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Best Wand Vibrators Under $100

Wand Vibrators Under $100

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While some of my favorite wands (like the PalmPower Extreme) are just over $100, there are several excellent options under $100. Since budget wands tend to make trade-offs in some areas, choosing the best wand for you depends on what you care about most.

You can find options with the extreme power that wands are famous for in the $80-$100 price range. As you start to dip below that, power will decrease some but these wands will often be plenty for most people. Below are my recommendations for the best wand vibrators under $100. Also see our recommendations for the best wand vibrators and the best wand vibrators under $50.

Compare Wands Under $100

Best Large Wand Vibrator Under $100 – Magic Wand Plus

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Overall Score

8.5

What is it:

How generally good the wand is. It’s a weighted average of the wand’s performance in various areas.

Scoring Factors:

18%

14%

15%

13%

11%

13%

8%

Build Quality

4%

1%

3%

MAX VIBRATION POWER
9.5
POWER RANGE
8.9
RUMBLINESS
7.8
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
8.2
USE DURING SEX
8.8
NOISE
6.1
ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY
10.0
MOUNT COMPATIBILITY
8.5
BUILD QUALITY
9.5

The Magic Wand Plus is the strongest wand under $100. It reaches a 9 out of 10 for strength on its top power. Only the Doxy Die Cast is slightly stronger, and it’s more than double the cost. The Magic Wand Plus has good range with softer levels for warming up. The lower levels are deep and rumbly, though its top setting becomes a bit buzzy (typical for wands this strong).

  • 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.

Because the Magic Wand Plus is corded, you’ll need to play near an outlet. Although its cord is 6 feet long, and you can use an extension cord if needed. On the plus side, you don’t need to keep it charged.

Even though smaller wands fit more easily into tight spaces (like during sex), this wand’s strong, rumbly vibrations travel deep and stimulate my clit well – even in positions where I can’t fit the wand’s head as close as I typically like.

Since the Magic Wand is the most well-known wand, it’s compatible with a wide range of attachments and mounts so you can add variety to your play. This wand is well-built and an excellent value if you don’t mind playing near an outlet.

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Best Small Wand Vibrator Under $100 – Lovense Domi 2

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Overall Score

8.4

What is it:

How generally good the wand is. It’s a weighted average of the wand’s performance in various areas.

Scoring Factors:

18%

14%

15%

13%

11%

13%

8%

Build Quality

4%

1%

3%

MAX VIBRATION POWER
8.7
POWER RANGE
8.9
RUMBLINESS
9.4
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
8.4
USE DURING SEX
9.8
NOISE
5.4
ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY
5.0
MOUNT COMPATIBILITY
7.0
BATTERY LIFE
9.1
BUILD QUALITY
9.5

If you prefer a small rechargeable wand that’s easier to maneuver, the Lovense Domi 2 is an excellent wand typically priced right around $100. 

  • 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.

Though not quite as powerful, as the Magic Wand Plus, its strength is still extreme (I typically stick to its lower and middle levels). It’s the most powerful mini wand and the only one that rivals the strength of many full-sized wands. Its vibrations also remain rumbly, even on its highest settings (a rare feat for a powerful wand). These rumbly vibrations feel impactful without numbing as buzzy vibrations can.

The small size and light weight make it very easy to maneuver during solo play and during sex. The slim head fits more easily in tight spaces or between bodies, and it can provide more direct stimulation than large wands. 

Its main downside is that it’s somewhat loud, which can be a concern if you live with others. However, we found turning on a box fan in the bedroom or playing music masks the sound of the Domi and makes it inaudible on the other side of a closed door.

The Domi also has a unique feature among wands – you can give up control of your Domi to a nearby or long-distance partner through the Lovense app. My partner and I have app-controlled vibrators from many brands, and Lovense has the best app and connectivity. 

The Domi is best for people who want an extremely powerful wand that’s easier to maneuver than a full-sized wand – and people who want to give control to a partner.

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Best Quiet Wand Vibrator Under $100 – Viben Sultry

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Overall Score

8

What is it:

How generally good the wand is. It’s a weighted average of the wand’s performance in various areas.

Scoring Factors:

18%

14%

15%

13%

11%

13%

8%

Build Quality

4%

1%

3%

MAX VIBRATION POWER
8.2
POWER RANGE
5.0
RUMBLINESS
8.5
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
9.2
USE DURING SEX
9.1
NOISE
7.5
ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY
6.0
MOUNT COMPATIBILITY
9.5
BATTERY LIFE
9.1
BUILD QUALITY
9.5

If you need a quiet wand under $100, the Viben Sultry is a great option – it’s my strongest wand that remains inaudible from behind a closed door on all power levels (without the need for a box fan or music).

  • 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.

