Review: Bodywand, Ultra G‑Touch Attachment, Blush Omnia
You never forget your first!
Back in 2016, wand vibrators were still mystical to me. I was equal parts:
- Captivated by the promise of the ultimate orgasm(s)
- Skeptical of whether it would be suitable for me
- Scared of being numbed or desensitized by my vibrator
So I tried the Bodywand Midnight plug-in massager. While it was still a
power tool full-sized wand, it felt far less intimidating than the Magic Wand Original.
Five years later, I get to own the glow-in-the-dark version? Fuck yeah!
- I. Bodywand plug-in massager as a first wand?
- II. Ultra G‑Touch silicone wand attachment by Bodywand
- III. Blush Novelties Neo Elite GLOW Omnia
- IV. Further reading
Bodywand plug-in massager as a first wand?
The big perk of the Bodywand massager is that it features a dial for a gradual speed increase, rather than the two options of “OMG” and “OMFG.”
In other words, the Bodywand is newfangled compared to using a light dimmer with a Magic Wand Original.
However, since then, wand vibrators have come a long way, with more rumble and higher quality silicone heads. Better wands than the Hitachi Magic Wand Original include:
- Magic Wand Plus and Rechargeable, which offer four steady speeds and more rumble
- The Magic Wand Plus is the perfect first wand vibrator, IMO
- BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic — rumbly and made just for those who want to insert a wand head
- Doxy Die Cast, which I’d argue is the most powerful plug-in wand in existence, as of the day I posted this review
The Eroscillator is a great pinpoint mains-powered massager, too
I’ve long made it clear: the buzzy, high-pitched grind of the Magic Wand Original and Bodywand massager is largely a relic of the past. We have better options now. But that doesn’t mean I hate the oldies.
How I currently feel about the Bodywand massager by X‑Gen
After all this time, it’s still more than strong enough for lazy masturbation through my pants. (Consider: the Bodywand’s top speed is about the same intensity as the magic Wand Original’s lower setting.)
I might turn the Bodywand’s speed up and down and take breaks so that I don’t get overwhelmed or ticklish or temporarily numb from my wand massager. That and the noise are the main downsides.
However, if I have an afternoon to spend alone? The Bodywand is a lovely excursion — especially topped with a wand-compatible dildo like the LuzArte Jollet.
A glow-in-the-dark wand massager
Also, let’s be honest: I love acquiring more glow-in-the-dark sex toys!
And you best bet I’m keeping this piece of history for my posthumous sex toy museum! While it might not usurp my Magic Wand Plus any time soon, it’s undoubtedly one of the more eye-catching pieces on my display.
I readily anticipate the “Excuse me, is that a glow-in-the-dark wand?” comments on my Instagram. Top it with a day-glow pink G‑Touch silicone wand attachment for maximum UV blacklight punch.
NOTE: the Bodywand’s head is made of TPR, which is porous. Consider getting a silicone wand massager head to top it.
Ultra G‑Touch silicone wand attachment by Bodywand
The Ultra G‑Touch wand attachment is another blast from the past. I initially found out about it back in my younger days of play parties and dungeons. Castratta, Detroit’s Lady of Pain, loves her G‑spotty wand head.
Wand massager vibrations travel well through the firm silicone, sending an earthquake through your internal clitoris. Simultaneously, the outer portion massages the clitoral glans. The short shaft allows you to rock back and forth, alternating between focusing vibrations on your G‑spot and your external clit. And the flat head kneads the front wall while the exaggerated corona pulls against the urethral sponge.
Clenching around it reminds me of a vibrating, mid-sized version of the Blush Temptasia Elvira.
The cherry on top: the silicone’s finish is buttery matte with minimal drag. I don’t bother with the tiny textures directly against my clitoris, but they’re still delicious even through the hood. I highly recommend indirect clitoral pressure here.
Wand G‑spot attachment measurements
Bodywand’s larger Ultra G‑Touch wand attachment has about:
- 4″ of insertable length
- 1.7″ head and 2.3″ shaft
- 1.5″ maximum diameter
The smaller Ultra G‑Touch G‑spotting wand attachment measures 3″ (insertable length) and 1″ maximum diameter. I wish I had chosen the shorter one since my G‑spot is relatively shallow. A smaller insertable length would mean less distance to thrust to get simultaneous G‑spot and clitoral stimulation.
Everybody is different, though, so your mileage may vary.
Both fit wands that measure about 2.5″ across — making this wand attachment compatible with the following massagers:
A glow-in-the-dark dual-density dildo
I’m reviewing another glow-in-the-dark dildo because why the fuck not? The Blush Neo Elite GLOW Omnia suction cup dildo looks stunning next to my glow-in-the-dark dildos. And the price? Under $30.
A plush layer of cloudy, pliable silicone sits atop the Blush Omnia’s glow-in-the-dark silicone core. Pretty much the entire head is squishy, softer than a gummy bear — making it a surprisingly realistic dual-density dildo (at least sensation-wise). The bounciness makes the Blush Omnia fun to clench around during shallow stimulation. It’s slightly sticky, but that’s a dollop of lube fixes that.
The Blush Omnia glow-in-the-dark dual-density dildo measures about 1.25″ across the widest part of the head, and there’s 5.25″ of insertable length. In other words, it’s only a little shorter than the average human penis but quite a bit skinnier. Its long-and-lean, frill-free build makes it gentle for pegging or getting comfortable with penetration.
Does the Blush Neo Elite GLOW Omnia look familiar to you? It might if you’ve seen Blush’s other designs made from the same mold, such as: