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Re: Cherry Keeper - Review

Posted: Tue Apr 28, 2020 7:26 pm
by locked4her55
nosaint wrote:
Tue Apr 28, 2020 3:32 pm
like an nice ice bath prior to measuring. or as @Tessasissy suggests add some numbing cream.
:shock:

Me thinks numbing cream first. :lol:

Re: Cherry Keeper - Review

Posted: Mon May 04, 2020 6:53 pm
by nosaint
Any one thinking of ordering a Cherry Keeper, this is a good time to reduce delivery time. I ordered my first Cherry Keeper on April 6 with an expected ship date of Early May. It shipped April 16 or 17. I just ordered a new cage on April 26 with an expected ship date of May 26. It shipped today. So either their business is down, or paying for quicker manufacturing time is a scam. I'll assume their business is down. But if you want one, a one week from order to ship is pretty good.

Re: Cherry Keeper - Review

Posted: Mon May 18, 2020 9:58 am
by whistlersix
So I"m looking at getting a cherry keeper. I currently have an A271 w/ the 45MM base ring. I think I'm going to go with the Cherry Keeper Total Touch Stop - Standard. The dimensions seem similar between the standard cherry keeper and the A271. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.

One thing I'm not sure of is the base ring. I love the ergonomic base ring of the A271 and i don't know if I should go with the single or double ring. The A271 ring seems beefy to me and I can't tell if the single or double ring matches up to that. Any one have a preference or thoughts on the single vs double ring?

Re: Cherry Keeper - Review

Posted: Mon May 18, 2020 10:13 am
by nosaint
I use a double oval ring, almost ergonomic, I decided on the double ring because my testicles are low. I measure the width at just over .5 inches.

Re: Cherry Keeper - Review

Posted: Tue May 19, 2020 1:31 pm
by whistlersix
I'm assuming the double ring adds to the overall length? I'm still undecided on single or double ring and now confused on whether to get the standard or the small cherry keeper total touch stop. I measured my A271 with a fabric tape and from the back of the ring to the tip of the cage it is approximately 77mm (where the ring touches my body, over the top and down the curve of the cage). On the Shapeways site, it says the Standard's length is 74mm and I'm assuming that's without the base ring. The small cherry keeper is 64mm. Ugh...

Re: Cherry Keeper - Review

Posted: Tue May 19, 2020 2:59 pm
by nosaint
You can buy a cheap caliper at home depot to help with measuring $10 to $15. The double ring does add about 6mm to the overall length as I recall. If the dimensions of the small cage fit the glans of your penis, it will fit. I'd also get at least a medium headlock. I started with a small, medium headlock total touch stop. I decided I had just a bit too much room in it so I downsized to a short, large headlock, total touch stop. I like it.

Re: Cherry Keeper - Review

Posted: Thu May 21, 2020 1:09 pm
by CagedbyGoddess E
I like the idea behind Cherry Keeper but am curious on sizing and how to properly gauge fit for both the head keeper and no touch. My measurements are as follows -
Ring - 2 & 1/8" or 54mm
Inside Diameter - 1 & 3/8" or 35mm
Length - 2" to 2 & 1/4" or 51mm

How do you account for all that in your measuring? Also having never worked with 3D printed materials what are your guys impressions as to which material someone should use if long term lockup is the use case?

Re: Cherry Keeper - Review

Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 9:51 am
by wishful4
I agree with the comments. The Shapeways site is not very good at giving a thorough description of the products. It's difficult to tell exactly which ring you are getting and whether it is ergonomically shaped or not. Same with device measurements. The main reason I haven't ordered yet is that I can't be 100 percent sure I'm ordering the correct ring. I think I will be hard pressed to find a more comfortable device than my A271, but my spouse wants a device for use when a metal device would be inappropriate. We usually cruise a lot, but now, that's a no-go, and I think that's mainly what she wanted it for. So, I don't feel rushed to order it and can take the time to make sure and get it right.