I didn’t actually get the Doxy Die Cast as a review unit. I bought it from my friend LSB (who blogs over on Little Switch Bitch – follow her, she’s great!) But, being the ultimate Doxy Fangirl, I thought you guys might be interested in knowing what I thought.
Holy shit, you guys.
For those who are new here and/or have been living on the moon, what is the Doxy Die Cast?
Doxy is a British company based in Cornwall, launched in 2013 to be England’s answer to the famed (not-actually-Hitachi-any-more) Magic Wand. It’s safe to say they met and exceeded that goal, as their products are now sold and renowned globally.
The Doxy Die Cast is functionally very similar to the Doxy Original, with two significant differences:
- The body is metal, specifically an aluminium/titanium alloy (as opposed to the ABS plastic of the Original.)
- The head cover is made of firmer silicone, giving the vibrations a slightly different feel.
Stats & things
The Doxy Die Cast is a large, hefty and heavy beast of a toy that means business. It is 37cm long with a head diameter of 6cm, and weighs 690g. This toy is operated via plugging in to the mains, and the cable is 3 metres (10 feet) long, so don’t worry if your bed isn’t next to an outlet!
Your Doxy Die Cast comes with a sturdy, zip-up case which is ideal for both transporting it and keeping it safe in storage.
The Doxy Die Cast’s head is rigid and made of black silicone, which is non-porous and totally body-safe. All Doxy products are non-waterproof. You can clean your wand with a damp (NOT wet) cloth and some gentle detergent, and sterilise it with a body-safe medical wipe. And don’t forget that, if you’re sharing it, you can stretch a condom over the wand head for STI protection.
The Doxy Die Cast is absurdly beautiful. I can’t stop looking at it and stroking it. It comes in four standard colourways: brushed natural aluminium (silver,) black, purple, and red. All of these variations retail for £149.99 ($224.99 US). There’s also a matte black version with a 24K gold collar which retails for £199.99, and you can even custom-order a version completely plated in 24K gold if you want to spend ten grand on a sex toy.
Mine is purple and it’s the most gorgeously bright, vibrant colour.
All Doxy wand massagers run on a simple three-button interface. There’s an on/off button, and increase/decrease buttons. It really couldn’t be simpler. There’s also a pulse mode, which you can access by holding down the on/off button.
The buttons are large and easy to press. Unlike the Original wand, the Doxy Die Cast has LED-lit buttons for easy use in the dark.
To Die (Cast) for?
I knew I was going to love this toy. I’ve been a Doxy fan for years, ever since Mr CK bought me my (much-loved and still going strong 5 years later) Doxy Original for my 25th birthday. There’s really no way the Die Cast wouldn’t live up to expectations.
Holy fucking shit, I love this thing. The power is INTENSE. The Doxy Die Cast motor is capable of 3000 to 9000 RPM and, thanks to the rigidity of the head, that power manifests as deep and penetrating rumbles. I used this on the second setting, through my clothing, and it still got me off in minutes.
Not just for clits! (And other pro tips.)
The Doxy massager range were all designed with clitoral stimulation in mind, and they do a damn fine job of it. But why stop there? If you have a penis, vibrations can also feel intensely pleasurable. Try holding the wand against the underside of your cock, or running it over your whole genital area.
Just a few other ways you might want to use your Doxy:
- Pair it with a wand attachment, such as a penis stroker or a rabbit attachment.
- Press it against the base of a dildo or butt plug for intense internal stimulation.
- If holding the Doxy for long periods of time is uncomfortable or difficult for you, consider using a wand mount to hold it in place. Another option is to stack a couple of pillows, put the wand on them, and lie on top of it. The pillows and your body weight will keep it in place.
Get creative! There are always numerous ways to use a sex toy.
So do I recommend it?
Oh my god, get one get one get one. You’ll thank me.
Now if you’ll excuse me, you’ll find me melted in a puddle of post-orgasmic bliss.
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3 thoughts on “[Toy Review] Doxy Die Cast”
I have been wondering about getting one of these for a while, but have a doxy original and a Hitachi so think i may just be being a sensation-slut. (Eep) how do you find it compares to these?
It’s way better than the Hitachi, the difference in power is seriously noticeable. The power level is about the same as the original Doxy (I think it’s the same motor) but because the silicone head is harder and less squishy, it feels different. To me, the vibrations feel rumblier and more penetrating.
That sounds ideal, on the comparison. I adore my Doxy, but feel it loses some of the depth at the top end. And the Hitachi is lovely, but… I don’t always want “lovely”
Thank you for this.