Steel rings

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Steel rings
« on: June 14, 2020, 01:17:52 PM »
So I’m anxious about being able to get my balls through a ring but then not being able to get them back out especially if there is minor swelling - how do you face that problem ? I’ve always gone for plastic or silicon for that reason so that as a last resort I can cut my way out ... but the hygiene of metal appeals ... any advice welcome

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Re: Steel rings
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2020, 02:18:08 PM »
I was right there with you.   I started with a larger ring just to be sure.   After i figured it out i moved to a smaller ring.   

There are times that i have had to wait a bit for the balls to loosen a little in order to get the balls through to put it on.

I tried a hinged ring first to give me the since of security .  However those pinched.   So did the plastic one i tried.   

I will still with steel.

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« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2020, 03:15:27 PM »
Ha ha - I don’t fancy a trip to the fire station to get cut out ! I tried a hinged metal but it was too nippy -
I also had a problem with those internal locks and it wouldn’t turn and jammed , nerve wracking few minutes ! So prefer a conventional padlock . And for it to be secure it’s got to be snug ... yeah I think I’ll stick to something I can cut out of ,,, even if it takes all night !

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Re: Steel rings
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2020, 07:08:40 AM »
Been wearing different cages for possibly 10 years or so and never experienced an issue where the ring got stuck due to swelling. Plastic or steel.

My body tells me within a few hours if the ring is too small so I probably don't give it long enough for things to swell. I often get regular shooting back and leg pains if it's too tight.

If the ring isn't unnaturally tight then I don't think you need to worry about getting your tools out or getting the fire brigade involved.
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Re: Steel rings
« Reply #4 on: June 16, 2020, 09:18:26 PM »
the ring by itself won't stop the balls, it's the space between the two rings that should be small enough so that the balls don't slip through.

Never had the problems of balls getting stuck behind aring.  Even if they swell a bit, balls are still fairly "springy", nothing a bit of lube won't allow you to get out of.

That being said, there are lots of cages with hinged rings. For instance, the bon4 steel cage.

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Re: Steel rings
« Reply #5 on: June 17, 2020, 08:21:18 AM »
the ring by itself won't stop the balls, it's the space between the two rings that should be small enough so that the balls don't slip through.

Never had the problems of balls getting stuck behind aring.  Even if they swell a bit, balls are still fairly "springy", nothing a bit of lube won't allow you to get out of.

That being said, there are lots of cages with hinged rings. For instance, the bon4 steel cage.

cages with an articulated ring tend to pinch ... I do not recommend it for long term locks ...

Re: Steel rings
« Reply #6 on: June 17, 2020, 07:52:14 PM »
well, if the hinge is very smooth, you won't notice. Current bon4 steel are nice. You can also put some kind of rubber tube around it to avoid ANY pinching.  That's the kind of modification that's easy enough to do!

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Re: Steel rings
« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2020, 06:07:37 AM »
well, if the hinge is very smooth, you won't notice. Current bon4 steel are nice. You can also put some kind of rubber tube around it to avoid ANY pinching.  That's the kind of modification that's easy enough to do!

I have never encountered a hinge that does not take play over time (and therefore end up becoming hurtful). 
And the rubber tubes all end up deteriorating

Re: Steel rings
« Reply #8 on: July 29, 2020, 06:27:52 PM »
I wanted to update about the bon4m steel cage (and rings).

The design of the cage is very good for me: the steel ring is large enough that I don't feel any constriction, yet I would be hard put to pass my balls back out the ring !

It's due to the whole cage design: the penis tube is obviously smaller, but it does attach at the top of the hinged ring, which means that the horizontal space between the hinged ring and the tube is actually fairly small.

What gives my balls a gap to breathe is the difference in diameter between the rings, but since that gap is so small, I can't actually push my balls back through the gap without damaging them (well, at least I think so, I'm not enough of a masochist to do that).

If I compare the design to (say) the vice: I can manage with a much smaller gap with the bon4m, specifically because the tube is somewhat more horizontal, hence I can still fit everything well together.  Add to that the fact that the whole assembly is solid steel, there is a bit of "play" in the vice (which is still a very nice cage as far as plastic stuff goes).  I did try the "anti-pullout device", couldn't last more than a day or so, the size is such that this actually pinches my urethra, makes peeing awkward, and probably dangerous after a few more hours (removing the anti pullout device results in some urine getting out... well, you get the picture, this stuff is actively helping build up pressure in my bladder).

That said, I'm actually fairly large, and the bon4m plus is larger than the vice plus... so it works for me without any edema, which was a major problem with the vice after a few days.

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Re: Steel rings
« Reply #9 on: September 14, 2020, 10:47:45 PM »
Get a hinged ring. It can be a smaller diameter, so more secure, yet no safety issues as long as circulation is fine. When it's time to remove it, it opens right up.