Rechargeable Wand Vibrator Comparison & Mini-Reviews: find the best cordless & compact wands

Find how your faves compare: Magic Wand Rechargeable, Le Wand Rechargeable, Dame Com, We-Vibe Wand, and more!

Lovense Domi Magic Wand Mini Dame Com Magic Wand Rechargeable Wand Massagers

I love long and fill­ing insertable per­verta­bles, but some­times, I want an intense wank with­out tak­ing my pants off. Wand vibra­tors are per­fect for that. And there are plen­ty of cord­less, recharge­able wands on the mar­ket, but they vary wild­ly in vibra­tion depth and breadth.

These features are essential in picking out the best cordless wand massagers:
  • Many speed options to suit dif­fer­ent moods
  • Rumbly ampli­tude
  • The low­est set­ting is a deep purr
  • An easy-to-clean and body-safe sil­i­cone head

Read on for a fast blast com­par­i­son of 11 dif­fer­ent recharge­able wands — some great, some "meh." It rates them by the above cri­te­ria, price, set­tings, con­trol pan­el, water resis­tance, and head size.

[Image: Magic Wand Plus, BMS Factory Swan Wand, We-Vibe Wand, PalmPower Extreme, Pillow Talk Cheeky, Blush Noje W4 side-by-side]

Rumbly vs. buzzy vibrations

Most peo­ple know that the right vibra­tion strength is essen­tial when shop­ping for a vibra­tor. However, it's not the only thing that affects how a vibra­tor feels. That's where the word "rumbly" comes in. Think of a 2012 Excision show where the boom­ing bass rat­tles the inside of your nose. Now think of a mos­qui­to buzzing in your ear. That's the dif­fer­ence in vibra­tion quality.

[Image: the weight inside a vibrating motor is off-center]

The rum­bli­est vibra­tors are big on ampli­tude or range of motion and have a rich, low tim­bre on low­er set­tings — some of which are sub-bass.

It's more intense because the spin­ning weight inside is heav­ier and more sig­nif­i­cant. And the big­ger a vibra­tor is, the more room there is for oth­er com­po­nents, like the bat­tery. Shown here is a (tiny and buzzy!) iPhone vibra­tion motor.

When you dip rumbly vibra­tors in water, they form big waves and splash. In use, they shake more of the inter­nal cli­toris. Shown in the pic­ture is the BMS Factory Pillow Talk Sassy, a.k.a. the best G‑spot vibra­tor.

[Image: the BMS Pillow Talk Sassy splashes when dipped in water and makes bigger waves than the LELO Mona 2 does]

On the oppo­site end of the spec­trum, buzzy vibra­tors are surface-level and rely more on speed for their pow­er. Their quiv­er­ing yields tiny rip­ples spaced close­ly together.

Where sex toy reviewers draw the line between the buzzy and rumbly is subjective.

Some might describe a vibra­tor with mod­er­ate ampli­tude and low fre­quen­cy as rumbly, and oth­ers call it weak. Examples of that include the Fun Factory Be One and Iroha Zen.

Conversely, I'd prob­a­bly call it buzzy if a fast RPM veils a vibe's range of motion, like the Magic Wand Original, Mystic Wand, or Bodywand. If you've felt itchy or tem­porar­i­ly numb while using a vibra­tor, your body might have fil­tered out the over­stim­u­lat­ing, high pitch.

Generally speak­ing, bone-rattlingly rumbly vibra­tors don't need super high speeds to show­case their pow­er. However…

It's tough to talk about vibration intensity in objective terms.

…at least, if you don't take the vibra­tor apart. UPDATE! I have dis­sect­ed some bul­let vibra­tors to show you what rumbly vs. buzzy motors look like from the inside!

I've includ­ed infor­ma­tion about vibra­tion qual­i­ty, fre­quen­cy, and speed range in this mini-review round-up of recharge­able wands.

