Easy on cock ring

Kindred Kindred
Easy on cock ring
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I was interested in trying a cinch type cock ring just like this, but see that is not available for purchase on EF. Is this no longer being produced? And if so, do you have anything similar? Thanks.
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joja joja
When a product is labeled "not available for purchase" instead of "out of stock," it usually means it's either a new product that's not up for sale yet, or it will no longer be carried by EF. Sorry, but I don't think there's a good way to find out, though you can try to ask an administrator by submitting a support ticket.

You could try finding it on another site, as well. One question: what is it that you like about this type of cock ring? If you just like the idea of something that's easy to take on and off, try something with a snap.
08/09/2010
Bill Ditchburn Bill Ditchburn
Kindred
The easy on is still being produced; it's just not a piece that EF have brought in. As yet. We live in hope... If you would like one, drop me a line at info@leatherbeaten.com , and we can figure it out. Shipping would be like the cost of a stamp.

Prax
That's good advice, though there is quite a difference between this and a basic snap cock ring. First off, the easy on is infinitely adjustable, so there's no limit, except the obvious physical limit, of how tight you can make it. Also the inside of the ring is smooth; there's no tail tucked underneath, so no place to catch (and slowly pluck) the pubes; finally, it's way, way easier to put on and take off than any snap cock ring, hence the name. Fastening a cock ring on, particularly at a tighter setting, and especially if someone else is putting it on for you, can be a bit traumatic. Girlfriend Gouging Finger Syndrome, I think it's called.

Anyway, hope that helps, and thanks for the interest,

Billy
08/09/2010
Kindred Kindred
Thanks both for the information.

My main interest in this type of cock ring is the adjustability. I'm new to cock rings and initially bought the Tantus Beginner cock ring based on reviews. However, I found it to be too loose, partially because I'm admittedly small, but also because I was looking for something tighter fitting. I followed measuring instructions recommended by others in reviews, but ultimately, it is too large for my liking.

I thought a strap type would be better not only for the adjustability, but also so I don't have to keep buying cock rings trying to figure out what size fits me best. Cock rings aren't too expensive, but I really don't want to spend $60-80 trying to find the right fit.

The leather cinch by California exotics is similar, but I read elsewhere that the fastening system is not ideal and difficult to get tight.
08/09/2010
B8trDude B8trDude
Kindred - I'm new to cock rings too and am looking for the same thing. Have you found anything you liked?
08/19/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
I want a cock ring for my husband that will be easier to place around both the penis and the testicles. I had purchased the LELO Tor for him, but he is leery of trying to stretch it over both the penis and the testicles. Wouldn't the fastenable kind be easier (or less intimidating) to fit around both? I think he is afraid that anything he stretches will snap and hurt the skin and possibly even rack him.
08/19/2010
Kindred Kindred
@ B8trDude - For me I think the issue is finding the right fit. The Tantus is a quality product, it just didn't fit me well. I have an Easy on coming soon, so I'll let you know how it goes. It got 5 stars from two very experienced reviewers, so I'm hopeful it works well for me. I will keep you posted.

@ Selective Sensualist - I think yes, a strap type would alleviate your husbands concerns of the ring snapping at him. I'm by no means a cock ring expert, but also consider that there are many different types. The Tantus ring I tried is made of silicone and while it stretches, it would not stretch enough to snap back like a rubber band. I think the ones that really stretch are the jelly type that typically have a vibrator combined with it. My understanding is that the jelly type does not provide much in terms of actual constriction.
08/19/2010
B8trDude B8trDude
Kindred - Thanks for the response, is this the Tantus cock ring you mentioned? If so, I was wondering how much it stretches - the video seems to indicate that it doesn't stretch much but the description seems to indicate that it does.
08/19/2010
Kindred Kindred
This is the one I got: link

It is flexible and can be stretched a little, but by no means would I describe it as stretchy. I just re-read the description and see what you mean. It says max stretched length is 6 1/2". I don't think there is any way I could stretch it that much without a lot of effort. I just tried and was able to stretch it about another 2 inches without too much effort. Any more effort and I think it would be difficult to put on while trying to stretch it that much.
08/20/2010
Bill Ditchburn Bill Ditchburn
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Originally posted by Selective Sensualist
I want a cock ring for my husband that will be easier to place around both the penis and the testicles. I had purchased the LELO Tor for him, but he is leery of trying to stretch it over both the penis and the testicles. Wouldn't the fastenable ... More
Hey there - I was just checking out the Tor, and I think since it's unstretched diameter is only one inch, it is actually designed to go around the shaft, not around the shaft and balls. The reason it stretches out to three inches is likely so a guy can put it on when erect.

Generally, rings that go round the entire picnic box, including the hard boiled eggs, are a bit larger than the Tor, typically 1 3/4" to 2" diameter. The technique with those is to pass the testicles through one at a time, and then push the shaft through after. Sounds a bit odd, and you can't do it once erect, but it works like a charm.
08/20/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
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Originally posted by Bill Ditchburn
Hey there - I was just checking out the Tor, and I think since it's unstretched diameter is only one inch, it is actually designed to go around the shaft, not around the shaft and balls. The reason it stretches out to three inches is likely so a ... More
Thanks for the info. At least my husband can rest assured that he was not being paranoid about his doubt that the Tor should fit around both his testicles and his shaft! I can't blame him for not wanting to risk injury, that's for sure . . .

Can you recommend a favorite ring for simultaneous shaft and testicle restriction? Also, isn't it difficult to obtain an erection after placing such a restriction around the testicles and shaft while relaxed? I always wondered about that . . .
08/20/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
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Originally posted by Kindred
@ B8trDude - For me I think the issue is finding the right fit. The Tantus is a quality product, it just didn't fit me well. I have an Easy on coming soon, so I'll let you know how it goes. It got 5 stars from two very experienced ... More
Thanks for the feedback. I'm putting this on my Wish List to show him to see what he thinks! Just wondering if you have a favorite ring you would recommend for dual restriction (shaft and testicles)?
08/20/2010
Kindred Kindred
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Originally posted by Selective Sensualist
Thanks for the feedback. I'm putting this on my Wish List to show him to see what he thinks! Just wondering if you have a favorite ring you would recommend for dual restriction (shaft and testicles)?
Regarding your question about is it difficult to obtain an erection after placing a cock ring on a non-erect penis, it is still easy to get an erection. Blood to the penis travels via arteries, which are deeper within the tissue of the penis. Blood flows away in the veins, which are more superficial. The ring is basically acting like a tourniquet and restricting the blood flow from leaving the penis.

I do not have a personal favorite at this time. I am still in search of one. I think the key for me is finding the proper size. If your husband knows what size he wants, I think the Tantus line is a quality product for a beginner.
08/20/2010
Kindred Kindred
I just posted my review for the Easy On Cock Ring and I have to say I think it's a great product. Hopefully EF will decide to offer it for sale.
09/26/2010
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