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TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Who owns a suspension frame and what type(s) do you own?


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TheToyGuy
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TheToyGuy
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Mr. E , edeneve
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Lioncub , lala22
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KnS
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Total votes: 7 (6 voters)
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09/26/2015
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Mr. E Mr. E
I briefly considered purchasing a frame for our sex swing and bondage play, but quickly decided against it. The frames were just too bulky and looked like they'd be inconvenient to set-up and store away. Instead, I opted for a heavy duty cargo hook securely mounted to the ceiling. It has been the perfect solution for our needs.


09/27/2015
edeneve edeneve
They look like they take up a lot of space. If I had a play-room, I'd love to have one for a sex swing.
09/27/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Quote:
Originally posted by Mr. E
I briefly considered purchasing a frame for our sex swing and bondage play, but quickly decided against it. The frames were just too bulky and looked like they'd be inconvenient to set-up and store away. Instead, I opted for a heavy duty ...
Have you got a cement ceiling or did you bolt into a roof truss?

My (B)-Frame sometimes doubles as my washing hanger but the tripod (D)-Frame comes apart in sections and stores very easy (or at least I find it does).

I once owned an (A)-Frame and it was very bulky plus all the chains and attachments I had on it made it impracticable to set-down after use so it lived in the back room till I sold it only a year after buying it.
09/28/2015
Mr. E Mr. E
Quote:
Originally posted by TheToyGuy
Have you got a cement ceiling or did you bolt into a roof truss?

My (B)-Frame sometimes doubles as my washing hanger but the tripod (D)-Frame comes apart in sections and stores very easy (or at least I find it does).

I once owned an ...
The cargo hook shown is screwed into wooden joist using two heavy lag screws. I'm not sure the picture really shows how heavy the cargo hook is. It would probably look out of place in most rooms, but it works quite well for us.
09/28/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Quote:
Originally posted by Mr. E
The cargo hook shown is screwed into wooden joist using two heavy lag screws. I'm not sure the picture really shows how heavy the cargo hook is. It would probably look out of place in most rooms, but it works quite well for us.
Oh ok. I have seen quite worse in some peoples play areas.
09/28/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
I'm considering buying a new frame one that will go on my stairs.
10/05/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Quote:
Originally posted by TheToyGuy
I'm considering buying a new frame one that will go on my stairs.
I found the frame I want but it will cost a fortune because it is made from medical grade stainless steel so it can be used inside a bathroom etc.
11/08/2015
Lioncub Lioncub
Don't have the room to store one, and even if we did, I don't think it would get used much.
11/08/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Quote:
Originally posted by Lioncub
Don't have the room to store one, and even if we did, I don't think it would get used much.
Oh I'm sure you could find a use.
11/09/2015
Total posts: 10
Unique posters: 4