Rechargeable wand vibrator comparison and ranking table

Some things to keep in mind when reading the table
  1. You can scroll hor­i­zon­tal­ly to see more columns, if on a nar­row screen
  2. This table indi­cates prices when you use my coupon codes
    • SUPERSMASHCACHE for 10% off at Peepshow Toys
    • SUPER for 10% off at Betty's Toy Box
    • Exception: you can use code SUPERSMASH10 for 10% off your first order at Spectrum Boutique, but since it doesn't apply to orders after that, I'll use Spectrum's reg­u­lar price
  3. Hertz (Hz) rep­re­sents oscil­la­tions per sec­ond, while RPM stands for rev­o­lu­tions per minute. 
    • To get RPM from Hz, mul­ti­ply by 60.
RankProduct (Links to Mini-Reviews)Price (Links to Shop Pages)Vibration QualityFrequency (Hz)SettingsControlsWaterproof?Head Width
1Magic Wand Rechargeable$7THUDDY AF45–1054 steady
4 patterns
3 but­tonsNo2.3"
2Lovense Domi$119THUDDY50–76Continuous plus cus­tomiz­able pat­terns in app
3 steady
4 patterns
2 but­tons
Bluetooth app
Waterproof1.7"
3Doxy 3 R / Rechargeable$170Rumbly53–1146 steady
1 pattern
3 but­tonsNo1.7"
3Le Wand Rechargeable$153Rumbly, bor­der­ing on zingy73–9410 steady
20 patterns
3 but­tonsSplashproof2.3"
4BMS Swan Wand Classic$107THUDDY AF25–70Continuous
3 steady
4 patterns
2 but­tonsWaterproof1.5" and 2.0"
5We-Vibe Wand$161Rumbly with deep and flut­tery purr25–75Continuous plus cus­tomiz­able pat­terns in app2 but­tons, joy­stick, Bluetooth appWaterproof1.9"
6Dame Com$125Moderately rumbly with flutter35–73Continuous
5 steady
4 patterns
3 but­tonsWaterproof2"
7Magic Wand Mini$69 (nice)Rumbly, bor­der­ing on zingy76–1033 steady3 but­tonsNo1.9"
8BMS PalmPower Extreme$90Rumbly, bor­der­ing on zingy25–85Continuous
4 steady
3 patterns
2 but­tonsSplashproof1.8"
9BMS Pillow Talk Cheeky$53Rumbly50–85Continuous1 but­tonSplashproof1.5"
10Blush Nöje W4$45Zingy70–902 steady
8 patterns
1 but­tonSplashproof1.5"

Full-sized and midi-wands

Let's start with the bona fide wands that peo­ple think of when they hear "pow­er­ful vibrator."

Left to right below: Magic Wand Plus, Doxy Die Cast, Magic Wand Mini, and Magic Wand Rechargeable.

I'll talk about the Magic Wand Rechargeable first, then the Mini in a lat­er sec­tion of this post.

Magic Wand Plus Doxy Die Cast Magic Wand Mini Rechargeable Wand massager comparison

Hitachi Magic Wand Rechargeable by Vibratex

The Magic Wand Rechargeable has the same shell and motor as the Magic Wand Plus, so read my full review of that. The Plus and Rechargeable ver­sions start at about 45 Hz (or 2700 RPM), allow­ing me to savor the thud­dy weight.

Their shared three-button con­trol pan­el increas­es and decreas­es speed quick­ly. At around 63 Hz (3800 RPM), even the sec­ond speed is still rumbly and not espe­cial­ly loud.

I say "around" because the Magic Wand Rechargeable is heav­ier to accom­mo­date the bat­tery. Thus, its vibra­tions don't feel exact­ly as sharp as the Magic Wand Plus's.

Comparison to other rechargeable wands

[Image: We-Vibe Wand with silicone Stroker attachment and Magic Wand with We-Vibe Flutter attachment]

The Doxy Die Cast is the rum­bli­est mains-powered vibrator.

However, it's hard to top the Magic Wand Rechargeable when it comes to the rum­bli­est recharge­able vibra­tors.

In terms of pow­er, the BMS Swan Wand Classic's top speed is between the Magic Wand Rechargeable's sec­ond and third set­tings. The PalmPower Extreme also comes close to that, but it doesn't achieve the same lev­el of thuddiness.

And We-Vibe's Wand fea­tures a lower-pitched purr with more pre­cise speed con­trol than the Magic Wand, but it's not near­ly as pow­er­ful. Its high­est speed is between the upgrad­ed Magic Wands' first and sec­ond speed in strength.

As a bonus, since the Magic Wands are the most well-known "back mas­sagers," more attach­ments are made to accom­mo­date them. That means you can com­bine pow­er­ful vibra­tion with flut­ter­ing, G‑spotting, tex­tures, penis stroking, and more with­out break­ing the bank.

