Hitachi Magic Wand vs. Conair Compact Heated Massager
This review is where personal massagers discard all pretenses and proudly display what most people buy them for, amazing orgasms. These massagers will never finish early leaving you unsatisfied, in fact, they may challenge you to see just how much you can take. We are going to compare two of these massagers. One is the infamous Hitachi Magic Wand Massager and the other is the Conair Compact Heated Massager.
The Hitachi Magic Wand Massager, now known as the Magic Wand Original HV260, is a well-known “back massager.” This is one of the few times where size truly does matter. From its massive length of 12.5 inches, the iconic head on the flexible neck and the massive electric motor powered by plug, not a battery. This has been the go-to vaginal power tool on the market for years. Many companies try to compete by offering their own wands with longer cords, heaters, multispeed, etc. but consumer reviews and opinions speak louder than marketing.
The Conair Compact Heated Massager is another one of these “personal massagers”. This massager is smaller, comes with a heated core, and has a longer cord than the Hitachi. The company says this massager provides a “Flexible massaging head to soothe every area that needs relief.”
So how does the Conair match up to the Hitachi Magic Wand Massager? According to customer reviews, although the Conair has some great features, it is simply no match for the simplicity and power of the Hitachi. Here is why:
Neither of these vibrators disguised as a back massager are small. Both are over 12 inches long and well over an inch wide. Neither of them take the lead in regards to this category. They can both be heavy and awkward at times, especially for mutual playtime. Having tackled these two monsters however, size does matter and the power you get by giving up the notion that vibrators should be discretionary and small is worth it.
Strength and Speed:
The Hitachi Magic Wand Massager is incredibly strong and has two settings; one to take your breath away and the other to make you forget that air ever existed. Some customers have mentioned that it is simply too powerful for them. In order to dampen the vibrations, simply place a towel onto the erogenous area. This also helps with…clean-up. The Conair has a hard time keeping up to the Hitachi. It also has two speeds and a heat function. According to customer reviews however, the Conair has a serious lack of power and also has an issue with overheating when left plugged in. When you are purchasing a wand-style vibrator, you are seeking raw power. The Conair just can’t keep up to the tried and true Hitachi Magic Wand Massager.
Neither of these wands is meant for a super-secretive masturbatory session. The vibrations and humming might alert other people in your household of your activities if your walls are paper-thin. Using a pillow or towel quickly and easily lowers the volume on the wand if you don’t want it to be heard. Some recommend biting down on a pillow to lower the volume from the human
Material and Build:
Now this is a category where Conair did some great research and provided it’s unique twist compared to Hitachi’s methods. The Conair has a slightly longer cord than the Hitachi and is made of an easy to clean plastic. With a few adjustments, the Hitachi can still beat out its competition. By using a towel to guard your pleasure area or even a condom or latex glove, you can protect the Hitachi’s head from collecting playtime debris.
As previously mentioned, the Conair really cannot compare with the Hitachi Magic Wand Massager when it comes to satisfaction. At a quarter of the price, it is definitely also a quarter of the satisfaction. As the saying goes, you always get what you pay for.
Although the Conair has some definite pros, the Hitachi Magic Wand Massager is still the superior tool for singles and couples alike for adding a little extra buzz to the bedroom. Dish out the little bit of extra cash, and strap yourself in for the ride of your life!