What is the best strap on for the cheapest price on EF?

kmarsico kmarsico
I am wondering everyones opinion on the best bargain strap-on. The bigger, the better too!
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ScottA ScottA
Something from Aslan, SpareParts or Sportsheets. They aren't cheap, but then they aren't cheap - they're good harnesses that will work and last for a while.

Aslan guarantees that they'll make a harness that fits you even if they need to custom make it - and it will still be at the list price. If you need a larger harness that's a good place to start.
11/07/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I can't help you - I avoid cheap toys. They are cheap for a reason. They will either fail quickly or are made of dangerous materials.
11/08/2012
Mikemanz Mikemanz
not cheap, but joque is great. you get what you pay for...
11/08/2012
Roz W Roz W
Did you mean a dildo, or a harness? Because the cheapest 100% silicone dildo is the Slim by Doc Johnson.
11/11/2012
spiced spiced
Hmmm... I'm going to assume you want a kit with harness and dildo.

Here are a couple of options. For $25 (on sale now), this would be a good "intro to strapons": Lover's super strap harness and silicone thruster. The dildo is made of TPR silicone and the harness is a man-made material. It's 6.5" X 5" which is bigger than the average penis. It can also accept other dildos if you like.

For a few bucks more, this one also looks pretty good: Love Rider strap-on Both the harness and the dildo are made of pure silicone, which is a very durable and user-friendly (easy to clean, etc) material. The dildo is 6" X 5". And it vibrates!

Let us know if we're on the right track and if not, tell us what you're looking for!
11/17/2012
ScottA ScottA
Don't limit yourself to kits. You don't save much and you're stuck with combinations that someone else put together. Find a good dildo you like and a good harness and make your own "kit".
11/17/2012
spiced spiced
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Originally posted by ScottA
Don't limit yourself to kits. You don't save much and you're stuck with combinations that someone else put together. Find a good dildo you like and a good harness and make your own "kit".
I have to say...I think I know where kmarsico is coming from. She wants a low-cost strapon set to see if she and her partner like strapon sex. From personal experience, I think a kit would be a good way to go.

I totally agree that, for someone who knows they like strapon sex, it makes perfect sense to shell out more money and get better gear.

But for someone who's just exploring it for the first time and doesn't want to spend too much, it's possible to get a serviceable harness/dildo combo for $25 or $30. These kits look pretty decent.

When my wife and I first tried pegging, I searched for dildos and harnesses...but I didn't really know what I wanted, or what my wife would want...and I couldn't put together a combination of harness/dildo that looked decent for less than $50. I bought a combo kit for about $25 (on sale; it was this one) and it was pretty good. We still have the harness and use it sometimes. The dildo was pretty good too, but it's too small for us now.

After we tried it, we knew we liked strapon sex and that it would be a good idea to invest in some better gear. In addition to the Rachel's harness, my wife also has the Spareparts Joque and a purple leather harness (bought in a shop in the UK). We usually keep each one "loaded" with one of our many dildos. But starting with an inexpensive kit was the right move for us.
11/18/2012
ScottA ScottA
I don't recommend a cheap kit because the harness can be so important, especially if the woman isn't completely sold on the idea yet. A cheap harness may fit badly and be uncomfortable, and that isn't the way to get her interested.

You don't need a $100 Jaguar, but I wouldn't go much under the $40 Sportsheets. If you're unsure as a couple get the dildo first and try some handheld games.
11/19/2012
spiced spiced
You make a good point, ScottA. An uncomfortable harness would be bad. I would suggest to anyone shopping for pegging gear to read the reviews. That's one of my favorite things about shopping at EF. If a harness is uncomfortable, Eden reviewers will be sure to mention it. ]The Lover's Super Strap Harness Kit] has great reviews overall and specifically about comfort. IMO, it would make an excellent, low-cost intro to pegging.

But I definitely agree with your point about comfort.
11/21/2012
ScottA ScottA
I'd avoid both of those for only one reason: the dildos are not pure silicone. The anus/rectum is both delicate and has beasties living there, so a known bodysafe, easy to clean and sanitizable dildo is much better. Silicone also gives you the option of moving to vaginal use without having to bother with condoms and is a lifetime investment.

Sportsheets makes some nice, not too expensive harnesses in nylon.
11/23/2012
spiced spiced
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Originally posted by ScottA
I'd avoid both of those for only one reason: the dildos are not pure silicone. The anus/rectum is both delicate and has beasties living there, so a known bodysafe, easy to clean and sanitizable dildo is much better. Silicone also gives you the ... More
That's true Scott. Silicone is a much better material than TPR.

I think you and I have a different philosophy when it comes to trying new things. I usually spend as little as possible at first and then go for the lifetime investment stuff only after I know I like the activity.

For someone who knows they like strap-on play, I would recommend buying a quality silicone (or other non-porous material) dildo and a high-quality harness like the Jaguar or SpareParts Joque. But again, for someone just trying it for the first time, I personally don't recommend spending a lot for something that can't be returned or re-sold and which may just end up collecting dust.

My approach has worked well for my wife and me--but, as they used to say "your mileage may vary"!
11/23/2012
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