I love Nasty Pig. They have an awesome brand and their products are pretty damn awesome. If you do buy anything that are very size dependent like jeans, make SURE you try them on first. The sizing isn’t the most accurate.
The famous chastity device creators over at CB-2000 have released another model in their CB6000 line. This is the 2nd “designer” model, the first being the Wood Grain Finish I mentioned a week ago. This is the camouflage finish that is great for all the military lovers out there. They advertise that no two will look the same. This is likely because the material they apply on these will never match up. Which makes me also wonder if there are seams where the pattern meets.
I like the look of this one much better and could actually see myself putting this on a boy. I just wonder if they are going to come out with designer locks to go on these designer chastity devices because I’m not a fan of how they would look now. This is great for any Dom that wants to have some cum denial fun with his boy, especially during some military role playing.
The creators of the famous CB line of chastity devices has released a new Wood Grain Finish for their CB6000. The CB6000 is the latest in their line of chastity devices. The great thing about the CB line of products is you can use their numbered plastic locks if you have a sub that needs to go through metal detectors.
I tried contacting the creators of CB6000, but they didn’t respond. Just wait till my blog becomes huge, and they’ll regret it then. Just take caution of the wording “Wood Grain Finish”. That likely means that it uses some type of coating to achieve the “Wood Grain” look. The pros of this is that you don’t have to worry about splinters or easy breaking, but it does lose some of it’s designer appeal.
This seems to be a little bit over the top to me and probably targeted towards straight women locking up their men. Maybe it’s just me, but I would rather see one that looks like a dirty jockstrap or a tire. I want it rugged looking, not like my sub should be sitting up on a museum pedestal 24/7.
They have a link to it on their website, but I haven’t seen the product sold elsewhere yet.