Downsides of the Magic Wand Rechargeable Massager

Most obvi­ous­ly, Magic Wands are pow­er tools, and that's okay— there's no such thing as a per­fect sex toy for every­body on every occa­sion. Sometimes, it's too much for me, even with the new set­tings added. And there are big jumps in between, espe­cial­ly with the sec­ond and third speeds.

There are three but­tons (on-off, speed set­ting, and pat­tern), but I don't like how only one but­ton cycles through the speeds.

Rechargeable Wand Vibrator Comparison & Mini-Reviews: find the best cordless & compact wands 1

The Magic Wand Rechargeable is also bulky and heavy. If you have mobil­i­ty issues, oth­er wands may be more com­fort­able to hold. You could also con­sid­er get­ting a wand mount to straddle.

Other fac­tors that might get in the way include its auto­mat­ic shut-off and lack of water resis­tance. Yeah, it turns off by itself after 20 con­sec­u­tive min­utes of use. It's annoy­ing, but you can imme­di­ate­ly turn it back on.

If you're on a bud­get, get the Magic Wand Plus. The Plus ver­sion is cord­ed and doesn't have pat­tern set­tings, but the price is $70, sub­stan­tial­ly low­er than the Rechargeable. Otherwise, it's hard for a cord­less wand to top the Magic Wand Rechargeable, and I think it's worth every penny.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

Le Wand Rechargeable

Rechargeable Wand Vibrator Comparison & Mini-Reviews: find the best cordless & compact wands 2

If I had nev­er used the Magic Wand Rechargeable before, then Le Wand's ver­sion would prob­a­bly be my favorite full-sized recharge­able wand. But if the queen had balls, she'd be the king.

Contrary to the Le Wand Rechargeable's acco­lades, it's not the most pow­er­ful sex toy. It's not even the most pow­er­ful cord­less wand — but it is up there, after the Magic Wand Rechargeable. And it's about tied with the Doxy 3 Rechargeable (not to be con­fused with my ride-or-die, the cord­ed Doxy Die Cast).

I wish the Le Wand Rechargeable's design­ers had put more thought into design­ing its con­trol pan­el. What a mess!

Read my full Le Wand Rechargeable review or check out the prod­uct info page.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

Swan Wand Classic by BMS Factory

[Image: BMS Factory Swan Wand rumbly G-spot vibrator in a glass with smaller 1.5" diameter end on the bottom. The bigger 2" diameter end curves over the glasss edge]

The BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic is for those who crave a water­proof and G‑spotty ver­sion of the Magic Wand to insert. The vibra­tions start at a barely-audible 25 Hz (1500 RPM). It's 2" thick on its big­ger end and 1.5" on the oth­er side.

Both heads have motors that you can inde­pen­dent­ly con­trol. And unlike the oth­er wands on this list, the Swan Wand is explic­it­ly designed for pen­e­tra­tion. Its big head is tapered, with a front-loaded swell for knead­ing the front wall. It's firm, fill­ing, and leaves me starry-eyed and blissed out. (Read my old BMS Swan Wand Classic review.)

Even when an inser­tion isn't involved, I love the two-button con­trol on this thing. Press one but­ton to cycle through three steady speeds, up to 70 Hz (4200 RPM), and 4 pat­terns. Or, for more in-between inten­si­ties, hold the but­ton down while it slow­ly ramps up. You can turn on just one end, both, or (of course) nei­ther. To turn the unit off, quick­ly press both but­tons simultaneously.

The BMS Swan Wand combines the fine-tuning of the Pillow Talk Sassy with Hitachi Magic Wand-like vibrations.

[Image: BMS Factory Swan Wand next to Pillow Talk Cheeky and PalmPower Extreme]

Again, its max­i­mum inten­si­ty (70hz or 4200 RPM) is between the upgrad­ed Magic Wand's sec­ond (63 Hz or 3800 RPM) and third (90hz or 5400 RPM) speeds. But what makes the Swan Wand Classic stand out is that the weight inside — and there­fore the rum­ble — is almost par with the Magic Wand Plus or Rechargeable. Its vibra­tion qual­i­ty is more pro­found than the PalmPower Extreme's, and its wide range starts with a beau­ti­ful sub-bass purr.