The Viben Sultry reaches a 7.33 out of 10 vibration strength. This is significantly stronger than any of my non-wand vibrators and it’s plenty of power for me. The main downside is that it doesn’t have any low, warm-up powers. It begins moderately powerful, so if you’re sensitive to strength you may need to use another vibrator while warming up.

Though the Sultry is full-sized it’s easier to maneuver than other large wands. It’s lighter than most full-sized wands and has a slim, contoured handle that’s comfortable to grip. Since it’s easy to leverage I can apply firm pressure with minimal effort. And since the neck is slightly flexible, it remains comfortable while pressing firmly.

The buttons are unusual – you need to cycle through intensity levels with a single button. And they cycle in reverse order (strongest to weakest). I prefer separate buttons to increase and decrease strength (like the Magic Wand Plus and Lovense Domi have), but it hasn’t kept me from enjoying the Sultry. 

Overall, this wand is still one I reach for frequently. I love its moderately rumbly vibrations which are right in my sweet spot. And I enjoy using it hands-free with my wand mounts too. 

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Best Wand Vibrator Under $75 – Magic Wand Mini

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Overall Score

8

What is it:

How generally good the wand is. It’s a weighted average of the wand’s performance in various areas.

Scoring Factors:

18%

14%

15%

13%

11%

13%

8%

Build Quality

4%

1%

3%

MAX VIBRATION POWER
7.0
POWER RANGE
6.5
RUMBLINESS
7.1
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
9.4
USE DURING SEX
9.5
NOISE
7.9
ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY
7.3
MOUNT COMPATIBILITY
7.3
BATTERY LIFE
10.0
BUILD QUALITY
9.5

The Magic Wand Mini is my favorite wand under $75. It shares many of the Magic Wand Plus’s traits including user-friendly controls, a comfortable plush silicone head, and the same basic shape – but it’s smaller and rechargeable making it easier to maneuver and more convenient.

  • 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.

The Magic Wand Mini trades off some vibration strength compared to the full-sized version, with its top level reaching a 5 out of 10. For comparison, this is still stronger than my non-wand vibrators, but only by a bit. I can still orgasm even on its lowest power myself. It’s best for those who prefer moderately rumbly vibrations and strong, but not overwhelming power.

The smaller size and plush head make it great to use during sex. And I think it’s an ideal strength during sex so that you can still benefit from the vibes without feeling overstimulated.

It’s especially quiet, and works fairly well with attachments and mounts. It’s a good value around $75 and outperforms other wands in this price range.

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Best Wand Vibrator Under $50 – Satisfyer Wand-er Woman

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Overall Score

7.1

What is it:

How generally good the wand is. It’s a weighted average of the wand’s performance in various areas.

Scoring Factors:

18%

14%

15%

13%

11%

13%

8%

Build Quality

4%

1%

3%

MAX VIBRATION POWER
7.5
POWER RANGE
7.6
RUMBLINESS
8.5
COMFORT & EASE OF USE
6.7
USE DURING SEX
6.3
NOISE
6.6
ATTACHMENT COMPATIBILITY
6.0
MOUNT COMPATIBILITY
4.5
BATTERY LIFE
9.3
BUILD QUALITY
7.0

I have several wands under $50 in my collection, and few of them are actually worth it. You often have to sacrifice more at this price level. Unfortunately, many of these cheap wands trade off the most important aspect – quality vibrations. 

  • 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.

But the Satisfyer Wand-er Woman has excellent vibrations – exceptionally rumbly, and moderately more powerful than any of my non-wand vibrators; though it doesn’t reach quite the extreme levels of expensive wands. No other wand in this price range packs this much kick.

The main trade-off you’ll make for the Satisfyer Wand-er Woman’s lower price is comfort. This full-sized wand is heavier than most and has a thicker handle. It takes more effort to maneuver, and I often need two hands. But if you want a wand with quality vibrations at this price point, many will find the comfort trade-off worthwhile.

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Other Wands to Consider


BMS PalmPower Extreme

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The BMS PalmPower Extreme is one of the best wand vibrators and a personal favorite. I wanted to include it because even though its listing price is over $100, you can get it under $100 at PeepShowToys with our discount code “PleasureBetter”

This wand has excellent rumbly vibrations with extremely powerful upper levels, and lovely gentler warmup levels. It’s exceptionally comfortable and has a unique, angled head which makes it very easy to use during sex and to apply firm pressure.

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Blush Noje W4

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The Blush Noje W4 is an alternative to the Satisfyer Wand-er Woman for under $50. This one is on the lower end of power, but its top strength is still a bit stronger than my non-wand vibrators. It’s even cheaper, and its small size makes it very easy to maneuver and fit in tight spaces.

