Liberator Stage System?

chadude chadude
My wife and I have been looking for something new in the bedroom and we were thinking of some sex furniture. we have found the liberator products seem to be favored. We were wondering which one to go with and we noticed most people say the wedge ramp combo is the way to go. I haven't heard much about the black label stage system. I was wondering if anybody has it and if they could let me know what they think and how they would compare it to the black label wedge ramp combo.
12/08/2011
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Lucky21 Lucky21
Personally, we have mixed feelings about the ramp/wedge combo. Some times we've really liked it. Other times it's felt like it got in the way. I think that it all depends on how you are really going to use it. If you are looking to do bondage, I'd almost say I think the actual stage would be more fun then the ramp/wedge combo. I definitely think that we love the wedge more than the ramp, at least for positioning.
12/08/2011
chadude chadude
So I almost wonder if getting the stage combined with the wedge might be the option with the most fun.
12/08/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
I did a review of both for Liberator on Toy Time. Here's the Black Label informational

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Here's the wedge/ramp combo

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The Black label as Lucky 21 said is perfect if you are into playful restraint! It raises you up off any surface by 9 inches and has a flat surface with the added bolsters. It doesn't give you the lift through the hips that the wedge ramp combo does. There are many more position options with the wedge/ramp combo. However, you made a good point in buying the wedge to add to the stage. That would give you many more options and a lot more coverage! Good luck and have fun!!
12/08/2011
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