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Maia WC1 Wicked Clip Review

by November 8, 2014
filed under Sex & Dating
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wicked clipThe Maia WC1 Wicked Clip looks like a cross between a small clitoral vibrator and a nipple clip. Because it is.

The Wicked Clip definitely lives up to its name. It is a 3.2 inch, waterproof vibrator that has a silicone main area that branches off into two flexible tips. This makes it possible to use the vibrator either as-is, or to pry those little tips apart to “clip” onto nipples, ear lobes and even the clitoris.

There are a total of 10 speeds and pulses in the Wicked Clip: 3 speeds and 7 pulse patterns, to be precise. The speeds are incredibly intense, so some caution may be required if you’re going straight for your (or your partner’s) sensitive parts. The pulse patterns are also quite heavy duty, although some are so similar that it can be difficult to tell them apart. Just find what feels good, and go for it. The tip allows one to adjust the pressure accordingly. The trick is not to pinch too hard.

The size of the Wicked Clip is small enough to fit into a bag or purse discreetly. The sound however, depending on how you hold it and apply pressure, can sound like a mini-drill. It is not consistently loud, but can be startling and definitely noticeable in a quiet room. The device is turned off by holding down the power button, and sometimes this requires a little bit of extra pressure, especially if you’re turning it off under duress (which happened to me one of the first times I used it, and I ended up throwing it into a drawer while still on. It was on one of the highest settings and threatened to run away). Once turned on again, the speeds start from the beginning, so you have to find your place again.

While possibly too intense for some people’s tastes, I found the power almost equivalent to that of much more expensive small vibrators, but at a very reasonable price. I would go so far as to say that this is probably the best of the lower cost vibrators I have reviewed. The design, variety of speeds/pulses and ease of use are all positives.

The Wicked Clip also washes very easily with soap and water. It’s waterproof, but definitely take the batteries out first. Speaking of which, the batteries are an unusual size but can easily be found in any store that sells different kinds of batteries, or at the Traveling Tickle Trunk.

If you’re looking for something small, powerful and inexpensive, the Maia WC1 Wicked Clip is definitely worth checking out.


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