Kinklab Neon Wand Electrosex Kit
The Neon Wand from Kinklab is a visually stunning way to stimulate your senses. With its glowing glass attachments and its unique ability to literally make sparks fly from your fingertips, this instrument of pleasure has an incredible repertoire of fun.
|Kinklab Neon Wand Electrosex Kit|
|Make the sparks fly! The Neon Wand from Kinklab is a visually stunning way to stimulate your senses! With its gorgeous, glowing glass attachments and its unique ability to literally make sparks fly from
your fingertips, this instrument of pleasure has an incredible repertoire of ways to discharge static electricity across the skin's surface, creating sensations that range from a warm tingle to an attention getting, focused sting.|
The Neon Wand is a popular device from Kinklabs Electro-Erotic line that creates an electrical discharge across the surface of the skin. The electricity produces sensations over a broad range, from a pleasurably warm
tingling, to a more intense, focused sensation that some find painful.
The level of sensation created by the wand can be controlled both by a multi-level intensity dial on the wand itself, and also by which electrode you choose to use.
The Neon Wand kit comes with 4 different glass attachments (Electrode Comb, Mushroom Tube, 90 Probe, Tongue Tube) that will be a thrill to experiment with. The kit color refers to the color of the light glowing in the glass
Kits are available in blue, red or purple.
Kinklab's development team drew on over 20 years of experience working with electric ray wands and fetish products to create our own wand kit thats a step above the rest.
What makes this product different:
The Neon Wand is a solid-state device with no moving parts inside, which makes it possible to move and change the angle of the Neon Wand without distracting interruptions or unexpected variations in the output.
Solid-state often prove more durable over time as well.
Compact, lightweight handset: traditional electric ray handsets are heavy and bulky. The Neon Wand is light and easy to handle, allowing you to focus on your partner and your play.
Lower maximum settings: at its highest setting, the Neon Wand will produce an intense sensation, but it does not quite reach the sometimes painful levels that traditional electric ray wands can. This makes it the perfect
choice for intermediate and advanced users who prefer using electric ray wands in a more sensual manner, while it is safer and more accessible for beginners.
Complete care and use instructions - including fun ideas to try - are included in the booklet that comes with each kit.
Voltage: USA plug 110V
Working Frequency: 50-60HZ
Dimensions: 13" X 8" X 2 1/3" / 33 X 21 X 6cm
Materials: PPV Plastic Hardware + Copper Tube + Glass Rods|
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|If Darth Maul was kinky, he'd play with this. A review of Kinklab's Neon Wand|
Yes, I just started my review out with a Star Wars reference. Yes, I really am that much of a nerd. And yes, the only good things to come out of "Episode I" was Darth Maul, and a chance to see Liam Neeson and Ewan
McGregor wielding lightsabers. This electrical toy is infinitely cooler than Episodes I-III, though, trust me. I also admit that I have totally hummed the Emperor's theme while using this.
The Neon Wand is made by Kinklab and is basically a beginner's version of the Violet wand, which is an electro-stim BDSM item. It looks like something you might see a mad scientist using in a monster movie, holding the wand up
next to a helpless ingenue, but don't let that scare you off. The sensations that the Neon Wand offers ranges from a light tingle to a fairly intense zap that can be painful.
The Neon Wand kit, offered by Shevibe, comes in a fairly
heavy duty cardboard box that is magnetically sealed. It is holding together well so far, but I have plans to make my own carrying case, as I find trying to pack the box into my toy bag to be a pain because it takes up a lot of
room. The inside is fairly well padded with a foam insert that has slots cut out for the glass probes as well as the handle. I found the foam around the glass probes to be thinner than I would like, also the fact that the entire
inner insert can be removed makes it less sturdy. If you don't have plans to bring this toy out to play parties, though, I don't see a problem with keeping it in the original packaging. The box has a picture of the wand on
the front, so it's not something you would want to leave out if you have company coming over. The kit also comes with an instruction manual, four different glass heads/probes/attachment things, as well as the body/wand
part of the toy.
Here's the technical specs for the Neon Wand: The Neon Wand uses a USA plug at 110V or a European one at 220V. The working frequency is 50-60 HZ, and it has a power of 10W. People who have pacemakers, heart conditions, or are
pregnant shouldn't use this toy. Other common sense warnings are: don't use near flammable liquids, near the eyes, or over the same piece of skin for more than 10 seconds, as this may result in a burn. Don't use this if you,
your bottom, the toy, or the surface you're going to play on is wet, and don't use the toy if there is anything noticeably wrong, such as smoke or a strange smell coming from the wand.
Also, this is really important: do not use the Neon Wand over jewelry, especially body piercings! Metal conducts electricity, guys. This can result in much more intense sensations/pain, or even burns. Damaging your
bottom/sub/playtoy permanently is not cool.
