Individually machined from solid Delrin a.k.a. gun plastic. No molding, pressforming ect... which means no seams to split. Material is shapeable with sandpaper. Non reactive and has been fda approved for food processing equipment that comes in direct contact with food.
Pins are a flexible 1/8" buna material. Pins are customizeable, can be shortened or left out altogether in any combination. Some find it works best to shorten them so that only about 1/8" of the pin is protruding from the center hole.
When cage is installed it blocks removal of the pins. The padlock pin also passes through the top of the device, preventing it's removal.
The advantages of this style security insert is that more constriction is possible as the pins are pushed in after the member, effectivly shrinking the diameter after it's installed.
Also more constriction can be tolerated without urine flow constriction or edema. (Think of water flowing through a grate.)
The outward angle of the pins causes them to close in as you try to pull out, similar to a chinese finger trap.
Lastly it is very customizeable by the end user by simply shortening or leaving out any pin in any of the eight positions.
different versions for the cb3000 and for the cb6000. Both have a 1.05" through hole (appx 1-1/16th)
Note: This product is not made nor warranted by AL Enterprises.
Great, but wish it came in more sizes.If this fits you, then it'll do its job beautifully for you. I spent a couple days in it, but ultimately decided to remove it (which was very difficult) because I concluded it was just barely too small to not risk permanent damage. My cock was oddly indented for a few more days while it recovered, but everything was fine. So anyway, if this came in a few sizes for a few extra dollars, that'd be great. Or better yet, if there was a way to have the ring itself be flexible so that it could easily grow or shrink with whatever it was wrapped around, then it would be perfect. Maybe the ring could be made of the same flexible material as the prongs? Maybe it could even all just be connected as one piece, made from a single mold? I can't remember if the prong material would be flexible enough or not, but you get the idea. For right now, the device is still probably the best for anti-pullout.... if and only if it fits you properly when you're hard.