The Love Triangle Is a Sex Toy With a Pleasurable Price

I’m not often entranced by affordable pocket-size sex toys. “Affordable” is usually another word for mediocre. Satisfyer’s Love Triangle vibrator and suction toy—or as my partner and I lovingly call it, “the empanada”—bucks those trends. It’s surprisingly powerful, but also quiet, discreet, and so small it’ll fit in your pocket (yes, even the unconscionably tiny pockets in women’s jeans). Yet it’s just 50 bucks. 

A fantastic $50 toy sounds like nonsense on paper. Film-flam. I was skeptical from the moment it arrived, but if I’ve learned one thing about the Love Triangle, it’s this: Don’t underestimate this spicy little empanada.

Afternoon Delight

Masturbating is a wonderful midday escape. It can quiet the tightening knots of work frustration and break up the repetition of yet another week at home. Consider picking up a toy and spending some time with yourself. I highly recommend it.

Like a combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, the Love Triangle isn’t just a vibrator or suction toy. It’s both. It has an internal motor for creating vibrations about as strong as you might expect from a smaller vibe, like a lipstick vibrator or bullet, but it also has air pulse suction.

The air pulse suction moves an internal diaphragm up and down to create high and low pressure when its little nozzle is pressed against a part of your body. It’s similar to the sensation of a partner gently sucking on your skin, and it’s often compared to oral stimulation. The tech is amazing, and hopefully it’s the future of sex toys for people with clitorises. On the Love Triangle, it’s basically an “orgasm instantly” button, and it feels even better with vibration.

Satisfyer Love Triangle Review A Vibrator and Suction Device for 50

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The model we received for testing is white with gold accents. It’s waterproof, sleek, smooth, and lovable. The body is soft-touch TPU plastic, and the business end, the little suction nozzle, is body-safe silicone. It almost looks like an Apple product, and it has some of Apple’s downsides too. Its three buttons aren’t self explanatory. Those squiggly little lines don’t always do what you think they do, so be sure to read the instructions. 

There’s an App for That

The Satisfyer phone app connects to the toy via Bluetooth. You can do all sorts of things after you pair it. You can create your own vibration and suction patterns to store in the app, and control the toy live by moving your fingers up and down on the screen—my favorite feature. It’s so much fun to let your partner use the toy while you control it from your phone. You should get a few hours of on-and-off use before it needs a charge.

You can also use the app to tether the vibration and suction intensity with ambient sound or music from a Spotify or Apple Music playlist on your phone. This feature doesn’t work particularly well. The music plays through the speakers on your phone but needs to be quite loud for it to really register and vibrate. Even then, it doesn’t do a great job. You’re better off playing music from your phone and controlling the Love Triangle manually. 

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