Liberator BonBon weight limit?

BadassFatass BadassFatass
Liberator BonBon
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Does anyone have any idea how much weight these hold? I'd love one but not if I'm just going to smoosh it.
04/15/2011
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Annemarie Annemarie
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Originally posted by BadassFatass
Does anyone have any idea how much weight these hold? I'd love one but not if I'm just going to smoosh it.
I believe most Liberator shapes have a weight limit of 300 pounds.

I can attest to this weight limit--a friend of mine (who is of the larger persuasion) sat on it and it smooshed some, but not much at all. Not like a pillow would smoosh. The foam is pretty dense. Also, it pops back into shape once the weight is lifted.

It all depends on the surface you use it and how you use it. I found that, most of my weight was on my knees, feet, torso, or arms, not on the BonBon itself. Also, if your legs are shorter, the BonBon probably isn't going to work very well, just as a heads up.
04/16/2011
Howells Howells
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Originally posted by Annemarie
I believe most Liberator shapes have a weight limit of 300 pounds.



I can attest to this weight limit--a friend of mine (who is of the larger persuasion) sat on it and it smooshed some, but not much at all. Not like a pillow would ... More
After long use, can you see a mild curve because of the weight that has been put on it use by use? Some bed mattresses develop this over time, like after a year it's visible. Just asking because that curve would essentially alter the design and lessen the height. Or the foam is that flexible it won't bend over time?
04/16/2011
BadassFatass BadassFatass
Quote:
Originally posted by Annemarie
I believe most Liberator shapes have a weight limit of 300 pounds.



I can attest to this weight limit--a friend of mine (who is of the larger persuasion) sat on it and it smooshed some, but not much at all. Not like a pillow would ... More
Hm, thank you. I'm still on the fence about it but I think I'm going to give it a try.
04/16/2011
Annemarie Annemarie
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Originally posted by Howells
After long use, can you see a mild curve because of the weight that has been put on it use by use? Some bed mattresses develop this over time, like after a year it's visible. Just asking because that curve would essentially alter the design and ... More
I'm not sure. Perhaps someone who has had a Liberator shape for a very long time can comment.

I don't imagine that it will sag, though.
04/16/2011
Kayla Kayla
As far as I know, the foam shapes have no weight limits. Some of them (the Jaz comes to mind) don't work nearly as well on heavy bodies. (As an FYI, I'm 340 pounds and use all of our shapes just fine). They just aren't nearly as supportive when more weight is put on. However, they still work (some better than others - go for thicker shapes if you're concerned, or I own a lot of pieces and can answer questions about them. The Wedge seems the most supportive for us. The Ramp too) The BonBon does, however, have some sort of internal structure to it that makes it hold up better for riding the dildo. I'm not 100% sure if that would have a weight limit, but I've used it fine.

And as long as you aren't laying on the shapes all-day, all-the-time, I don't see why your foam would get indents. A mattress is different as you lay in it for 8 hours a night, but with your Liberator shapes, you might use them maybe for an hour total on a good week?
04/16/2011
Howells Howells
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Originally posted by Kayla
As far as I know, the foam shapes have no weight limits. Some of them (the Jaz comes to mind) don't work nearly as well on heavy bodies. (As an FYI, I'm 340 pounds and use all of our shapes just fine). They just aren't nearly as ... More
Haha I was thinking of using it daytime as back support too. I spend more time in the bed I'm using the computer from there and that's why my mattress is stressed under my weight.
04/16/2011
Kayla Kayla
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Originally posted by Howells
Haha I was thinking of using it daytime as back support too. I spend more time in the bed I'm using the computer from there and that's why my mattress is stressed under my weight.
Yeah, most materials are meant to expand to breathe, so if there's weight on them a lot, they don't expand and can stay squished. I'd say that there's probably a risk of your Liberator foam getting slightly squished then, but the foam is pretty strong and firm, so it'd take awhile to do that.
04/17/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
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Originally posted by Annemarie
I believe most Liberator shapes have a weight limit of 300 pounds.



I can attest to this weight limit--a friend of mine (who is of the larger persuasion) sat on it and it smooshed some, but not much at all. Not like a pillow would ... More
That's interesting. I think most couples would reach that weight when combined.
04/17/2011
Howells Howells
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Originally posted by ~LaUr3n~
That's interesting. I think most couples would reach that weight when combined.
You don't sit on the top of it without any of your parts touching the bed/floor. Or do you It' about you grab on something when on the balance it shows you are lighter. If in a cowgirl you are just laying on it half you weight is still on the bed, and your partner is supported on her legs which is again might not be on the thing either. In doggy, the man pushes the ped with his legs and only the girl is on the thing. I think 300 pounds limit is pretty good. Maybe with the "stage" product yo are both on it at the same time?
04/17/2011
fallenangelkhris fallenangelkhris
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Originally posted by Howells
After long use, can you see a mild curve because of the weight that has been put on it use by use? Some bed mattresses develop this over time, like after a year it's visible. Just asking because that curve would essentially alter the design and ... More
I seriously doubt that it would curve - as another poster mentioned before, the majority of your weight is on your knees. Even then, this is firmer than even memory foam - the foam is VERY dense. Mine has had pretty frequent use and isn't showing any signs of breakdown in the foam.
04/18/2011
Emma (Girl With Fire) Emma (Girl With Fire)
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Originally posted by BadassFatass
Does anyone have any idea how much weight these hold? I'd love one but not if I'm just going to smoosh it.
I am a size 16/18 and it supports me just fine.
05/05/2011
Boobs and Lubes Boobs and Lubes
Quote:
Originally posted by Annemarie
I believe most Liberator shapes have a weight limit of 300 pounds.



I can attest to this weight limit--a friend of mine (who is of the larger persuasion) sat on it and it smooshed some, but not much at all. Not like a pillow would ... More
we both get on and its fine, our combined is 310lbs.
12/10/2011
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