really.

If you also have a not-large, non-protruding clit (and/or puffy inner labia), keeping a seal with Satisfyer Pro 2 may seem like a chore. The Pro 2’s hole can fit up to the first joint of my middle finger inside, so it may serve bigger clits better.

If you are looking for a less-obstructive ring, for a lower price, then the Satisfyer Pro Penguin has a smaller one (and a smaller body overall), still with the same 11 pulsation speeds.

Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation: 9 out of 10 intensity
Shop Satisfyer Pro 2 NG ($49)

Womanizer Starlet 2 (#10)

The Womanizer Starlet 2 is the lowest-priced Womanizer. The pulsations are still thuddy enough. Starlet 2’s four speeds are a big improvement from the original Starlet’s only 2 speeds, that’s true. Starlet 2 doesn’t quite have the muscle the other Womanizers do—and really, not every needs the high power of the Womanizer Premium’s top levels.

I usually want to finish higher than Starlet 2 lets me, so I highly recommend paying $20 more for a Womanizer Liberty and its 2 extra, thuddy speeds. You’ll get a sleeker feel in hand, a storage cover, and approximately 30% more intensity. (Liberty is slightly shorter too!)

Womanizer Starlet Womanizer Liberty comparison crop

Womanizer Starlet 2 (left) vs. Womanizer Liberty (right).

Womanizer Starlet 2’s best point, though? It’s quiet! The most-silent air pulsation toy here. No one will hear it. Also, the azure blue color is gorgeous (and then there’s a coral-pink one).

Womanizer Starlet 2: 6 out of 10 for intensity
Shop Starlet 2 ($79.99)

Tracy’s Dog Clitoral Suction Vibrator (😱)

This dual-stimulating toy sells like wildfire on Amazon, so I accepted one in order to have an educated opinion.5 I do not recommend buying sex toys from Amazon in any situation, and the Tracy’s Dog Clitoral Suction Vibrator is a prime (no pun intended) example of why that is:

  • The product manual lists the materials as “ABS + Silica Gel.” YIKES. Silica gel is a desiccant: like in those little packets that dry out everything around them and come with “DO NOT EAT” warnings. Silica gel is porous and not a stable sex toy material. And silicone gel is used in breast implants. Liquid-injection-molded platinum silicone is what I *hope* this product is coated with… But if the manufacturer is confused about what its products are actually made from, do you really want to put them in/against your genitals?
  • The price point on this toy is too low. $43 for an air-pulse toy with a vibrating internal stimulator too? It’s suspicious. I wonder about the working conditions in the factory where it was produced.

The Tracy’s Dog (brand name even more poorly chosen than “Womanizer”) toy has not-bad pulsation speed, though getting a good clit-fit is mission impossible with me and the large circular opening. The internal arm bends, but isn’t flexible enough to let the clit nozzle rest on my clit when the vibes are on my G-spot. Surprise: the vibes are pretty rumbly. I liked them enough to try using the G-spot arm alone, but then the clit section was a hassle, torquing into my mons.

So this toy may be silicone, but no one outside the production facility really knows for sure. The Womanizer Duo is honestly the best alternative.6 I believe that within the next 2 years, trustworthy dual stimulators with clit pulsation (instead of vibration) will become much more affordable. In the meantime, I suggest picking up a good clit pulsator like Womanizer Liberty and pairing it with a smaller G-spot vibe or dildo: the Swan Wand Mini, Jopen Lust L2, and Uberrime Sensi spring to mind.

Bottom line: I am keeping the Tracy’s Dog toy in a separate storage bag because I don’t want it touching my definitely-body-safe sex toys. When it comes to buying low-priced toys on Amazon, you will not be getting a top-quality product. And I always recommend the best first.

Full Comparative Features Table

All the details! (For more on shore durometer/silicone hardness, see here.) If you’ve ever wondered, “Is the Satisfyer Pro 2 quiet?” I give complete decibel levels, measured in hand and against clit. (See a noise level chart here with real-life decibel equivalents.)