The wand comes with four different attachment, the Electrode Comb, Mushroom Tube, 90 Degree Probe, and Tongue Tube. To simply the review, I'll be referring to them as the Comb, Mushroom, Pinpoint, and Scoop, as these are
more accurate descriptions of the shapes, in my mind. Also, there is an another attachment for the Neon Wand that can be purchased separately called the Tripper, and I want it so badly! It comes with a contact plate that you
put next to your skin and it allows you to turn your entire body into a conduit for the electricity and makes your play "hands on'. The four attachments that were included are clear glass shapes with a copper bottom
that are inserted into the body of the wand.
Now, here's where we get to the awesome science-y parts of the review. First, you need to know that neon wands and violet wands are entirely different creatures. A violet wand is commonly thought to be a Tesla coil,
but it's not. They are actually an Oudin coil-an iron-core resonant coil where the primary and secondary winding share the same iron core, and the primary winding is attached to a mechanical interrupter. You vary the output
of an Oudin coil by changing the interrupter. In a violet wand, the interruptor is a magnet that vibrates very quickly-you change how strong the output is by turning a knob connected to a screw that actually changes the
height of the vibrating magnet. That's why violet wands always make that characteristic buzzing/zapping sound-what you're hearing is the magnet vibrating.
The Neon Wand doesn't use an Oudin coil at all-it's entirely solid state. It uses a circuit board with electronics that are more similar to a camera strobe than they are to a resonating coil, though that's a bit of an
oversimplification. Basically, they're an entirely different technology that does pretty much the same thing. Also, the fact that neon wands are solid state means that you can hold them upside down without losing power,
something you cannot do with a violet wand. Also, neon wands are significantly easier and cheaper to manufacture. This is why they have a $99 price tag, vs the $400+ one for violet wand.
So, what's the wand like during use? I'm glad you asked. The wand itself is easy to grip, as it's coated in a "non-slip' type coating, and it's not terribly heavy to hold, even for an extended play session. I love the sleek
look of the wand, and the fact that it glows red when it's on and arcs little orange lightning-esque sparks to my partner's skin? Well, that's just sexy as hell. If red isn't part of your play bag's colour scheme, SheVibe
also has it in purple! Switching between the different probes was not difficult-while they fit snugly into the wand, I didn't have to tug or yank at them to get them out. The length of the cord worked well for play in the
bedroom as well as the smaller play space we visited, but may not be long enough for dungeon play.
My favorite places to have the neon wand used on me are pretty varied, and they also depend on the type of probe that is being used. The smaller the tip, the most intense the sensations, and I'm a bit of a masochist. For the
non-kinky in the audience, this means that my brain is wired differently than most, and certain types of pain frequently will be translated as pleasure. I definitely like the Pinpoint tip best as it is the most intense,
but the Tongue tip was a close second. Also, when you use it over areas with more nerve endings, (such as over the spine, on the inner thighs, etc) the sensations are much stronger, though it is still not intense as a violet
wand, even on the highest setting.
My sadist and I actually found a spot on my lower back that was sensitive enough to the electrical play that having him run the probe over that particular place a few times actually got me close to orgasm. Obviously, not
everyone is going to experience the same sensations or have the same pleasurable reactions to them, but I was able to get similar reactions from a female friend while I was using the neon wand on her outer thighs. Other
places that provoked squeaks and squirms were the back of the neck, nipples, inner thighs, and along inner arms and the backs of calves.
I don't think that this would be the perfect toy for a hardcore sadist or masochist, but if you are new to electrical play, wanting to try a more affordable version of a violet wand before making a huge investment, or just
want a shiny new toy to add to your toy bag, the Neon Wand is definitely worth purchasing! I give it 5 zappy paws up out of 5!
Kinklab Neon Wand Electrosex Kit Reviews
Electrostimulation just isn't our bag, baby.
5/12/2014 10:41 AM
Product Rating: 1 Star - It's crap. I don't recommend it. | Power Rating: Mild - Enjoyable but not orgasm inducing. | Noise Rating: Quiet - Buzzes discreetly. | Texture and material construction: Seems well built, but didn't last long in the house. | Review Details: OK... So, this was our first-and-last electro-stim toy. Thought it would be fun - and it was to a point, but then I slipped and the wife got a most un-pleasurable shock which killed the mood. | When she used it on me, I didn't get much in the way of pleasure, either. Interesting, but not what I'd consider enjoyable. I think it's just that neither of us are wired for the S&M stuff. I suppose if you were into that, or the feeling of loss of control/etc. (or on the other end) it may be enjoyable for that aspect - but we didn't derive any pleasure from it.