Ever tried a vibrator that claims to be made for “all” bodies or says it offers customizable sensations, only to be disappointed when, once again, it does neither?
New Toy to Know: Satisfyer Multifun 3
Satisfyer feels your pain.
That’s why they created a truly unique experience for all bodies, alone or partnered, with the Satisfyer Multifun 3.
At a quick glance, the Multifun 3 looks like a typical vibrator wand but lean in a bit. This isn’t your grandma’s vibrator. It’s unique design, moveable parts, and multiple motors means every inch of the Multifun 3 can make you or a partner feel AH-MAZING -- in any erogenous zone.
Use it alone. Play with a partner. Any genital pairing, any gender pairing, any body with erogenous zones that get turned on with vibrations can enjoy the Satisfyer Multifun 3.
What Makes the Multifun 3 so Unique?
Why is the Multifun 3 the vibrator that might make you rethink battery-powered pleasure? Let us count the ways…
- The head -- with it’s two vibrating arms -- rotates 180 degrees. Instead of wishing a vibrator had a better angle to reach your hotspot, the Multifun 3 moves to accommodate your unique curves.
- The Multifun 3 includes three independent motors -- one in each arm and another in the shaft. Each motor can be controlled separately, which means you have 100 vibration combinations to choose from to find exactly what lights you up and gets you off.
- Satisfyer says there are at least 33 different ways to use the Multifun 3 as a solo sex toy or with a partner. You can use their suggestions to get started or let your imagination go wild and come up with your own unique way to play.
- The Multifun 3 is designed to stimulate the clitors, g-spot, anus, penis, testicles, nipples, and any place in or on your body where vibrations feel good.
Twist and turn the Multifun 3 against your body. Comb through the settings for each motor.
Make this vibrator one that suits your unique needs and shape, instead of forcing yourself to take what you can get from it. Satisfyer’s latest vibrator is fun in multiple ways and for multiple people.
Professional writer, sex blogger, erotic author, sexual submissive, and kinkster, Kayla writes more than is probably healthy over at A Sexual Being and overshares about the kinky and mundane side of her BDSM relationship. Her mission: to make BDSM, specifically Dominance and submission, less scary, less weird, and much more real and attainable for anyone willing to learn more.