One of the most iconic vibrators of all time remains the Hitachi Magic Wand, and trust us, it's intense. But, did you know that you can add a special attachment to your vibrator to decide exactly what intense means to you? That seems like an option that should be available for everything. How intense do you want meeting your partner's parents to be? How intense of a mood will your boss be in tomorrow? Unfortunately, even witches can't control such things. With the Desire Dial Variable Speed Controller attachment you can at least control the intensity of your wand vibrator.
What It Is
Anyone who owns a Hitachi knows that the "massager" comes with two speeds: "intense" and "oh my fucking god." Sometimes, when you're close to coming, it's fun to flip the switch to the high setting and blast off to Mars, but sometimes, it can feel like you might vibrate your clit off. The Desire Dial changes all that in a major way. The original Hitachi Magic Wand plugs into the wall, which can be cool if you suck at remembering to recharge things or find such assets classic. Cordless Hitachis are now commonplace, which are handy if you want to use one but aren't near an outlet.
Let's get this out of the way: The Desire Dial (available on Amazon, for your convenience) is not a small teeny modern sex toy that looks like a jump drive. It looks like something Dr. Frankenstein uses to bring his monster to life. Like the Hitachi, it's bulky and comes with a cord. You plug the dial into an electrical outlet and then plug your wand into the attachment. Once the two are joined, rather than two speeds, you can adjust the speed of your wand to any pace you like with the literal turn of a dial.
Why I Loved It
The Hitachi Magic Wand, by itself, really is magic. And not just for its iconic feminist history and life-changing orgasms (sorry, your boyfriend will never make you come harder, but he can use the wand on you, which is ultra-hot). My last Hitachi was at my boyfriend's when we broke up. He offered to mail it to me, but in all my relationships, I've never had the "post-breakup returning of belongings" go well. It is incredibly depressing to come home to a box filled with sex toys that not only remind you of your failed relationship but likely are literally covered in your ex's bodily fluids. As a witch, I believe objects, and especially bodily fluids, contain energy.
So after a breakup, if you have the budget, it's best to start fresh and just mutually throw each other's shit out, unless your ex happens to have your grandma's ring or something. But not long after the breakup, I got this sex toy review assignment, and not only a new Hitachi, but a dial that makes for an even more enjoyable experience. Sometimes the universe is nice to us.
I found it hot to feel like a mad scientist as I controlled my orgasm.
To be nice to myself, I laid in bed, put on some hot group sex porn, and connected my magic wand and new Desire Dial. Oh, it was so fun and felt so good. I wasn't limited to the slowest speed, but I also needn't worry about buzzing my clit off. You know when you're about to come, but don't want to stop masturbating yet? Just turn the dial down to zero. When I was ready, I turned the dial about two-thirds of the way up and was overcome with a relaxing, blissful orgasm. Not to mention, none of this dial turning was a buzz (lol) kill, rather the opposite. I found it hot to feel like a mad scientist as I controlled my orgasm.
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You know Ollivander's, the wand store in Harry Potter? I often think how for some witches, we'd be handed a Hitachi. Phoenix feather is cute, but can it make me come? Orgasms are powerful releases of sexual energy, and make you feel good, so by nature masturbation is casting a spell. And, with the wand speed controller, you can perfect your spellwork exactly to your liking.
If all this sounds up your alley, you can snag both the Original Magic Hitachi Wand and the Wand Massager Speed Controller together for $80 on Amazon right now. You won't regret it.
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