Violet Wand

violet wand

KTTG: Violet WandViolet wands were originally electric and neon testers, but are now split into two types: mechanical (Tesla Coil), and solid-state wands. They are used for the application of low current, high voltage (min 35 kV to max 65 kV typically), high-frequency electricity to the body, as such they are most commonly used in BDSM though erotic sensation play. Violet wands can deliver a variety of sharp, cutting, or piercing type sensations. A violet wand typically consists of a hand-held “wand” made of plastic case which encases the mechanical (tesla coil) or solid state components; a power cable, a collet (7/16″ in the United States, 11 mm in Europe), and a cone. The collet is inside the cone end of the Violet Wand and is where glass and metal probes are inserted to be used with the wand. The cone is there to prevent sparks jumping from the collet directly to subject. Violet wands can be used anywhere on the body but should not be used around the eyes.