The main thing that would make the Swan Wand even bet­ter is a way to decrease speed after orgasm with­out turn­ing it off entire­ly. I'd also love to see col­or options beyond pink. But set­ting those gripes aside, the Swan Wand Classic's PowerBullet™ vibra­tions are thud­dy, and its speed range is almost per­fect for me.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

We-Vibe Wand

[Image: We-Vibe Wand in front of mirror so you can see the profile view and the 3/4 view of the joystick control]

Like the BMS Factory Swan Wand, the We-Vibe Wand mas­sager starts purring at 25 Hz (1500 RPM). The low pitch is quite a rare feat.It does go up a lit­tle high­er in pitch to 75 Hz (4500 RPM), but its weight isn't as thud­dy. The We-Vibe Wand's vibra­tions also aren't neat­ly sinu­soidal. There's a tap­ping flut­ter to them, like a wob­bling bass. You'll love the We-Vibe Wand if you've enjoyed Je Joue or Fun Factory's vibra­tions.

Key fea­tures include a light­weight and ergonom­ic han­dle, but­tons and a joy­stick for speed con­trol, and cus­tomiza­tion via the Bluetooth app. (Read about the We-Connect app in my We-Vibe Nova rab­bit vibra­tor review). Its head is oblong and only a lit­tle thin­ner than the Magic Wand's, mean­ing that acces­sories com­pat­i­ble with one also fit the other.

Additionally, the We-Vibe Wand has Smart Silence™ tech­nol­o­gy for quick on/off. It vibrates when you press its head against your body and stops when you back it away or let go of the han­dle. And it's ful­ly water­proof. If you have room­mates or nosy par­ents, these fea­tures could be helpful!

Is the We-Vibe Wand worth the cost?

[Image: We-Vibe Wand with Stroker attachment around Uberrime Aqua-King. A pink We-Vibe Chorus is also in the foreground]

I get it: We-Vibe want­ed to make a unique, inno­v­a­tive, and bet­ter wand. But for $179 at the reg­u­lar price, it's sub­stan­tial­ly more cost­ly than any­thing else on this list. Here's what else you need to know before decid­ing to buy the We-Vibe Wand.

I do like that the We-Vibe Wand's con­trols are the absolute most com­pre­hen­sive of any wand on this list. Hitachi Vibratex's Magic Wands have dras­tic jumps between speeds, espe­cial­ly the sec­ond and third. And the BMS Swan Wand has no "down" but­ton; when using it, I can't exe­cute all of my tricks for longer and stronger orgasms. With the We-Vibe Wand, I can.

I hap­pen to like the Stroker and Flutter attach­ments includ­ed, but your mileage may vary— many review­ers have WTFed at the Flutter attach­ment. The penis stro­ker trans­fers the rum­ble well while rein­forc­ing that vibra­tors aren't just for sin­gle cis­women (hence We-Vibe).

It might be use­ful if you were already about to buy a penis vibra­tor like the Fun Factory Manta. And while the Flutter attach­ment won't replace my Fun Factory Volta, it's a fun way to add light pin­point stim­u­la­tion and versatility.

Overall, are you will­ing to sac­ri­fice a lit­tle pow­er for far supe­ri­or con­trols and a lower-pitched rumble?

Get the We-Vibe Wand and take 10% off with coupon code SUPERSMASHCACHE.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

COM by Dame Products

"I audi­bly insta-came the first time I tried the Dame Com inter­nal­ly." — me in my mega-guide to fist­ing.

Dame Com Wand Massager Review

Oh, fuu­uck. The Dame COM wand's width and shal­low cur­va­ture make it a per­fect­ly girthy A‑spot vibra­tor. It's hel­la G‑spotty, too, and the vibra­tions offer Dame Products' sig­na­ture deep purrrrrrr. I'm get­ting teary-eyed just think­ing about insert­ing it again and feel­ing it against my cervix. AAAAAAAAAAA.

The Dame COM wand mas­sager mea­sures 2" across the head and dips down to 1.5" at the han­dle. You also get about 8" of insertable length with it.

Admittedly, it's not my favorite as a wand. As with many oth­er Dame Products, the COM wand is mod­er­ate ampli­tude, low pitch. Its tim­bre is deep, but you won't get a lot a lot of pow­er out of it. As an insertable, though? Cue ahe­gao face.

