Most comfortable cage for long term wear

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cantcum
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Most comfortable cage for long term wear

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Not spiked. I'm looking for a custom cage, long term permanent use. What is the most comfortable cage in your opinion? So far I've heard mature metal Jailbird is the best, essentially.
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Re: Most comfortable cage for long term wear

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I have a Jail Bird, a Watchful Mistress (also by Mature Metal) a Curve by CB and an HT v3. I wear one of those cages most of the time. (I am only uncaged for golf, massages, doctor visits, metal detectors, etc). 90% of my caged time I wear the Jail Bird because it is so comfortable and easy to clean without removing it.

First of all, Mature Metal products are made of highly polished, high quality stainless steel which feels good against my skin.

Then there is the critical matter of fit. Most guys must be reasonably OK with the 1 3/8" inside cage diameter of most off-the-shelf devices, including the Holy Trainer. However, I need 1 1/2," so I only wear my HT short term for a change of pace.

The Curve actually is 1 1/2" in diameter, but the trade off is that it is freakishly long. I like to sleep in it after a Viagra / intercourse session. The device's length allows partial erections which are forced downward by the shape of the Curve. It's a very different sensation which is pretty cool once in a while.

Unlike the off-the-shelf products, Mature Metal products are custom made to fit perfectly so they are perfectly comfortable.
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Have worn: Curve & CB 6000s. Both broke, were repaired & then broke beyond repair.
Now mostly wearing my MM Jail Bird, alternating with my Cobra, MM Watchful Mistress, Holy Trainer v3, a second Curve & a Spiked chamber..
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I had no idea what I was missing in terms of comfortable and easy long term wear until I got my Mature Metal Jailbird. After multiple off the shelf cages of various designs and materials, I will never go back. I’m sure there are other custom cage options that might also be great, but I’m done shopping.
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Only on par with Jail Bird is MCN’s Contender. Lighter weight, personal preference between the two.
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These are really nice devices, but you do know that with these type of device the only thing keeping you chaste is you, you are able to slip out the back and back in again at your own will.
I really have the opinion that if you have been locked away from yourself by your KH it should be extremely difficult or near impossible to escape without the use of power tools ( be very careful) near your junk, I suppose you could ask a good friend to help cut you out, ?.
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steph17 wrote: Sat Mar 13, 2021 11:30 am These are really nice devices, but you do know that with these type of device the only thing keeping you chaste is you, you are able to slip out the back and back in again at your own will.
I really have the opinion that if you have been locked away from yourself by your KH it should be extremely difficult or near impossible to escape without the use of power tools ( be very careful) near your junk, I suppose you could ask a good friend to help cut you out, ?.
That’s generally true. In my case, I’ve gotten down to a small base ring that keeps it very snug. I could get out of the cage portion when completely soft and with patience and lube. Precisely when I wouldn’t be even slightly to do so. And there’s no getting out of the ring with the cage attached.
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Are you averse to getting a PA ?
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I think if you can get in the ring you will get out.
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I’ve been wearing an older BON4M with a hinged ring for two years. I keep latex tubing on the ring which a) makes it very comfortable and b ) stops any slippage or rotating. I honestly cannot slip out of it at all. I tried a Vice, but there’s no configuration in which I didn’t get edema… I’m a little wide
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I mentioned some time ago that I was getting a A-271-1 cage from DH Gate. I have used it of and on for some time but I have been having the following problems.

It eventually (not always) seems to come off throughout the day. One ball, then the next seem to slide out. I went and ordered the next smallest size but it is just too tight. I guess my balls are "high and tight." I also tried to bend the new "tube" in closer and that seems to help but again, it isn't as comfortable as I would like. I have also not been able to make it through the night. I can start out but towards the morning, it has to come off. However, I put it back on in the morning so it is almost like 24/7.

Anyway, I am open to any suggestions. I might also entertain another cage design. However, I like the look and the feel of metal. Just not sure what to do.

Thoughts?
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