The question everyone interested in chastity asks at one time or another. What device is the right device?
You’ve most likely found yourself here one of a couple ways.
First, you’ve just learned about chastity or have been interested in awhile and you’re doing some research about buying your first device or a new device or you’re just curious and you came across my blog. Good Boy. I am always happy with submissive boys who do research themselves when they are first getting started so they approach me with informed questions.
Or you may be in a second group. You’ve asked me the question that I get asked daily. “Goddess, What Chastity Device Should I Buy?”. And when I say I get asked daily, I’m not exaggerating. I get this question at least once. Every. Single. Day. So if you’re here because you’ve asked me this question then be sure to read this post fully and then you may get in touch again.
So why did I send you here instead of just giving you the answer you desire? It’s very simple. Making the right decision about your cage takes more then just randomly naming a device I like. Consideration needs to be taken with regards to factors like lifestyle, health, lock up goals and your size. And to consider all those factors and come up with an informed decision takes my precious time. If you would like to ask me to give you my time and attention to make that decision for you then you must show me that you respect my time with a tribute. Or even better, by showing me you are serious about committing to locking up for me and sending the lock up fee.
Now with that being said here are some things to consider that will help you decide on the right cage if you are making this decision on your own.
What are your chastity goals:
Different cages are good for different purposes. If you’re a sissy and will just be locked during sessions or while you’re enjoying time as your sissy self then a cute pink plastic cage may be the right choice. But if your goal is to submit to long term chastity under strict rules then a stainless steel cage will be the best choice for many reasons. Think about your chastity goals as you continue reading.
Metal or plastic:
Plastic or silicone cages can be fun and cute for short lock ups but are not well suited for long term lock ups. While locked in this type of closed cage your penis does not have the air circulation as it would in an open metal cage and therefore you will need to remove the cage weekly for cleaning, otherwise you will have a unpleasant odors, and it can cause issues for health and hygiene.
Stainless Steel is the best choice if you are serious about long term chastity. There is nothing more secure then a well built and proper fitting steel cage. With an open stainless steel cage you will have no issues with keeping clean and having proper hygiene during your lock up. There are a huge variety of steel cage available so you should have no problem finding one that will fit you well.
Do you travel often? Even if you are locked long tern in a stainless steel chastity cage it can be a good idea to keep a plastic cage and some plastic locks on hand in case of last minute travel. It’s simple enough to quickly change over from your steel cage to your plastic cage to be able to go through airport security without too funny looks. If you have a proper fitting plastic cage then you can likely keep it on for the duration of your trip and make the change back when you return home.
There are enough cages on the market these days and you can buy them from a variety of online or brick and mortar shops that you will be able to find a cage at any budget. But keep in mind you often get what you pay for. Cheap cages are often lower quality and could be made of materials that aren’t suited to chastity cages. Do your research before deciding on a cage and keep in mind there are many cheap knock offs of higher end cages so make sure you’re getting the real thing.
Having the right fit will make all the difference in having a fun chastity experience. Cages that are too tight can cause restriction to blood flow that can cause long term damage and cages that are too loose will eventually slip off and ruin the experience for both you and your keyholder. The measurement of the ring is most important so be sure to measure properly. Your size can change as your body temperature changes and at different times of the day so take a few measurements to be sure you have it right. Or you may consider buying set of sizing rings to try them before investing in an expensive cage. You can find measurement instructions and sizing rings various places but Mature Metal is reputable source.
Integrated Lock or Padlock?
If a long distance keyholder will be holding your key then a cage that is locked with a padlock will make things much easier for your keyholder to send you a lock as most keyholders do not wish to give out their personal address. If you already have a cage with an integrated lock there are of course always ways to lock up the key securely such as a solid metal tool box that can be locked by your keyholders padlock. You can discuss these options with your keyholder.
If you are self locking or your partner is holding your key then either an integrated lock or a padlocked cage will work well and would just be a matter of personal preference. You can also find some cages like from Mature Metal that have the option of using an integrated lock or a padlock so that is a great way to go for the serious chastity enthusiast.
A few of favorite cages include….
The Vice, BON4, The Spider, and Mature Metal Custom Cages.
Have fun in your journey with chastity!