BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic Review: big, rechargeable vibrator

[Image: BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic pink in a drinking glass. The girthier end has a delicious diameter of 2"]

I often sug­gest 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. Thanks to its pow­er, ver­sa­tile shape, ridicu­lous­ly long bat­tery life, and con­sis­tent­ly pos­i­tive reviews from pow­er lovers, it is a no-brainer for size queens and peo­ple with clitorises.

Update: I have a new post about wands, where I do an even MORE IN-DEPTH com­par­i­son the Swan Wand to the Magic Wand Plus, along with some of the oth­er best wand mas­sagers!

Using the BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic Externally

The Swan Wand is pow­er­ful and rumbly, per­fect if you're going for lots of broad stim­u­la­tion. It's been one of my most-used vibes for the pow­er and the 8‑hour-long bat­tery life; it was always ready.

BMS Factory Swan Wand speed settings

There's plen­ty to love about the three thud­dy steady set­tings. The slow­est vibra­tion set­ting is a qui­et, 25 Hz purr that shakes my inter­nal cli­toris. 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, which is 75 Hz.

It's like going from 25 miles per hour to 65 to 100. Instead of press­ing the but­tons, though, you can also hold them to grad­u­al­ly ramp up the speed — akin to oth­er BMS toys like the Pillow Talk Sassy and Cheeky. But way more rumbly. The BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic's vibra­tion qual­i­ty is almost par with the Hitachi Magic Wand Plus and Rechargeable. Its speeds don't go up as fast, but the back-and-forth move­ment is just as deep.

Wand vibration patterns

[Image: BMS Swan Wand Classic, BMS Pillow Talk Sassy, We-Vibe Nova, LELO Mona 2]

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. I think the Swan Wand is per­fect for edging.

The BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic for Internal Use

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. UPDATE: I've used way big­ger toys now, like the Vixen Creations Randy, VixSkin Gambler, and Tantus Bishop Super Soft XL. The Swan Wand doesn't hurt my ure­thra anymore.

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 with min­i­mal effort.

My verdict on this big and rumbly insertable vibrator by BMS Factory

[Image: BMS Factory Swan Wand Review banner]

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 insertable vibra­tors with this kind of pow­er on the market.

If you want a pure­ly exter­nal wand, I high­ly rec­om­mend the Doxy Die Cast or Magic Wand Plus. They're among the best mains-powered wand massagers.

The BMS Factory Swan Wand, though? It's about as big and rumbly as you can go for a recharge­able G‑spot vibrator.

Get the Swan Wand in hot pink for $107.10 at Spectrum Boutique with my coupon code, SUPER

The discount applies sitewide, so use it for everything else you want at Spectrum, too! Shop now.

Or do some com­par­i­son shop­ping and take a look at oth­er pow­er­ful recharge­able wand  vibra­tors.

1 Response

  1. Kalliopeia says:

    I know this was pub­lished before it came out, but I'm curi­ous as to how this com­pares to the Rave.

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