Dame Com Wand Massager Review

There's plen­ty more to adore about the Dame Products COM:

  • You can grad­u­al­ly turn up the speed; there are 5 dis­crete steady inten­si­ties when you quick-press, but long-pressing the "up" or "down" but­ton slow­ly ramps it
  • IT'S WATERPROOF! Like, ful­ly sub­mersible, unlike most oth­er wands on this list. Love it!

In short: I don't know whether Dame Products intend­ed for the COM to be insert­ed, but it works beau­ti­ful­ly, and I should prob­a­bly end this sec­tion before it turns pornographic.

Get the Dame COM wand.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

PalmPower Extreme by BMS

[Image: BMS PalmPower Extreme in all black. Also a mirrored image so you can see the angled wand neck AND the control panel.]]

The BMS Factory PalmPower Extreme is anoth­er vibra­tor that uses PowerBullet™ tech­nol­o­gy. Of the PalmPower line, it is the strongest vibra­tor. Compared to the pre­vi­ous, big­ger wands on this list, though, there's a notice­able trade­off. The PalmPower Extreme is light­weight, com­pact, and angled for easy posi­tion­ing — and its motor is less robust than the Swan Wand Classic.

It's still ridicu­lous­ly strong by most sex toy review­ers' stan­dards, but it doesn't have the same "VOOM." Whereas the PalmPower Extreme's speed range is 20–85 Hz, the full-sized Swan Wand's is 20–70 Hz. I'm under the impres­sion that the former's high­er speeds are com­pen­sato­ry. And under­stand­ably so. The PalmPower Extreme's motor must be small­er to fit in the 1.8" diam­e­ter head, where­as the Swan Wand Classic is 2" across.

If I tried the PalmPower Extreme in iso­la­tion, I prob­a­bly would have praised it for many of the same things as the Swan Wand. They're both intense, and their con­trols are similar:

  • Quickly press a but­ton to cycle through the settings
  • Press-and-hold to grad­u­al­ly increase speed
  • Press the oth­er but­ton to turn the vibra­tor off

These par­al­lels make sense— they are made by the same com­pa­ny, after all. If there were more of a cost dif­fer­ence, I'd rec­om­mend the PalmPower Extreme in a heart­beat. But the Swan Wand Classic's price is a mere $10 more.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

Compact mini-wand vibrators

Reasons to use a mini-wand

[Image: Pink BMS Factory Pillow Talk Cheeky and Blush Noje W4 Wand vibrators on display in cups in front of a mannequin with jacket and enamel pins]

So if big­ger vibra­tor heads deliv­er deep­er vibra­tions, that must mean they're always bet­ter, right? Not nec­es­sar­i­ly— every­body is dif­fer­ent and has dif­fer­ent needs and pri­or­i­ties. For starters, not every­one enjoys broad stim­u­la­tion. Some pre­fer pin­point vibra­tions con­cen­trat­ed in a small­er sur­face area, hence my love for bul­lets like the Hot Octopuss Digit and We-Vibe Tango. Mini-wands also tend to be qui­et, light­weight, and travel-friendly.

They take up less space and don't hog the vul­va in use. When prepar­ing to con­sume a mas­sive dil­do like the Tantus Bishop XL, Vixen Randy, or VixSkin Gambler, that's some­thing to keep in mind. (…or when you're about to get fist­ed!)

Powerful vibra­tors help me relax my pelvic floor. But girthy inserta­bles pull my clit clos­er to the vagi­nal open­ing, leav­ing lit­tle room for a bulky wand to access it.

Lovense Domi 2

My Lovense Domi 2 mini-review could be made into a micro-review: "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!"

Rechargeable Wand Vibrator Comparison & Mini-Reviews: find the best cordless & compact wands 3

If you're on the fence about the Lovense Domi 2, just get it. It's the most pow­er­ful mini-wand I've tried. It starts with that love­ly sub-bass 50 Hz, then 70, then 76. In short: omg, OMFG, and AAAAA. The Lovense Domi 2 mas­sager gives me some of the strongest orgasms I've ever had from exter­nal stim­u­la­tion — not "just" moan­ing and scream­ing, but voice quiv­er­ing and damn near sob­bing from the release.

