Do the Pure Wand flip when you let go?

Contributor: hillys hillys
I am kind of curious and want to buy a pure wand but I've seen several post about people being in pain the next day and one about how it flips if you stop holding it. Have you got a pure wand and if so have you hurt yourself and how?
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Contributor: karenm karenm
Yes, that is one thing that is annoying about it. The best position for using it is on your back (it hurts to use on your stomach since the end on the mattress makes it push up against your back wall), but it is a heavy toy so you have to hold it up. It doesn't hurt when it flips over though, and I never hurt myself with it beside the way I mentioned.