KinkLab Neon Wand Kit
KinkLab Neon Wand Kit
For years, we've longed to bring all of you an electrosex kit, but every kit we tried was either too expensive for most folks, or alternately, of poor quality. Finally, we've found a safe and reliable wand for anyone who ever wanted a Violet Wand! The Neon Wand from KinkLab comes complete with four glass attachments to provide a range of sensations, an easy-to-access variable power dial, and a full eight feet of cord. Available with a red or white handle, and either red or purple electrical discharge so you can customize the aesthetics of your e-stim experience. Powerful enough to deliver an intense electrical zap at the higher settings, and gentle enough to merely tickle the skin, the Neon Wand is perfect for beginners and advanced players alike. Be sure to check out other Kink Lab attachments to bring your fun to the next level!
Working Frequency: 50-60HZ
Materials: PPV Plastic Hardware + Copper Tube + Glass Rods
Specifications for KinkLab Neon Wand Kit
- Hardness & Density:
- Sound Level:
- Made in China
- Dimensions: 10"
- Weight: 420g
There really is nothing quite like this toy. This is an absolute must for sensation play. The various attachments will provide different levels of shock, and let you experiment to find the right level for you.
A great addition to any toy box as it provides a unique sensation. The strength varies a good amount depending on the setting from fairly mild to surprisingly strong and fun. I would also recommend the power tripper attachment as it allows you to use your fingers to conduct the electricity.
I first came across this toy at a conference and never thought electricity play would be something I would enjoy, and if I hadn't had the chance to try it before purchase I probably would not have tried it. But it is amazing. This toy offers many different intensities from a mild tingle to a strong zap. It has quickly become one of my favourites. It is great for people who have various tolerances. It is also one more thing to use as a lightsaber in the bedroom.
The intensity of the shocks vary from barely perceptible to very painful. The knob gradually increases the intensity in many steps, so it's easy to find one that suits you. You can further customize the intensity by using the different attachments. Each attachment will feel different on the same knob setting, because the shape of the attachments will focus the electricity differently. Attachments with higher surface area will feel less intense on the same setting. Overall, it's what I expected and a good toy.
I have the White version of this, and I am approaching it as if they are equivalent - I am not aware of anything that says that these are actually different versions outside of their coloration. In general I think that the Neon Wand is a useful sensation play toy, and if you're worried about intensity, be aware it's pretty easy going!
Basic rule of thumb for electrical play is the smaller the contact point, the more intense it is - and if you ground it out (touch the probe against the skin), it will drop in intensity. At its absolute max with the absolute smallest contact point offered in the kit, held barely above the skin, I have had it repeatedly describe as being about as painful as getting a tattoo. This is the absolute upper limit - any of the larger contact points (or multi-contact points) is going to wind down that sensation and spread it over a larger area, and touching it directly to the skin will further wind it down. You can of course amp this up by using it on wet skin, or maybe try using an electro-conductive gel to see if you can spread it out. Probes should never be inserted into an orifice because they are glass, but wet skin also extends to genitals!
They make a great sensation toy because they glow bright, make a zappy noise, and give little sensations you can play with. Thoroughly recommended because of that. But if you want to amp it up? Get the Power Tripper attachment. Check my review of it on this shop (character constraints!).