A Great Item (Especially For The Price), With A Few Downsides To ConsiderI will be buying a replacement for this item, because despite the downsides, it's a great product for the price, and it's more than satisfactory as long as you use the handle to position it, rather than just being lazy and trying to bend the neck like I did. ;) It's a good product that accomplishes its task; you just have to be a little careful with it and make some adjustments since it's made of cheaper materials, which seems like a fair trade-off for the relatively low cost.
Easy to Use
Lightweight and Convenient
Not the best toy for PIV sex b/c of size
Pros: It's intense and it has several different speeds you can adjust. It feels really great and has enough power so that it doesn't get frustrating (unlike, say, some of the cheaper bullet vibrators out there). The head is a soft rubber material which feels nice, and it has some flexibility (more on that later). It's also a great deal for the price, especially on sale. I would say that it compares favorably to the considerably more expensive original Hitachi Magic Wand. It's a good wand for less experienced toy users, and is a good way to figure out what kind of speeds/intensities feel good for you personally. On an aesthetic note, it's also a pretty color, certainly cuter than the Hitachi's traditional clinical white.
Cons: Despite the fact that it says it doesn't contain latex, I found that it made my skin kind of itchy (to the point that it got distracting and uncomfortable after awhile), so if you have sensitive skin be aware of that. However, you can actually remove the little rubber covering, and it still feels nice underneath (it's solid plastic, but it's smooth and doesn't hurt or anything). The other minor thing is that with the way the control mechanism is set up, you have to keep hitting the button to make it more intense before you can shut it off. In other words, there's no immediate "off" button. This could present for some awkward moments if you need to put it away fast, and can also be annoying, especially if you want to go a setting *down* before speeding up again.