Cheap Chinese devices as sizing tools?

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Monty Cantsin
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Cheap Chinese devices as sizing tools?

Post by Monty Cantsin » Wed May 24, 2017 12:05 am

Reposting this as new, in hopes of getting more visibility.

In the past, I purchased both a CB6000 and a Holy Trainer 2, which really weren't functional for me at all. (My tadger tends to turtle easily.) I thought my next step might be to buy a few of these low cost devices on DHGate to see what a more accurate fit is like.

Has anyone purchased these Chinese chastity devices primarily for use as a sizing tool, in preparation for ordering a custom made device? If so, did you feel like that was ultimately a worthwhile strategy?
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Re: Cheap Chinese devices as sizing tools?

Post by TwistedMister » Wed May 24, 2017 3:54 am

I don't know about as a sizing tool, but I'm thinking about getting some to check out different features. Heck, some of them are less than lunch for two at Burger King.
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Re: Cheap Chinese devices as sizing tools?

Post by slave d » Wed May 24, 2017 4:20 am

We have a custom built device ........ it sits in a drawer and i have been in a cheap Chinese unit for over a year now !! Just make sure it's guarateed stainless steel and you'll be amazed at the quality !!!

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Re: Cheap Chinese devices as sizing tools?

Post by Bird in a Cage » Thu May 25, 2017 3:55 pm

I have (and am in) a MCN custom device. But I have bought more than half a dozen steel Chinese devices over the last year to both try out sizing (tube diameter and length) and to identify desired design features (curvature, rake, cap, base ring shape). In my opinion, it has been a good option for determining what I'm looking for. At an average price of $20 a device, it's hard to go wrong. I just hope my sock drawer is strong enough to take the weight of steel that's been accumulating in it.
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