This is a continuation, please see Part 1 which talks about the plug-in style. I already mentioned this but I’m going to mention it again. The Big Pro: ~It’s cordless. You can use it anywhere that doesn’t have a nearby outlet or even electricity, provided it’s fully charged. The Big Con: ~It is not “full power full time”. I think most of these have a run-time of about an hour, depending on how firmly you press the head to your body. To reiterate from Part 1: Should you choose one style over the other? That depends on the environment you’d be using it in and your masturbation style. The plug-in style boasts all power, all the time, always on. However this means you are tethered by a cord and must be near an electrical outlet to use it. The rechargeable style means that you can take it anywhere you please, so long as it’s charged.
(this review/sex toy is seriously outdated. there are plenty of rechargeable vibes/wand massagers I’d recommend now over anything mentioned here) I’ve heard a few other bloggers rave about the Acuvibe. This is another in the line of sextoys that wasn’t created to be used as a sex toy….. but rather a body massager. I have to wonder what their sales reports are like, Hitachi and Acuvibe….what percentage of their sales are from sex toy resellers, heh. The big selling point to the Acuvibe is that it is cordless and rechargeable. If you’re like me and live in a weird older apartment with ill placed electrical outlets, this is a great thing!! It also means its travel-friendly if you’re going to be using it somewhere that may not have an electrical outlet handy. Related Posts:A Vibratex Comparison Review: Mystic Wand vs. Mystic… A compare and contrast review of three vibrators: Mystic Wand, Mystic Wand
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She’s standin in her underwear Lookin down from a hotel room Nightfall will be comin soon Oh my my, oh hell yes You’ve got to put on that party dress 5 Years Later Update….. I’ve learned a lot from vibrators, the more that I tried. I learned that although the Hitachi Magic Wand (Hitachi didn’t want their name associated anymore with it starting in 2013) is certainly powerful, it’s not the *right kind* of powerful for me. I’ve found that what I need is vibration that travels deep and vibration that is rumbly, instead of buzzy. The Magic Wand is pretty buzzy, but you don’t really notice that because of the sheer power. However when you compare it to the deep, rumbling penetrating vibrations of the Lelo Smart Wand Large (not the Medium), you’ll see what I mean. Even the attachments originally made for the Magic Wand, but various companies, perform better with the Smart
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Another one of the items sent to me to review by the lovely VibeReview.com was the Miracle Massager and the companion G-spot Attachment. The Miracle Massager is very very similar in design and function to the infamous Hitachi Magic Wand. From everything I read though, here are the selling pros to the Miracle Massager v. Hitachi: Grooved, slightly curved, more “ergonomic” handle The head doesn’t heat up at all Lightweight From what -I- have seen, the G-spot attachment is superior – it’s not just g-spot. As you can see it comes up midway with a special clit-massage part. From the solo point of view, the attachment is built just right. The attachment is quite flexible though, so once I had it angled to my clit I’m not sure just how much it was still pressing on my g-spot. Using the attachment is the only way I’ve orgasmed using this toy. Yes, I know, the reviewers