Violet Wand Comparison Chart of all the Violet Wands and HF devices available on this site from The Violet Wand Store ®

Use this violet wand comparison chart to help decide which one fits your needs

NOTE: CE Marking is for shipping to the EU only and therefore does not apply to the United States

DeviceTypeMax outputOperational rangeRun TimeCE?Plug

VIOLET WANDS

      

TESLA Violet wand, Basic

Electro-

mechanical

50kv10-50kv1 hrnoGrounded

3 prong US

TESLA Violet wand, Deluxe

Electro-

mechanical

50kv10-50kv2 hrnoGrounded

3 prong US

TESLA Violet Wand, deluxe, w/switch

Electro-

mechanical

50kv10-50kv2 hrnoGrounded

3 prong US

       

Mirage PRO

Solid state/

Electronic

48kv10-48kvunlimitedYesGrounded

3 prong US

Nova Violet Wand

Model SN

DISCONTINUED

Solid state/

electronic

50kv10-50kvunlimitednoPolarized

2 prong US

Nova Violet Wand

Model SN-b

Solid state/

electronic

48kv10-48kvunlimitedyesGrounded 3 prong US

Mirage Violet

Wand

Solid state/

electronic

45kv10-45kvunlimitedyesGrounded

3 prong US

Nova Violet Wand

Model SS

Solid state/

electronic

45kv10-45kvunlimitedyes

Grounded 3 prong US

Nova Violet Wand

Model FX

Solid state/

electronic

35kv10-40kv30 minnoPolarized

2 prong US

       

HIGH FREQUENCIES

      

Violtra HF

Solid state/

electronic

30kv5-30kv30 minyesPolarized

2 prong US

Meishida

Solid state/

electronic

25kv5-25kv30 minnoPolarized

2 prong US

Artimis

Solid state/

electronic

25kv5-25kv30 minnoPolarized

2 prong US

Pibbs

Solid state/

electronic

20kv5-20kv15 minno2 prong US,

non polarized

D’arsonval

Solid state/ electronic15kv5-15kv30 minyes2 prong US

non-polarized

Violet wand comparison chart.  This chart will always have the most up to date information.

To use this violet wand comparison chart. Only you know how you want to use your violet wand, so we offer a the widest possible variety to fit everyone’s needs. Choose your wand based upon your intensity requirements  and how long you plan to run it, while balancing that with your budget.  You can read our article ‘Which Violet Wand is Right for You?’ so that you can see more tips.  In addition, there are also other comparison tips on the web such as at The Violet Wand Directory of Information to help you find the violet wand that’s right for you.

Violet Wand Comparison

Electro-mechanical violet wands operate on electro-magnetic coils, heavy duty components which allow for their longer life span. The sparks feel ‘thuddy’. They have a great deal of personality and a bit of a learning curve to operate, however. For that reason, they are best for advanced users, or people who are serious about their scenes.

On the other hand, Solid state/electronic violet wands operate on a circuit board, which makes them easier to use and economical. The sparks feel ‘stingy’. They have consistent output and require no learning curve to operate. They are best for beginners through intermediate users.

Both types are valued by violet wand demonstrators and users alike. To illustrate, think of it this way: they are both cars, both take you where you want to go, but one is an electronic car and one has a hemi engine.

High frequencies do not meet the thresholds for violet wand output, however they have their uses in spas and salons as a skin treatment. While they look and operate the same, they have little to no output sensation and are used to oxygenate skin rather than stimulate.

About the chart:

This violet wand comparison chart has the information that you as a user will want to know.

  • Firstly, the first column contains the type is the type of violet wand, electro-mechanical or solid state/electronic.
  • Secondly, the max output column contains the maximum output voltage. Even more, this is what tells you the strongest spark strength at the business end
  • Thirdly, the operational range describes the entire range of that violet wand model, from its lowest setting to highest as you adjust the knob setting
  • Fourth, Run time is average run time (at medium power) before you need to give your violet wand a rest and allow it to cool down
  • Fifth, CE is a marking required by the European Union, thus does not apply to the United States or other countries outside the EU
  • Finally, The plug types column lets you know what type of plug and cord is on each wand model.

Additional specifications

Additional specifications such as amperage, wattage, and frequency of each violet wand model will be of interest to the geeky-kinky set, but is not needed by the general user.

Frequency

Electro-mechanical violet wands range from 100khz to 500khz while solid states range about 100khz-250khz, with a shallower but faster waveform.  Specifically, the frequency changes as you adjust a violet wand’s adjustment knob. As a result, the deeper and slower waveform of the electro-mechanical violet wands are what makes them feel ‘thuddy’, since the sparks discharge larger and slower.  Also, the faster and shallower waveform of the electronic violet wands are what make them feel more ‘stingy’ since the sparks discharge faster and smaller.

Watts

Electromechanical violet wands draw about 30 watts, while solid states draw anywhere from 5-20 watts. All violet wands output less than 1 milliamp.  These secondary specifications have a direct effect on the strength of output, so the output strength is the most important piece of information for the general user.

In Conclusion

To summarize, If you want no feeling at all but want to oxygenate your skin, choose a High Frequency.  If you know you want an erotic fizzing with some intensity, but aren’t into pain, choose a lower to mid-range output violet wand. In other words, if you want the most intensity, then start at the very top of the violet wand comparison chart.

 

 

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  3. MarvioK says:

    I can count on this store to give great information and this chart was very helpful in deciding what to get. Especially during the time limits of your Black Friday sale since different products went on sale every day, we were able to decide on what to get by basing it to our needs. Anyway, thanks for a great sale, but thank you for being a one-stop encyclopedia of violetwands too. But another thing I would like to see on a comparison chart is the different frequency ranges.

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