Category: Product Review

Review: Mjolnir Hammer

I am a fan of mechanical wands. There are a number of reasons for this not the least of which is that I have been playing with violet wands for years, and once upon a time mechanical wands were the only option. Now that there are solid state generators...

Review: Twilight Neon Wand

This is a good solid state generator coming in at $100 and with superior output equal to a Nova model generator. This is packaged identically to the vast majority of solid state wands in a cardboard box, with 4 glass probes included. A tongue, a mushroom, a rake, and...

Picking a wand: Solid State ~vs~ Mechanical

Last night at a munch I got to see a good friend who was visiting from out of town and he wanted to talk about what sort of wand would I recommend, we discussed things what were the advantages and disadvantages; why you might want to pick one type...

Review Dr VonHertz Violet Wand Roll Guard

Dr VonHertz This is a double review because included with my order I also got a small pot of probe glass polish.  A friend of mine sent me the link to Dr VonHertz etsy store specifically for this roll guard.  He knows me so well because I tend to...

Review D’arsonval High Frequency Beauty Aid

Okay kids class is in session! Today in addition to a product review I am going to teach a little history. These high-frequency, high voltage devices get their name from Jacques-Arsène d’Arsonval, a french physicist and inventor who is famous in the field of electrophysiology and explored using electricity...

Review Nova Solid State Violet Wand

The Nova is a high output solid state violet wand, which gives it certain advantages over mechanical wands.  Solid state wands can run virtually forever without having heat issues. Also, since there are no moving internal parts, they aren’t sensitive to positioning like mechanical violet wands.   The Nova...