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      The one, the only: the Hitachi Magic Wand. 

      Did you know that the Hitachi Magic Wand is the first-ever massage wand? Indeed! For over 50 years, the Magic Wand has been the most recognisable personal massager and vibrator in the world.

      What makes it so iconic today? It’s not just its impeccable functioning, gorgeous design, and powerful settings… but also the fact that it hasn’t changed. The theory behind this is: why change something that is already sheer gold? 

      And so, in a culture where change is celebrated (think: political correctness, ‘wokeness’, technological advancements, etc.) there is always something that is familiar to lean on—the Magic Wand, the personal massager with the recognisable shape and legendary power.

      Fun fact: when this elegant pleasure product was featured in an episode of Sex and the City in 2002, it was instantly sold out. 

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      While we’re on the topic of change, there is an element that we can surely appreciate. That is, to buy a Hitachi Magic Wand online. 

      When these pleasure products were first introduced, buying one included having to go to a sex shop. 

      For many, this added an element of nervousness, excitement, shame, or embarrassment. Today, however, one can simply buy a Magic Wand online with discreet shipping. 

      Sure, you could do it the old fashioned way, which could be a lot of fun and is way more accepting nowadays as opposed to 50 years ago… 

      But whether you choose this route or to buy Hitachi Magic Wand sex toys online, you’ll still be gifted with the original design and firework inducing power.

      The History of the Magic Wand

      The wand vibrator was created in 1968 by the Japanese company, Hitachi, with the purpose of relieving tension and relaxing sore muscles. 

      Be that as it may, it quickly raised recognition as a sex toy. This happened when sex educator, Betty Dodson, let it be known that it was a masturbation aid for women during the sex-positive movement in the late 1960’s.

      The national sales manager of Hitachi responded by saying: 

      “We approach the massagers as personal care items... the people we hire know what it's for without having to say it.”

      Things did get a little tense when the Hitachi Magic Wand hit the U.S. shelves though. In 2000, the country stopped selling the device and was only willing to restock them once a new deal was made with the distributor, Vibratex. 

      Hitachi then halted production in 2013 because they didn’t want their company to be associated with sex toys. 

      Production started again when they decided to remove “Hitachi” from their name, calling it the “Original Magic Wand”. Finally, in 2014, the name was settled at “Magic Wand Original” 

      What is so great about the Hitachi Magic Wand?

      Besides the fact that it’s kept its original design and function, making it an iconic and memorable personal massager, the Hitachi Magic Wand is actually magic. 

      How so? In 2003, a study was conducted of 500 chronic anorgasmic women and published in The Scientific World Journal

      Anorgasmia is a type of sexual dysfunction in which a person either cannot orgasm or they find it extremely difficult.

      The findings of this study concluded that 93 percent of these women could reach orgasm using the Hitachi Magic Wand.  

      Not just that, but the Magic Wand has been recommended by many well-esteemed sex educators and sexual health publications. 

      From Dr. Ruth to Cosmopolitan (who called it the the most recommended sex toy by sex therapists), and many more, it’s evident that the Magic Wand is sincerely something special.

      And let’s not forget all the popular nicknames floating around for this wand vibrator:

      The Cadillac of vibrators”,the Rolls-Royce of vibrators,”and “the mother of all vibrators.”

      What are the core differences between the Hitachi Magic Wand models?

      There are four types of Magic Wand products available today; the Magic Wand Original, the Magic Wand Rechargeable, the Magic Wand Plus, and the Magic Wand Mini

      While these four Magic Wands all look very similar in design, there are some core differences. 

      For example, the Original was the very first Magic Wand and it comes with a power cord that is to be plugged in when in use. It has a broad head, allowing for general stimulation.

      The Rechargeable does not come with a power cord, so it can be used anywhere as long as it’s been charged adequately. It was labeled the most loved vibrator for sale in 2022, and has an excellent speed range and rumbles.

      The Plus, like the Original, comes with a power cord. It also has an extra bit of va va voom, making it slightly more enticing than the Original. It’s kind of like a middle ground between the Original and the Rechargeable.

      The Mini is, well, mini. It does not have a power cord and it is basically everything you know and love about the Magic Wand, but in a smaller size. It has a smaller head which allows for more pinpointed stimulation, it’s more discrete, and it’s great for travel.

