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Satisfyer Wand-er Woman Review

Tested & Rated with Methodology v1.1

Overall Score

7.1

What is it:

How generally good the wand is. It’s a weighted average of the wand’s performance in various areas.

Scoring Factors:

7.5

18%

7.6

14%

6.7

15%

6.0

13%

8.5

11%

6.6

13%

7.0

8%

Build Quality

6.0

4%

4.5

1%

9.3

3%

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Performance Ratings

7.5
7.6
8.5
6.7
6.3
6.6
6.0
4.5
9.3
7.0

MAX VIBRATION POWER

POWER RANGE

RUMBLINESS

COMFORT & EASE OF USE

USE DURING SEX

NOISE

ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY

MOUNT COMPATIBILITY

BATTERY LIFE

BUILD QUALITY

Our Verdict

The Satisfyer Wand-er Woman is the most affordable full-sized wand I’ve tested. It underperforms in some areas compared to more expensive wands but has decent performance overall.

The vibrations are excellent – not as extreme as other wands like the Magic Wand Plus, Doxy Die Cast, and others, but still more powerful than any non-wand vibrator. And it has several softer levels for warming up. Impressively, its entire power range is rumbly (not ticklish and buzzy), which is rare in cheaper vibrators.

Compared to higher-end options, the Wand-er Woman is less comfortable and more difficult to use. The handle is thicker than others, requiring two hands for me. It’s also one of the heaviest wands so maneuvering it is trickier. And I prefer the more comfortable, plush heads of wands like the Magic Wand Rechargeable and Plus over the Wand-er Woman’s extremely firm head.

If you have a larger budget, premium wands will provide a more luxurious feel. But if you’re willing to trade some comfort and luxury for an affordable wand with excellent vibrations, the Satisfyer Wand-er Woman is worth considering.

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Pros

  • Least expensive full-sized wand
  • Good power
  • Excellent rumbliness

Cons

  • Thick grip can be uncomfortable to hold
  • Firm head is less comfy than others

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Compare Wand Vibrators

The Satisfyer Wand-er Woman is an excellent budget-friendly, full-sized wand. It has exceptional rumbliness, especially for the price. But it’s less comfortable than premium wands. If you don’t care about rumbliness, the Orion Your New Favorite Wand is cheaper with comparable power and somewhat better comfort. 

See all our recommendations for the best wand vibrators under $100, the best rechargeable wand vibrators, and the best waterproof wand vibrators.


Vibrations: Power And Range


Max Power Rating

7.5

What is it:

How strong the wand vibrator’s highest power level feels.

When does it matter:

If you prefer the extreme power some wands offer or want to make sure your wand at least reaches a certain strength.

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

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Power Range Rating:

7.6

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 levels aren’t too large.

When does it matter:

A broad power range is usually important because it enables more versatile stimulation. You can start on softer levels when your body isn’t ready for crazy strong power. But when you want more strength, you can turn it up high.

Scoring Factors:

7.6

100%

Adjusted Power Range Width

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Power vs Frequency Graph:

What is it:

A graph of each wand vibrator’s power vs frequency across all of its power levels. 

When does it matter:

If you want a detailed look at the full power and frequency characteristics of any particular wand vibrator. This will tell you how strong and how rumbly each setting of the wand feels.

How Strong Is Each Power?

  • Power ≤ 3: Comparable to the vibration strength of smaller vibrators like bullets.
  • Power between 3 and 4.5: Comparable to … 

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  • Power ≤ 3: Comparable to the vibration strength of smaller vibrators like bullets.
  • Power between 3 and 4.5: Comparable to the vibration strength of mid-sized, non-wand vibrators like the Lelo Mona 2, Lovense Hyphy, Lovense Lush 3, We-Vibe Nova 2, etc.
  • Power between 4.5 and 7: Slightly to moderately more powerful than mid-sized, non-wand vibrators like those mentioned above. 
  • Power ≥ 7: Substantially stronger than other kinds of vibrators. These levels feel extremely powerful.

The Vibration Power scale is defined with a 10.0 given to the most powerful wand vibrator’s highest strength (Currently the Doxy Die Cast). So a vibration power of 8.0 feels 80% as strong as the Doxy Die Cast. A 5.0 feels 50% as strong, and so on.

Although not as immensely powerful as major brands like Magic Wand and Doxy, the Satisfyer Wand-er Woman offers a top power level moderately stronger than my favorite non-wand vibrators. As one of the most powerful budget-friendly wands, its power will be sufficient for most people and is ideal for those who want strong but not extreme vibrations.

Its six power levels cover a broad range from 1.8 to 6.7. The softer settings are great so you don’t get overstimulated. And its gradual steps between levels aren’t jarring.

Satisfyer Wander Woman vs Magic Wand Plus
The Satisfyer Wand-er Woman (left) with a stronger option, the Magic Wand Plus (right)

At an affordable price, the Wand-er Woman offers good value in terms of vibration strength and range. If you’re looking for more extreme power, the Magic Wand Plus reaches a 9 out of 10 on its top strength and also has excellent low levels. It’s still reasonably priced but is $20-30 more expensive.

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Vibrations: Frequency (Rumbliness)


Rumbliness Rating:

8.5

What is it:

How “rumbly” (low frequency) or “buzzy” (high frequency) a wand vibrator feels at each of its power levels. And whether a wand can deliver strong vibrations while remaining reasonably rumbly. Higher scores indicate a “more rumbly” (lower-frequency) wand, 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.

Scoring Factors:

9.1

50%

7.9

50%

0%

Power vs Frequency Graphs

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Power vs Frequency Graph:

What is it:

A graph of each wand vibrator’s power vs frequency across all of its power levels. 

When does it matter:

If you want a detailed look at the full power and frequency characteristics of any particular wand vibrator. This will tell you how strong and how rumbly each setting of the wand feels.

Frequency on Low Power:

49 Hz

(Extremely Rumbly)

Median Frequency:

57 Hz

(Extremely Rumbly)

What is it:

What part of the frequency spectrum a wand vibrator’s power levels are centered around. It’s the vibration frequency of the wand’s 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 frequency spectrum. This is a fast way to see whether one wand’s vibration levels are generally more rumbly or buzzy than another wand’s vibration settings. Since most people prefer rumbly toys, a higher performance score implies a lower-frequency (more rumbly) wand. 

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Frequency on High Power:

65 Hz

(Moderately Rumbly)

Ave Power Per Frequency:

7.9

What is it:

A measure that rewards wand vibrators that remain rumbly (low-frequency) while packing good vibration strength. Calculated for a wand using the normalized power / normalized frequency at each power level and taking the median.

When does it matter:

If you want a wand with a good balance of power and rumbliness.

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