The Domi 2's two-button con­trol pan­el lets you access three steady speeds and four pat­terns, BUT THERE'S SO MUCH MORE from the Lovense Bluetooth app:

  • Control over the con­tin­u­ous speed range
  • Record cus­tom patterns
  • Long-distance video chat and control
  • Ambient sound acti­va­tion, which might be use­ful with a part­ner dirty talking
  • Vibrations sync­ing to your audio files or con­nect­ing to Spotify?!?!?!!?!? 
    • There is a slight delay, so the sync isn't perfect
    • BUT STILL, I AM IN HEAVEN?!?!?!

After a song's crescen­do, it takes a few sec­onds for the Lovense con­trol app to catch up, but that's a quirk I can appre­ci­ate. I synced some pop-punk music to the Lovense Domi 2 and HOOOH that pro­vid­ed me an ille­gal lev­el of fun by myself.

It's not about pick­ing the loud­est, row­di­est death met­al, but rather a song with lots of vari­a­tion. The more intense parts then REALLY catch me off guard and shock me, and that's part of the fun.

Tl;dr AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the Lovense Domi 2 might be my second-favorite cord­less wand. (After the Magic Wand Rechargeable, of course.)

Lovense Domi powerful bluetooth remote control wand vibrator review

The down­side: some read­ers have com­ment­ed that the Lovense Domi 2 has a rel­a­tive­ly high defect rate. Lovense does offer a 1‑year war­ran­ty on all their prod­ucts, though. And I think the vibra­tion sen­sa­tion is bomb enough that I'll use the heck out of it and get my money's worth before it dies.

It's up to you what your risk tol­er­ance is, though, and I under­stand not want­i­ng to drop $110+ on a vibra­tor that might break.

Get the Lovense Domi 2, a.k.a. THE MOST POWERFUL COMPACT CORDLESS WAND MASSAGER.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

Doxy 3 Rechargeable

Rechargeable Wand Vibrator Comparison & Mini-Reviews: find the best cordless & compact wands 5

As far as com­pact recharge­able wands go, I've yet to encounter one that tops the Doxy 3 R (A. K. A. Doxy Smol). It's not as pow­er­ful as the Doxy Die Cast (A. K. A. Doxy Lorge), but it's tied with the Le Wand Rechargeable.

Just make sure you read my com­par­i­son between the Doxy 3 R and Doxy Die Cast to set real­is­tic expec­ta­tions. The Doxy Smol's more tar­get­ed head can­not shake near­ly as much of my inter­nal clitoris.

But thanks to its heavy inter­nal weight, it retains a fan­tas­ti­cal­ly thud­dy vibra­tion qual­i­ty for how petite it is — even with such a wide range of speeds. Plus! Big but­tons that glow blue for breezy use in the dark.

My boyfriend ex and I adored using the Doxy 3 R on both of us at the same time while I was on top, strad­dling him. And its size makes it a delight­ful addi­tion to inter­course. Expensive? Yes. But I've reached for it again and again. We'd choose the Doxy 3 Rechargeable over so-called "cou­ples' toys" any day.

Shop the Doxy 3 Rechargeable now.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

Magic Wand Mini by Vibratex

YES, THERE IS NOW A MAGIC WAND SMOL, and it's cord­less! It's quite intense for the size and price and has three speeds: 76, 88, and 103 Hz.

Magic Wand Rechargeable vs. Magic Wand Mini

This mas­sager works, but to be hon­est, I'm not over the moon for the Magic Wand Mini. The but­tons are great, but three speeds? And while it is strong, the vibra­tion qual­i­ty is zingier/buzzier than I would have liked. I prob­a­bly won't often reach for the Magic Wand Mini often.

The Magic Wand Mini's 2nd speed strength is com­pa­ra­ble to the Pillow Talk Cheeky's high­est. If you're choos­ing between them, decide whether you'd rather have:

  • A wide, con­tin­u­ous range of inten­si­ties. There's one but­ton to con­trol them, and you can only either go up or turn it off and start from the bottom
  • Three dis­crete speeds with HUGE jumps in between, but three but­tons and the abil­i­ty to tog­gle up and down

If you'd pre­fer the lat­ter, get the Magic Wand Mini.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

Pillow Talk Cheeky by BMS Factory

[Image: pink Pillow Talk Cheeky mini-wand vibrator next to Magic Wand Plus]

The Pillow Talk Cheeky is the big­ger sib­ling of the best G‑spot vibra­tor: the Pillow Talk Sassy. Both are about 1.5" max­i­mum width, under $60, and boast phe­nom­e­nal vibra­tions for their size. It wouldn't be fair to com­pare them to full-sized wands. Still, the Pillow Talk Cheeky and Sassy's rum­ble out­per­forms comparably-sized lux­u­ry vibra­tors like the $169 LELO Mona 2. Times are chang­ing; amaz­ing, afford­able sex toys are the future.

