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FunFactory Volta Vs Satisfyer Flower

by LSB

The minute I spotted the new Satisfyer vibe range it was hard not to notice how similar to FunFactory they are – in fact, bar a few changes, they are pretty much identical. Satisfyer sent the entire range to me for review and all of them bar the Flower (which this review will be about) and the Hippo, I sent the rest off to new homes for guest reviews, which you can read all about here.

I have read wonderful things about the FunFactory Volta and the FunFactory Patchy Paul (the Satisfyer Hippo looks like this one) so I reached out to FunFactory and asked would they send me them and explained why – I wanted to do a comparative review to see which I thought was better. They both look so similar but have very different price tags – I am all about recommending which I feel is the best option for you guys and that includes the most cost-effective option – so here is the FunFactory Volta Vs Satisfyer Flower.

So before I explain my thoughts on both, from the manufacturer websites, the stats of each toy.

FunFactory Volta

  • Tapping tips heighten sensitivity & arousal
  • Powerful vibe in a couples-friendly size
  • Made for the clit, and great for BJs, nipples & more!
  • Deep, rumbling vibration
  • 6 speeds & 6 patterns
  • Lock function for easy travel
  • Intuitive button interface
  • Charge indicator lights
  • Low battery warning
  • Non-porous and hypoallergenic
  • 45 minutes of play on the highest speed
  • 4-6 hour initial charge
  • 18,9 cm/7.4” length
  • 4,7 cm/1.9” diameter
  • Designed and handcrafted in Germany
  • Rechargeable – Love the Earth.
  • Body-safe materials — Love yourself.
  • Waterproof – Get wet.

Satisfyer Flower

  • Twin Motors
  • Flexible Flower Petal Tips
  • 6 Different Intensities, 6 Heavenly Rhythms
  • Magnetic USB Charging Cable Included
  • Easy To Clean
  • Waterproof For Even More Fun Underwater
  • Medical-Grade Silicone, ABS Plastic
  • Length: 7.5″ overall
  • Insertable Length: 4.6

Even when you put their stats up against each other there is very little difference. To power them on, they sound similar – both are whisper quiet and in my hands equally, feel the same. Both emitting a rumbly vibration, both similar weight. The only main difference really is the feel of silicone.

Each toy has an instant power down button and two button power control – the FunFactory Volta is controlled with  +/- buttons, while the Satisfyer Flower is controlled with circle style buttons. The bottom button has more circles to show it will increase power. In use, I prefer the solid handle of the Volta in comparison to the Flower’s handle as the back of that is flexible as it’s made from silicone. I do notice you need to be careful with the handle on the Flower too as it is still detaching from the base.

I really felt going through their stats and holding each vibe in my hands, it was going to be super hard to really pick between them. Which got me thinking – had Satisfyer really created a vibe that was identical to the Volta but without the price tag?! The Volta is 99.90 euro so basically 100 euro! The Flower is 44.72 euro so we’ll say 45…. LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE of the Volta.

The real answer to FunFactory Volta Vs Satisfyer Flower is – how deep you need your vibrations?

If you need deep, rumbly, proper skin penetrating vibrations to get off then you need the Fun Factory Volta. While the Flower is a decent competitor, it really hasn’t got the vibrations the Volta has. The Flower feels good in use – it works as a foreplay toy – it’s fluttering head feels delicious on my nips and feels equally yummy flickering across my skin until it hits my clit and I guess it would have the ability to get me off if I didn’t know what the Volta was capable of…. but I do and I crave the Volta more. The Volta vibrations are deep, rumbly and automatically grab the attention of my clit once I power it on. It has the ability to get me off super quick…. Lots of lube and it feels so bloody good.

However, if deep vibrations aren’t your thing – say you don’t need a lot of power to get off, the Flower is a pretty damn good contender to go against the Volta. For me, this FunFactory Volta Vs Satisfyer Flower post was a hard one to write… I wasn’t expecting the Flower to be any good, to be honest. If you read my recent review of other Satisfyer vibes(which you can do here) you’ll already know I was not impressed… I am happy to report though, the Flower has changed my opinion.

Overall though – the million dollar question – FunFactory Volta Vs Satisfyer Flower – which would I pick?

The Volta!! The quality of the Volta is just better to me – I prefer the FunFactory silicone in comparison to the silicone Satisfyer use… I just find the silicone Satisfyer use kinda oily, to be honest. I prefer the vibrations of the Volta – they can really rattle my bones. I do however, wish Fun Factory had added into a third petal like the Flower has because it does feel awesome in use.

Get your Volta here and at present, I can’t find a UK stockist for the Flower.

I would like to take the opportunity to thank both FunFactory and Satisfyer for sending me these toys in exchange for an honest and impartial review – this however in no way changes my opinion on the item. What I honestly think, you read! All images displayed of FunFactory Volta and Satisfyer Flower are taken by myself.

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1 comment

Natalie D. Davis May 20, 2020 - 4:03 pm

Thanks for this article. I found your blog while specifically googling for review comparison articles about these two specific products. Honestly I didn’t expect to actually find anything written on this exact topic so I was totally stoked when I saw your article was the first thing to come up in my search results. Thanks again 🙂


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