Wanderlust ~ A Guide to the Dreamiest Wand Vibrators

​You may have heard that sex toys like the Hitachi Magic Wand can deliver deep, rumbly vibrations that give you some of the most intense pleasure your pussy can ever feel.

​Well, you heard right.

But which wand vibrator should you choose?

​Here I'm going to be looking at the 8 best wand vibrators you can buy right now, from the classic Hitachi to more modern ​wand sex toys. 

Let's get to it!

​Top 8 Best Wand Vibrators

​Hitachi Magic Wand (Original)

​The Wand Vibrator that started it all.

This ​classic toy helped kick-start the vibrator industry in the '60s. It was originally sold as a back massager, but because it worked so well as a clit vibrator, it soon became a symbol of the women's sexuality movements of the time.

The original wand was strong, it basically had just two settings: 'Holy shit', and 'Holy shit my clit is going to explode'.  

Direct stimulation with this ​toy is very intense, so be warned. It didn't become so famous for nothing!

“Magic Wand” Vibrating Wand

PROS: ​​Most famous wand ​massager of all time, 2 powerful settings, deep and rumbly vibrations

CONS: ​​Corded, simple compared to modern sex toys

The Hitachi can be used with over 30 attachments for the tip, including dildos, ticklers, spirals and rabbit-style add-ons. Our Magic Wand attachments guide goes into more detail.

​ Magic Wand Rechargeable  (Cordless)

​​​Now 100% wireless & waterproof!

​In 2013, adult toy company Vibratex got the rights to the OG ​Hitachi Wand design and released a cordless rechargeable version​ - essentially the Magic Wand 2.0.  

This version is 100% waterproof and has more settings, all without being tethered to a cord. If you want a modern twist on a classic toy, look no further!

Our ​Magic Wand Review compares both versions in more detail.

PROS: ​​M​ultiple vibration settings, 100% waterproof, cordless for easier play, ​wand rechargeable version

CONS: ​​​Expensive, a little tricky to hold

​Vibratex Mystic

​Small, flexible, intense.

​Designed like a smaller, more ​affordable version of the ​Hitachi Wand, the Vibratex Mystic comes with 6 different vibration patterns​.

​This wand vibrator's small size and flexible exterior make it easy to use solo, with a partner, and even during penetrative sex. The world is your oyster!

PROS: ​​​6 vibration settings, cheap, small and portable, flexible for various positions

CONS: ​​​​Doesn't pack the power of some wand vibrators, requires 4 AA batteries

​Vibratex Mystic (Mini)

​​USB rechargeable version of the Mystic!

​A slighty smaller and less-powerful version of the Mystic, the Mystic Mini is actually USB rechargeable, so it doesn't need AA batteries like its big sister.

​​While the overall power is a little bit reduced, the Mystic Mini Wand Vibrator comes with the same 6 settings and you don't need to worry about batteries, which is nice.

PROS: ​​​ USB rechargeable, 6 vibration settings, cheap, very small and portable

CONS: ​​​​​Slightly smaller and weaker than the original

​Who still uses batteries anyway? This ain't the '90s.

​Tantus Rumble

​7 rumbly vib​e patterns in 1 little toy!

​At just $75, the Tantus Rumble is the ​top mid-range wand vibrator I've ​cum across (pun intended!). It may look like an electric razor, but don't let that deter you!

​This wand vibrator has 7 vibration settings ​that are rumbly, not buzzy. The handle is shaped for grip and easier to hold than other wands.  For cleaning, the silicone head comes off and can be completely sterilized.

PROS: ​​​ ​Affordable, 7 vibration settings, deep rumbly sensations, easy to hold and sterilize silicone head

CONS: ​​​​​Not as powerful as some wands, not the nicest-looking design

​Lelo Smart Wand

​Buying one would be smart.

​Made by Swedish sex toy giants Lelo, the SmartWand is a stylish yet powerful wand vibrator with a whopping 8 vibration settings to try.

100% waterproof for bath or shower play, the Lelo SmartWand is fully rechargable and whisper-quiet despire its powerful, rumbling vibrations.

