So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator Review | Pleasure Panel

Price:
£54.99
Brand:
So Divine
Materials:
Silicone

So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator Review

By Pleasure Panel reviewer Just Jess

I’ve become a bit of a wand addict in the past couple of months, adding three to my collection since just before Christmas. However, a rechargeable one was missing from my arsenal… When one came up for review on the Pleasure Panel, it needed to be mine! Thank you Cara and So Divine for giving me the opportunity to review the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator.

Packaging

Other than some very cheesy text on one side promising to add “pizzaz to your passion sending you skyward”, I like the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator packaging. It’s the obligatory pink but there are no lurid pictures so it’s relatively discreet. So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator ReviewNestled in foam inside the box is the hot pink silicone wand, charging cable, storage pouch and a small information leaflet. The leaflet is largely unnecessary though as there is more information on the box than the leaflet.

In The Box / Charging

The USB charging wire comes with its own UK plug so no more toss up between charging my toys or my phone! The connector is magnetic but one of the strongest I’ve seen in a rechargeable toy. I managed to lift the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator up by the wire without it disconnecting.

Also, a 2 hour charge gives 2 hours user time.

Storage

So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator ReviewThe storage bag is brushed cotton in a soft charcoal grey colour with a small So Divine tab in the corner. I much prefer this to some of the cheap looking satin bags I’ve received with more expensive toys.

Plus, it’s big enough to store the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator, charger and some lube for a night away.

Double Ended

I didn’t realise until I received the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator that it’s not just a wand (skim reading fail) it’s double ended. That means the “handle” is also a G-Spot vibe!

Both ends have independent motors but I have found there is a lot of transfer down the shaft. Whichever side you’re using, the other is still vibrating slightly – but not enough to cause me wrist-ache or be too annoying.

Power

Looking at the product description on So Divine’s website, it mentions three speed options and seven pulsating patterns. I assumed this would be the same motor in both ends but I have noticed the patterns and the single speed intensities feel different in both ends. The wand end feels much stronger and less buzzy to me than the G-Spot end. I’m not sure if this is just due to the shape of the ends dispersing the vibrations differently or if they really are two different motors.

So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator ReviewSettings

The two motors can’t be used together. Hold the centre button in the middle of the shaft to turn the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Massaging Wand on and then scroll through the patterns and intensities using the button nearest the end you’re using. You can only scroll through one way, which can be annoying if you scroll too far in the heat of the of the moment. Then you have to scroll all of the way back through to get the setting you want or turn it off and start again. Also, if you manage to hit the button controlling the opposite end, your hand starts vibrating as that end fires up instead of the side you’re using.

The So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator has no memory of the last setting used so you have to find the one you want each time. This isn’t a deal breaker for me  but I know it’s a feature some reviewers love.

I’ve never been a big fan of patterned vibrations preferring to crank up the intensity on most vibes to the highest constant speed. On the G-Spot setting I found the patterns buzzy and unnecessary. The first one or two on the wand side, which are the more uniform patterns, I really enjoyed. I liked them for foreplay and prolonged teasing. However I had to switch to the highest intensity to cum.

Noise Levels

Neither end is particularly quiet but the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator is definitely quieter than its mains powered counterparts. I love my Doxy but it’s so loud. The Sweetest Taboo Wand is a great compromise if you need discretion from a wand.

Material

You’ll need to slather on the water based lube as the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator is coated in body safe silicone but it’s really draggy. I love the additional friction and unlike some silicone it’s not a fluff magnet.

Speaking of lube, the ridges around the controls and the middle of the wand are magnets for lube and gunk. They need to be cleaned really well or you get gross crusty bits! Luckily the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator is 100% waterproof which does make cleaning much easier.

So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator ReviewSpecs

Size-wise the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator is quite petite compared to mains powered wands. It’s also so much lighter at 175g, compared to over 500g for my original Doxy Wand. I find it a lot easier to manoeuvre as there’s no wires and there’s no need to be laid next to a plug socket.

Both the wand head and the widest part of the g-spot end are approx 5 inches. For the wand this means the vibes cover a wide area but they are still strong enough to offer the precision my clit needs – and the G-Spotter is definitely girthy.

Shape

My G-Spot needs firm stimulation from quite a flat head. Unfortunately, this is where the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator completely misses the spot for me. It’s tapered almost to a point and I found this sharp and jabby when I thrusted. The first time I used this end I pulled the vibrator out and threw it across the bed in a strop and subsequent uses have been no better.

Intended use or not, the wand head is so much better for my G-Spot,. You still get the benefit of the Sweetest Taboo Wand’s curve but the softer rounded head hits my G-Spot perfectly and leads to amazing squirting orgasms every time! I prefer to use this end as a dildo though, for G-Spotting only, using the vibrations on my clit.

Using either end the control buttons are really badly placed for internal use as these sit right on my vaginal opening. I can’t see or feel what I’m pressing as the buttons aren’t raised. More than once I’ve ended up switching the opposite side on or turning the whole thing off.

Conclusion

This really is a review of two halves. I loved the rumbly wand head and have used it most days since receiving the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator for review. However, I hate the G-Spot end. The motor is high pitched and buzzy, the pointed end seriously uncomfortable for thrusting and the positioning of the controls is completely impractical once in use.

As a wand alone I’d score the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator 9/10. Lightweight, silicone, rumbly, waterproof, toe curling orgasms – all things I adore. But the G-Spot side does nothing for me. That means overall I’d only give the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator 8/10 – and I’ll never use the g-spot end again!

– Just Jess


Thanks to Pleasure Panel reviewer Just Jess for this review of the So Divine Sweetest Taboo Magic Wand Vibrator.

This sex toy was sent free of charge, in exchange for a fair and honest review by the Pleasure Panel, by So Divine Sex Toys. Thank you! 🙂

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