Satisfyer to Release 5 New Vibrators in October
LOS ANGELES — Satisfyer has announced that it will begin offering its pressure wave vibrators starting in late October of this year.
According to the company, the Satisfyer line has been designed and developed for every target group and every budget by renowned product designers in Europe, with retail prices ranging from $39.99 to $89.99, for the high-end Satisfyer Pro 2.
In contrast to some competitive products, no liquids, lubricants or water can get into the hole in the device’s head in any of these models and thus partially remain in the interior (the so-called “second inner chamber”), with the pending Satisfyer patent making this second inner chamber unnecessary.
“Only our technology, with one single chamber and a large opening, enables a complete removal of any incoming liquids, lubricants or water,” exclaims product developer Dr. Karen Maeder. “[It] is therefore 100 percent hygienic and safe!”
“Following the incredible success of Satisfyer Pro 2, in particular after the whisper mode that had been launched shortly before, we would like to offer our leading technology to an even broader target group. For this, we have aligned our design, price point and sales markets to satisfy the various requirements,” explains Satisfyer VP of Sales Jerome Bensimon. “For instance, with a retail price of $69.99, our playful Satisfyer Pro 2 Penguin design targets customers who are young and demanding, yet cannot easily afford $100 for a high-end toy.”
Bensimon says that Satisfyer is particularly proud of the fact that it can offer its technology in two devices for $39.99 $49.99 respectively, and by using standard batteries without any compromises — and notes these two designs promise significant sales in emerging markets.
“On the other hand, we have our rechargeable Satisfyer Pro 2, Pro Deluxe and Pro Penguin models, which have a retail price of $89.99, $79.99 and $69.99,” Head of European Sales Sabine Schuchardt adds. “[These] also consist of a sophisticated design, unbeatable technology, high margins for specialist trade and even more affordable prices for customers in the key markets such as Europe, Japan, Australia, Canada, U.S., and South America.”