Tuesday, February 24, 2009

New Device: So far not so good



My new birdlocked device arrived a few days ago. Despite many attempts I can't put it on!

I don't want to get into too much detail....
but I hang quite close to my body and simlpy cannot stretch my
scrotum far enough to get to the second photograph on this link

http://www.birdlocked.com/male_chastity_device/forum_chastity.asp

I've tried at several times of the day both before and after ejaculation. I'm not sure what to do about it as I've never come across anyone mentioning it.

Has anyone any experience of this problem?

15 comments:

  1. I am having exactly the same problem with my birdlock device. I am going to try ball stretching with a neoprene device. if you would like to follow my progress, my blog is:

    http://fantasiesofchastity.blogspot.com/

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  2. probably to short ball sack and of course penis

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  3. Hoping all is going well....

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  4. I am keen to correspond and exchange ideas.... Can I email you... ??

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  5. just discovered your blog and read everything, it is great, i feel like you are channeling my own world view

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  6. I would be happy to exchange ideas with anyone, feel free to email me at: mwmbound@gmail.com

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  7. feel free to email me on dzh444@gmail.com

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  8. I have just ordered one and as my first device (Sentinel) is a hinged ring type I like the ease of getting that type on and off. My thoughts are that I will cut the ring of the birdlocked at the bottom to allow the ring to be simply wrapped around behind the scrotum after the penis is inside the cage. To prevent the device being removed by working one of the ends of the ring out from under the clear strip I plan to punch a hole in the top of the ring so the securing stud goes right through the ring and both ends of the clear strip thus preventing the device and the strip being separated even if you try this. The potential pinch at the bottom of the ring could be fixed by any of the methods used for the hinged ring CB devices.

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  9. I've got mine from LocknKeep.com and got it delivered fast. The first attempt, it was difficult to put it on but now I found the way to wear it with no problem.

    It is much more comfortable than the CB6000 and have adopted the Birdlocked definitely now.

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  10. I had the same problem at first. What I did was flip the cage upside down, so the bar was on top and the cage was on the bottom, then I worked one ball in at a time to the ring. Be careful to not put too much lube on or it will be very difficult to pull through. Good luck!

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  11. My ball sac type also prevents insertion thu ring. After many trys, gave up. Therfore decided also to cut ring right thru at a location on the 'straight' rather than at the bottom....cut at angles to encourage better engagement of ring ends. Securing stud also inserted thru ring as per comment April 7th.
    But alas, still no go...my scrotum needs elongating stacks for it to work. I feel ring length (measured in line with penis) is excessive at the price of comfort...could be shortened lots. Plasic band slot in tube leading from end of cage perhaps could be duplicated so that 'cord' can be at a length to suit individual. Conclusion...great product for some...but not all. I think the product is unique and has great promise...the need for it to be EASLILY put on by key holder may require the unit to be redesigned in the ring area.
    I will now revert back to my own design using plumbing fittings from Bunnings (Aust.hadware store)and ultilizing my forskin piecing.

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  12. I have obtained a Birdlock device. I am very satisified with the quality of the product, and after some work was able to get it on to my bits without too much work.

    The main issue I have had with it is that it is not secure for me. I have had my package actually slip out of the cheap plastic ring which "secures" it.

    My answer was to take the ring part of a metal device I had, called "the Sentinel" (also from Tickleberry), and use that as the retaining ring. Since then is has been secure, comfortable and clean.

    Hope this helps

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  13. Enchanted Ranger, Could you post some pictures of the Sentinel/birdlocked hybrid you have? I am very must interested in something more secure than BL is offering, (I too have the slip out problem.

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  14. There are many systems that work great but there is not one that works for everyone. Sometimes it is trail and error but many times it is ones preference of construction materials.

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