Toy Review: The Mystic Wand Vibrator By Vibratex

For many years I have been aware of a toy know as one of the classic reliable, ‘go-to’ medium wand vibrators on the market. Heck, for many years I have owned this vibrator, but I’ve yet to review it.

How is this even possible?

#ReviewerLife.

I have been so busy with company reviews that, even though I purchased the Mystic Wand way back in the days before Lovehoney had an advert of TV (or even a TV series, for that matter), I just haven’t had the time to review toys from my personally purchased collection.

And yes, I paid for this toy with my own money, from Lovehoney, and I didn’t take advantage of their no-questions-asked return service that existed then.

That’s got to say something, right?

The Mystic Wand Vibrator By Vibratex

The Mystic Wand Vibrator by Vibratex is a toy that is almost universally liked. No, scratch that, loved. This vibrator has a five star rating over at SheVibe. T=Way back in 2011 the still-then-iconic Hey Epiphora gave this wand a shining review and it was this review that first had me drooling over the Mystic Wand myself.

It’s a wanderful, wanderful life?

This wand itself comes in at a travel-friendly 8.25 inches long and is 1.75 inches in diameter at its widest point. it’s old school – taking 2 x AA batteries, but was perhaps one of the earlier toys to take batteries and yet not suck or devolve in to a buzzy mess, which already made it stand out back when it was first released.

This toy comes with its own storage bag (again, optimizing its travel potential) and has two control buttons – an on/off one and a F button. The F stands for ‘functions’ on this button, and is used to filter this toy through its 6 different vibration patterns, three of which are continual with varying intensities.

The annoying thing with the function button is that it can’t filter back and fourth, but this is common enough with sex toys, so it’s not exactly going to forever condemn this vibrator to the realm of unacceptable fucks.

The patterns themselves are pretty standard, but should please most people – who aren’t all about that pattern life but do like to have the option. The varying intensities start stronger than you might expect but that’s because this is a strong toy. In general they increase at a reasonable pace and reach their peak with a strength that matches the ‘high intensity’ label that you would give it (but more on that later).

The toy itself has an ABS plastic handle (with a matter surface to it) and a silicone head and flexible silicone neck. The silicone used is also a grippy matter and has ridges on it but these ridges aren’t so frequent or slim that they cause irritation. There is enough of a broad smooth top to this wand that you can avoid the ridges altogether, too, should you wish. I have never been a fan of ridges on my wands so this is what I do.

Look at this mess. Just look at it! (And that’s only from taking it out of its storage bag.

Being made from ABS plastic and silicone, this wand is completely non-porous, phthalate-free, and generally body-safe. You’ve got no worries of this toy melting on to your other toys, giving you an infection, or oozing noxious odors or anything of the sort. It just wants to be your vibrating bestie and improve your life with its hummingbird vibrations.

It also wants to be a dust magnet, and get loads of lint, dust, and gunk into those little grooves in its head and neck, but we’ll forgive that for now.

The Mystic Wand was made many years ago yet remains, to this day, one of the stronger and more effective medium-sized wands on the market. It starts out with a mid-strength quiver, deep enough to make my thighs shudder and to ripple down my vulva and towards my booty with its strength.

From there, you get in to a more continual, rapid, and (of course) stronger humming with enough strength to be considered on part with the original Doxy Wand’s standard starter setting in terms of comparison. For those who haven’t used a Doxy – it’s vibrating with a similar intensity to what most mid-price vibrators might offer as their maximum ‘intense/super strong sensations’ level. Rub this close to your clit or frenulum/coronal ridge and you’re bound to feel the intensity reach deep in to your body.

The strongest setting vibrates so rapidly that, at first, it might seem shallower, but it’s when you press it against your body that you get a sense of its true oomph. It’s not a juddering rumble, more like a storm in a bottle: condensed, compounded, but still undeniably formidable and evocative of the deepest emotional responses. I rarely have to use this setting to get to a strong climax (preferring the cadence of the middle setting) but, if I do, I know that I’m going to be curling my toes with delight come the end of my session.

The buttons are easy enough to use.

But, if this toy delivers such good sensations, then why have I not reviewed it yet?

Well, aside from the above business, the truth of the matter is that there are other wands that I own and enjoy more that can deliver very similar sensations. The PalmPower Recharge being a good example, and the Doxy 3 being the best so far. I think if I could be cremated with my Doxy 3 I would, but I reckon the Doxy 3 would come out the other end pristine and unscathed, such is its divine greatness.

For me its the ridges of this toy, the size of its head, the annoyance of the F button’s limitations, The difficulty of cleaning it (a toothbrush is required) – all of these things come together to make a wand I’m likely not using if there are other options.

If I’m travelling, then it might sometimes grab it but, outside of that, this wand mostly sits in my house unfairly untouched.

And I do mean ‘unfairly’ because this is, by all accounts, a really great wand that performs well. Epiphora writes in her review that ‘The Vibratex Mystic Wand is a damn good sex toy. No caveats, no horror stories. It just gets things right.’ and that is 100% accurate. This toy gets shit done and it’s good at it. It’s not the best for me, but this isn’t always about me. Heck, it’s never about me – it’s about you – and I think this toy will serve most of you very well.

Final Thoughts

This toy is a powerhouse in a portable, compact, no cords required construction and I highly recommend it for anyone who wants a strong wand they can just whip out and use wherever, whenever.

Bonus being that because this toy has been out for so long it’s now pretty cheap to purchase, currently being on sale at SheVibe (as of this review).

If your reference is towards juddery rumbles, you dislike ridges on your wand, or you like smaller heads on your mid-sized wands then this toy won’t be perfect. But, even then, chances are it’s still going to deliver some exceptional orgasms that made you wonder why you ever doubted it.

I don’t use this toy often but I don’t regret owning it and I do enjoy it almost every time I use it. If that high endorsement can come from someone who is generally ‘meh’ about the Mystic then imagine the experience you might get if you adore what this wand has to offer.

Recommend to:

People who like strong, smooth vibrations.

People who like ridges on their wand head.

People looking for a on-the-go wand.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who prefer thumping rumbles.

People who dislike ridges.

People who need an easy-to-clean wand.

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