Looking for good starter restraints

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Looking for good starter restraints

Missy27 Missy27
What's a good restraint to get for beginners? Would like to get ankle and wrist restraints. Thought about getting an under the bed type but don't know that be first item to get. What are your thought?
02/19/2013
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Zandrock Zandrock
Personally my first ones were some nice leather ones. They were a bit more expensive, but still work great. Aslan makes nice ones.
02/19/2013
BloodHound BloodHound
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Originally posted by Missy27
What's a good restraint to get for beginners? Would like to get ankle and wrist restraints. Thought about getting an under the bed type but don't know that be first item to get. What are your thought?
I second Zandrock. Investing in an good pair of leather cuffs now is a smart move. They will last you well past being a beginner. Aslan is a great brand. So is Sinvention and Strict leather.
02/19/2013
married with children married with children
sportsheets are a good start. they are not too expensive, and you can try them out and see if that type of play will work for you before you spend the big bucks on the leather cuffs.
02/19/2013
Mitzuki Mitzuki
If you have never tried using restraints before, Sportsheets is a wonderful brand to start with for you to get the feel of things. To start off with expensive ones right from the get go, while it's nice, sometimes you find you aren't into restraints like you thought you'd be. Then you'll have spent more money for something you don't like!
02/22/2013
Missy27 Missy27
Thanks. It sounds like Sportsheets is a good place to start.
02/22/2013
karenm karenm
I agree about Sportsheets. They are pretty comfortable, durable and easy to use.

I have the under-the-bed set (my first and only set), and I think it is worth it even if you are a beginner because you can disconnect the cuffs from the bed straps and connect them to just each other like regular cuffs.
02/24/2013
bibeatrice bibeatrice
Get leather restraints, they are worth the investment. You can always use rope from a hardware store for attaching them to the bed.
02/26/2013
gsfanatic gsfanatic
Agree on Sportsheets, since they're cheap and non-intimidating. After you try them out and find how you like to use them, invest in a decent pair of leather/vegan cuffs
02/26/2013
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