The Mini-Miracle WandThis relatively small vibrator looks like a miniaturized Hitachi Wand or Acuvibe, but it's only a fraction of the strength of those. Still, it packs a concentrated punch It fits various PVC, pthalates-free attachments.
Strong, but not super strong, pretty loud considering its size.
This vibe looks like a miniature version of the more famed, much larger wand-style vibes, and packs a fraction of the punch. The vibrations are still pretty intense, and very concentrated on the tip - ideal if you like very dense, concentrated sensations on a small spot. People who like bullet vibes will probably like this vibe. It does, however, seem to be loud for its size.
The head is soft PVC, which the box says is phtahalates-free. The slim handle is hard plastic. It's fairly easy to position the wand inside your panties, so that the head is bent just right and hits whatever spot you choose.
The flexible head lets you incline the head about 45 degrees, but is too stiff to really let you bend it 90 degrees, which is a good thing. If it were too bendy, you wouldn't be able to concentrate its vibes by pressing it against you.
The bottom of the plastic handle turns to click the vibe on; keep turning to up the intensity. It gradually increases and decreases the strength of the vibes. The plus side is that there's no protruding button to accidentally turn off.
This vibrator is made out of PVC (the soft head and flexible neck) and hard plastic (the handle and battery encasement). It's not sterilizeable, so don't share with any non-fluid-bonded people.
It comes in a clear, throw-away box.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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