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Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Review

Tested & Rated with Methodology v1.0

Overall Score

7.5

What is it:

How generally good the mini or bullet vibrator is. It’s a weighted average of the vibrator’s performance in these areas.

Scoring Factors:

7.5

18%

Power Range

6.7

17%

8.1

15%

5.5

13%

7.3

10%

9.2

10%

7.4

8%

Build Quality

8.8

8%

10.0

1%

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Performance Ratings

MAX VIBRATION POWER
6.7
POWER RANGE
7.5
RUMBLINESS
5.5
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
8.1
USE DURING SEX
7.3
NOISE
9.2
BUILD QUALITY
7.4
BATTERY LIFE
8.8
CLEANING
10.0

Our Verdict

The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5’s power ranges from gentle to mid-strength, with a primarily buzzy feeling. Its affordable price makes it a reasonable contender for those overstimulated by high intensity and who prefer buzzy vibrations over rumbly ones. If you prefer more power, then the Blush Limited Addiction is a better option at the same price point – its strength ranges from medium to extreme with a similarly buzzy feel.

Or if you want more power and rumbliness, the Pillow Talk Racy is an excellent option if you can bump your budget up slightly.

The Satisfyer 5 has reasonable performance in other areas for its price. It’s very quiet, waterproof, and has almost 2 hours of battery life. I find its unique oval shape a little awkward but still comfortable during solo use. I have some trouble keeping consistent clitoral contact during sex, though. Overall, I recommend this bullet if you’re on a budget and prefer mild to mid-strength, buzzy vibrations.

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Pros

  • One of the cheapest bullet vibrators with reasonable performance
  • Long battery life (nearly 2 hours on high)
  • Good range of mild to mid-strength power levels

Cons

  • No intense settings
  • Moderately buzzy vibrations - many people prefer rumbliness
  • Awkward shape can be tricky to use during sex
  • The button is difficult to press

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Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 with other bullet and mini vibrators in background

The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 is a budget bullet vibrator. It’s one of several similar options in Satisfyer’s Ultra Power Bullet lineup of affordable bullets. It’s made of body-safe silicone with a plastic base and has a one-button control system. It has 5 intensity levels and 7 vibration patterns. Unlike the Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 8, this one is not app-controlled.

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You can filter this table by products’ performance and price using our comparison table tool here.

The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 is a good cheap bullet vibrator, but only if you prefer mid-strength, buzzy vibrations. If you want more intensity, the Blush Limited Addiction is a better cheap bullet vibrator. For rumbly vibrations, you’ll have to spend a bit more. The Pillow Talk Racy is a reasonably priced rumbly bullet vibrator. Or the We-Vibe Tango X has exceptional rumbliness but is pricier.

See all my recommendations for the best bullet vibrators here.


Vibrations: Power And Range


Max Power Rating

6.7

What is it:

How strong the highest power level feels compared to other bullet and mini vibrators.

When does it matter:

If you need intense vibrations to orgasm or you just enjoy powerful vibrations.

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

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Power Range Rating:

7.5

What is it:

How wide the range is between the highest and lowest power levels, and whether it has enough power levels that steps between settings are comfortable.

When does it matter:

A broad power range with many intensity levels is always more versatile. You can warm up with softer levels when your body isn’t ready for intense vibrations. But when you want more strength, you can turn it up high. A broad power range is also more likely to include settings at your ideal strength.

Scoring Factors:

7.5

100%

Adjusted Power Range Width

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Power vs Frequency Graph:

What is it:

A graph of each bullet and mini vibrator’s power vs frequency across all of its power levels. 

When does it matter:

If you want a detailed look at the vibrator’s full power and frequency characteristics. This tells you how strong and how rumbly each setting feels. You can also compare two vibrators on the same graph using our graph comparison tool here.

How Strong Is Each Power? (Click to Expand Definitions)

  • Power < 2.7: Too weak for me to orgasm, but great while warming up.
  • Power between 2.7 and 6.0: Strong enough for me to orgasm, but takes some effort. Good while warming up.
  • Power between 6.0 and 9.0: I orgasm effortlessly and reliably. These are the settings I typically finish with.
  • Power ≥ 9.0: Extreme power. Way more than I need to orgasm – I rarely use these.