PROS: ​​​ ​100% waterproof, rechargeable, cordless, 8 vibration settings, quiet yet powerful

CONS: ​​​​​​Expensive, shiny plastic base looks a little cheap IRL

If you want to experiment with a blended orgasm, Kenneth's Play Guide recommends using a Lelo SmartWand on your clitoris and the NJoy Pure Wand on your internal G-spot.

Le Wand

Yes, it's really called that.

The French cousin of the Hitachi, this opulent sex wand is what you might call très chic.

Le Wand has 10 speeds and 20 patterns, making for 200 total combinations.  The head is also flexible and there is a selection of attachments available for new and exciting sensations.  

At $170, it's more expensive than most, but there is also a petite version for $85.

PROS:  10 speeds and 20 vibration patterns, very powerful, flexible neck design, body-safe silicone, 3-hour battery life

CONS: Expensive

Star Wars Sex Toy Wands

Cum to the dark side.

Geeky Sex Toys is a company that makes a series of Star Wars-inspired wand vibrators that deserve a special mention. 

There's three main types: Darth Vibrator, R2-V2, and Vibe Trooper.

Each wand vibrator has 3 different speeds and a whopping 30 patterns, giving you plenty to explore while making the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.

PROS:  Rechargable, actually very powerful, great gift for Star Wars fans, 30 patterns, 3 speeds, 3 different versions

CONS: Pricey, very niche product

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Best Wand Likes Price Link
Doxy Die Cast
17
Price: $189
Magic Wand Original
11
Price: $59
Magic Wand Cordless
9
Price: $124
Lelo Smart Wand
8
Price: $199
Mini Wanachi
6
Price: $16
Le Wand
3
Price: $170
Tantus Rumble
2
Price: $70
Vibratex Mystic
2
Price: $49
Le Wand Petite
2
Price: $135
Vibratex Mini
1
Price: $35
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How to Use a Wand Vibrator

Set the mood to feel more at ease

​Before you jump into vibrations, start warming yourself up and getting the blood flowing.  Massage your ​pussy with your fingers, dim the lights, put on some relaxing music... whatever you need to do to get yourself in the right mindset.

​Keep the wand moving for varied sensations

If you hold your wand vibrator in one place for too long ​you'll often find that you become numb and desensitized.  Instead, keep moving your wand vibrator around the entire vulva, clit, penis, or anus.

​Personally, I like to switch between up-down, circular, up-up, down-down, and zig-zag motions!

​Use it in the bath for the ultimate relaxation

If you have a waterproof wand vibrator like the Lelo SmartWand, you can take it into the bath or shower.  ​You can use the wand normally or hover the wand just in front of your vulva and pulse the water for a different kind of vibration. Light some candles, play some jazz... chill out!

​Try using it with a partner for better sex

Big wands work well for clit stimulation in spooning and doggy-style positions.  Smaller wands may be able to fit between you in tighter positions like missionary. Using a wand vibrator during sex or foreplay can make for some truly unforgettable pleasure.

​​Use it for a back massage (as they were intended!)

​Yep, before ​Sex Therapist Betty Dodson discovered that they made amazing orgasm machines, people used wand vibrators for back massages.  Their strong vibrations still work good for relaxing tight muscles and soothing away tension after a long day.

Cumclusion - Which is the Best Wand Massager?


​Wand Massagers are a unique female toy, representing a significant shift for women's liberation and sexual freedom in the 1960s and 1970s.

​I'm not saying you need to be a suffragette to use these toys, but it's nice ​that they have a wholesome backstory​.


​I'd definitely say that the Original Magic Wand is my favorite here, though the SmartWand is a close runner-up!

So, which toy was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below. I hope you enjoyed this list of the best wand vibrators!

​If you want to learn about the other types of vibrators, ​check out our full guide to the best vibrators​.

About The Author ~ Amelie Pons, Sex Toy Tester


Amelie Pons is a sociology major who has a passion for studying the experiences of BDSM-oriented people.   In 2017 she completed her thesis on the ritualized nature of conscious kink, and has been working as a pro-domme since.

When she's not in the field, you'll find her attempting to keep her succulents alive, collecting kombucha bottles, or taking her cat for a walk.

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