Wish Wand Massager Review and Giveaway from Blush Novelties [Closed]
Disclaimer: This post is adult in nature and therefore only intended for a mature audience.
Wand massagers have long been my go-to in the sex toy world. While I am typically the type of person who delights in having a sexual experience followed by an orgasm, rather than just merely an orgasm, there are times when I find myself in the mood to get off without having to put too much effort into it. This usually happens when I am in a solo situation, and it is during these times that I always, always reach for a wand massager.
Because I use wand massagers so often, I have accumulated a modest collection of them–different colors, sizes, number of functions, levels of intensity, and so on. Most recently, Blush Novelties sent me the Wish Wand Massager. They also gave me the opportunity to give one away, so keep reading to find out how you can enter to win one for yourself!
But first: my experience with the Wish Wand Massager.
The Wish is a mini vibrator, and I tend to avoid mini vibrators at all costs because their compact bodies just can’t deliver the amount of intensity that I absolutely, positively need in a vibrator. Wand massagers tend to be different. My most-used wand massager is the Mini Mistress Massager, and my favorite for pinpoint stimulation is the Fairy Pocket Mini USB. They are both minis, and they are both exceptional. I was not deterred in the least by the size of the Wish Wand Massager; after all, it’s not the size that matters but what it can do, right?
Barely the length of my hand but still quite easy to hold onto, the Wish Wand Massager is just over 4 1/2 inches in length and has a minimal, straightforward design. It is made of ABS platic with a smooth satin finish and has a soft, flexible silicone head, and comes in pink (of course), black, and blue.
In a move that should surprise no one, I really wanted the blue Wish Wand Massager. I don’t believe that I have another blue toy, and sex toy manufacturers really need to catch up here and start creating toys in an array of colors because really, we are about done with pink and purple. I am pink and purpled out. All of that to say that I am thrilled the Wish Wand Massager is available in a color that I don’t see very often. It’s the little things.
There is a distinct difference between the Wish Wand Massager and the two mini massagers that have become constants in my life; and that is the way they are powered. I have become spoiled by toys that are either rechargeable or plug into the wall. The Wish Wand Massager, on the other hand, is powered by 4 LR44 batteries. Three sets of these batteries are included with the Wish–one set is already inside the vibrator when you receive it, and two more sets are nestled inside the cardboard packaging.
With 7 different vibration, pulsation, and escalation functions, the Wish Wand Massager tries really hard to be a good toy. For me, it delivered vibrations just intense enough to make me need more.
When it disappointed me the first time, I thought it could be me. Maybe I was just in the mood for something different, so I would try again at another time. I tried again and had the exact same experience. The Wish is consistent–it consistently sexually frustrates me.
I have never been very impressed by an array of pulsation and escalation functions. I like straightforward vibrations, and while the first two modes of this vibrator are a low and slightly–but just slightly–more intense vibration, I could have definitely used a more intense vibration setting. That would have made a world of difference to me.
One lucky Woman Tribune reader will win a Wish Wand Massager in pink. (I know, I wrote an entire tangent dedicated to how I don’t like pink toys, but maybe you do like pink toys, and if so, you might be super excited to win this one!)
This giveaway will end March 12th and is open to US and Canada, ages 18+. To enter use the Rafflecopter form below.
I received the Wish Wand Massager for review, as well as the opportunity to host this giveaway. No other compensation was received, and opinions are my own.