I’ve bought a violet wand, as I told you all in a post a couple of weeks ago, and now I’ve had a chance to get myself familiarized with it. If you are into electroplay using TENS units, then I would say that the experience of a violet wand is completely different.

I love using TENS units myself, but the violet wand is so much better for a lot of reasons. First of all, the violet wand is very visual, it has a distinct noise and it even smells as it creates small amounts of ozone while it is being used. So the difference between using a TENS and a Violet is quite huge and I would go as far as saying that they might not even be comparable.

There is also a huge difference when it comes to how the received electricity feels when you compare a violet wand and a TENS.

The electricity from a TENS goes into your muscles, as it should, and can make your muscles move involuntary – It simply goes deep into your tissue, creating a very unique sensation. The only way to explain how a violet wand feels is by saying that it feels like the electricity stays on top of your skin (which, in a sense, is technically incorrect). I would say that the violet wand feels more similar to being hit with a single tail.

The sound was one thing that quickly became very appealing to me, because it has a great psychological impact on the person you are using the violet wand on. It is very easy to use the sound to build up an anticipation and fear at the same time.

The sensation of the wand is also very dependant on the type of accessories or electrode you are using with it and one conclusion that I have drawn is that smaller surfaces gives more of a bite compared to larger surfaces. One accessory, that I got with the wand, has a bunch of LED’s on it and I find it very nasty and it’s quite easy to go above someone’s pain threshold with it.

Using the wand is an aesthetic experiences as well, the light and the spark is really beautiful to look at, but it’s also possible to create different situations that are fun to look at if you have an audience. You can put a lightbulb in the mouth of your submissive and make it light up, just by applying the violet wand to her body. I’ve also played around with indirect techniques, which means that I basically let the electricity go through my body and when I touch my submissive I give her a jolt from the tip of my fingers. I find indirect techniques to be a bit fickle when using the contact probe that came with the package as it is easy to get a jolt yourself if you don’t hold it correctly and sometimes I get a jolt myself by just touching my submissive. This is less prone to happen when I use the claws that came with the package.

I will write more about my violet wand experiences when I’ve used it a bit more.

Back to the testing grounds….


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