The best part about Kinklab’s Neon Wand is that it’s incredibly versatile. The glass tube attachments are great and there are other attachments available that offer different sensations, including a couple floggers, a forceps shaped tool, and my favorite: the Power Tripper.
This was my first trip into the world of Mystic Wands… and I don’t think I’ll be returning. I don’t feel like this is a toy that will work for a wide range of people. The vibrations are too weak and too buzzy to satisfy most, and I’ve never been quite so disappointed in the construction quality of a toy—especially at this price point of around $100.
You’re probably not surprised to hear that I had really high expectations for the Doxy Die Cast wand vibrator. Do you blame me? It’s gorgeous. It’s a million times prettier than my Magic Wand, it’s stronger, and it’s made from better and safer materials. Oh yeah, it also has more speeds and can be used internationally. It did not disappoint me! My Doxy Die Cast has earned a coveted spot in my nightstand (only my Magic Wand and the Njoy Pure Wand have ever reached this status folks).
That’s right everyone, Hedonish is now 1-year-old! Obviously, the only way I could think to properly celebrate my 1st Blogiversary was with an amazing giveaway for my readers! What’s the prize? A Hum Vibrator! Hum has a 3D-printed internal structure, custom circuitry and pressure sensors with a waterproof medical grade silicone exterior. Enter to win!