Honey Play Box Pomi powerful mini wand massager review
Small. Mighty. The Honey Play Box Pomi mini wand massager packs a punch, impinging on the iconic Magic Wand Mini’s territory.
While Pomi hasn’t entirely usurped the throne, there are at least four reasons to love it more:
- More powerful vibrations (I’ll elaborate on that later)
- Fully waterproof and submersible!
- More pattern options
- A smaller price tag
Of course, raw strength isn’t the only thing that matters. Whether the Honey Play Box Pomi’s vibration quality is suitable for your body will also be a crucial point of discussion.
Why try a mini-wand?
Mini wand vibrators offer a few perks over their full-sized relatives:
- Lightweight and potentially easier to hold
- They take up less vulva real estate, combining broad-ish vibration with fisting and huge insertions
- …or just combine a mini-wand with missionary vaginal intercourse. I guess that’s a more common usage.
That does, however, come with some drawbacks:
- They also have a shorter battery life don’t tend to be usable while plugged in
- Mini-wands only contain so much room inside for motors and batteries, so they’re less potent on average than full-sized wands
Luckily, the Pomi’s strength-to-size ratio is still stellar.
My first impressions of the Honey Play Box Pomi
Unboxing my Honey Play Box Pomi was like admiring a high-end hair straightener.
The metallic accents and sparkling pigments give the illusion of anodized aluminum and chrome plating. Also, it’s dense! The Honey Play Box Pomi’s heft caught my attention. While it’s smaller than the Magic Wand Mini, it feels sturdy and substantial for its size.
Also included is a USB magnetic charging cord and storage pouch, plus the box itself is sturdy.
A black silicone head tops the shimmery red plastic handle. Still, there are other color options:
- Deep grey handle with black head
- White handle with pink head
- Pink all over
Honey Play Box’s Pomi is an itty-bitty qt patootie petite specimen, but don’t underestimate its power.
Honey Play Box Pomi shape and size
Unlike most other mini-wands on the market, the Pomi’s head is spherical rather than slightly cylindrical. It measures 1.9” across, ever-so-slightly thicker than the Magic Wand Mini.
I appreciate Pomi’s neck’s firmness since I get to apply more pressure to my clit with less effort. If you need firm clitoral pressure, consider that a blessing.
Other specs where the Pomi deviates from the Magic Wand Mini include:
- Length (6.7” vs. 9.7” long)
- Weight (161.5 vs. 276.3 grams)
- One button control
Overall, Honey Play Box’s Pomi is way smaller and more straightforward. On the one hand, you won’t have as much of a handle for reach. On the other, it’s more compact for taking it on the go without sacrificing much power.
Honey Play Box Pomi vibration quality
Pomi’s first speed is about level with the Magic Wand Mini’s second intensity. And once you get to the Pomi’s highest setting, that’s beyond the Magic Wand Mini’s range.
It’s strong but has a lot of buzz — even the Pomi’s bottom speed is relatively high-pitched, at 103 Hz (then 108 and 111). Like, my hands HURT when I held them to compare vibration strength. It’s also quite loud to match the mechanical energy it emits.
While the Magic Wand Mini has more rumble, it’s not as strong. I found it utterly unmemorable because of how the vibrations were distributed. Meanwhile, Honey Play Box’s Pomi bulldozes through with its strength.
How the Honey Play Box Pomi feels in use
Do not expect subtlety with the Honey Play Box Pomi. I tend to use it through underwear and sweatshorts; work-from-home life does be like that. And even then, I sometimes need to rub myself with my fingers first for a warm-up.
That could be a good or bad thing for you. Again, I’m pretty sensitive from a cold start, and it can be too much immediately after orgasm.
I wish the Pomi had more speeds on the low end or more buttons to reduce the intensity, but I can’t complain, considering the price. Plus, unlike the Magic Wands, it’s fully waterproof and submersible.
Settings, controls, and charging
One button controls the Honey Play Box Pomi’s 10 settings — 3 steady speeds and 7 patterns:
- A staccato rhythm
- Longer pulses
- Even longer pulses
- 3 short buzzes and a long one (1–2‑3–44444444)
- Pulses increasing in length (111–222222-3333333333–4444444444444)
- High-low speed alternation
- 9 short pulses then one long pulse
I usually don’t like patterns, but the more consistent ones on this mini-wand (1–3 mentioned above) can take the edge off a little.
Long press to turn the mini-wand massager on, short press to cycle through the settings, and long press again to turn it off.
Closing thoughts on the Honey Play Box Pomi
The Honey Play Box Pomi’s vibration timbre is a double-edged sword. Do not get it if you want subtlety or rumble. But if you don’t mind a bit of bite, $50 for 3 stroooong steady speeds is pretty great.
Use it in the bath, with an insertable, with a partner — this wand’s diminutive frame makes it versatile for positioning while still carrying big wand strength.
This post was sponsored by Honey Play Box. Opinions expressed are my own.