Body safe cages

Discussion in 'Chastity device reviews and discussions' started by Vinsint, May 5, 2018.

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    Hi, i have a nickle allergy than can cause me to rash out. Has anyone heard of mature metal doing this or any other stainless steel cages?
     
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    As I understand 304 and 316L stainless steel are supposed to be OK. They do contain nickel but its not supposed to leach out. Not sure how true that is though. I know mature metal use these types of stainless steel but if I'm wrong then it would be an expensive way to find out! Titanium is another (expensive) option but I think that they are few and far between.
     
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    316L is used for body jewelry. Mark at MaleChastityNow makes the Contender entirely from 316L Stainless Steel. You can tell the difference immediately.

    Perhaps he could make you a cock ring to test how you react to highly polished 316L steel?
     
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