Violet Wand Basic Information, part 1

Violet wands are definitely one of the most desirable toys available. They are incredibly versatile, providing many different levels of intensity, technique and sensations. The basic techniques are so easy to learn that you will be using your wand right away, and yet you will be able to build on those techniques into a marvelous range. Violet wands can provide an incredible range of sensations, from lush tingles to sharp shocks to simulating the feelings of burning and cutting. You will be limited only by your imagination.

A Violet wand is a device used for the application of low current, high frequency, high voltage electricity to the body using an arrangement similar to Tesla coil.

In use, a violet wand typically produces a fine shower of electrical discharges (i.e., sparks, more or less) from the tip of a glowing glass “wand”. The wand can be set to a range of intensities from very mild tickling to excruciating pain, and interchangeable glass or metal electrodes can be used to distribute the charge to the body in a variety of different ways.

Most violet wand kits include a variety of different glass tubes of different shapes, sizes and colours (the colour depending on the type of gas within the tube). Different tubes produce different intensities of shock and the various shapes allow the spark/s to be applied with greater or lesser precision and spread. For example, a rake-shaped tube may be used to apply four or five sparks, more or less simultaneously, from the tip of each tine.

Some kits also include an electrode, in the form of a metal plate, which may be used in place of the glass tube. The electrode is not applied directly to the bottom – which would be very intense – but, rather, somehow permanently connected to top’s skin, such as by tucking it into the waistband. When the top caresses the bottom, there is an electrical discharge between the players which both feel. Alternatively, the top may hold something metal, such as a small chain or Wartenberg Wheel, to apply the effect.

Violet Wands cause sensations such as tickling or when the (small) electrical current impinges on the nervesall the way up to sharp shocks.

Like any electrical toy, a Violet Wand has an obvious psychological effect, especially on players new to it. Besides the spark that the Violet Wand produces, the psychological effect is heightened by the eerie glow of the tubes, the buzz of the Tesla coil, the crackle of the sparks, and the distinctive smell given off by the production of ozone gas.

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