REVIEW: D’arsonval High Frequency Beauty Aid

These devices get their name from Jacques-Arsène d’Arsonval a french physicist and inventor who invented the moving coil D’Arsonval galvanometer which is similar to the Oudin coil and the Tesla coil.  He was famous in the field of electrophysiology and explored using electricity on the human body. To find out more about him the Wikipedia article

 

These high frequency beauty aids are not technically a violet wand but the charge they produce is similar though a lot less intense than you would get a from a real Violet Wand. The biggest advantage these have over a violet wand is the price point they come in a kit with 4 glass probes for approximately $35, though prices vary slightly depending on demand at that moment.  You can buy one here on Amazon

These are solid state so it has all the advantages of any other solid state.   Though because they are cheap they are not particularly powerful but you can run it indefinitely without having to worry about power drop-off or overheating.  To give you an idea of how much weaker the sensation is on these a BD10 style mechanical wand turned up to about 50% feels like a 5 intensity, then one of these turned up all the way would feel like an intensity of 3.  The sensation range between minimum and maximum with these is not huge but you will be able to tell the difference.

If you are starting off with violet wands, and are not entirely sure how much you will actually use it this is a good buy since you are not investing a lot of cash.  These will be able to give you a decent glow on the included glass probes but these too are not of a high quality and much more prone to come apart at the end cap or for the glass to break.  Also if you buy good quality glass probes (medical grade quartz glass) you may find that this won’t have enough power to give them a good solid glow.

If you want or need power from your wand then this is not the choice for you, if you want to get started without breaking the bank this is a good starting point.  

Author: Papa-Bear-Tony

Papa-Bear, electric meanie, skills presenter, kink educator, and coffee fiend often found in the presence of freaks. Feed at your own risk.

5 thoughts on “REVIEW: D’arsonval High Frequency Beauty Aid

      1. Hi My friend. I have this dvice but coil is out of order. How can I make coil. How many turn and wire size etc. would you help me. Thanks

  1. Hi, I need your advice: I bought a D’arsonval wand to use it on my partner but I just read that they are not safe to use around breast implants…can you confirm if this is true? An in any case, would it be safe to use if we avoid the breast area?

    1. Short answer there is little or no chance of rupturing a modern breast implant. The people saying to not do it; either believe in erring on the extreme side of caution or expressing a misunderstanding unintentionally. Synthetic materials will get microscopic holes from direct exposure to the output from a violet wand, but in this case that risk is negated by the flesh around the implant. I have used violet wands are women with breast implants without an issue and I have not seen any verifiable instances saying otherwise.

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