We Need to Talk About This "Hands-Free" Pleasure Device...

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There's a scene in Netflix's period drama Bridgerton that sums up the moment I realised hands-free pleasure devices are a thing.

You know the one. The one in which the Duke of Hastings, while taking a turn about the park, politely explains to Daphne the act of giving yourself pleasure. Alone. At night.

It blew dear old Daphne's mind. Just like discovering this vibrator you can simply lie on top of blew mine.

This device is called the Le Wand Point.

Its promise? To deliver the ultimate hands-free self-pleasuring experience.

Created with lazy folk in mind, this mini external device was designed and contoured in such a way that you only need to press against it to get where you need to go.

If you're as intrigued by the idea of a hands-free vibe as I was, read on for a quick, honest review of the Le Wand Point.

The device: Le Wand Chrome Point Rose Gold - The "lazy girl" vibe for hands-free masturbation. Simply lie on top (or underneath) and away you go.

The main features you need to know about:

  • 15 vibration modes and six intensity levels.

  • Palm-sized and contoured shape for hands-free use.

  • Has a weighted metal body and chic rose gold detailing.

  • Designed for external stimulation.

  • Waterproof for up to approx. 90cm for less than 30 minutes.

  • Whisper-quiet and made from body-safe silicone.

  • Travel-lock capabilities and LED charging indicator.

  • Comes with a USB charging cord and storage pouch.

  • Three buttons for simple, intuitive controls.

  • Clean with a mild antibacterial soap and warm water. Rinse well and allow to air dry or pat dry.

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OK, but what's it really like?

Aside from the impressive vibration modes and speeds, the thing that makes this device so much more than just another external stimulation vibrator is the shape.

Yes, it's small and travel-friendly (v important), but the curved and contoured design fits snug against your body. From above, it looks like a mini chic computer mouse. The side profile is more like a kidney bean. Or a jelly bean. It's sexier than it sounds.

Another plus is how easy the device is to control. Unfortunately, the brand is yet to invest in mind control technology (you never know what might be coming next though), but even when lying on top with the device positioned underneath, it's easy to switch between the speeds and modes with the three buttons.

And speaking of the different modes - 15 vibration settings is a lot. There's a speed and rhythm to suit everyone, including one that mimics what I imagine someone attractive revving a motorbike would sound like... and another that reminded me of that time my car wouldn't start. It isn't the quietest toy I've ever tried, but I commend its commitment to variety.

Will it get you there? (Pun intended.)

This premium pleasure device scores a solid four jelly beans out of five. It will be a bit different if you're used to clitoral stimulation devices, but good different.

To find out why we're passionate about normalising conversations around sexual pleasure and health, read this letter from our founder Kate Morris.

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