Would you wear an electric collar? :D

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Would you wear an electric collar? :D

DreamWolf DreamWolf 04/05/2012

I know that they are for dogs, but human use would be amazing, I would definitely wear one! :D

Here is one btw...

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Ok, the mask is funny looking, am just not sure if the voltage has to be different for humans... :D ^^

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DreamWolf DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
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78  (67%)
11  (9%)
Total votes: 116
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I could use some help with my studing. besides I love the buzz
04/06/2012
sktb0007 sktb0007
I voted "I am not sure" .. I don't think I would. I'd have to learn more about it before making a decision like that. It really does sound scary lol
04/06/2012
humblepie humblepie
I'm pretty sure that humans aren't supposed to wear electric collars designed for dogs. If I remember correctly, we have a lot of important nerves in our necks, and a strong shock could damage your heart. I saw a guy hold an electric dog collar and walk across the invisible fence as a dare, and it did a LOT more damage to his hand than I would be comfortable having done to my neck.

If you wanted to wear one, I would suggest wearing it somewhere below your waist, like around your leg or something, to avoid messing with your heart or taking serious damage. I think some collars like that have a note on the packaging saying how many joules it emits, so you could use that and cross reference some medical stuff to see if it's safe for you.
04/06/2012
Jordan B Jordan B
This just really isn't my thing
04/06/2012
Ghost Ghost
Hell no.
04/06/2012
DiamondKoala DiamondKoala
I would probably not, just because things are usually not designed for people for a reason. Then again if you're careful with it I guess you could avoid most of the harm?
04/06/2012
xOhxSoxScandalousx xOhxSoxScandalousx
Nope. That seems really painful and scary.
04/06/2012
Undead Undead
No thanks.
04/06/2012
bayosgirl bayosgirl
No way. I disagree with their use on dogs and certainly not on myself.
04/06/2012
spineyogurt spineyogurt
Nooo wayy
04/06/2012
K101 K101
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
I voted other because I'm not so sure I feel so opposed to it that I'd say the GD word! I would not ever wear a shocking collar though. I'd feel like a dog, not a lady! Lol
04/06/2012
Sinfully Sinfully
I doubt that I would
04/06/2012
plaidvulva plaidvulva
Yes I would, but only under the condition that I know that the exact collar in question is safe for a human to wear.
04/06/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I would not wear it.
04/06/2012
Ciao. Ciao.
Eh, I'm pretty indifferent to electric play in general, so probably not.
04/06/2012
Allstars316 Allstars316
I would try it out. Since I'm a puppy. But I don't know if I would like it. I guess if I was bad and needed to be punshiment.
04/06/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
No, I wouldn't. Most electrostim play is supposed to be done below the waist to avoid shocking the heart. Humans have much different physiologies than dogs. A dog's neck muscles are not only stronger, and thicker, but their muscles protect their nerves, blood vessels and especially their vagus nerve better than our neck muscles do.

I would do some research onto the human neck, throat and vagus nerve, then learn about the heart muscle and electricity's effect on it that close, and then make sure that the amount of electrical current, (not necessarily just voltage, the amount of current is what matters to the heart, which runs on an internal electrical charge) is similar, and not larger than commonly used electrostim kits for human play.

Safe, sane and consensual, with the emphasis on SAFE in this situation.

Happy researching!
04/06/2012
underHim underHim
Not if it was my choice but I would wear one for Master if he wanted. We got shock therapy nipple clamps and a probe because they thought ammuses him to use them on me.
04/06/2012
Defiledpixxy Defiledpixxy
Yes. They're extremely safe for use on humans. Electrical shock collars have two prongs that run off of them. The electrical current only flows between the two prongs. It does not travel through the body in any other place than between those two prongs. It does not affect the heart as there is no current that runs anywhere near that section of the body.
04/06/2012
Ms. N Ms. N
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
No, I wouldn't. Most electrostim play is supposed to be done below the waist to avoid shocking the heart. Humans have much different physiologies than dogs. A dog's neck muscles are not only stronger, and thicker, but their muscles protect ...
This ^
04/06/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Defiledpixxy
Yes. They're extremely safe for use on humans. Electrical shock collars have two prongs that run off of them. The electrical current only flows between the two prongs. It does not travel through the body in any other place than between those two ...
In most cases, part of this is true. But, electricity doesn't always run in a straight line. It takes the path of least resistance (according to My Man, the Electrical Engineer) and it is possible for structures within the neck to interfere with the path of the current.

I have NO idea if it's safe or not, I'm just running on what I know about human physiology, being a nurse and what My Man knows about electricity, being an R&D Engineer.

I also don't know what the current and voltage is on these things. I just know I wouldn't put one on my dogs...

