• Magic Wand Original (Hitachi)
  • Magic Wand Original (Hitachi)
  • Magic Wand Original (Hitachi)
  • Magic Wand Original (Hitachi)
  • Magic Wand Original (Hitachi)


Magic Wand Original (Hitachi)

$ 65.99

The Cadillac of the vibrator world, the Magic Wand has been a trusted classic since the 1970s. Originally marketed as the Hitachi Magic Wand, an electric body massager, this Wand has had a long, successful career stimulating all kinds of body parts, including genitals. Because it is electrical, this Wand is able to provide strong, consistent stimulation that battery-operated products cannot replicate. The large vibrating head—about the size of a tennis ball—produces deep, rich vibrations diffused over a wide area. The long handle makes it maneuverable during solo and partner play.

This vibrator has two speeds - low and high (although they might be more accurately described as strong and super strong). To create a wider range of sensations, the Magic Wand can be plugged into an outlet that has a light dimmer switch. Adding a barrier layer of fabric or a hand between the vibrator and the user's body can also help dampen vibrations that are too intense. Undampened, the Magic Wand's intense, penetrating vibrations can be a perfect form of stimulation for people dealing with obstacles to arousal (such as medication side effects or hormonal changes).

Length: 12.5 in.

Diameter: 2.4 in. (head), 1.9 in. (widest end of handle)

Material(s): Vinyl

Settings: 2 speeds

Power Source: Plug-in (6 ft. cord)

Manufacturer: Vibratex

Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year

Country of Origin: Designed in Japan, Manufactured in China

The head of the Magic Wand—though non-toxic—is porous, so it can harbor bacteria over time. We recommend using a silicone attachment head with this vibe, so that you can fully sterilize your toy. This powerhorse is a bit on the heavier side, so for those with arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome, we recommend considering the lighter Mystic Wand, Eroscillator, or Palm Power. Alternatively, you could try some positioning furniture such as the Axis by Liberator, great for solo use or during play with a partner. The Magic Wand is also quite loud, so if discretion is a concern, you might want to consider a quieter vibe (such as the Eroscillator) instead.


Vibratex has been operating out of Vallejo, California, since the early 1980s. Responsible for the "Rabbit" vibrator craze initiated by Sex and the City, Vibratex has since complimented their ergonomic designs with options of safe, non-toxic materials. Their design team focuses primarily on customer feedback and input, making toys that the people want, and always with a careful eye to the female anatomy.

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