Resin Device

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    Does anyone have experience with this device? I have a metal one I find quite comfortable. I am wondering how this one would compare. Thanks

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    If you have the metal version then maybe you are qualified to answer your own question?

    It’s a copy of an evolution wearables design, but I’ve not had this device. For the price it must be worth a go?
     
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    I don't have a metal version of this one. The design of the metal one I have is quite different.
     
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    Disclaimer: I don't have extensive experience with chastity devices. I've bought a few plastic Chinese knockoffs on eBay and have been experimenting with them. I haven't worn any of them more than a few hours due to the rings eventually starting to chafe and cause a burning sensation, even with lube. That said...

    I recently bought one of these and I'm actually wearing it as I type this. I bought the clear version with the standard size (77mm) cage. I don't have a PA piercing, so I can't test that part, although I appreciate that it comes with that option.

    The short answer is that it's a fun toy, but even in my limited experience, I don't think it would be suitable for full-time use. For one thing, it's not very concealable under clothing. The cage sticks straight out from the ring, rather than being at a more natural angle. You can tuck it down and it probably wouldn't be too noticeable under loose pants, except that the lock being on top creates a bulge. It's going to look like you're trying to conceal an erection.

    Another problem is that it takes at least 15-20 minutes to get it on. Why so long? Because literally every piece of the device is a pinch hazard. And no, that's not an exaggeration. If you think a CB-6000 is pinchy, stay far, far away from this device!

    The device consists of five parts: The base ring (comes in four sizes), the main portion of the cage, the bottom plate (smooth, or with a hook for a PA piercing) and a two-piece locking clamp that's secured with a locking cylinder.

    The cage fits into a slot on the ring. This is the first pinch point as unless you pull the penis down, your skin will get caught between the cage and the ring. Once you have the cage on, you have to hold it in place while you tuck the penis into the cage. Then you hook the bottom plate into a groove under the head, hinging it into place. Pinch point number two! If you don't hold the penis up and away from the pivot, the skin will get caught as it moves into place. You can't move it fully into place just yet because the two pieces of the clamp have to go in. You need to turn them 90 degrees, put the ends through the slot, then turn them back to the sides so that the ends won't come back out. Note that the clamp pieces don't lock into place, so you have to hold them or they will fall out of position. Once you have the clamp pieces in place and sticking up through the bottom plate, you can press the plate against the bottom of your penis, swing the clamp pieces up around the cage and yelp as the skin on the underside of your penis gets caught in pinch points three and four.

    The ends of the clamp pieces stick up in the cage, kind of like a raised bridge. As you move then into position, the "bridge" lowers, pinching the skin between the flanges on the pieces and the bottom plate, and also pinching the skin between the ends of the two pieces. After much swearing and poking to get the skin away from the moving parts, you bring the clamp pieces up and then swear some more as you discover pinch point six. Unless you're small, the skin on the sides of your penis will be bulging out the gap where the bottom plate and the cage almost meet. As you poke this skin in with a Q-tip and try to get the clamp pieces in place, the ends of them will pinch you again. As you're doing this, the cage will invariably come out of the slot on the ring, causing more pinching as you try to slide it back on. Then when it seems like everything is falling into place, you'll move the second clamp piece into place and feel something pinching, but you won't quite be able to figure out exactly what's doing it. Then the cage will slip off the ring again, the ends of the clamp will pinch the underside of the penis again and you'll probably start swearing.

    I've put it on several times now and it's always a struggle. The technique I used last time was to insert a Popsicle stick through the end of the cage under the penis. This has to be done carefully while squishing the penis up or it creates a whole new pinching problem. Then I used that to press my penis up and away from the ends of the clamp as I moved them into position. It was also real fun pulling the stick out once the device was locked. Luckily I used a craft stick, which is smooth and doesn't have any splinters. You probably can't use this method with the PA hook though.

    One other common problem is that often it seems like everything is lined up properly, but one side of the clamp won't close. The solution to this is to squeeze the bottom plate up more. There's a bump on each side that the clamp pieces have to fit over.

    Once all the skin is safety tucked in and you manage to lock the device, it's fairly comfortable. The skin does have a tendency to bulge out some of the gaps and this can become irritated if it rubs against your clothes. Also, like all the devices I've tried the ring tends to start chafing after a while, although lube helps.

    I did try the stocking method to mostly put the cage and clamp together and then slide it on my penis, but it was such a snug fit that I wasn't able to pull the stocking out.

    I also find that even though the end of my penis is right in the opening of the cage, when I pee, it tends to make two streams, ensuring that only one of them goes in the toilet. Consequently, I have to sit down to pee. I suppose that could be either a pro or a con depending on your preferences. :)

    Also, while it wouldn't be practical to wear it like this for extended periods of time, I found that it was sort of enjoyable to pull the head of my penis through the opening in the front of the cage. It constricts the shaft causing the head to mushroom and become quite sensitive. I had to sand some "sharp" mold lines around the opening or they tended to dig into the skin though.

    As for security, without the PA hook, it's possible to pull the penis out the back, like with most all devices. Although it was slightly harder since the cage basically clamps onto the penis. If I used the second smallest ring, it was tight enough that pulling out was quite difficult, but using that ring made putting it on even harder since everything was bunched up more, and also it caused my left testicle to ache. I have a varicocele, which means the cords going to my left nut are enlarged and also more sensitive than my right. If I didn't have this, I could probably wear the #2 ring, but as it is, I have to use #3.

    Finally, while I didn't try to break it, I noticed that the PA hook has some flex to it. I suppose that the cage is short enough that there would never really be much tension on it, but even still, if I had a piercing, I'm not sure how confident I'd be that it wouldn't snap. The base plate is thick enough at that point that you could drill a hole and screw an actual metal hook into it, if you had one.

    I'm not sorry I bought it since I only paid $22, and I've worn it longer than any of the others, but I don't think I could wear it 24/7 for any length of time.
     
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    @Open to it I own one of these. I use it with a pa. In my opinion for a £20 device off of AliExpress it is very good. It's secure and can be worn without much discomfort. I went for the shorter version and I would say it's much better than Any cbxxx device I ever owned.
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    Good luck
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    This was the first cage I bought. I really like the way it looks. JB is spot on with the difficulties getting it on. Once it’s on though it feels great. I wear loose clothing and you couldn’t tell I was wearing it so the visibility will be largely dependent on what you wear. I don’t wear it because it simply is too big of a cage for me (even the small version).
     
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