I think if someone wanted to use one, they should do their research, make sure they are completely healthy and rule out any issues with current, voltage and the electrical path that the current may take. This is one of those things where one needs to research, not just take it on faith that "if it's safe for a dog, it should be for me."
04/06/2012
MissCandyland MissCandyland
Heck no!
04/06/2012
Rossie Rossie
Definitely not. I will NEVER use one on my pooch neither!!!
04/06/2012
Azule Azule
No thank you.
04/06/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
Well, I clearly remember reading instructions from the iStim to not use it above the waist. Like P'Gell said, it's kinda dangerous. I like electro stimulation, but not enough to risk my life for it
04/06/2012
Curiouscat Curiouscat
Not sure. I'd be okay with it, but I don't think i'd find it to fun lol.
04/06/2012
BlooJay BlooJay
No.
04/06/2012
SexyRayne SexyRayne
NO a thousand times over
04/06/2012
curious kitten curious kitten
NO! I am not into any kind of collars.
04/06/2012
Master DarkWolf Master DarkWolf
Totally cool idea! I wouldn't mind to use it on you as long as you are safe in it. Though nothing like a crop or whip... ~grins
04/06/2012
Pixel Pixel
Hell no. I'd rather not risk the chance of oh, I don't know, *dying* for a scene. Also, I care too much about the bottoms I play with to do something like this to them. I've seen these do damage to someone's hand (like the poster above-a friend was dared, and did it) and having that amount of damage to the throat where there are so many arteries and nerves could be fatal.
04/07/2012
voenne voenne
Too risky! I'm faint of heart, literally. That scares me way too much, I don't even see how they are allowed to sell this! Reminds me of the detonating collars from Battle Royale...
04/07/2012
married with children married with children
not into that type of play, so no.
04/08/2012
TheParrishism TheParrishism
My friends have worn them on dares, but that is a whole nother situation.
04/09/2012
humblepie humblepie
Quote:
Originally posted by voenne
Too risky! I'm faint of heart, literally. That scares me way too much, I don't even see how they are allowed to sell this! Reminds me of the detonating collars from Battle Royale...
LOL I'd almost forgotten about those collars! Detonation is a bit different from electrocution, but I'll still never be able to look at dog collars the same way again!
04/09/2012
alayamae alayamae
maybe if it was turned down all the way.
04/09/2012
True Pleasures True Pleasures
I wouldn't. Not with my murmur.
04/09/2012
Lady Neshamah Lady Neshamah
they do make human shock collars. i have one for one of my human pets. there is even a remote controlled controller with it. it's way fun, but not for someone that isn't used to heavy electrical play.
04/10/2012
tammyandy69 tammyandy69
doing any electrical play above the heart is foolish and MUST be thought out very carefully...I mean the part about death caused by that type of play.
04/11/2012
tammyandy69 tammyandy69
Quote:
Originally posted by Lady Neshamah
they do make human shock collars. i have one for one of my human pets. there is even a remote controlled controller with it. it's way fun, but not for someone that isn't used to heavy electrical play.
what kind of collar is that?????
04/11/2012
Iron Man Iron Man
No, not unless I could find something that wouldn't have the potential of killing me or hurting me.
04/15/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
As far as I know from personal experience, they hurt, but aren't dangerous (if my dog was going to wear it, I wanted to make sure it wasn't too painful). However, I zapped myself on the hand, and unlike dogs, most humans don't have a layer of fur to protect their neck.
04/18/2012
bratofthekitties bratofthekitties
I would wear one, but not all the time, and only if I had some assurances of safety. I want it to hurt I just don't want to die in a BDSM related incident.
04/21/2012
SadoMas SadoMas
not into being shocked
05/04/2012
sunkissedJess sunkissedJess
Nope. Not my thing.
05/05/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
Nope, electric shock is not the sort of pain I enjoy.
07/11/2012
MissLoren MissLoren
no thanks
07/18/2012
Rey Rey
nope!
07/23/2012
SecretKinksters SecretKinksters
No thanks.
07/23/2012
TiffyPixie TiffyPixie
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
no urge at all!
07/23/2012
sumie sumie
I do not agree with their use in dogs nor in their use in humans.

Also if anyone has a heart condition such as arrythmias, history of blood clots, murmurs, blood pressure problems this type of collar is dangerous.
07/23/2012
xMila xMila
No way.
07/24/2012
brevado brevado
Not a chance!
09/21/2012
edeneve edeneve
hell no, I've seen what can be done to a helpless dog w/ these horendous things!!!
09/21/2012
jive.9 jive.9
It would depend on who had the remote!
02/08/2013
gwenevieve gwenevieve
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
don't think they should be used on dogs, but so long as they don't ACTUALLY hurt me i could totally get behind it.
02/08/2013
damnbul12 damnbul12
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
I am not sure, it looks scary
02/08/2013
Passion plum Passion plum
That's way to intense for me.
02/08/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
I vote a simple "no". I don't swear.
02/08/2013
Pandwhora Pandwhora
fuck no.
02/08/2013
FLIPxMODE FLIPxMODE
never
02/08/2013
ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
Nope, never!
02/08/2013
lainebug lainebug
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
no no no
02/08/2013
higs higs
Its a little too intimidating haha. No BDSM videos even use them, and I can see why!
02/10/2013
A Good Girl A Good Girl
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
Too intense for me, not in a million years
02/10/2013
spiced spiced
I've seen some videos where slaves/subs were wearing modified collars around their balls. THAT looked like some good, painful fun! I'd do it! Unfortunately, my wife doesn't like the idea at all.

I wouldn't wear such a collar around my neck, though.
02/11/2013
nosrslylol nosrslylol
I definitely would. >D
02/12/2013
happywaffle34 happywaffle34
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
Just forget the mask, it was just an example...

I also wonder if casual electric training collars could be used by humans... ^^
shock therapy is fun but i would not choose a product for that which doesnt state thats what it is for
02/12/2013
Total posts: 69
Unique posters: 66