Cock rings. How do you know which size to start with

extrafun extrafun
I just got my first set of cock rings. 40 45 and 50 mm. Should I start with the bigger on and work my way down. Can you get them on when your hard. I am honest when I say Im a little larger than average but have a very slinder build if that helps with advise.
04/22/2011
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
First decide where you are going to wear it, around the shaft or both shaft and balls. Take a string and wrap it around the area you are going to wear it. Take a pen/sharpie and mark were the string overlaps. Measure the distance between the marks when laid flat, that will be your circumference. Start with one that is slightly smaller.

If it is stretchy enough you can put it on after you have an erection. If the material is firmer, you may need to put it on before. In the case of firmer and you plan on wearing around both the shaft and balls, use some lube and start with one ball, then the other and finally stuff your flaccid penis through. The first few times will be a bit hard but it will get easier the more you do it.

If you feel any pain or numbness take it of as soon as you can. Also do not wear it for longer than 30 minutes or so.
04/22/2011
extrafun extrafun
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
First decide where you are going to wear it, around the shaft or both shaft and balls. Take a string and wrap it around the area you are going to wear it. Take a pen/sharpie and mark were the string overlaps. Measure the distance between the marks ... More
ok thanks
04/22/2011
RonLee RonLee
I agree with what Dwtim said, something else to consider with the material is that silicone can "catch" and pull pubic hair. I personally like metal but you've got to get the size just right or it will be a disappointment in one way or another. Don't waste your money on the really stretchy ones, they won't constrict enough to do the job that you want.
04/22/2011
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