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      Pondering the secret behind the enchanting tremors of the Hitachi Magic Wand? Well, let's spill the beans on its magical blend:

      Supercharged Dynamo - At the heart of our Wand lies an extraordinary motor, pumping out an impressive rotational might, also known as high torque. While other petite motors may fizzle out as they whirl faster, the Magic Wand holds its own, delivering a robust, rather than a buzzy sensation.

      Ingenious Mechanism - This is how we turn rotational might into deep, resounding tremors: The Hitachi Magic Wand has a meticulously engineered weight and spring system, expertly channelling power straight to the wand's crown.

      Design and Dimensions - The signature dome shape and generous surface area of the Magic Wand's head make it a cinch to revel in its vibrations, no matter which body part you want to pamper.

      Combine all these elements and what do you get? A sublime blend of direct, superficial caress and indirect, penetrating tremors that can be felt deep within. This could pave the way to blended clitoral peaks as well as perennial and prostate thrills.

      So why wait? Dive into the spellbinding world of the Hitachi Magic Wand and unlock a myriad of sensual delights!

      How to use the Hitachi Magic Wand

      If you have a plug-in Magic Wand, make sure that it is plugged in before you play. If you have a cordless Magic Wand, make sure that it is adequately charged. 

      And then, no matter the sex toy, being aroused beforehand is always a good idea. So, to use the Hitachi Magic Wand, it’s suggested to warm up slowly and sensually.

      Grab your Magic Wand and start teasing and caressing different parts of the body. Erogenous zones such as the breasts, inner thighs, and nipples might be a good idea, depending on what you like.

      If you’re using a Hitachi Magic Wand for the first time, you may want to keep a barrier (such as fabric) between your skin/sweet spots and your vibrator. This will help you to get used to the powerful vibrations. Whilst doing this, try not to press down too hard but rather, glide it lightly to find out what you like.

      When you’re ready, you can inch your Magic Wand towards your clitoris. Try it around the clitoris but not directly on it, and move it around the area. Direct contact may be too intense, and is often not the recommended way to use this sex toy.

      Once you’ve found your groove, you can continue to experiment and feel new sensations. You could also try using new attachment heads for different kinds of stimulation. 

      And finally, after all the fun and delicious orgasms, it’s time to clean your Magic Wand… 

      How to clean it

      The most efficient way to clean a Hitachi Magic Wand is to take a disposable moist cleaning cloth that contains an antibacterial and mild soap. For example, disposable baby wipes. 

      Another way to clean it would be to mix a mild, non-scented, antibacterial liquid hand soap with water in a spray bottle (one part hand soap and five parts water). Then, spray the content onto a paper towel, a cleaning cloth, or sponge. 

      Whichever cleaning option you choose, you’ll clean the device the same. That is to hold the base of the Magic Wand with one hand, and wipe it down with the other. You can start at the top (the silicone massage head), then down to the flexible neck, and finally, the body. 

      After you’ve done this, you can either leave it to air dry or you could use a clean and dry lint-free cloth to wipe it down and remove any cleaning fluid. This sex toy should be completely dry before putting it into storage.

      Some additional helpful tips:

      • The Magic Wand is not waterproof, so don’t clean it in water
      • Don’t use hard or abrasive cleaners or pads on your Magic Wand
      • Don’t use alcohol or other chemical cleaners to clean your Hitachi Magic Wand

      How do you tell if your magic wand is real or fake?

      Because the Hitachi Magic Wand is such a game changer in the sex toy industry, it’s no doubt that other brands will try to copy it. Fortunately, there are ways to tell if your Magic Wand is real or fake.

      A real Magic Wand is slightly shorter than the fakes and the head cover will fit correctly and snugly, as it is round, heavy-duty, and durable. On a fake Magic Wand, the head cover will be too small, and it will be paper-thin (and can be torn with minimal effort).

      Additionally, the real Magic Wand will have a hard plastic head with black electrical tape around it for safety. 

      Another dead give away when it comes to the real and the fake Magic Wand, is its serial number. A real Hitachi Magic Wand will have a unique serial number engraved on the bottom of the device while the fake Hitachi Magic Wand merely has a sticker without a serial number. 

      Ultimately, one of the biggest tell-tale signs will be quite obvious when you compare them. The real Hitachi Magic Wand has a very big motor in the body whereas the fake Hitachi Magic Wand will have a small motor in the head of the wand. 

      Some other suggestions would be to use trusted sources when buying a Magic Wand, and remember that if something seems too good to be true (for e.g. the price), it probably is.