Satisfyer’s getting all gussied-up with the Luxury High Fashion.
Their main deal is pressure wave technology. This tech provides touchless clitoral stimulation, which makes your clitoris feel like it’s being sucked by air (think futuristic touch-free cunnilingus). I’ve always found that, compared to conventional vibrators, this technology provides orgasms quicker, plus allows you to keep going for 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc, because it doesn’t oversensitive the clitoris like physical touch does.
Enter the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion. It’s currently Satisfyer’s most expensive toy on the market at $139 USD, and I have a weakness for luxury, so here goes.
The Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion hasn’t fallen far from Satisfyer’s design tree. It looks similar to older models like the Satisfyer 2, and I’m a fan. It’s large enough to hold comfortably, yet it’s still sleek and streamlined. The controls are in an intuitive spot along its back, and the silicone head is deliciously squishy and soft.
What I like most is that the body is made from brushed aluminum. It feels extravagant and unnecessary, but oh-so-glorious. There’s a nice weight to it too. These toys are usually all ABS plastic but, in this case, only its controls are plastic.
The Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion technically also functions as a vibrator as well. There are two motors in this toy, one for suction and one for vibration. I’ll discuss both features down below in My Experience.
One thing to note is that the head on the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion isn’t removable like many suction toys. Many previous models have come with removable heads, but this time you just get one that can’t be removed.
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How to Use the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion
- To use it, nestle your clitoris inside the hollow opening of the Satisfyer’s head/tip. The more air-tight, the better. I recommend getting it in place first before turning it on.
- To turn on the suction pressure waves, press the + button for 2 seconds. The pressure waves will start at their lowest mode.
- Keep pressing + to cycle through all 11 suction levels.
- Press + again for 2 seconds to turn off all suction.
- To start vibration mode, hit the circular ~ button for 2 seconds. Keep pressing it to cycle though all 10 vibration modes. Press the ~ button again for 2 seconds to turn off vibration.
- You can have suction and vibration going on at the same time.
Satisfyer has certainly upped their packaging game. The Luxury High Fashion comes in a sturdy, black, high quality and textured box. It’s neat, tidy, and simple, but still feels luxurious, which makes this great for gifting.
Inside the box, you receive a short instruction pamphlet, a USB charging cable, the High Fashion toy itself, and a velvet drawstring pouch that can house everything. The Satisfyer products I’ve reviewed in the past never came with any storage pouch, so this is great.
Material and Care
The body of the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion is made of aluminium (with a bit of ABS plastic at the buttons). The non-removable head is made from premium silicone. This makes this toy bodysafe and non-porous (yay!).
To clean, I wash with warm, soapy water before and after each use.
To charge, use the USB charging cable provided in the box. Charging time is approximately 4 hours, and a full charge will get you about 70 minutes. That’s not ideal, but mine seems to work fine with just partial charges (I never have enough patience to wait full 4 hours).
This toy is waterproof (rating IPX7). This means that the product can be immersed in water up to 30 minutes, up to a depth of 1 meter. In other words, you can use this fine in the bathtub, but don’t exceed 30 minutes.
If you’d like to use lubricant, choose a good quality water-based lubricant like my fave, Sliquid H2O.
My Experience with the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion
It’s been a long time since I’ve reviewed a Satisfyer product. I’ve been Team Womanizer out of principal because they came out with this tech in the first place, but over the last few years suction pressure wave toys have trickled into most mainstream brands. Satisfyer was the first to duplicate the technology in their extremely popular Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation, which I reviewed and loved over two years ago. Since then, the brand has pumped out an immense amount of toys, but I haven’t touched one until now.
At $139 USD, the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion is a great deal more pricey than the modest, older $59 USD Satisfyer Pro 2. Let’s see if it’s actually any better in use.
1. Squishy head! First off, I LOVE Satisfyer’s new soft silicone head on the Luxury High Fashion. This head is much squishier than the head on the Satisfyer Pro 2, which makes my clitoris feel like it’s nestled in premium expensive cushions. The downside is that it’s non-removable, which means if somehow you manage to damage it, you can’t simply buy a replacement head. In contrast, the Satisfyer Pro 2’s head is fairly hard, which doesn’t feel as luxurious but has the upside of being removable, and therefore replaceable.
2. The Luxury High Fashion is quieter. The Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion is much, much quieter than the Satisfyer Pro 2. You’ll have no problem using this behind closed doors, so if you have roommates, have zero fears.
3. The Luxury High Fashion has a vibrating function, but does that matter? Older, more basic Satisfyer models like the Pro 2 don’t vibrate as well as provide suction. The Luxury High Fashion is trying to switch things up by adding a vibrating motor, but I’m not impressed by it. The vibrations are weak and surface level, and don’t get me anywhere. So if this is your only deciding factor, you may as well go with the cheaper Satisfyer Pro 2.
4. The Luxury High Fashion is no stronger than the Satisfyer Pro 2. I cranked each toy up to full suction strength and did a blind test, but couldn’t tell the difference in terms of strength alone. In other words, 100% feels the same as with the Satisfyer Pro 2. But just so I’m clear, the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion feels fantastic. I don’t need to crank it up to 100% because even the mid-levels are strong enough for quick, effortless orgasms. The sensation is a thuddy, pulling kind of suction, one that the body reacts to very very quickly. In other words, it didn’t need to be stronger than the older Satisfyer Pro 2.
5. The Luxury High Fashion is prettier than the Satisfyer Pro 2. Appearance-wise, the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion wins, hands down. It’s shaken off Satisfyer’s bronzed look (which always made the toy look like it was from a 1960s science fiction T.V. show), and gone with a modern, fresh, brushed silver look. It’s also more sleek and looks and feels more expensive.
The Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion is a prettied-up, fancy version of the beloved older Satisfyer Pro 2. While it’s not any stronger than the Pro 2, it doesn’t need to be, and it comes in a gorgeous brushed aluminum body that gives it weight and luxe. It’s much quieter than the Pro 2 as well, and overall would made for a much more impressive gift to yourself or a loved one over the older Satisfyer Pro 2.
That being said, I wasn’t a fan of the vibrating function, and it’d be nice if the head was removable and replaceable. If you’re just looking for an inexpensive, powerful suction toy, you may as well go for the older Satisfyer Pro 2 for $59 USD. But if you have some spare cash and want to be decadent, consider upgrading to the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion.
You can buy the Satisfyer Luxury High Fashion at SheVibe! At the time of posting, it’s $139 USD.