Has anyone else had attachments that caused their Hitachi wand to be even louder?

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Has anyone else had attachments that caused their Hitachi wand to be even louder?

rainie rainie
I’ve had a Hitachi Magic Wand with the curved G-spot attachment from the Magic Wand Accessory Kit for a while now. It was great until it got louder and louder—more so than it normally was, if you can imagine. So I got a new Hitachi. It’s better, but it seems just as loud with the attachment on it. I’m thinking that the attachment has stretched or something and is vibrating excessively, and that’s what’s making it so loud. I can handle it being the original volume because it does a good job of making me happy. But this extra volume is taking away my enjoyment of it.
I ordered a couple new toys, but they don’t do the job for me like the Hitachi does. Even the one rated 5 vrooms didn’t seem anywhere near as powerful. I’m afraid I’ve ruined myself for anything less than the 5000 RPMs of the Hitachi on low. (High is too much for me.)
Should I get a new attachment or maybe try a different wand, like a Fairy? Does anyone know what the lowest power on the Fairy is compared to low on the Hitachi? Is there a rabbit as powerful as the Hitachi so I wouldn't need any attachments? If someone knows of one, please tell me what it is.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Get a Gee Whizz or Gee Whizzard attachment for my Hitachi
1  (17%)
Get a different attachment for my Hitachi (please give recommendation in comments)
1  (17%)
Get a Fairy + attachment(s)
3  (50%)
Get a Fairy without attachment(s)
Get an intensely powerful rabbit (please give recommendation in comments)
1  (17%)
Total votes: 6
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02/06/2013
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I've got a bunch of Hitachi attachments, but never had any problems
02/06/2013
Sammi Sammi
Is it possible for it to get louder?

You can't really compare the low on the Fairy to the Low on the Hitachi - since it has a dial wheel it starts out much, much lower, but you can dial it up to a comparable Hitachi low and Hitachi high. I think the main thing is to make sure the attachment is fitting as firmly as it can - if the gap is up on the ball of the head, maybe padding it a bit would lessen the sound (it'll be completely covered by the attachment when it's on)?
02/06/2013
rainie rainie
Quote:
Originally posted by Sammi
Is it possible for it to get louder?

You can't really compare the low on the Fairy to the Low on the Hitachi - since it has a dial wheel it starts out much, much lower, but you can dial it up to a comparable Hitachi low and Hitachi high. ...
Thanks for responding. Sammi, I had the same idea--put some padding on the head with the attachment on top of that. It didn't work. I'm just going to buy the Fairy mini with the attachment and hope it works out.
02/08/2013
P'Gell P'Gell
I don't think the Fairy comes that close to Hitachi in strength. The Wahl Original (the boring looking grey one) is as strong, but lower in frequency, so it's even more rumbly.

I always use the Wahl and IMO it's the best. Fairies aren't strong enough for me.
02/12/2013
fizzygato fizzygato
Found this thread kind of interesting.

I'm personally looking into Hitachi attachments and am afraid for it to become even louder than necessary. Although, I don't think I would use the Hitachi on high with penetration. It's not something I'm into in general, and like taking it slow more
02/13/2013
rainie rainie
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
I don't think the Fairy comes that close to Hitachi in strength. The Wahl Original (the boring looking grey one) is as strong, but lower in frequency, so it's even more rumbly.

I always use the Wahl and IMO it's the best. Fairies ...
I think you're right, P'Gell. I tried a Fairy Mini and it wasn't strong enough.
03/30/2013
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