Tantus C ring differences?

Sangsara Sangsara
Super soft c-ring
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I absolutely love the Tantus super soft C ring but can someone tell me the difference between this and the beginner and intermediate? cause it looks like its just maybe a stronger ring but the price more than doubles. any thoughts?
03/02/2013
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The Vixen The Vixen
I was comparing all these a few weeks ago.
The size gets smaller the higher level you go and I'm pretty sure the get less stretchy as well.
So beginner is bigger and stretchier and advanced is the smallest and more rigid.
I just got the Super Soft C Ring in the end.
03/02/2013
B8trDude B8trDude
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Originally posted by Sangsara
I absolutely love the Tantus super soft C ring but can someone tell me the difference between this and the beginner and intermediate? cause it looks like its just maybe a stronger ring but the price more than doubles. any thoughts?
The size.
03/03/2013
Jenna@Tantus Jenna@Tantus
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Originally posted by Sangsara
I absolutely love the Tantus super soft C ring but can someone tell me the difference between this and the beginner and intermediate? cause it looks like its just maybe a stronger ring but the price more than doubles. any thoughts?
The silicone used is the big difference. The Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced rings are made out of a more rigid silicone. They don't stretch at all. They should be put on before an erection, because they're intended to fit around the penis and testicles both. It becomes more difficult to do later in the game, so to speak.

In fact, we sized them as B/I/A because during testing users told us that there was a bit of a learning curve. In the beginning, having a little bit of extra room to maneuver everything into the ring was helpful. As users got more confident, they generally wanted a tighter fit. Hence the naming convention. (Beginner = 2" inner diameter, Intermediate = 1 7/8" ID, and Advanced = 1 3/4")

Your Supersoft ring, as you probably know, is so stretchy that you can put it on anytime with no problem. It's also a touch thinner & smaller. Still a great product (our top-seller, actually) but very different than the classic rigid rings.
03/04/2013
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