As with the previously-mentioned BMS Factory wand mas­sagers, the Pillow Talk Cheeky has a con­tin­u­ous speed range. The inten­si­ty increas­es when you press and hold. The dif­fer­ence is that one but­ton con­trols every­thing. As such, a quick press turns the vibra­tor on and off. It's more bare-bones and less intu­itive, but I can't com­plain at its price.

I described the Pillow Talk Cheeky's low­est speed as "purring" in the full review. It's not as low-pitched or intense as the pre­vi­ous vibra­tors in this list, but still thor­ough­ly respectable. The Pillow Talk Cheeky and Sassy are at a sweet spot. Small and focused enough to get me off quick­ly. Amply rumbly for the size. And cer­tain­ly worth every penny.

Pssst! If you want to take 20% off the Pillow Talk Sassy, use my exclu­sive dis­count code, SUPERSASSY20 at Peepshow Toys. The SUPERSMASHCACHE code works for prac­ti­cal­ly every­thing else, includ­ing the Cheeky.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

Nöje W4 Wand by Blush Novelties

[Image: Blush Noveltes W4 Mini-Wand in lily pink in front of mirror]

Last up is the Nöje W4 Wand. I called it "zingy" because it's not weak nor surface-level for me, but it is higher-pitched than the oth­ers on the list. The Blush Nöje W4's fre­quen­cy range is between 70 and 90. Its vibra­tions feel sharp­er, with less buzzy bite than the LELO Mona 2, but less rumbly than the Pillow Talk Sassy. For $50, it's a lit­tle wand with a tiny price tag and a big impact. I just wish it had more speed set­tings. 2 speeds and 8 pat­terns? No. Just no. The Blush Novelties Nöje W4 Wand could have been so much more user-friendly.

[↑↑ Jump back to the wand vibrator comparison table ↑↑]

Conclusion

My thoughts on rechargeable wand massagers by Vibratex, BMS Factory, We-Vibe, & Blush Novelties

[Image: eggplant purple We-Vibe Wand, black PalmPower Extreme, lily pink Noje W4, pink BMS Pillow Talk Sassy, Swan Wand Classic, Magic Wand Plus wands]

Overall, the upgrad­ed Hitachi Magic Wands have the rum­bli­est strength-to-price ratio. Vibratex's Rechargeable ver­sion is the strongest cord­less vibra­tor, with more rum­ble and speed set­tings than the Original. That first set­ting? OOooOOhh, it was love at first touch.

In sec­ond place (and my favorite mini-wand) is the Lovense Domi 2 for its strength and drool-worthy ver­sa­til­i­ty. The most intensely-shaped wand for insert­ing is the Dame COM.

We-Vibe's Wand is less pow­er­ful than the Magic Wand Rechargeable, but its pitch is delight­ful­ly deep. Using the joy­stick or We-Connect app allows users to turn the vibra­tion speed up and down a con­tin­u­ous range— a fea­ture sore­ly lack­ing in oth­er vibra­tors. But it's expen­sive, so a crit­i­cal con­sid­er­a­tion is whether you'll use the sil­i­cone wand attach­ments that come with it.

Finally, the Magic Wand Mini is my top pick as far as com­pact, con­ve­nient, and afford­able mini-wands go.

Use my discount codes for 10% off

Get these pow­er­ful wand vibra­tors — or any­thing else — for 10% off at PeepShow Toys with coupon code SUPERSMASHCACHE

For Betty's Toy Box, use code SUPER for 10% off

You can also use dis­count code SUPERSMASH10 at Spectrum Boutique, giv­ing you 10% off your first order!

4 Responses

  1. Jimena says:

    I’ve been want­i­ng a wand for a while, this guide is real­ly helpful!

  2. nightingale says:

    Have you ever tried Unbound Ollie? It seems like its a full-size wand and its water­proof but i cant find any reviews about it, hmm.. (there are some only on their site but no any from blog­gers like you, and i am kin­da curi­ous how would it com­pare to oth­er wands)

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.