BMS Factory Swan Wand review: big, rechargeable vibrator
I often recommend the BMS Factory Swan Wand when asked for recommendations for a powerful rechargeable vibrator. It not only boasts Hitachi-level earthquake power, but also two different sized ends with an independently controlled motor. One end is 2″ thick for broad external stimulation or girthy G-spot pressure and one 1.5″ thick.
It is decidedly not for the faint of the vagina. Between its power, versatile shape, ridiculously long battery life, and consistently positive reviews from power lovers, it is a no-brainer for size queens and power queens.
The Swan Wand is powerful and rumbly, perfect if you’re going for lots of broad stimulation. It used to be one of my most-used vibes for the power and the fact that it has an up to 8-hour-long battery life; it was always ready.
I think there’s plenty to love about the three steady settings. The slowest vibration setting is a purr that penetrates deep but is still gentle enough for even me, a clitoral lightweight. The second speed is plenty to take me over the edge if the first one hadn’t already made me insta-come. I rarely need the third setting.
I do, however, wish the Swan Wand had more in-between options. It’s like going from 25 miles per hour to 65 to 100.
The patterns menu features pulses, waves, and escalations that I haven’t seen elsewhere and add to the experience– while a lot of other toys’ patterns are hit-and-miss, all I could see myself using all four of the pattern options on the Swan Wand. There’s an excellent reason for this: the patterns go up and down, but they don’t tank in speed! There’s always some substantial amount of vibration even when the patterns dip. It never drops so low that I lose my orgasm. Instead, I think the Swan Wand is perfect for edging.
The thinner end is a versatilely moderate curve that’s steep enough to grind against many people’s G-spots, while gentle enough to not snag or pinch against the pubic bone. It’s also suitable for deeper penetration to press on the anterior fornix / A-spot. All of that is great, and I can’t gloss over it.
However, the star of the show is the fat end. It irritates my urethra upon insertion, but once it’s in, the tricky part is over. I hardly have to do anything to feel transcendentally blissed out. Tiny, tiny thrusts. The self-perpetuating pressure when I clench around the stiff resistance during an orgasm, making me come again and again. It’s all about getting the stretch and resistance in the right places so that I barely have to do any work.
I see reviews that say this toy is worth the price tag even if you can’t take the fat end, but as someone with a very discerning clitoris, I can’t agree. I wouldn’t have bought the Swan Wand for just the thinner insertable end. For size queens, there aren’t many big toys with this kind of power on the market; this is about as big and rumbly as you can go.
You can get the Swan Wand in hot pink for $120 at SheVibe.