Click to enlarge tables:

And part 2, cuz it’s too much info!:

On *Fit*: How Do You Use a Womanizer / Satisfyer

Since they are very different from traditional vibes, often people wonder: How do you use a Womanizer toy? How does a Lelo Sona work? Well, Womanizer, Satisfyer, and Sona are meant to fit around the clitoris. They create a sort of seal. Quick tips:

  • Lube is essential! Much more comfortable with.
  • Spread your labia first.7
  • Find the highest intensity that doesn’t feel like TOO MUCH.
  • Alternate going up, then back down if you feel overstimulated.

Keep in mind: You do not actually have to get a perfect seal/vacuum to use these toys, especially if your clit is sensitive. But it will increase intensity if you do manage a tighter fit. You also do not need to have an exposed clitoris; the pulses can still stimulate strongly through the clitoral hood. To answer a question I had when I got into air pulsation testing: Womanizer toys do work effectively for buried clits too.

As mentioned, please use lube for more comfort, and to avoid irritation. With the air blowing outward, it’s so much better to be extra-super-duper wet when you start. A thick water-based lubricant will help.

We all have different stimulation preferences—so not everyone likes their clit treated the same way. Some like broader or more pinpoint stimulation; some like it to the right or left. (I like pressure underneath!) So getting the right fit may take some experimentation. Important questions before buying are: How wide do you want the mouth? How thick, and how hard? 

When Womanizer Pleasure Air stimulators first came out, their openings were all (almost totally)8 circular. Satisfyer toys still, and the revived Womanizer Pro 40, follow that trend. But in 2018, Womanizer began releasing toys with oval openings instead: noticeably longer than they are wide. The We-Vibe Melt followed suit. I believe this is a huge improvement because clitoral-size studies uniformly indicate that clitoral glandes (heads, the part that can be exposed) are longer than they are wide.9

Many users do enjoy circular openings too. (With their softer silicone, the Satisfyer Luxury toys’ circular openings are still pretty mouth-y.) For the most streamlined fit, however, an oval shape will suit more clits more precisely.

Size is also a potential issue: clits vary in size much like penises do. The best new Womanizer models—Classic, Premium, and Liberty—try resolving this by giving you two silicone heads. The size differences are small…but may help a bit. For full “mouth” size info, see the chart in the previous section. In brief, smallest is the Lelo Sonas (original, & then Sona 2 is just *barely* wider); and largest is Satisfyer Pro 3 Vibration, followed closely by Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Gen. & Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion.

Final tip: You may want to start slow!!! Do note that air pulsation clit stimulators are *A LOT*. Many clit-owners report coming hard and sometimes too fast, especially when they start using a Womanizer/Satisfyer. Sometimes these toys create multiple orgasms when the user thought that was something they couldn’t do. If you want a slower build-up or you’re one-and-done, then be gentle at first. Linger on the lower speeds. Go up in intensity…then back down for a little while. And repeat till you feel ready to come. Otherwise, air pulsators will practically extract the orgasms from you. Personally I’m most comfortable backing down a couple speeds right before I orgasm, because damn, this is strong stimulation!

How Do You Clean a Womanizer Toy / Is Satisfyer Pro Waterproof?

How do you clean a Sona Cruise / Womanizer / Satisfyer? Are these blowing-air toys waterproof?

Luckily, yes! All clit pulsators these days are waterproof. That means you can bring them into the bath or shower, no problem. And you don’t have to worry about washing them in the sink.

After getting them wet, shake the water out of their holes and let air-dry (especially if you ever keep your toys in an air-tight storage container). Models with removable silicone “stimulation heads” (a.k.a. mouths)—like all Womanizer and Satisfyer Pro 2—need to have their head removed after it gets wet, so that water doesn’t remain trapped in the crack between head and body.