The Satisfyer Ultra Bullet 5 is the best budget-friendly option if you only need low to medium power. There are 5 total power levels, with the first starting at 1.25 out of 10 vibration strength. The highest setting reaches 5.25 out of 10, which is not intense, but I can orgasm with it. 

These settings give you plenty of gradual power levels in that softer range. So it’s an excellent option for those who are easily overstimulated. However, it won’t be enough for those who crave strong vibrations.

For intensity lovers, I’d recommend the Blush Limited Addiction instead. This budget-friendly bullet starts at 5 and reaches a 10 out of 10 vibration strength. Since it begins with fair power, it’s best for those who don’t need very gentle settings.

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 with Stronger Blush Limited Addiction and Pillow Talk Racy
The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 (left) with stronger alternatives – the Blush Limited Addiction (middle) and Pillow Talk Racy (right)

If you want a bullet covering the spectrum from gentle to intense, you’ll need to increase your budget a bit. The Pillow Talk Racy is the most budget-friendly option that has plenty of levels covering both mild and strong stimulation.

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Vibrations: Frequency (Rumbliness)


Rumbliness Rating:

5.5

What is it:

How “rumbly” (low frequency) or “buzzy” (high frequency) the vibrator feels. And whether it delivers strong vibrations while remaining reasonably rumbly. Higher scores indicate a “more rumbly” (lower-frequency) bullet or mini vibrator, since the majority of people prefer rumbliness. But ultimately vibration frequency is a personal preference.

When does it matter:

If you prefer vibrations in a specific area along the rumbly-to-buzzy spectrum. Rumbly vibrations spread out more and you feel them deeper. Whereas you feel buzzy vibrations nearer to the surface and more concentrated around the point of contact. Both can feel good, and which you enjoy more is a personal preference.

Scoring Factors:

5.9

50%

Median Vibration Frequency

5.1

50%

Power and Frequency Balance

0%

Power vs Frequency Graphs

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Power vs Frequency Graph:

What is it:

A graph of each bullet and mini vibrator’s power vs frequency across all of its power levels. 

When does it matter:

If you want a detailed look at the vibrator’s full power and frequency characteristics. This tells you how strong and how rumbly each setting feels. You can also compare two vibrators on the same graph using our graph comparison tool here.

Frequency on Low Power:

59 Hz

(Extremely Rumbly)

Median Frequency:

91 Hz

(Moderately Buzzy)

What is it:

What part of the frequency spectrum the vibrator’s power levels are centered around. It’s the vibration frequency of the middle power level (the average of the two middle levels if there is an even number of settings).

When does it matter:

If you prefer vibrations in a particular part of the rumbly-to-buzzy spectrum. This provides a quick way to see whether one vibrator’s settings are generally more rumbly or buzzy than another vibrator’s. Since most people prefer rumbly toys, we give higher scores to lower-frequency (more rumbly) vibrators. But ultimately, it’s a personal preference.

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Frequency on High Power:

115 Hz

(Extremely Buzzy)

Rumbliness & Power Balance:

5.1

What is it:

A measure that rewards bullet and mini vibrators that remain rumbly (low-frequency) while packing good vibration strength. In other words, a bullet vibrator that is strong, but buzzy will perform poorly in this metric. Likewise, a bullet vibrator that is rumbly, but weak will also perform poorly. Only bullet and mini vibrators with strong, rumbly vibrations will have a high rating here. Calculated using the average normalized power / normalized frequency of the vibrator’s settings, with a derating factor applied to buzzy settings. 

When does it matter:

If you want a bullet or mini vibrator with a good balance of power and rumbliness.

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Rumbly vibrations are what people most often prefer, so we rate those higher than buzzy ones. Though many people prefer buzziness, so consider what you enjoy.

The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 is moderately buzzy. While the two softest power levels are rumbly, the top 3 levels I use most are buzzy. As someone who enjoys the neutral-feeling range, I’m bummed that this bullet skips right over it. 