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FemmeFunn Ultra Wand

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The FemmeFunn Ultra Wand is an alternative to the Magic Wand Mini around $75. It’s better for people who want a bit more power, and don’t mind a bit less rumbliness. Nor does it have the gentle warmup levels the Magic Wand Mini has. But if you already have gentler vibrators, you can warmup with another toy before switching to the FemmeFunn Ultra.

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Dame Com

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The Dame Com is a good wand under $100 for those who love extremely rumbly vibrations and prefer softer stimulation. Every setting is extremely rumbly, though it doesn’t reach the extreme power levels many wands do. It also has a unique curve in the handle, which can help apply firm pressure.

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Magic Wand Original

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The Magic Wand Original is a high-powered wand under $100. I do enjoy using it, but I don’t recommend it because the head is made of porous vinyl, which is not body safe. So if you do purchase this wand, you will need to purchase a silicone cap attachment to use with it. This makes it more expensive than the Magic Wand Plus, and the Plus is a superior wand vibrator.

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Our Performance Ratings


Max Vibration Power

What is it:

How strong the wand vibrator’s highest power level feels.

When does it matter:

If you prefer the extreme power some wands offer or want to make sure your wand at least reaches a certain strength.

Scoring Factors:

Subjectively Scored

Power Range

What is it:

How wide the range is between the highest and lowest power levels, and whether it has enough power levels that steps between levels aren’t too large.

When does it matter:

A broad power range is usually important because it enables more versatile stimulation. You can start on softer levels when your body isn’t ready for crazy strong power. But when you want more strength, you can turn it up high.

Scoring Factors:

100%

Adjusted Power Range Width

Rumbliness

What is it:

How “rumbly” (low frequency) or “buzzy” (high frequency) a wand vibrator feels at each of its power levels. And whether a wand can deliver strong vibrations while remaining reasonably rumbly. Higher scores indicate a “more rumbly” (lower-frequency) wand, since the majority of people prefer rumbliness. But ultimately vibration frequency is a personal preference.

When does it matter:

If you prefer vibrations in a specific area along the rumbly-to-buzzy spectrum.

Scoring Factors:

50%

50%

0%

Power vs Frequency Graphs

Comfort & Ease of Use

What is it:

How comfortable the wand is to hold and press against your body. As well as how easy it is to press the buttons, leverage the wand for good pressure, and maneuver it to apply the stimulation where and how you want it. This rating also includes how easy the wand is to clean. Ratings are based primarily on solo use – I cover use during partnered sex here.

When does it matter:

If you are easily distracted by subtle discomforts such as feeling the vibrations in your hands, slight wrist strain, or an awkward grip on the handle. It also matters if you want a wand that’s easy to use for a wide variety of stimulation or for long periods of time.

These wands have excellent performance in this category and others. We only include wands we recommend overall, excluding wands that perform well here but not in other areas.

Scoring Factors:

22.5%

22.5%

22.5%

22.5%

10%

Use During Sex

What is it:

How easy a wand vibrator is to maneuver and comfortably hold to your clit for quality stimulation during partnered sex.

When does it matter:

If you’ll frequently use your wand vibrator with a partner during penetrative sex.

Scoring Factors:

25%

25%

25%

25%

Noise

What is it:

How loud the wand vibrator is. We measure the decibels on low power & high power with a sound level meter. We also test whether we can hear each wand on the other side of a closed door.

When does it matter:

When you live with other people or are distracted by sound.

Scoring Factors:

33%

33%

33%

Attachment Compatibility

What is it:

Each wand vibrator’s compatibility with wand attachments. We consider how many attachments fit each wand vibrator and whether the ones that fit cover a broad variety of stimulation types (clit, G-spot, dual-stimulation, penis, prostate, etc.) Compatibility table here

When does it matter:

If you like to use your wand vibrator beyond its basic clitoral use.

Scoring Factors:

50%

50%

Mount Compatibility

What is it:

How compatible the wand is with Liberator’s mounts which hold your wand vibrator so you can play hands-free.

When does it matter:

If you want to use your wand vibrator for hands-free play solo or with a partner.

Scoring Factors:

50%

50%

Battery Life

What is it:

How long the wand vibrator lasted continuously running on its highest power before its battery died during our test.

When does it matter:

If you want to play for long periods of time between charges.

Scoring Factors:

100%

All Wand Vibrators Under $100 We’ve Tested

The wand vibrators I’ve highlighted in this guide are the ones I think are the best for under $100. 

I exclude wands that underperform compared to comparably priced options. But personal preferences differ. If you’d like to look more, below you’ll find all the wand vibrators under $100 that I’ve tested. The price is determined by the least expensive shop we currently have in our database without any of our discount codes applied. We update the prices in our database regularly, but the actual price may differ if the shop is running a sale or has increased price and our database hasn’t updated yet.