Fiberglass cane question!

MissMori MissMori
Zandrock's thread on caning reminded me of this. Tip of the hat!

Sir has a straight fiberglass cane, but the other day we were in a shop and saw one that was similar, but swirled. Like the actual length of it was twisted in a spiral. I asked Him if that made it more or less stingy, and He said He'd never used one with that design. The person working wasn't sure either.
Has anyone on here used one, and can you tell me how they compare?
Because if no one knows, I have a feeling I'm going to have to go do some further research!
11/12/2012
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Kilot Kilot
Quote:
Originally posted by MissMori
Zandrock's thread on caning reminded me of this. Tip of the hat!

Sir has a straight fiberglass cane, but the other day we were in a shop and saw one that was similar, but swirled. Like the actual length of it was twisted in a spiral. I ... More
Depending on how pronounced the swirl pattern is it could increase the sensation and make it more "bitey" not necessarily stingy. If the swirl is like a spiral ridge around the cane (like a raised barbershop pole design) then it would feel the same as a normal cane but has the possibility for different marks. If its like a square that has been stretched and rotated around itself then it could sting a bit more but again it would give a different marking pattern. Since in that style you have a pointed edge there is the possibility that edge will dig in more giving the biting sensation its not guaranteed. Also these "spiral" rods typically are thicker than their non-spiral equivalent which leads to a more thuddy sensation. The other fun thing about a spiral toy like that is if it is big enough it can be used for insertion and now THAT would be an entirely different experience!

Good luck and have fun with your (hopeful) new toys!

Kilot
11/12/2012
MissMori MissMori
Thanks! This one was really thin, and more like the "stretched and rotated square" design you mention. So, not big enough for any fun insertion, but still worth checking out! My Christmas list is growing!
11/13/2012
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