I recently received a generous review package from So Divine and inside I found the Wicked Game Massaging Wand. I was so stoked about this one and I couldn’t wait to get it charged up and turned on. Before I can tell you about that though, allow me to introduce you to the company behind the product and their message. If you’ve read my previous So Divine reviews, then skip to the next paragraph. I won’t mind, I promise. I immediately got behind this company after I read about them. I love that their message is to celebrate the arrival of a brighter future in which everyone (regardless of gender or sexuality) can enjoy the pleasure of high-quality sex toys. I mean, who doesn’t want the best for their buck?
The Wicked Game Massaging Wand arrived in a classic purple and white box featuring a product photo on the front along with the name and So Divine branding. It points out a few key features on the side of the box and some instructions for use on the back. Inside the box I found the wand resting within some casing along with a three-pin plug, usb charging cable, a supple storage pouch and a small information leaflet that comes with all So Divine products.
So Divine’s Wicked Game Wand is made from silicone. It is of course non-toxic, odourless, hypoallergenic and completely body-safe. For additional peace of mind it’s also described as being free from latex and phthalates, which is always a good thing. I have to say that the quality of this product is extremely impressive. I wasn’t expecting the silicone to feel this glorious, but that’s really the only word I can use to describe it. It is the matte type of silicone rather than the rougher surfaced stuff that attracts lint and friction. It feels extremely smooth to the touch and has very little drag to it. I always advise using lubricant to make the experience better though and in this case water-based is what you will need. After use, clean the 100% waterproof wand with soapy water and leave to dry.
Charging couldn’t be easier. Just place the usb end of the cable into the port on the plug and then plug into a socket. Following this; attach the magnetic side of the cable to the magnetic points on the back of the wand. A light will appear on the control panel flashing blue to indicate that the charge is taking place. I didn’t keep track of exactly how long it took to complete, but it couldn’t have been more than two and a half hours. A full charge gives around two hours of use, so all in all, the ratio of charge to play time is pretty good.
The Wicked Game Wand is operated via a three-button interface. Press and hold the central button down for a few seconds until the light comes on, then pick a side by pressing the corresponding arrows. If you’re wondering what I mean by side, then I have a little bit of a secret to tell you. This wand is actually dual-ended. That means you can use the head for external stimulation and the ‘handle’ as an insertable toy. It has a curvature in the shaft so it’s perfect for tackling the G-spot. Each side has its own motor with ten settings, but they cannot be used at the same time. So, when you’ve decided which side you wish to use, press the chosen arrow to cycle through the functions for that motor. You can switch motors (and side of the wand) by simply pressing the other arrow. It immediately switches from one to the other without having to fuss around turning the wand on and off first. Speaking of turning the vibrator off, just simply hold the central button down again for a few seconds.
So, what are the vibrations like? Well, I was quite impressed with them in the external side of the wand. I thought the constant speeds had a little bit of depth and rumble to them, which was nice, and the patterns were interesting. There’s a few that were definite no’s for me, but I was expecting that to be the case as I don’t really use the patterns on vibrators. I did like the escalating pattern on this wand though. In the internal side of the wand, I found that the vibrations felt buzzier. The intensity was about the same, but the second and third constant speeds sounded more high-pitched to me and felt it too. I definitely prefer the rumbles of the external side’s motor, but I’m not too fussy about the type of vibrations when it comes to internal use so I wasn’t too disappointed with the other side.
I held the Wicked Game against my clitoris, expecting to want to ramp up the vibrations to the strongest constant speed straight away and simply ignore the others, but I didn’t. I enjoyed the depth behind the lower settings and enjoyed building up to an orgasm slowly. I must be clear when I use the word slowly as this means around ten minutes in my world. I am someone who usually prefers fast paced orgasms as I’m a busy girl who gets tired easily, but I can achieve those faster climaxes if I use the highest setting and put my mind to it. I’d probably place it in the medium range of intensities out of the wands that I currently own, but that’s what makes it great for building up to a big finish.
It doesn’t have to be limited to clitoral use though, as it can be used on any erogenous zones. My partner finds it to be very satisfying when used against his glans, nipples or the base of his penis. It can also be used outside of intimate pleasure as a massage tool. It’s comfortable to hold due to the ergonomic shaft and the oval head is really great at getting into those tight knots that bury themselves under the skin. It’s not my favourite wand to use for this purpose, but it can get the job done. I usually prefer to use something broader like the Doxy.
As for the internal side, I have had lacklustre experiences. I prefer a flat, broad head for g-spot stimulation and whilst this has the broad part covered with five inches of girth, it’s not really flat. It seems to be too tapered for me to get the right amount of coverage. It has a good amount of firmness as there’s no flexibility to this end whatsoever but I can’t cover enough of my spot to achieve a satisfying amount of pressure. As a result of this, I haven’t been able to orgasm when using this end as a g-spot stimulator. When I took the idea of g-spot play out of the equation, I was able to use this for general vaginal stimulation and have a reasonably enjoyable time.
Overall, I think the Wicked Game is great as medium-power, affordable wand vibrator and I really enjoyed it for external use. I was disappointed by the internal end as it could have been so fantastic, had it been flatter with a rumblier motor. It was just too tapered for me to be able to be able to use it successfully to stimulate the sweet spot and as a result of that, I can’t give it full marks. It was a brilliant effort though and the pros still outweigh the cons for me, so I’d be happy to recommend it.
I received the Wicked Game Massaging Wand (£54.99) from So Divine in exchange for my honest review. You can purchase the Wicked Game from Nice ‘n’ Naughty. Thank you! Affiliate links have been used within this post.