Discussion in 'Female led relationships' started by Intensity, Jun 16, 2019.
We have this one. We live on a farm, and it has a half mile range. So anywhere in the yard if I'm outside... it works.
Settings from 1-99 for both shock, and buzz, and it can beep as well for a noise function.
It's also waterproof... so it works in the shower.
We have a lot of fun with it!!
we never tried this, it does look interesting. In our toy box is an old TENS unit my wife got to treat a pulled muscle in the back after slipping on ice. The thing worked like a charm and between that and physical therapy she was back in her prime in a few months. The thing sat in the first aid box until we were cleaning out the closet for a renovation. She plugged it in and charged it up and it still worked. One time playing in the dungeon she hooks it to my cage and balls and slowly worked up the setting. From a nice tingle to a stop this thing, it was an additional tool for bdsm. We played with it on and off for a few years and its still down in the playroom somewhere.
I came across this shock device where you can adjust the height it activates at, to keep someone on their knees or they get a shock if they stand up.
That looks super interesting
In my near future.
Is there any difference between buying a collar made for humans vs dogs? From like a safety point of view? You would think the currents would be similar? Is it safer to have around your balls or around your neck? Asking for a friend....haha
I have one of those from AliExpress, with three individually controllable collars. The shock power adjustment is excellent, ranging from imperceptible to "AARGH! Sorry Mistress, I'll never do that again." in 99 steps.
We did get one for a small dog. But have yet to be instructed to wear it other then when we tried it for a couple trial shocks