Hitachi Magic Wand Massager Articles

Hitachi Magic Wand Product Care

Before using your new Hitachi Magic Wand, it is recommended to read the included user guide. Here's some helpful information to prolong the life of your Hitachi Magic Wand massager and attachments. Never use or place the Hitachi Magic Wand near water. It is not waterproof. For safety and convenience, the Hitachi Magic Wand will turn off automatically after 20 minutes of continuous use. Never use silicone based personal lubricants with the massager or attachments, as it may deteriorate the finish. Only use water based personal lubricant. Vitamin E cream and skin moisturizers should also be safe to use. Cleaning...

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How To Buy The Real Hitachi Magic Wand

Will the REAL Magic Wand please stand up! "A friend recently called me so excited to tell me that after years of waiting, debating, hemming and hawing she had FINALLY bought a Magic Wand! She was so excited to get it home and try it. I was just as excited until she started telling me some details: She had gotten a really great price AND it was purple AND the control was a dial! Cue the sad trombone. My friend had made a sadly common mistake – she had fallen for folks using the phrase “Magic Wand” to refer to...

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How To Avoid Buying A Fake Hitachi Magic Wand

Get to know the 'real' Magic Wand. Magic Wand® is trade marked by Hitachi in many countries including Australia, and refers to their range of Hitachi Magic Wand personal massagers. There are four versions of the Magic Wand available (that we've listed below), with distribution handled by Vibratex, Inc, USA. Magic Wand Original HV-260: Released 1968 - current. This is a two speed mains powered corded massager that operates on 110 volts. It's only available to buy in the USA and Canada. Formerly branded the 'Hitachi Magic Wand' from 1968 to 2013. Due to re-branding in June 2013, this product...

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