Little Lilac DudAn idea that had great promise, this attachment puts on a lackluster performance. The G-Whiz turns a powerful little toy into a wimp. Its small size will be too little for most users, and most will find what vibrations get through to be too weak. While the G-Whiz was a good idea, it was rather poorly executed.
More importantly, it just doesn't work well with the My Mini Miracle Massager. The cup fits rather loosely onto the head of the massager, so it rattles around a bit when the wand is turned on. The vibrations drop off to the faintest tingle, barely enough to quiver your nose, once you get out into the neck and business end of the G-whiz. The only way to increase the strength is to hold the whole thing head down, at an angle, with the cup of the attachment slightly askew. Even then, the vibrations aren't even up to the lowest power level you get from the bare Mini Miracle.
Little seams and ridges are visible all over the cup of the attachment, and the seam that runs the length of the business end is noticeable to the touch. While not deal-breakers, they give the impression that little care was taken in its molding.
The one up-side of the design is that it's quite possibly the easiest massage wand attachment to store and hide. It can't be left out in the open, but it doesn't take much space to get it out of sight of prying eyes.
Because of it's small size, it's easy to store. It fits easily in a little plastic snack baggie, and can then be stored in with your other toys.
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