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 with Rumblier We-Vibe Tango and Pillow Talk Racy and We-Vibe Tango X
The Satisfyer Power Bullet 5 (top) with more rumbly alternatives – the original We-Vibe Tango (left), Pillow Talk Racy (middle) and We-Vibe Tango X (right)

But this is to be expected with the cost – most cheap bullet vibrators are buzzy. If you want rumbly vibrations, you’ll need to increase your budget. The most affordable option that falls completely in the rumbly section is the We-Vibe Tango if you can find it, otherwise go for the Pillow Talk Racy, which is also very rumbly. The We-Vibe Tango X is the most rumbly but a bit pricier.

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Stimulation Precision


Stimulation Precision

What is it:

How focused or broad the stimulation feels compared to other mini and bullet vibrators.

When does it matter:

If you prefer stimulation focused in a small, precise area or enjoy it spread out over more of your vulva. It’s a personal preference.

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Typical Tip Width Photo

Precision:

Medium

Head or Tip Width:

0.86 inches

What is it:

The width of the vibrator’s head or tip measured at the part of the vibrator in contact with my body during normal use. For most bullet vibrators, it’s the width of the toy right before it begins to taper. For uniquely-shaped mini vibrators it’s a subjective location I determine based on my experience using the vibrator.

When does it matter:

If you enjoy broader stimulation you’ll will want a greater tip width. If you prefer precise stimulation, you’ll want a narrower tip width. 

Tip Shape:

Rounded

What is it:

The shape of the bullet or mini vibrator’s tip.

When it matters:

The tip’s shape affects how broad or precise the stimulation feels. And it affects how much you can vary the stimulation. Lipstick-shaped and tapered vibrators provide very focused stimulation when using the tip or moderate precision when using the side of the toy. Rounded heads stay in that moderate range of precision. And others can be broader.

You can get reasonably precise stimulation using the Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5’s tip or more mid-focused stimulation by pressing its side to your body. The tip is great for direct stimulation in a fairly small area. And I also love the indirect stimulation of pressing the side to my lips. If you prefer broader stimulation, some other mini vibrators like the Dame Pom or We-Vibe Touch X may suit you better.

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 with Broader Dame Pom and We-Vibe Touch X
The Satisfyer Power Bullet 5 (left) with broader alternatives, the Dame Pom (middle) and We-Vibe Touch X (right)

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Comfort & Ease of Use


Comfort & Ease of Use Rating:

8.1

What is it:

How comfortable the bullet or mini vibrator is to hold and press against your body. As well as how easy it is to press the buttons, leverage the vibrator for good pressure, and maneuver it to apply the stimulation where and how you want it. 

When does it matter:

If you are easily distracted by subtle discomforts such as feeling the vibrations in your hand, an awkward grip on the handle, or clicking buttons repeatedly to reach your preferred setting.

Scoring Factors:

8.5

40%

Grip Comfort

7.0

40%

Controls Ease of Use

9.5

20%

Easy Leverage & Pressure

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Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Comfort and Ease of Use Photo

Grip Comfort:

8.5

What is it:

How comfortable the bullet vibrator or mini vibrator is to grip and hold during typical use. I consider aspects such as whether I feel the vibrations much in my hand, whether the handle is long enough to grip comfortably, whether the shape feels good or awkward in my hand, etc. 

When does it matter:

If you need an especially comfortable grip to minimize distractions.

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

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Controls:

7.0

What is it:

Whether the controls are simple, easy to use, helpful, and provide all the important functionality or whether they’re distracting, unresponsive, difficult to use, etc.

When does it matter:

If you switch power levels or vibration patterns frequently during your normal use. 

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

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Easy Leverage & Pressure:

9.5

What is it:

How easily you can leverage the bullet or mini vibrator to vary the pressure.

When does it matter:

If you typically press your vibrators firmly against your body. 

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

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The Satisfyer Bullet 5 is easy to hold and leverage. The shape is bulbous – bulging out in the toy’s middle and gradually narrowing toward the tip. It feels a little awkward in my hand but doesn’t inhibit good pressure or a firm grip.

Holding the Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 at Thick Middle
The convex shape of the Satisfyer Bullet 5 is unusual to grip

The vibrations don’t travel into my hand either, so griping for long periods is comfortable.

