Give your sex life a charge with the Shock Therapy Fantasy Wand! Perfect for beginners and those new to e-stimulation, this electric wand sends pleasurable tingles to anything you touch. Each tip sends a jolt directly to your most pleasurable spots. Each attachment provides incredible, unique sensations that deliver amazing hands-free climaxes! Press the + button to power the unit on, and use the + and %u2013 buttons to cycle through 9 levels of intensity, going from a sensuous tingle to a throbbing tap in seconds. To power the unit off, cycle back to 0 and it will power off in three seconds.
Before I go into what I found and think of this product I am going to write the information and instructions that I found on the pack and the leaflet inside.
On the back of the pack: Give your sex life a charge with the shock therapy fantasy wand. Perfect for beginners and those new to e-stimulation, this electric wand sends pleasurable tingles to anything you touch. Each tip sends a jolt directly to your most pleasurable spots. Each attachment provides incredible, unique sensations that deliver amazing hands free climaxes. Press the + button to power the unit on and use the + and - buttons to cycle through 9 levels of intensity, going from a sensuous tingle to a throbbong tap in seconds.To power the unit off, cycle back to 0 and it will power off in 3 seconds.
The Leaflet inside the pack: Directions: (1) Unscrew the base of the wand to insert the required AA battery. The battery should be placed with the positive end inserted first. (2) Press the + button to power the unit on and cycle through 9 levels of intensity. (3) Press the - button to decrease the intensity. (4) Cycle back to 0 and the wand will power off itself in 3 seconds.
What I found: Firstly - The base of this product does not Unscrew. To open the battery compartment you slide back the compartment opening that is located on the back side of the wand. It only slides about half of a cm then you have to pull the overhanging part of tje slider up in order to remove it, which I found to be quite difficult. Secondly - It is physically impossible to place the positive end of the battery in first. So place the negative end of the battery on the spring and push the battery into place. To replace tje battery cover place the cover back into place leaving about half a cm gap and push down till it clicks into place, then slide the cover in the back up until it clicks into place again.
Now turn tje unit on by pressing the + button. The indicator light will flash and a 0 will be in the LED display. Press the + button to increase the intensity of the unit. Now when I did this I started at number 1 and felt nothing. I uped the intensity level and still felt nothing. As the indicator light was flashing I assumed it was the battery so I tried a new one only to feel the same as before. I changed the battery type to a duracell battery but still no zaps or tingles.
The next day I purchased some Lithium batteries thinking that normal AA batteries were just not strong enough to fully power this unit.
So with the Lithium I went through the same process and found that the power light still flashes and depending on where you place the tip of the wand would determine if you feel any tingles. I originally placed the tip on my forearm and felt nothing. I assumed that a touch from any part of the tip would give the desired results. But as they say, you should never assume anything. With the normal AA batteries it didn't matter where or how I placed the tip (keeping in mind that I was limited to the hands and arms ) I didn't feel anything. However with the Lithiums I did feel a very slight tingle in the tips of my fingers but nothimg anywhere else. The other thing I noticed was when usimg the longish tip with the ball on the end and a small round hole in the ball, if you didn't place the the hole on the skin there was no shock delivered. Using this tip I found that I had to put the intensity level up to 4 before feeling anything.
With the egg shaped tip I felt a small tingle in both my fingers and arm with the intensity level only on 1. Also with the egg tip it didn't matter what part of the egg shape touched my skin, I could feel the little tingles.
Using the square tip on the spikey side I had to turn the intensity up to 4 before I felt the tingles in both fingers and arms, however on the smooth side of the square tip, I found that tje tingles were quite strong on level 1.
Overall I found the square tip on the smooth side delivered the strongest shocks followed by the egg shape then the longish tip with the ball end.
I think under more favorable circumstances this toy could be lots of fun.
My only concern was the battery factor and needing to use the lithium batteries to actually feel anything.