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Kink The Stinger Electro-Play Wand by Doc Johnson

Kink The Stinger Electro-Play Wand by Doc Johnson

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    Kink The Stinger Electro-Play Wand by Doc Johnson

    Motivation comes in many forms. The cattle prod-style Kink The Stinger Electro-Play Wand creates different sensations specific to the area it’s applied with a light zap perfect for training or teasing. Tickling, tingling, and a moderate sting are all within the realm of possibility with the Stinger.

    The Stinger’s handle features a non-slip, non-conductive rubber grip, and a safe but powerful current runs between two prongs at end of the contrasting red shaft.

    Kink by Doc Johnson is an exciting collaboration with Kink.com to create a collection of high-quality authentic fetish items suitable for long-term practitioners and new initiates alike.

    • Moderate Sting
    • Simple Push-Button Operation
    • Creates Mildly Painful or Tickling Sensations
    • Loud Crackling Sound and Visible Spark
    • Stimulates Multiple Senses
    • Non-Conductive Rubber Grip
    • Leaves No Visible Effects
    • Suitable for New and Experienced E-Stim Players

    Total Length 15 in (38.10 cm)
    Width/Diameter 1.5 in (3.81 cm)

    Safe, sane, and consensual (SSC) is one of the values surrounding ethically acceptable behavior in BDSM, kink, and alternative sexuality communities. Safe means that the risk of activities should be understood by all participants, taking all precautions to prevent accidents or injury. Sane is to undertake activities in a sensible and sane state of mind, understanding the difference between fantasy and reality. Consensual means that all parties have freely and fully consented to the activity and were in a sound state of mind.

    Material: ABS Plastic
    Body Safe: Phthalate-free - Non-porous
    Care & Cleaning: Clean with soap and water. Optionally, use gentle antibacterial soap or toy cleaner. Do not submerge or run under water. Use only water-based lubricants.
    Warranty Information: DocJohnson.com
    Power Source: Batteries
    Powered By: 2 x AA
    Measurements: Total Length 15 in (38.10 cm), Width/Diameter 1.5 in (3.81 cm)

    Guest Blogger - Kitten Boheme

    "...Caring for the Stinger is pretty easy. The Kink by Doc Johnson The Stinger runs on a pair of AA batteries (not included), drop them and you are ready to play. If you need to replace the batteries, just unscrew the very base of the toy and drop more batteries into the cavity. If you need to clean your Stinger, wash it with soap and water, but do not submerge. Easy peasy.

    Okay, now for the important bit of the review… my recommendation? I think the Kink by Doc Johnson The Stinger is kind of a fun intro to electro-sex toy. It’s budget friendly, it’s lightweight, and it’s bark is mostly way worse than its bite. The loud crack and the bright flash are an impressive show but the sting is very light (sometimes it even tickled) to moderate (especially on my inner thighs it felt more intense) and I found it easily tolerated (and I’m a big wuss). If you are looking for something with a more serious sting, the Stinger might be a disappointment, I’m not sure this is a toy for a seasoned electro-sex pro looking for a real hardcore bite, but for a beginner like me it was perfect!

    Ready to ZAP CRACKLE POP?"

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    Guest Blogger - Betty Butch

    "A tiny sting is exactly what it sounds like – a light zap that’s barely perceptible, like a mild static shock. Zaps from longer presses of the button (or from touching skin and then quickly tapping the button) are more akin to sharp rubber band snaps, though the post-shock tingling tends to linger longer. Pressing the Stinger against skin and then hitting and holding the button is where you inflict pain. My partner compared the feeling to getting a drip of oil on your skin when cooking, because it’s sharp and hot like a burn; the shocked skin continues to buzz/tingle for a long while after.

    Even this minimal versatility makes for fun play, as my partner never knows which type of shock they’re in for. I vary where I place my jolts and whether I press the button to build up a decent sting or fake my partner out with tiny zaps, and when I feel like actually hurting them, I hold the button and draw sweeping zigzags across their body. It’s never especially painful, but the accompanying flash and crack make it seem so much worse in the moment; my partner is wary of the Stinger despite admitting it doesn’t really hurt. I might not be able to channel Princess Donna’s uniquely intimidating energy, but I can definitely make my partner writhe in panic..

    ...But besides the lack of instructions, I’m pretty thrilled with the Stinger Electro-Play Wand, especially as my first venture into the realm of electro-play in general. The Stinger is nothing fancy, but it’s priced fairly and makes no claims of comparing to more expensive and finely constructed toys. Its relatively moderate pain infliction as compared to its aggressive spark/crackle makes it a toy with more bark than bite, which may be of particular interest to folks who want to enjoy the illusion of much crueler play. It’s great for consensually intimidating subs and masochists without the pain level, marks, and price tag typically associated with serious impact/sensation toys. And given how physically simplified it is to operate and handle, I think it’s a viable option for disabled doms who need alternatives to typical impact toys due to limited articulation and range of motion capabilities."

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    1. Okay  star rating

      Posted by Danielle G. on Mar 22nd 2018

      It's an okay product and I enjoy using it to get my heart racing (don't actually use it near your heart though). First time getting something like this, and it did not come with instructions, so when I first tried using it I couldn't see a spark. I thought that I would be able to see the electric currents or something, and I tried touching to other surfaces to see if it was working before I tested it on myself. I held the button down for so long that the shock actually hurt. You won't see the electric currents until you touch yourself with it. Also, when I was taking the batteries out I accidentally shocked my hand so hard that it warped the skin on one of my fingers a little. Be careful when using it and you will have fun.

    Kink The Stinger Electro-Play Wand by Doc Johnson

    Motivation comes in many forms. The cattle prod-style Kink The Stinger Electro-Play Wand creates different sensations specific to the area it’s applied with a light zap perfect for training or teasing. Tickling, tingling, and a moderate sting are all within the realm of possibility with the Stinger.

    The Stinger’s handle features a non-slip, non-conductive rubber grip, and a safe but powerful current runs between two prongs at end of the contrasting red shaft.

    Kink by Doc Johnson is an exciting collaboration with Kink.com to create a collection of high-quality authentic fetish items suitable for long-term practitioners and new initiates alike.

    • Moderate Sting
    • Simple Push-Button Operation
    • Creates Mildly Painful or Tickling Sensations
    • Loud Crackling Sound and Visible Spark
    • Stimulates Multiple Senses
    • Non-Conductive Rubber Grip
    • Leaves No Visible Effects
    • Suitable for New and Experienced E-Stim Players

    Total Length 15 in (38.10 cm)
    Width/Diameter 1.5 in (3.81 cm)

    Safe, sane, and consensual (SSC) is one of the values surrounding ethically acceptable behavior in BDSM, kink, and alternative sexuality communities. Safe means that the risk of activities should be understood by all participants, taking all precautions to prevent accidents or injury. Sane is to undertake activities in a sensible and sane state of mind, understanding the difference between fantasy and reality. Consensual means that all parties have freely and fully consented to the activity and were in a sound state of mind.

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