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Button Compared to App Controlled Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 8
The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 (left) does not have app control like the Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 8 does (right)

There’s one button to control the vibration intensities and patterns, so unfortunately, you have to cycle through them all to get to the one you want. I prefer the bullets that let you power up or back down, like the Blush Limited Addiction. If greater control is a priority to you, the Satisfyer Ultra Bullet 8 is about the same cost, and you have greater control over it with the Satisfyer app.

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Use During Sex


Use During Sex Rating:

7.3

What is it:

How easy the bullet vibrator or mini vibrator is to use for clit stimulation during partnered sex. When rating the vibrator I consider aspects such as whether the vibrator has a handle that’s comfortable to grip and keeps my hand out of the way during sex, whether I can easily angle the vibrator and fit it between our bodies, whether using the vibrator during sex interferes with me or my partner, etc.

When does it matter:

If you’ll frequently use your wand vibrator with a partner during penetrative sex.

Scoring Factors:

8.0

50%

Spooning

6.5

50%

Missionary

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Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Maneuverability in a Tight Space Photo

Spooning:

8.0

What is it:

How easy the bullet or mini vibrator is to use for clit stimulation during sex in positions where you’re not facing your partner (so you have more space available). We used each vibrator specifically in the Spooning position (lying on our sides with my partner penetrating from behind), but this rating applies to a wide range of sex positions where space is not limited.

When does it matter:

If you frequently have sex in the spooning position or similar positions from behind.

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

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Missionary:

6.5

What is it:

How easy the bullet or mini vibrator is to use for clit stimulation during sex in face-to-face sex positions where space is limited. We used each vibrator specifically in the Missionary position, but this rating applies to a wide range of sex positions where space is tight.

When does it matter:

If you frequently have sex in positions facing each other where space is more limited.

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

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The Satisfyer Ultra Bullet 5 is alright during sex. The bulbous shape and short length make maneuvering more awkward during sex than by yourself, but it’s not impossible. The tapered shape makes it challenging to keep clitoral contact in positions facing your partner like Missionary.

In positions facing the same direction as your partner (like Spooning), it’s easy to keep this bullet pressed to my clit. Though leveraging it for good pressure is a little tiring on my fingers since it’s so small. 

Height Difference Between Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 and Blush Limited Addiction and Pillow Talk Racy
The taller Blush Limited Addiction (middle) and Pillow Talk Racy (right) are easier to leverage than the Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 (left)

I prefer longer bullets during sex like the Blush Limited Addiction or Pillow Talk Racy. These allow you to loosely grab the end and adjust the angle and pressure with a light twist of your fingers.

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Noise


Noise Rating:

9.2

What is it:

How loud the bullet or mini vibrator is. We measure the decibels on low and high power with a sound level meter. We also test whether we can hear each vibrator from behind our closed bedroom door.

When does it matter:

When you live with other people or are distracted by sound.

Scoring Factors:

10.0

50%

Audibility Behind a Closed Door

8.0

30%

Decibels on High Power

9.2

20%

Decibels on Low Power

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Audibility Behind Closed Door:

10.0

What is it:

Whether my partner could hear me using the bullet or mini vibrator inside the bedroom while he stood on the other side of our closed bedroom door. We tested each vibrator on low, middle, and high power levels with the house completely silent. Then we tested each vibrator’s highest power with a box fan turned on in the bedroom. Lastly, we tested the highest power with music playing in the bedroom at a normal listening volume.

When does it matter:

When you live with other people and want to select a bullet vibrator or mini vibrator you can use confidently without them hearing.

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Decibels on High Power:

43.2 dB

What is it:

How loud the bullet or mini vibrator’s highest power level is, measured in dB with a sound level meter approximately 12 inches away

When does it matter:

If you typically use your vibrator’s highest power levels or want the freedom to use the full power range without worry. 

Good Sound Level:

<42 dB is excellent; Nearly everything under this value was inaudible behind a closed door.

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Decibels on Low Power:

38.3 dB

What is it:

How loud the bullet or mini vibrator’s lowest power level is, measured in dB with a sound level meter approximately 12 inches away

When does it matter:

If you typically use your vibrator’s softer settings.

Good Sound Level:

<42 dB is excellent; Nearly everything under this value was inaudible behind a closed door.

