Review: Bodywand WandPLUS G-Spot Vibrator

Bodywand WandPLUS G-Spot VibratorI’m a girl who loves power, rumbles and intensity, so when I saw these latest designs from Bodywand, I became intrigued. “A mains powered wand that can be used internally without attachments? What is this sorcery?” I thought to myself. Luckily enough, Lovehoney answered all of my questions by sending me the G-Spot edition to try out. There’s also a Curved version and a Rabbit, which I’m now convinced I need to try too.

The packaging was great, as you may expect from something that’s going to set you back £99.99. It had a glossy cardboard sleeve with images on the front and key features printed all over it. Under the sleeve, a simple black box is revealed that houses the wand and a couple of instruction leaflets. It doesn’t include a case or storage pouch though, which I personally would have liked to see considering the price tag.

Upon taking it out of the box, I was immediately impressed. This was my first experience with Bodywand, so I wasn’t sure how their products would be in terms of quality, but I needn’t have worried. The WandPlus feels extremely well made and sturdy, with a desirable amount of weight to it. I expected it to be heavier, but as it’s not, it doesn’t upset my weak wrists and I can use it for long periods of time. It’s completely body-safe, with the head being made from a luxuriously soft silicone. This has a small amount of drag to it, as many silicone toys do, so I would recommend a coating of water-based lubrication prior to insertion.

Silicone can also attract lint, which is a pain, but easily removable. Mains-powered toys such as this one are obviously not waterproof, so it’s best to wipe down with a damp cloth or toy wipe. It is advised to avoid bleach and chemical solutions. I noted that a damp cloth cleans the main surface area well, but there are three ridges at the bottom of the insertable portion that seem to be useless for any purpose other than collecting cat hair. I usually opt for q-tips or an old toothbrush to remove unwanted matter from here.

Before I get into the fun stuff of how it works and what it feels like, I think it’s important to give an idea of how big this thing is. It has an overall length of twelve inches, which is slightly smaller than a Doxy or Lovehoney Deluxe, and five and a half inches of insertable length. I think this should be fine for most, but some may encounter issues with the girth. It has a six-inch circumference, which might not sound like much, but it’s quite chunky once it’s in your hand (or orifice) especially if you’re not used to products of this size. It wasn’t an issue for me, but it’s worth noting that this thing isn’t small.

Bodywand WandPLUS G-Spot VibratorTo get started, simply plug the toy into a near-by socket. It has a 2.8m cable, so reaches easily, even across a king size bed. The constant vibration settings are operated via a scroll wheel, starting and increasing via scrolling downwards, and the opposite for decreasing intensity and turning off. It also has patterns, which are accessed via the wave button which is located on the back of the toy. It’s situated in a place where my hands typically rest when using a toy like this, so it’s easy to operate and change functions if I wish to do so.

I knew that I’d need a quick warm-up before I could use this internally, so I opted for the Tantus Flurry/Curve first in order to be able to take the size comfortably. It’s more rigid than I had expected, which makes it feel larger than it is, and there’s not many occasions where my body would allow a firm six-inch wide toy entry without some sort of warm-up or insertion beforehand. After a quick thrusting session with a Tantus helper and a slathering of Sliquid, I could get the insertable portion into position with ease.

The big broad head managed to find my G-Spot really quickly, without me even needing to start the vibrations, which I took as a good sign of things to come. The surface area is so large that it manages to cover my entire spot whilst the rigidity took care of providing the firm pressure that it needs. All that was left for me to do was begin the vibrations and rock the toy back and forth gently. I can take or leave vibrations internally, but if I am going to use them, this vibrator has the type that I like. They are rumbly on the lower settings and high-powered, but slightly buzzy on the top intensities.

Bodywand WandPLUS G-Spot VibratorAfter achieving a wonderful, wet finale from the G-Spot exploration, I decided I needed to try the WandPlus against my clitoris and see if it could work some magic there too. Unsurprisingly, it did. That large surface area of the head was once again able to hit all the right spots, from the clitoris, to its hood and other parts of my vulva.

I generally prefer direct clitoral stimulation, without the need for additional areas being involved, but I don’t think I’d need any further pin-point satisfaction from this toy to get off. I can orgasm easily enough without the usual pressure I require to get there. I even found myself enjoying the patterns when I used them against my clitoris, which is almost unheard of for me, a known pattern-hater.

 

  I received the Bodywand WandPlus G-Spot Vibrator (£99.99) from Lovehoney in exchange for my honest review. Thank you! Lovehoney no longer stock the Bodywand WandPlus G-Spot (£106.99) but you can still find it at Simply Pleasure. Affiliate links have been used within this post.

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