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Review: Bon Leather Parachute Ball Stretcher for UberKinky

 

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Posted April 27, 2013 by

This is my first proper ball stretcher.  Ball stretcher, you ask?  Is that not a bit hardcore? Well, yes. But this isn’t just used for “stretching”. It contains no weights, and exerts no pressure until you want it to.  So read on before you pass judgement on something like this.

But it’s still a ball stretcher though, right?  Well, yes and no.  It’s a leather device that *can* be used for ball stretching, but it can also be used for other purposes.  You *could* attach weights to it, like a normal stretcher.  Or you could use it to tie yourself (or a partner) to something else.  Or you could attach a lead to it, the same way you might attach a lead to a collar.  Basically the three metal rings can be used for whatever you so choose.  And your balls can remain unstretched if you so wish.  Mine certainly did…

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So it’s a leather piece of bondage gear that attaches to the scrotum via a pair of leather straps and has three metal “D” rings to use as you so choose?  Yes.  But that’s a bit long, so instead of creating a whole new category on here, I’m just going to class it as a ball stretcher.  Do forgive me.

So, now we’ve established what it actually is.  Is it any good?  Yes. It’s very well made and is comfortable to wear.  To qualify that last statement, I’ve only worn it without weights.  The only things that have been attached to it are cuffs so if you want to know what it feels like with a 10 kg weight attached I am very sorry, but you’ll probably need to read another review.  (If anyone knows of another review where the user does actually attach serious weights then let me know and I shall link to it.)

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As you can see from the photographs, it’s very well made.  The leather is well stitched, reasonably soft and does not have sharp edges.  The D rings are attached securely by metal studs and the straps are fastened by easy to use buckles.  All in all, it’s a good, comfortable design.  If you want to use it for stretching, you will need to attach weights or something that exerts force onto it.  It won’t pull down or separate the testicles from the body on it’s own.  So if you’re looking for a stretcher that you can change, this could be the type you’re looking for.

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As you can see from the photos above and below, it looks pretty good!  If I’m honest, it’s not the sort of device I’d spend much time using but it was great fun trying out and, as you know, I’m always keen to try new toys & devices, so if you’re looking for a parachute style ball stretcher with multiple attachments then I can see no reason why you shouldn’t consider this one.

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Thanks Vikki for sending this to me!  You can pick one up from UberKinky.co.uk for the reasonable price of £19.99 by clicking here or on the link below.  Have fun!

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5 Comments


  1.  

    Rules of thumb when it comes to CBT involving testicles, as learned from my dear friend Twisted Monk (who teaches a delightful class on the subject I might add):
    1. Distract the penis. You can do amazing things to balls if the penis is distracted.
    2. Pull down, never twist. PULL DOWN, NEVER TWIST.
    3. Vasectomied men can handle more pressure than intact men.

    Seriously though- pulling down on the scrotum is a common thing and can do a lot. It increases sensation along the penis due to tightening the skin all the way along, but it also pulls the testicles away from the body thus keeping them cooler and aiding in delay of climax and ejaculation for many.

    You needn’t hang heavy weights off such things either- even household items like a keychain will do to add gentle pressure and weight. Yes, some people use bowling balls- but most lean towards weights. I think the most common I’ve seen is 4oz weights, though sometimes folk will do more than one at a time. Worth giving a shot- it can feel quite lovely!




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      Andy

      Thanks for this comment. I should have put some more information in the review about precautions.

      Even thinking about twisting makes my eyes water!




  2.  

    Rule # 2 is kinda an ongoing in-joke ’round these parts. I’ll take any excuse to recite it. =P




  3.  

    Good review , shame you weren’t brave enough to give the weights a go, would be interesting to read that review for sure!





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