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Low Power:

Inaudible

Middle Power:

Inaudible

High Power:

Inaudible

High Power with Box Fan:

Inaudible

High Power with Music:

Inaudible

The Satisfyer Power Bullet 5 is inaudible on all power levels from behind a closed door. So it’s a safe option even if you have housemates. Part of why it’s so quiet is that it’s a mid-strength bullet.
There are also plenty of bullets out there that get stronger but still cannot be heard from outside your bedroom. The Lovense Ambi,Pillow Talk Racy, and Blush Limited Addiction are a few of my favorite discreet bullet vibrators.

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Battery Life


Battery Life Rating:

8.8

What is it:

How long the bullet vibrator or mini vibrator lasted continuously running on its highest power before its battery died during our test.

When does it matter:

If you want to play for long periods of time between charges.

Scoring Factors:

8.8

100%

Battery Life on High Power

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Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Charging Cable Photo

Battery Life on High Power:

115 minutes

Power Source:

Rechargeable

Charging Cable:

Magnetic

The Satisfyer Bullet 5 has great battery life, lasting nearly two hours on high power. So you can enjoy multiple sessions with it between charges.

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Build Quality


Build Quality Rating:

7.4

What is it:

Our perception of the bullet or mini vibrator’s durability and material quality; whether it feels cheap or sturdy and long-lasting. If we noticed any decline in a vibrator’s performance over our months of testing, it is accounted for in its Build Quality rating.

When does it matter:

When you want a vibrator to last for years. Many vibrator manufacturers provide a warranty (usually 1 to 2 years), but a higher quality vibrator is more likely to endure after your warranty is expired.

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

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Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Build Quality Photo

The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 has reasonable build quality for its affordable price. The lightweight plastic definitely feels a little cheap. The button on the end takes some effort to press, which can be frustrating. But I’ve had no issues with performance or the toy breaking.

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Cleaning


Cleaning Rating

10.0

What is it:

How easy the bullet or mini vibrator is to clean. Vibrators with an IPX6 (water-resistant) or IPX7 (waterproof) rating are super easy to clean under a running sink. For vibrators without a waterproof rating, I subjectively rate how difficult it is to clean.

When does it matter:

If you’re worried about damaging your toy with water. Or if you won’t use your vibrator as much if cleaning is tedious.

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Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Waterproof Rating Demonstration

Waterproof Rating:

IPX7

What is it:

The bullet or mini vibrator’s waterproof rating – IPX7, IPX6, or No Rating

When does it matter:

When you plan to use your vibrator in the shower, bath, or want simpler cleaning.

  • IPX7 (Submersible): Vibrators with this rating are “waterproof.” You can submerge them in water up to a meter deep for up to 30 minutes. So you can use them in the bath and cleaning is easy.
  • IPX6 (Water Resistant): Vibrators with this rating can resist high-pressure, heavy sprays of water, but should not be fully submerged. This means you can use them in the shower (but not submerged in a bath). You can also clean them under a sink faucet without worry.
  • No Rating: These vibrators do not have a waterproof rating. You should not use them in the shower, and you must be careful to keep water away from electronic components when cleaning them.

The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 is very easy to clean. It’s IPX7 waterproof which is completely submersible. So you can clean it with soap and water without worry – and even take it into the bath with you!

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General Design and Specs


Size and Weight

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Vibrator Length Measurement with Calipers Photo

Length:

3.8 inches

What is it:

How long the bullet or mini vibrator is, measured from the base to the tip.

When does it matter:

In general, longer mini and bullet vibrators are easier to hold, maneuver, and leverage. These types of vibrators are smaller than most, so some additional length can provide a more comfortable grip.

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Typical Tip Width Photo

Head or Tip Width:

0.86 inches

What is it:

The width of the vibrator’s head or tip measured at the part of the vibrator in contact with my body during normal use. For most bullet vibrators, it’s the width of the toy right before it begins to taper. For uniquely-shaped mini vibrators it’s a subjective location I determine based on my experience using the vibrator.

When does it matter:

If you enjoy broader stimulation you’ll will want a greater tip width. If you prefer precise stimulation, you’ll want a narrower tip width. 