Like all body-safe, waterproof toys, air pulsation stimulators can be sanitized to remove 99% of bacteria. Read about when and why to sanitize here. Rinsing with 10% bleach-water solution, or 70% isopropyl alcohol, are effective methods. (Then wash with soap and water afterward.) Removable silicone heads may also be boiled for 3 to 5 minutes in a pot on the stove.

Air pulsation toys—like all body-safe sex toys—do not require special cleaning sprays / toy cleaners. Like antibacterial hand soap, toy cleaners do no more than washing with plain soap and water.

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Notes

  1. Some vibrate, but most don’t. Exceptions—like most Satisfyers discussed below—are noted.
  2. But a wand’s strength is broader than these Womanizer “clit sucking” toys—which concentrate their efforts on the clitoral glans (head). Some people have a strong preference for broader stimulation, so it’s worth considering your personal preferences before buying.
  3. 90% cacao, baby. Gotta go intense with the chocolate too.
  4. Except, you know, it all stays in one place instead of moving around and licking. 😝
  5. I turned down money for a review, for the record. I only promote products & services that I would consider buying for myself, a partner, or a friend.
  6. I didn’t include it in this guide because clit-to-vag distance varies widely, and dual stimulators rarely work with my anatomy. Too many layers of complication.
  7. Especially if they’re fleshy / your clit doesn’t stick out.
  8. They’re very circular ovals, to be precise, just barely longer than wide.
  9. Some sources:

    • This 2018 study of 657 women gave mean clit width as 4.62 mm, vs. 6.89 mm length.
    • This 1992 study of 200 women measured mean width as 3.4 (+/- 1.0 mm), vs. 5.1 (+/- 1.4) mm length (standard deviation in parens).

One thought on “Womanizer vs. Satisfyer vs. Lelo Sona: Best Clit Suction Stimulators Ranking

  1. Ana

    November 12, 2019 at 12:42am

    Wow so much data!♥️ I’ve always known I’m not into full strength, but thanks to this lovely speed comparison chart now I know just how much, since I only use the first 3-4 speeds of my Satisfyer Pro 2 – thank you so much!

  2. twenty5th_night

    November 20, 2019 at 1:17am

    Huh, it’s really interesting that you rank the Melt as starting higher than the Sona; most of the stuff I’ve read online rates it as being the opposite. Guess it goes to show how everyone is different :).

    • Author

      Felicity

      November 21, 2019 at 6:58pm

      If you look at the chart again, Sona 2 starts lower than Melt—Sona 2’s first speed is comparable to Womanizer Classic’s first—whereas Sona 2 Cruise starts noticeably higher. So it just depends on which model one is talking about. And Sona 2 Cruise is also more powerful than original Sona Cruise, so that’s another variable that the reviews you’ve read may not have covered yet.

      Sona 2 and Sona 2 Cruise were both just released, and to my knowledge, my review is the first.

      • twenty5th_night

        November 21, 2019 at 11:12pm

        Sorry, I think maybe I was unclear in my comment. I did mean Sona instead of Sona 2; the assumption I made was that both the Sona and Sona 2 were comparable in terms of their first setting. The online shop I contacted was of the opinion that both the Melt and Womanizer Liberty were around the same intensity on the first level and lower than the Sona’s first level. I think that sentence makes sense…

        Have you tried the original Sona as well? Is that a correct assumption to make? Personally, I find the Sona’s first setting to be a bit too intense as well as the toy being overall quite noisy, so I’m in the market for something a bit quieter with a less intense first level and have been eyeing up the Melt and Liberty as candidates.

  3. John

    November 25, 2019 at 9:21am

    I love your detailed reviews! I too love data and comparison. I could use advice. My partner is usually on her back and I usually sit between her legs grab onto them and thrust for PiV. She’s unable to hold a toy because of a disability so I have to. We’ve tried wands but it’s hard to hold it on her clit while thrusting which means we have to stop and I need to try to get it in position again. We’ve tried Eva 2 and it doesn’t stay because it’s hard for it to get any purchase and it ends up causing pain when I try to get it more in place. We found these and she’s definitely interested but we’re wondering how well you think it will work given everything above? Really interested in the melt. Do you find that the head keeps your labia spread so it stays? Also can you recommend another toy that might help? Thanks!

