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Best Wand Vibrators Under $50

Best Wand Vibrators Under $50

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If you’re on a tight budget and want the best wand vibrator under $50, a few great options are available. Unlike premium wands, which often perform excellently in every aspect, wand vibrators under $50 may underperform in some areas. But you can find one that excels at what you care about most!    

A cheap wand vibrator is also a great choice if you’re new to wand vibrators, so you can learn your preferences without overspending. Vibration strength, rumbliness, and head size are all preference-based aspects to consider.

I own and have extensively tested 38 wand vibrators. In this guide to the best cheap wand vibrators, I only include wands I typically find for less than $50 and perform well for the price. Or options that are brought under the $50 price point by using our discount code at a shop. 

You can also see our recommendations for the best wand vibrators under $100 and the best wand vibrators here. 

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Best Wand Vibrator Under $50 – Orion Your New Favorite Wand

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Overall Score

7.6
MAX VIBRATION POWER
7.5
POWER RANGE
7.1
RUMBLINESS
7.6
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
8.5
USE DURING SEX
7.0
NOISE
6.3
ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY
9.4
MOUNT COMPATIBILITY
9.5
BATTERY LIFE
7.6
BUILD QUALITY
8.5

The Orion Your New Favorite Wand is the best wand vibrator under $50 that I’ve tested. Of all my cheap wand vibrators, it offers the most similar experience to pricey full-sized wands.

Orion Your New Favorite Wand Large Head and Small Handle vs Magic Wand Rechargeable
The Orion Your New Favorite Wand (left) has a large head comparable to a full-sized wand like the Magic Wand Rechargeable (right), but a much shorter handle

It’s the most powerful wand under $50, reaching a top strength of 6.7 out of 10. While not as extreme as pricier wands like the Magic Wand Plus, Rechargeable, or PalmPower Extreme, this is plenty of power for me. It’s much stronger than mid-sized toys like G-spot or rabbit vibrators. And the Orion Your New Favorite Wand has one of the broadest power ranges of wands at this price point.

  • Power ≤ 3: Comparable to the vibration strength of smaller vibrators like bullets.
  • Power between 3 and 4.5: Comparable to the vibration strength of mid-sized, non-wand vibrators like the Lelo Mona 2, Lovense Hyphy, Lovense Lush 3, We-Vibe Nova 2, etc.
  • Power between 4.5 and 7: Slightly to moderately more powerful than mid-sized, non-wand vibrators like those mentioned above. 
  • Power ≥ 7: Substantially stronger than other kinds of vibrators. These levels feel extremely powerful.

Like full-sized wands, the Orion has a large head that provides comfortable, broad stimulation. But its short handle takes up less room, making it easier to maneuver. The full-sized head is excellent if you enjoy lots of surface area, though it makes it harder to use during sex. Those who prioritize using their wand during sex will enjoy the VeDO Wini more.

The larger head size makes it compatible with wand attachments and mounts. So, you have options to modify your experience and add variety.

Orion Your New Favorite Wand Massager Compatible Wand Attachments

The Orion Your New Favorite Wand also has the best rumbliness in the $50 price range, but it’s not exceptional like pricier wands, including the Fun Factory Vim. Still, its first 2 of 3 intensity levels feel rumbly.

If you want the traditional wand experience with a broad head and excellent vibration power, the Orion Your New Favorite Wand is the best option at this price.

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More Comfortable and Better During Sex – VeDO Wini

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Overall Score

7.5
MAX VIBRATION POWER
6.8
POWER RANGE
7.2
RUMBLINESS
5.5
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
8.2
USE DURING SEX
8.8
NOISE
8.6
ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY
6.7
MOUNT COMPATIBILITY
5.0
BATTERY LIFE
6.3
BUILD QUALITY
8.0

The VeDO Wini is my favorite wand vibrator under $50 to use during sex. The smaller head size provides more direct stimulation and fits better in tight spaces. This is especially helpful in positions where you’re facing your partner, like Cowgirl or Missionary.

VeDO Wini vs Orion Your New Favorite Wand During Sex
The Orion Your New Favorite Wand (yellow) takes up more space than the VeDO Wini (teal) in positions when you’re facing your partner

The Wini has a wide power range, starting very low at just 0.6 out of 10 vibration strength. This is great for those worried about overstimulation or those who enjoy a slow build. The highest strength is 4.67 out of 10 – this is only moderately powerful compared to full-sized wands, but the VeDO Wini is still stronger than my non-wand vibrators. So it has plenty of power for most people.

