Le Wand x Kelly Malka Feel My Power Wand Massager - 2022 Special Edition
It's here! The 2022 Edition of Le Wand's Feel My Power vibrating wand massager has arrived just in time for International Women's Day (March 8). Watch their recently-released commercial below, in honor of Women's History Month:
Since 2019, Le Wand has celebrated International Women's Day with their anticipated Feel My Power Vibrating Wand Massager product launches, continuing in March of 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Alicia Sinclair Rosen, Founder of Le Wand, set out to upgrade classic-selling sex toys by creating COTR- Children of the Revolution. Brands underneath that umbrella also include b-Vibe (anal vibes), and The Cowgirl (sex machine).
Le Wand has consistently been praised as one of the best wand vibrators available, from the mainstream to the sexual health community. However, It is not just the luxury quality and product functionality where Le Wand outshines most competitors. It is the thoughtful approach from start to finish that contributes to design aesthetics and the complete end-user experience. Le Wand delivers value that goes beyond purchasing a sex toy, and throwing away the box after you open it. (For the record, Casey's 2019 FMP wand is still alive and kicking, in regular rotation!)
For example: the All That Glimmers Petite collection is reminiscent of 90s vibes, tapping into nostalgia with extras that include glitter nail polish, temporary tattoos - and a throwback coil charging cable to boot. And please don't get us started on how ridiculously awesome the Le Wand Unicorn Limited Edition Wand Massager Set is.
With each Feel My Power Special Edition Le Wand you not only get one of the most powerful wand vibrators on the market, but you also receive unique swag in addition to a Pleasure Guide in every box. These annual releases bring much anticipation (for us!), and no matter how many vibrating wands we already have in the toy box, Le Wand gets us EVERY TIME, because of the creative and sophisticated collector's appeal. Additionally, Le Wand does a fantastic job of partnering with socially-conscious artists to execute each original FMP campaign theme.
About this year's Special Edition set:
Le Wand partnered with artist Kelly Malka,whose values are grounded in activism- as shown in her efforts through Art For Change.
2022's Feel My Power wand campaign advocates for sexual pleasure as sexual health. How we use our sex toys, the intimacy and satisfaction of our relationships, consent, solo sex - and so much more - is a human right.
The Le Wand vibrating wand has 10 ultra-distinctive, rumbly vibration speeds and 20 vibration patterns. Its sleek design provides powerful, focused vibration in the head of the wand. It is the power of the wand that sets itself apart from the rest - delivering deep, penetrative pleasure on external stimulation points.
Body-safe, flexible silicone head
Non-porous ABS plastic handle
3 hours of charge = 3 hours of use
Extra long handle
3-button control panel that is easy to navigate
Complete Special Edition set includes:
Feel My Power-branded travel bag
Embroidery kit (!!!!!)
Feel My Power Woven patch
Postcard set (One reads, "If You Obey All The Rules, You Miss All The Fun")
Feel My Power Keychain
Total length: 13.4" | Neck Diameter: 1.97"
Charge time: 3 hours | Use time: 3 hours
Compatible with water-based lubricants.
About the artist:
Kelly Malka is an illustrator and designer working and living in her hometown of Los Angeles, California. Before moving back to LA in 2020, Kelly spent 5 years as a traditional graphic designer in San Francisco working in advertising. While working full-time as a designer, she always made time and space for her freelance illustration work. She started working with non-profits and cause-based organizations, and was able to feel and see how powerful a tool art was in spreading awareness, information and making an emotional and tangible impact.
After summoning the courage to quit her full-time gig, Kelly has been able to focus her craft and infuse her values into her work. She focuses mainly on mental health, gender equality and sociopolitical issues.