The Violet Wand Extension Cable

Your Violet Wand extension cable is an optional accessory that allows you some freedom of movement in using electrodes directly.

A proper Foam handle cable has a built-in safety gap of some kind. 

This adds an additional protection against the possibility of draws on household current caused by a ground fault where your Violet Wand does not have a gap (older devices) or the presence of a safety gap is unknown (such as second-hand purchases.)

Your Foam Handled Cable / Violet Wand Extension Cable will not leak current through the foam, but a spark may jump from either end of the handle to the closest conductive surface, which can be your hand.

Never force or jam your Violet Wand extension cable into the wand. 

Insert it only till it is held firmly.  Wand collets do their job to hold electrodes and accessories through a friction-grip collet that expands as you push items into it.

If you use excessive force to insert items, this can forcibly remove their end cap.  You also can stretch your collet too far by using excessive force so that electrodes and accessories do not fit properly.

Designed for use to allow more control and freedom in Violet Wand branding with a high output electrode and a high output wand, the Foam Handled Cable / Violet Wand Extension Cable can be used with other electrodes to good effect, but it relies heavily on the output of the electrode and the output of the wand and the strength setting, so results may not be uniform.

Violet Wand current is a high frequency, high voltage current. 

Because of its nature, it can pass through many substances including leather, rubber, vinyl, plastic, etc.  In fact, Violet Wand current is high enough to pass through the human body.  (this property is what makes Indirect and Reverse techniques possible, by electrifying your own touch.  This means Violet Wand current will pass through the wall of all regular cables, including body contact cables and body contact pads, and the foam handle cable. 

This is normal, and it is called ‘kickback’ if you brush against the cable accidentally and receive the spark from the cable.  It is part of your ‘current management’, just as you would manage your flogger tails to keep them from wrapping.  A high voltage rated cable such as ours with low-kickback will minimize this somewhat so that you do not get ‘straight’ current from the wand as you do with the un-insulated body contact chains.