October 24, 2011 1:19:23 PM MDT
The lovely folks at Va Va Voom contacted me about reviewing the Neon Wand, part of Kinklab’s Electro-Erotic series, and I was more than thrilled. Kinklabs Neon Wand is designed as an echo of electric ray wands, but it much lighter to handle, and has no moving parts, so it is sure to last longer. Since Kinklab has designed it in such a way that minimizes bulk and because it is a solid-state device, you can turn it upside down or experiment with various angles and movement during use without experiencing any unexpected change in the output of electrical current (or the sensation that comes along with it).
Inside the Kinklab Neon Wand kit box (see the image below), you’ll find four electrodes (also known as attachments) that can be used to procure a variety of sensations during your electrosex play. Attachments included in the kit: the Mushroom Tube, the Tongue Tube, the Electrode Comb, and the 90degree Probe. The box is sturdy black cardboard with a magnetic clasp closure and molded foam inserts to keep the glass electrodes safe when not in use. I recommend hanging onto the box for storage purposes.
October 3, 2011 8:26:08 AM MDT
When my friends over at Va-Va-Voom contacted me about testing the Nexus iSTIM I was elated since electro-stimulation is so, well, stimulating. The thought of shocking people brings-out the sadist in me faster than you can say “electron flow”. So Va-Va-Voom sent me the Nexus iSTIM kit, the Nexus Glide plug/prostate massager, the Nexus iSTIM Attachments for use with the Glide (and other plugs and toys) and the Nexus C-Ring cock ring.
For those unfamiliar with the Nexus iSTIM, it is a TENS unit, a Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator which stimulates the nerves with electrical impulses. The iSTIM is more to the point an erotic electro-stimulation device, also known as e-stim or electrosex. TENS units are non-invasive, safe nerve stimulation devices.Read More