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A Review on the Womanizer

The toy all clitoris owners should have.

By Laura BrunsPublished 4 years ago 3 min read
Models (left to right): Deluxe, Starlet, In and Out, Premium

I've been working in a sex shop for almost seven months now. In that time, I've encountered thousands of toys from over a hundred different brands. Toys that thrust, toys that vibrate, toys that suction to your shower, toys that are controlled by Bluetooth, toys that take batteries, toys that are rechargeable... I can look at a toy and usually determine whether or not it's going to be trash. This job has definitely made me a toy snob.

Since day one, my boss and coworkers have all raved about the Womanizer: a toy all clitoris owners should have. The most powerful, most innovative, sexiest toy on the market. The Grand Poobah of all sex toys. The sex toy written about in every woman's magazine worth their salt. I've sold hundreds of Womanizers; we cannot keep them on the shelf. I sell the hell out of them, even though they don't come cheap. Womanizers range from $90 to $300, depending on which model you select and from which store you buy.

Even though I'm a full time worker, I still have bills. I have student loans. I have rent. I have to eat. I don't have enough money to casually buy a $200 sex toy, so when I was able to get my hands on a Womanizer Premium... FOR FREE, I jumped on it.

I had the toy in my possession for less than half an hour before I put it to use. Sure, I knew how it worked. I had talked it up plenty to customers who were glancing at it in the case. I told everyone it would be the greatest investment of their life. But I had no idea just how magical of a product it would be until I pressed the power button and casually meandered down to my clit.

One minute. That's all it took for me to orgasm. It was one of the simplest orgasms I have ever had in my life, but also one of the most satisfying. All I had to do was sit back, and let the toy do the work.

There honestly is no accurate comparison to what this toy feels like when it is being used on your clitoris. I usually tell customers it feels like good oral sex. But it doesn't, it's in a whole other category! It doesn't feel like fingering, sucking, vibrating... none of that. The Womanizer truly is in it's own wonderful category of pleasure. (They should change their name to Guaranteed Pleasure.) The toy uses a unique air flow technology to stimulate the clitoris; not suction, like a lot of people think. Every person will be different, but the brand guarantees an orgasm. That's how confident they are in this product.

I expected to love my Womanizer, but I genuinely didn't think it would live up to the hype. Oh, I was so incredibly wrong. There is a reason why so many people recommend this toy. In fact, there are many reasons. It's quiet, covered in high quality silicone, easy to hold, and even great to use during sex while a partner penetrates. This toy is like a jingle bell: a small, perfect addition to anything.

I will admit, it's expensive, but this toy is justifiably expensive. The Womanizer is rechargeable, has a two year warranty, has incredible battery life, and will outdo any of your other toys. So save up your money, honey, and go get you a Womanizer.

Overall rating: 10/10 pornstars

If you still aren't sold, there are plenty of knock-offs that you can invest in. Le Tide has The First Kiss; an adorable, rechargeable, travel size version that's still quiet and decently powerful. Satisfyer has gotten many rave reviews from Cosmo and Buzzfeed, however they're quite loud and clunky compared to The Womanizer. Some of them also take batteries, which means they won't be as powerful and won't last as long. Calexotics has a clitoral pump that focuses more on suction, but it's still a great, cheaper alternative to The Womanizer since it's made out of silicone and is rechargeable.

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About the Creator

Laura Bruns

A feminist who writes a lot of shit. I get lonely, so I turn to my pen and paper.

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