    • Author

      Felicity

      November 26, 2019 at 10:03pm

      Thanks so much for the compliment!

      I need to either hold Melt or reposition it frequently to keep the seal optimal while being penetrated. My labia don’t really need to be spread once my legs are fully open, but I can’t imagine Melt keeping them back really effectively if they were larger.

      Honestly, I think a We-Vibe Sync is probably your best bet. It’s definitely worth the price over We-Vibe Match because Sync has adjustable joints plus a separate motor in the clit section. And it’s specifically designed to be hands-free (but without the interesting wings like Eva—which I haven’t tried but myself but which kinda scares me).

  4. Ryan Nolloth

    February 15, 2020 at 12:20pm

    Wife and i are looking at getting one of these types of toys.With that said, We have the doxy die cast, doxy 3. And Hitachi magic wand. And the wife uses all of them on full power/speed. Would these get the job done so to speak? She doesn’t like a slow build up, edging etc. She loves to get to orgasm as quickly as possible and as many as possible. Typically 2-3 times in 6-7 minutes.

    • Author

      Felicity

      February 22, 2020 at 5:26pm

      Hi, I’m so sorry I missed your comment last week!

      Air pulsation toys *generally* are known to produce very fast clitoral orgasms. (Not everyone is the same, but this is true of most people.) They really seem to pull the orgasms out.

      I would definitely recommend We-Vibe Melt as the one that makes me come the fastest. It doesn’t start as gentle as Womanizer Premium, which is so light (“fluttery” is the best word) on the first couple speeds. I like that about Melt, it doesn’t mess around.

  5. Clara

    March 4, 2020 at 9:32pm

    Thanks so much for this! Just a question: why is the right-most dot on the Sona not connected to the rest of the line? I ask because, I have both the Sona and the Satisfyer Pro 2 NG. I really want to like the Sona because it’s gorgeous and silicone and probably the superior toy, but the highest setting might not be high enough for me. The Satisfyer gets me off more easily.

    That said, I now have the Melt and it just might be my holy grail of sex toys (and I’ve tried many). Even the eroscillator and Magic Wand don’t come close to getting me off as consistently.

    • Author

      Felicity

      March 5, 2020 at 4:41am

      Hi, thanks for reading! So the disconnected dot on Sona 2 represents the MASSIVE leap up in power that only occurs on this one wild patterned setting, function #12. I talk about function #12 a few times in my separate Sona 2 vs. Sona 2 Cruise review. It’s like function #8, the last one, on the original Sona except stronger. (But still not as strong as Melt’s top speed!)

      I’m glad you love Melt too, it’s definitely my favorite.

  6. Linda

    March 25, 2020 at 3:50pm

    Hi. I am brand new to any sex toys. I am 61 and very fit but lately finding it harder to climax with my hubby. I read all your info and finding it difficult to choose between womanizer and melt. I like multiple organism that builds.

    • Author

      Felicity

      March 25, 2020 at 5:53pm

      Understandable, all these toys do seem very hard to tell apart until you actually use them!

      I think almost any Womanizer (minus Starlet, which is weaker) and as well as Melt are capable of producing multiple and drawn-out orgasms.

      Womanizer Premium is the most “building” toy for me because it does start quite low. The pulsations are SO light on the first few speeds.

      But if you have any interest in using the toy at the same time as vaginal penetration, Melt is 10x easier. It’s just shaped so much better, IMO. I’m also a massive fan of how the silicone in Melt’s mouth is more flexible, I think it’s most comfortable.

      Hope this helps! Let me know if you have more questions.

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