Electrical Play?

emilymileena emilymileena
I'm curious about electrical play. Tens Units, violet wands and the like. I'm not sure where to begin. Does it hurt? If so, how much? What are precautions to think about? Where does one get supplies?
06/09/2013
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IvyFayette IvyFayette
Quote:
Originally posted by emilymileena
I'm curious about electrical play. Tens Units, violet wands and the like. I'm not sure where to begin. Does it hurt? If so, how much? What are precautions to think about? Where does one get supplies?
I've never personally used a Tens unit for sex play but I did use one for physical therapy. It's like a surge of when your foot falls asleep then stops for a sec then comes back. It activates the muscles and causes the release of endorphins. They set it on the highest level for me at PT and it didn't hurt but I would suggest working slowly at it. Don't use it near metal and you can order some of the supplies on here or google it. It's usually sold as a medical item.
06/09/2013
SydneyScreams SydneyScreams
I have a Tens unit I use for neck pain, but it can be fun to use during forced orgasm or other play.

Violet wands are a lot of fun but very expensive. they can hurt if you set it high enough (they're powerful enough to brand someone). They also can be used more sensually or for tickling.

Edit: Doctor Clockwork is a good place to get violet wand supplies. Violet wands are expensive, so you may want to see about attending an electro play demo before buying.

With Tens Units, make sure not to put the electrodes on/near the heart.
06/09/2013
ICEE ICEE
i would like to try our tens unit but i dont know where exactly to put the pads any ideas?
06/21/2013
emilymileena emilymileena
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Originally posted by ICEE
i would like to try our tens unit but i dont know where exactly to put the pads any ideas?
I know you can but the pads on amazon, but I'd assume that walgreens or somewhere similar would have them as well.
11/01/2013
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