Submitted by a trusted customer in Minnesota
RIGID (POLYCARBONATE & BIOSOURCED RESIN)
CB-6000, CB-6000s & CURVE
The CB-Series has been around for many years and they have produced an excellent product line. All of the packages come with five rings (38, 41, 44, 48 & 51mm) standard and two larger sizes are (54 & 57mm) available separately. Also include in the standard package are four spacers are included (4, 8, 12 & 16mm). New users will experience a break in period while they are getting used to the chastity cage and the packages allow for the cage to be adjusted to his new size.
The STANDARD cage will give most men the best fit for daily wear. However, there may be times when the standard cage is too noticeable or it might be too big to wear with a cup. The SHORT is available without ordering the whole package and it will easily handle ‘growers’ or jocks who wear a cup.
The CURVE is the longest cage but it also gives the best air circulation. It would be interesting to have a shorter version which retains the grooves for cooling.
After market options are available from several sources which make the CB-Series almost escape proof. They offer one of the best warranties in the business.
This is the latest design of chastity cage and it is difficult to obtain. The one piece ring is rigid but curved to conform to the pubic area which makes it easy to put on and wear. The ring on mine was rough but that has probably been fixed on later devices and it was easily remedied with steel wool. The tube and ring come in black and white and the tube can be ordered in clear. The HolyTrainer is comfortable while sleeping and during the most strenuous activities.
My main concern is that this is a new material. Also, the point where tube and ring attach might wear or break. The warranty does not cover materials or workmanship. If the manufacturer doesn’t have enough faith in their product to provide even a limited warranty, then the buyer should beware. The issue of warranty aside, this is the smallest, lightest, best fitting, most comfortable chastity device and it has become my favorite.
Silicone rings tend to be larger than the rigid rings and this can make them difficult to put on and the material can rub against the skin and cause irritation while being worn. Shaving the pubic hair and wearing a jock strap can make them much more comfortable.
The rings on these chastity devices are wide and flexible which can make them very difficult to put on. I resorted to slipping a thin sock over my scrotum and then pulling on the sock to guide my testicles through the ring without a lot of messy lubrication. In addition to the flexible ring cause me problems, the penis tube extends through and somewhat behind the ring. Until you get the hang of putting the DickCage on, you may be in for a great deal of frustration. On the other hand, once it is on, this is probably the most comfortable chastity device available over the counter. It smoothly follows the movement of your body which makes it a good choice for athletics, manual labor, sleeping and driving.
I tried two models from BirdLocked. These are one piece models with a strap to close and a rivet to lock them in place. The older models have triangular rings which run true to size 40, 45 and 50 millimeter. The newest offering, the “NEO”, is advertised as fitting a range of 46 to 53 millimeter which I thought was a little tight. The only other problem that I had was at night when my scrotum would sometimes get caught under the tube extension where it fits into a notch on the ring.
I ordered the CLASSIC in the “glow” color. My better half loves seeing it glow in the dark and I would recommend “glow” to anyone with a sense of humor. BirdLocked makes a good product with many color options and I might order a third model.
The package comes with four rings 40, 44, 48 and 52 millimeter. This allows for some customization without having to go through the hassle of ordering more parts. These are two piece models which have separate rings and tube along with a locking strap and rivet like the BirdLocked. Putting on the BON4 involves putting on the ring and then meshing the three prongs on the tube with the corresponding niches in the ring while you feed the locking strap through the slots and slip the ends over the rivet. In other words, putting on this device is awkward for one person to accomplish.
The standard model is quite comfortable with a pointed tube which aligns and centers the penis making it the easiest device to use with a urinal. However, the pointed shape makes an unusual looking bulge and it can be quite visible.