Any alternatives to standard ball capture devices?

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Offline transfemmeBrii

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Any alternatives to standard ball capture devices?
« on: February 26, 2021, 09:48:15 PM »
Hey everyone! New user here, been looking on here for a while but finally wanted to post so here I am :)

I've been on an absolute journey trying to find a chastity device that I can wear for long periods of time without discomfort, specifically while sleeping!
I have tried about 7-8 devices now, everything from:
A random one at a B&M sex shop
CherryKeeper(3 ring sizes, 4 different cage/tube sizes)
Holy Trainer(authenticate and a few knock offs from amazon to test sizing etc)
Some random ones bought from online stores
I've tried getting smaller and smaller rings, smallest so far has been 43mm and it fits but still ends up with the same problem. 42mm causes circulation to cut off 5-10 minutes after I get it on.

I'm 1000% a grower, so much so that I can push the entirety of my flacid self in to my body and make it basically vanish. And my sack usually hangs very very low.
Given that, any time I get aroused the cage has plenty of room to move away from my body and pull my skin which causes pain.
At any point, in any cage, I have the ability to simply "pull out" from the back.
I don't try to do this, but when I get aroused I get hard "behind" the ring inside my body which is extremely uncomfortable.
I've tried to use a string to tie around myself to keep the cage closer to my body, as people have suggested in other conversations I've seen on reddit etc. No matter how tight I make it, it still happens :(

With all that said, if anyone has any advice or suggestions please let me know!


Offline LittleWillyWontGoHome

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Re: Any alternatives to standard ball capture devices?
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2021, 10:34:12 PM »
There are some devices that leverage a Prince Albert piercing to anchor the device. 

Other than that, there are Tolleyboy-style full belts, but they should really be custom-fitted, and they're bulky and inconvenient and you'll clank like a knight in a suit of armor moving around.


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I have just the same problems
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2021, 04:54:49 PM »
I find devices with a strap around the waist and then a tube between the legs such as the one below are significantly better. The morning woody becomes a discomfort, rather than total agony. They seemed to have gone up considerably in price recently. I paid about £35 about six months ago.,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_