This is the starting point for the high end violet wand kits. Inside this rugged brief case you’ll find so many different tools that you’ll be hard pressed to ever get bored! The Dr Clockwork Solid State Innovator Kit will take your violet wand play to the next level and beyond!
Here’s what you get with the Dr Clockwork Solid State Innovator Kit: Sturdy storage case, Dr Clockwork violet wand, body contact lead, Edison adapter, large mushroom electrode, Y electrode, rake electrode, probe electrode, spiral electrode, 5 eagle talons, wartenberg wheel, 4 light bulbs, dragon's mouth LED, rolling drum, 9" lightning rod, extendible fork and a ball and chain flogger.
The inside of the case is customizable so you can modify it as you continue to grow your violet wand accessory collection. All included electrodes are violet.
Solid state violet wands are known to run longer than their mechanical state counterparts. They are also multi-directional so you don’t lose power when you tilt the wand. The only drawback is, solid state is not as powerful as mechanical state.
All of Dr Clockwork's violet wands are subject to a 1 year warranty from manufacturer's defect so you can rest assured you're getting quality and performance
Delivery & Returns
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- Very pleased
I have always wanted to own a violet wand, but never knew where to buy one.
I was excited when I found that UberKiny stocked Dr Clockworks range of Violet wand and accessories.
I would advise anyone to have a good read on how to use it, for safety reasons.
Before I purchased this I did a lot of reading on Fetlife and Dr Clockworks own site.
This kit comes in a nice case that has combination locks. Very handy to keep nosey people out.
I leave this in my front room because it just looks like a toolbox :)
The wand is solid state. According to what I have read this means that it can run longer and cooler than the older type, and is less prone to problems.
It has a slightly lower output than the mechanical wands, but for me it has plenty of power.
The 5 electrodes are a good selection and are of high quality. The smaller the electrode contact area the more intense the feeling.
The light bulbs are fun, they look very impressive, but are mild to use. This is handy to introduce people to VW play.
The body contact lead is a good length and spark gapped for safety.
I used this to test the lightening rod and fork. The spark from this is very impressive!
I was so pleased with this purchase that I ended up buying a few more accessories to use with it.
- Faulty device
Unfortunately the device stopped working after having been switched on for only a few minutes. Sparks started coming through the handle of the wand, which was a bit concerning, and then the power dropped down to a tiny level, with the wand just making a quiet humming noise and nothing else even on the highest setting.
I bought this device, rather than a refurbished vintage 1930s violet wand (which would be about the same price), for safety and reliability reasons, so was very disappointed when it failed within minutes of use, in a potentially hazardous manner.
A friend of mine also has the same Dr Clockworks Solid State Violet Wand, has had it for a few weeks and loved it, but it too has also now stopped working. Only a statistical sample of 2, but I won't be buying from this company again, it seems the quality control of the products is not up to scratch, and for £300 I was expecting a top quality product. I asked for a refund rather than a replacement.
Customer service at Uberkinky gets full marks though, it was easy to send the faulty device back to them in the same packaging using the freepost address, and my refund was processed in a few days.
- Horrible quality all around
Where to even begin this? Maybe by saying that Überkinky was quick in their response and not to blame for this mess of a product.
The product was delivered and after an initial function check of the wand itself I wanted to test the electrodes during a light, playful session.
- The rake electrode lost it's contact cup within the wand after it's first use and I had my sweet time getting that thing out of there. Unless you have some special removal tool for that, consider your electro-session done for if that happens to you while in play
- The Y-electrode had a carefully hidden crack at the bottom and shorted out the wand. You got sparks inside the wand and from the handle to the operators hand, but none from the actual electrode. Wand still worked afterwards, so that's what the single star is for, in case you wonder.
- The metal spiral inside probe electrode is very lose and the whole thing sounds like an old broken lightbulb. I haven't even used that one for fear it completely detaches when I plug it in.
- The edisson adapter rolled of the bed and onto a carpet, all of 35 cm below. It shattered not in one but in two places, which is astonishing for a solid metal&plastic component. I've seen cheap glass survive bigger falls than that.
- The thin leather strap that holds the inlay in the lid of the case had a small tear. Not the biggest issue, but when you pay a price like that, you tend to expect better quality.
Additionally: The wand itself seems pretty solid, but the power level is adjusted on the bottom side close to the cable. Therefore you need two hands to increase or decrease output, making it somewhat unwieldy in practice. A wheel on the grip-side of the wand instead of the knob below it would've been better.
I conclude: The quality of the product leaves pretty much everything to be desired and does not justify the price in any way. Sad but true.
In Denmark - do I need an adaptor? And do you sell it?
The Dr Clockwork violet Wand comes with a UK plug. We do not sell a UK to Mainland Europe adaptor. You would need to find a travel adaptor suitable for Denmark to be able to plug it into the wall. Chemists and some book stores will have these adaptors or you can buy them online from Amazon.