Slayed by a rainbowIf only this were the Rainbow Ridged Wand or if only the nubs were larger, this could have been a good experience. But the tiny poking nubs on this toy are just too much texture for this toy to feel good except on occasion. It does work well as a massage tool however.
For serious texture lovers this could be a good toy, but be aware that all those tiny little bumps provide an incredible amount of sensation. This may be the toy for those who want plenty of texture and want to go slow.
Possibly its best use is as a massage tool.
Its a pyrex glass toy so its reasonably durable and break resistant.
The wand itself is a modest size. The bumps are each about a quarter of an inch across and stick out about an eighth of an inch.
One end of the rod is slightly more blunt than the other. After every three rows of bumps, the color of the bumps changes, from orange to green to red to blue.
It comes with a suede-like storage bag that provides a moderate amount of protection.
I gave it many chances, trying it in different states of arousal, at different speeds, at different angles. Sigh...
During my first attempt, it felt annoyingly abrasive during the entire session. In subsequent sessions it felt reasonably good in the beginning - even bringing me to a few weak successes - but quickly became somewhat painful. For me its a one-and-you're-done toy. Maybe once you're engorged you are just too sensitive for a toy with all those tiny poking bumps.
So while ridges make me sing and I'm on good terms with larger bumps too, tiny bumps and I do not get along.
Its been one of those toys where I felt compelled to whip out another toy that's consistently good just to prove to myself that I can still respond normally. Its never a good sign when I do that.
It can be stored in the included velvety drawstring storage pouch.
I find it just a bit ironic that after using toys that work excellently for me, I feel like the world is more colorful, but with this colorful toy, I can't come close to that state.