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Weight Measured on a Scale Photo

Weight:

1.3 ounces

What is it:

How heavy the bullet vibrator or mini vibrator is, measured with a digital scale. 

When does it matter:

The weight of a bullet or mini vibrator is not that important, because they’re all relatively light (around 0.6 to 5.0 ounces). They’re not heavy like wand vibrators which can weigh up to 25 ounces and can be difficult to maneuver. A slightly heavier bullet or mini vibrator can feel sturdier, more durable, and higher quality.

Design Features

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Vibrator Shape Photo

Vibrator Shape:

Straight

What is it:

The general shape of the mini or bullet vibrator.

When it matters:

Most bullet vibrators have a basic, straight design. Angled bullet vibrators can be easier to leverage and apply pressure. An angled shape can also help a bullet vibrator fit more easily between bodies during sex. We use the word “palm” to refer to mini vibrators designed to fit in the palm of your hand. Palm vibrators generally provide broader stimulation than bullet vibrators.

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Tip Shape Photo

Head or Tip Shape:

Rounded

What is it:

The shape of the bullet or mini vibrator’s tip.

When it matters:

The tip’s shape affects how broad or precise the stimulation feels. And it affects how much you can vary the stimulation. Lipstick-shaped and tapered vibrators provide very focused stimulation when using the tip or moderate precision when using the side of the toy. Rounded heads stay in that moderate range of precision. And others can be broader.

Head or Tip Firmness

Firm

What is it:

Whether the vibrator’s tip is firm or plush.

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 Rigidity and Flexibility Photo

Flexibility:

Rigid

What is it:

How flexible or rigid the mini or bullet vibrator is.

When does it matter:

It’s generally a personal preference. A slightly flexible vibrator can be more comfortable to use, especially if the vibrator is very firm. However, too much flexibility makes it harder to apply substantial pressure since the vibrator’s tip can flex away. 

Materials:

Silicone with ABS Plastic Base

What is it:

The material of the mini or bullet vibrator’s body and handle.

When it matters:

Only non-porous materials (including ABS plastic, silicone, some metals, and some other materials) are body-safe since they can be fully sanitized. Every bullet and mini vibrator we review is made using body-safe materials. The choice between different safe materials is a personal preference. Some people enjoy how smooth ABS Plastic feels. Others find silicone feels higher-quality to them. Or the additional weight and shine of a metal vibrator can make it feel luxurious. 

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Review Results


The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 is affordable with gentle to medium-strength, buzzy vibrations. If you prefer intensity, you have better options in this price range. Or if you prefer rumbliness, you’ll need to increase your price range a bit. But this bullet is a good choice if you’re on a budget and prefer milder, buzzy vibes. 

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 with Box
The Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 with box

The shape is unusual but reasonably comfortable and easy to use. It’s quiet, waterproof, and lasts nearly 2 hours on high power. Overall decent for the low price.


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Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 and Blush Limited Addiction

The Blush Limited Addiction is a better budget option than the Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 for anyone who prefers intense power over gentle stimulation. It’s much stronger, has separate buttons that let you increase and decrease power rather than cycling, and the design is more comfortable. I find it easier to hold and leverage during solo use and partnered sex. The main drawback is that there are no low power levels – if you need those, you’ll want something else.

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BMS Essential Bullet

Satisfuer Ultra Power Bullet 5 and BMS Essential Bullet

The BMS Essential Bullet is a better budget option than the Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 if you need both gentle and intense settings. The BMS is the only bullet in this price range that offers low, medium, and high power levels. The Blush Limited Addiction is all medium and high, while the Satisfyer 5 is all low and medium. 

However, this bullet is very small, and I find it uncomfortable to hold and leverage for long periods of time. So it’s only for those set on having that extra wide range of power on a tight budget.

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Pillow Talk Racy

Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5 and Pillow Talk Racy

The Pillow Talk Racy is for those who prefer rumbly vibes instead of the buzzy vibrations of the Satisfyer Ultra Power Bullet 5. It’s stronger on the top power, and has comfortable gentle settings too. Though it’s more expensive, it’s the most affordable option that has mostly rumbly vibrations.

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  • April 15, 2024: Review Published.

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