Which massager should I get?

solly solly
My partner and I are, funny enough, looking for a wand-style massager to use mainly for our sore backs - problem is, I just can't seem to choose! The power of the Hitachi magic wand appeals to me, but I'm not sure if the noise, size and weight would put me off. Both of us suffer from carpal tunnel/rsi in our wrists and I don't want anyone to get strained using it.

The fairy wand seems like another good candidate but I'm still not sure. Many other alternatives I've checked out either seem to have too many negative reviews or there's just not enough information available on them. I would rather spend the money to have something that is powerful and will last than get a cheap toy that will fry out on me. What's a girl to do?

Please leave as many comments, opinions, suggestions and recommendations as you like, I'd really appreciate it!
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Hitachi Magic Wand
3
Fairy Wand
California Exotics DIvine Balance
Other (please explain)
3
Total votes: 6 (6 voters)
Poll is closed
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Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
We love the Mystic Wand
05/05/2013
ChubbyNerd ChubbyNerd
I love my Hitachi.
05/05/2013
Hummingbird Hummingbird
With carpal tunnel I can understand the hesitation with the Hitachi, while the most powerful of them all and very thrilling with the attachments, the weight of it is a concern for long term use. The Hitachi also only has two speeds, Hi and Low, the others following have a variety of intensities as will as vibration patterns. I would suggest the Large Lelo, I've got the black one or the Mystic Rechargeable Wand. I have the battery operated Mystic Wand, it was my first wand ever. Today if I had the choice I would get the rechargeable but since I have the Hitachi (54.99), Large ($169) & Med ($129) Lelo's plus the battery operated Mystic ($69) one, I think that's enough for me for now.

I don't know enough of the Fairy Wand but if you're looking for a wand without worrying about recharging or batteries, it might be your best bet. The Mystic Rechargeable is 74.99 right now but is out of stock. 9link | Mystic Rechargable ]

You might want to put all the ones your considering, if you haven't already in your Comparison list to check the features, each against the other.
05/06/2013
eri86 eri86
I have the Lelo Smart Wand Medium and it does wonders for my sore neck and shoulders at the end of the day, not to mention the small of my back.
05/06/2013
Rawr4483 Rawr4483
I really love my Hitachi for that.
05/06/2013
solly solly
Thanks everyone! I ended up going with the Fairy Mini because of its smaller size and range of vibrations. I already have a Lelo Ina 2 that I'm very happy with as far as power goes so I think the fairy will work just fine for massages.
05/08/2013
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Unique posters: 6