Le Wand Bow & Le Wand Arch

Two Unique Stainless Steel Dildos

I’ve sat on this article for a while. Whenever I settled down and tried to put my thoughts to paper I asked myself, “How do I begin to put into words how good these toys are?” I never had the issue of a toy being so good that I struggled to review them. I’m a wordy girl, this is supposed to be easy for me! But damn, these two toys had me floored.

The Le Wand Bow and Le Wand Arch are the two toys that we’ll be delving into today, and in my opinion, they’re part of the best stainless-steel dildos on the market.

When I first heard of stainless-steel dildos, I was quite frankly unsure why someone would want a hunk of metal in them.

When I first heard of stainless-steel dildos, I was quite frankly unsure why someone would want a hunk of metal in them. It sounded like it would be uncomfortable, yet so many people were raving about it. I always knew if I got the chance to try out one of them, I would. When Spectrum Boutique offered me a chance to review not one, but two of these little toys, I couldn’t help but say yes.

My first impression of the Le Wand Arch was that it was not as heavy as I thought it would be (though it was definitely heavier than your average silicone dildo). It wasn’t as long as I thought it would be, either. The Arch isn’t longer than my hand.  It measures nearly 9in length (8.53 to be exact), with each largest head measuring 1.44 in circumference, and the smaller one coming in at 1in in circumference.

Now, the Le Wand Arch as you can tell, has a good thickness to it, whereas the Le Wand Bow is completely different in design and size. The Bow is nearly 8 inches, and has a thinner shaft, along with two bulbous ends coming in at 1.33in at the thickest, and 1.1in at the other end. Think of a double-sided lollipop. A favorite feature of mine on this toy is the swirl ridges along the upper shaft near the thickest end. It makes up for lack of girth by adding the extra textured stimulation.

Due to the material, these are cold toys unless you warm them. It took some getting used to at first. It’s not shockingly cold, but it is cold enough to startle without warning. This is an easy thing to get around, you can put them in warm water or wrap them in a warm towel for a second or two. An extra step, sure, but one that doesn’t take much time or effort.

Me being the person I am, I spent 5 minutes deliberating which toy I wanted to use first. Did I want the semi-girthy Arch, or did I want Bow’s lollipop heads?

I tell you what.  Both rocked my world and did the job, so it doesn’t matter which I used first. The girth and weight of the Arch stimulated my G-Spot in ways that it hadn’t been stimulated before, and the Bow’s spiral ridges gave a texture that rocked my world while the thickest head massaged my G-Spot.

The difference between them was that the Arch made me feel fuller and gave me more to squeeze my vaginal muscles with, something that I enjoy doing when getting off, whereas the Bow simply stimulated that spot in an almost overwhelming way, making me focus on it the entire time.

I’m proud to say that I was able to achieve squirting with both toys, a feat that I had not been able to achieve without hard work and determination (and a long time)!

When using either of the toys, I often found myself having to pause to simply catch my breath. They didn’t need much work to, well, work. They worked without me needing to fumble around or twist the toy, or anything extra.

I’m proud to say that I was able to achieve squirting with both toys, a feat that I had not been able to achieve without hard work and determination (and a long time)! The Arch and Bow took all the guesswork out of it. They target the G-spot like crazy and have the weight I need to actually feel full enough to feel pleasure from it.

As much as I love these toys and sing their praises though, if you don’t like intense pinpointed penetration, they might not be for you. I’m someone who enjoys it immensely, so it was no problem for me, but everybody is different, and everyone orgasms differently!

If you want to get into G-spot play or enjoy intense pinpoint stimulation, these toys could definitely be for you! Hell, I’d be willing to risk it all and say they’re definitely for you. I don’t make that statement lightly, either.

Also, with both toys being steel, you can pair them with any lube without fear of the toy breaking down- this is something that is a favorite thing of mine since I prefer thicker silicone lubes. I find them able to keep me lubricated longer, and so pairing a silicone lube with one of these? It couldn’t get better than that! Le Wand outdid themselves with the Bow and the Arch. They came and they conquered.

I, someone who was a skeptic of the toys, found myself going back to both of them time and time again. They were so versatile with all of them being double-ended for different levels of fullness and intensity. And when I paired one of them with a wand? It was all over from that point.

I think with toys that just work, there’s only so much one can say about them. It works. There’s something in the beauty and simplicity of these toys that also make them some of my top toys to play with. In my opinion, it’s not easy to design a toy that will work time and time again without fail. But once again, Le Wand knocked it out the park.

I think the only thing people will gawk at is the price of these toys.

The Le Wand Bow goes for $125, while the Le Wand Arch goes $140.

Now, I know this sounds steep, but the toys come with more than just the toy. They come with thick storage bags to store your toy in to keep damage from happening, along with cleaning cloths for the toy. You don’t have to worry about dinging the sleek metal, and cleanup is simple. Along with that, I see this toy as an investment.

You can’t rag about something that’s practically flawless.

Some people will look at this toy and know they’ll get many uses out of it with zero wear and tear. You won’t need to buy batteries to make it run or wait an hour for it to charge. It’s there and ready to go when you are. It’s worth it if you’re looking to build a quality collection of toys that won’t let you down no matter how many times you use them. You truly are paying for the sheer high quality of the items.

If something were to happen to either my Bow or my Arch, I would absolutely purchase a replacement with the quickness. I know you’re probably shocked. This review had no sass and no snarky comments about how a toy couldn’t do the one thing it was designed to do. There were no quips or complaints.

What can I say? You can’t rag about something that’s practically flawless.

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