What does Puff feel like?
Everyone pleasures themselves differently so your mileage might vary but based on user feedback, here's what we can say for happy Puff users: a lot of them preferred to use Puff on their back or side with Puff squeezed between their legs or held with one hand. With a traditional vibe- grinding on or mounting the vibe increases pressure/intensity but with a suction vibe, all you really need is to create a seal. It can feel a little different at first and might take a try or two to get the hang of it but the end result is an isolated sucking sensation that increases blood flow and sensitivity.
How do you hold Puff?
The entire device is fairly small (it's very close in size to a bar of soap) so holding it is fairly straightforward. Of course, dexterity varies by person but one really nice benefit of suction is that the unit doesn't vibrate in the traditional sense that other vibrators do which can create numbness or irritation in your hands. With a suction vibe, the air pressure is what creates a vibrating sensation when contact is made with your body. Basically, by placing Puff's silicone ring against your body, the vibrating suction sensation is created as air oscillates through the sealed chamber. Science!
Can you use Puff during missionary or during penetrative sex?
So, the majority of our product testers used the product solo but that doesn't mean Puff can't be used with a partner. The most important factor in enjoying a suction vibe is being able to hold the device against your body enough to create a seal. If this angle and pressure can be achieved during missionary (meaning you might need to comfortably hold the device in place between you and your partner), then you might have some success with using Puff during penetration. If this isn't possible or preferable for you, directing your partner on how and where to use the device on your body can be a great way to enjoy partner play with Puff.