Hitachi Magic Wand

Touted as the “Cadillac of Vibrators”, the Hitachi Magic Wand successfully lives up to the title through its durability and versatility. Due to its well earned fame and reputation, there are even subpar quality knockoffs that must be avoided!

A product that I bought in 2013, over a year of experience with this vibrating toy shows that it keeps on going. Due to it being plugged into the wall, you do not have to worry about rechargable battery life or any other parts getting lost; as long as you have a wall outlet in your bedroom (or room of choice), and the power isn’t out, the Hitachi Magic Wand diligently keeps going and going and going…

And an ever growing collection of attachments keeps it fresh. For those who find the vibrations of this vibrator too strong, some attachments can dull the vibrations; for those on the other side of the spectrum, there exist attachments which concentrate the vibrations into a nub. Oh my! I prefer my Hitachi Magic Wand by itself, as its spherical-barrel shape allows me to use the broad side and the edge to vary the vibrations on the go.

However, what may be pros to some are cons to others. The Hitachi Magic Wand plugs into the wall, which means that multiple things can interrupt play; if your bedroom lacks power outlets, the power goes out, or if you live outside the USA you may have trouble finding a time and place to use this product. It also is not subtle, due to its reputation; if you thought you were going to leave this out and say “its a massager”, think again — a gay friend of mine was not oblivious to what this product is commonly used for, and we had a good laugh about it but if you live in a studio like myself where your bedroom is also in your living room? Time to invest in a good container to keep your sex toys– I mean “personal massagers” — in case friends drop by.


G-Spot Wand Attachment

I purchased this toy on September 20, 2013.

The material is TPR (Thermo Plasticized Rubber), which means that it is safe (non-toxic) and does NOT contain phthalates. The attachment is smooth and solid white colored, which differs from the pearl-finish shown in most preview images online. It is easy enough to throw in the sink or shower with and wipe off with a wash cloth, but be prepared to do this frequently; this toy loves to attract lint.

The packaging leaves a lot to be desired, but it accomplishes the bare minimum of what a box should do; the product was safe inside and protected. There are no pouches or any other perks boxed with this item, so be prepared to use the eyesore of a box or shove it deep into your sock drawer — and have to clean it of lint once again.

The attachment itself in practice however was lackluster, with much of the Hitachi Wand’s power not translating through the G-Spot Wand Attachment. Instead of a powerful experience, it is akin to that time when you bought your first bad vibrating dildo. The attachment also is hard to get on the first time, and yet does not keep the attachment from being knocked askew; it will stay, but do you want it to? I found the attachment almost works better by itself, so that you can use the Hitachi Wand for external use at the same time — but that is not what this was advertised to do; that is not what I bought this toy to do.

For the price, you get what you paid for; it is a safe way to experiment with g-spot play, but it may not be what you’re looking for if you’re wanting to rock your socks off due to how poorly it translates the vibrations of the Hitachi Wand. However, I believe that your money would be better spent on a toy that is specifically designed for G-spot play.