  • Power ≤ 3: Comparable to the vibration strength of smaller vibrators like bullets.
  • Power between 3 and 4.5: Comparable to the vibration strength of mid-sized, non-wand vibrators like the Lelo Mona 2, Lovense Hyphy, Lovense Lush 3, We-Vibe Nova 2, etc.
  • Power between 4.5 and 7: Slightly to moderately more powerful than mid-sized, non-wand vibrators like those mentioned above. 
  • Power ≥ 7: Substantially stronger than other kinds of vibrators. These levels feel extremely powerful.

Like the Orion Wand, the VeDO Wini has separate buttons to increase and decrease power – you do not need to cycle through intensity levels. However, the setup is strange because it has 3 sets of 6 intensity levels. The first set spans the widest power range with larger jumps between settings, so you can quickly change power. The next sets have smaller power ranges with more gradual steps for those who get overstimulated easily.  

The lower levels are rumbly, but the mid-strength settings feel neutral or buzzy. This provides a great range if you’re unsure what frequency you prefer. But rumble-lovers will do better with the Orion wand.

The battery life is on the shorter end, lasting about an hour on high. And it doesn’t work as well with mounts or attachments as the Orion. But the VeDO Wini is waterproof.

VeDO Wini Waterproof Rating Demonstration

And if you prioritize using your wand during sex and need more settings in the mild power range for a slower build-up, the VeDO Wini is the best wand under $50!

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Best Cheap Wand Vibrator – Blush Noje W4

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Overall Score

7.6
MAX VIBRATION POWER
6.9
POWER RANGE
6.2
RUMBLINESS
7.3
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
8.9
USE DURING SEX
9.1
NOISE
9.3
ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY
1.7
MOUNT COMPATIBILITY
3.0
BATTERY LIFE
7.3
BUILD QUALITY
8.0

The Blush Noje W4 is the best cheap wand vibrator when you can find it on sale. PeepShowToys often has the Blush Noje W4 on sale for around $30.  

It has a head comparable to the size of G-spot or rabbit vibrators, so it’s easier to fit in tight spots during sex. And its comfortable, slim handle is easy to leverage for firm pressure over long periods.

Blush Noje W4 and Similar Strength Toys

The top vibration strength is comparable to the VeDO Wini, but the Blush Noje W4 only has two power levels. So you have fewer intermediate settings to use. The Blush Noje W4’s top power is more rumbly than the VeDO Wini’s though.

  • Power ≤ 3: Comparable to the vibration strength of smaller vibrators like bullets.
  • Power between 3 and 4.5: Comparable to the vibration strength of mid-sized, non-wand vibrators like the Lelo Mona 2, Lovense Hyphy, Lovense Lush 3, We-Vibe Nova 2, etc.
  • Power between 4.5 and 7: Slightly to moderately more powerful than mid-sized, non-wand vibrators like those mentioned above. 
  • Power ≥ 7: Substantially stronger than other kinds of vibrators. These levels feel extremely powerful.

At the sale price, the Blush Noje W4 is an excellent value. When the Noje W4 is full price (closer to $50), the VeDO Wini or Orion Your New Favorite Wand is a better value.

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Other Wands Under $50 To Consider

Blush Lush Gia

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The Blush Lush Gia can be a good option when it’s on sale for around $50. It has comparable vibration strength to the VeDO Wini, but is a touch less buzzy. And it’s a dual-ended wand with a G-spot side and a wand end, making it a versatile option for exploring clitoral and G-spot stimulation.

The G-spot vibrations are buzzy and not very powerful, but it’s a nice addition if you want to try something new. 

I enjoy the curved handle because it makes it easy to apply firm pressure for long periods without wrist strain. The smaller head provides more focused stimulation than a traditional wand and makes it easier to use during sex.

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Other Wand Vibrators Under $50 That We Tested

  • BMS Palm Power Groove – The Groove is a cheap wand vibrator priced in the mid-$30 range. The vibrations are comparable to a rumbly bullet vibrator – they’re not like a large, powerful wand’s vibrations. But it can be a decent, inexpensive vibrator to begin exploring and learning what you enjoy. Read our review
  • Lovehoney Deluxe Rechargeable Mini Massage Wand – The Lovehoney Mini Wand is very weak and has extremely buzzy vibrations. It has an overall cheap feel. I don’t recommend it. Read our review
  • Romp Flip – The Romp Flip is exceptionally weak and difficult for me to orgasm with. It also broke after a few months due to the flimsy neck, so it no longer vibrates. Read our review

All Wand Vibrators Under $50

The wand vibrators I’ve highlighted in this guide are the ones I think are the best for under $50. 

I only include wand vibrators that perform well for the price or are great for a particular use. But preferences vary – so if you’d like to consider all the wand vibrators under $50 we’ve tested, refer to the comparison table above.