Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Wartenberg Wheel

For today's review, I'll be looking at the Wartenberg Wheel by UberKinky. As always, click any image to see a larger version!

Size comparison:

This devious little wheel is far sharper, and more versatile, than it appears. With almost no pressure it can feel like a tickle and with a firm hand can draw tiny perforations of blood. Made of stainless steel, one can simply boil it or wipe with alcohol to sterilize it. I don't anticipate needing to replace this wheel anytime soon, as it is rather sturdy.

The small arch on the handle allows for your pointer finger to easily and comfortably control the wheel. The wheel is mostly silent against skin, it occasionally makes a light squeak. Against hard materials, such as hard plastic, it is clearly audible.

The wheel is fun to run across someone's body, and it also can scrape well when turned sideways. Speed, pressure, and placement of where the wheel is on someone's body all together effectively make this an awesome sensation toy. It can be used solely for pleasure or pain, or be used somewhere in between. For most users it is probably a little too intense to use on genitals, but it can be used anywhere external effectively, such as arms, legs, nipples, etc. UberKinky also offers more complicated pinwheels, with two, three, five, or seven wheels. I would certainly recommend this toy to anyone who's interested in sensation play, especially that errs on the side of pain.

Grade Breakdown: 99

Value: 5/5
If you're interested and able to, you should get this.

Aesthetics: 20/20

Pleasure: 74/75
Intended Functionality: 5/5
Lovely sensation toy.
Reusability: 20/20
Cleans easily, and creates different sensations.
Best Functionality: 49/50
For blurring the line between pleasure and pain,
a point off for occasional squeaking.

Thanks UberKinky!

FTC: UberKinky provided Sex Toy Review Land with the Wartenberg Wheel free of charge for an honest review. Though links have been used, this has not altered any of my opinions stated within the review, and does comply with the FTC.

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