Pink flower clamp

Nipple clamps by PHS International

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A Pinch To Blossom

The Tweezer Clamps Flower are a cute design for beginner friendly nipple clamps. They are made of a sturdy material, but have porous tips. The pressure these apply aren't likely to impress most pain lovers. These clamps aren't going to fit all nipple sizes and they look ridiculous on. However, they could be great for the right user.
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Pros:
Cute design, beginner friendly, affordable price, and sturdy material.
Cons:
Porous tips, look ridiculous, don't apply pressure, and won't fit all nipples.
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

The Tweezer clamp flower are tweezer style nipple clamps that have beaded decor with a flower charm. Nipple clamps are used to restrict blood flow from the erect area. By restricting the blood flow with pressure and then removing them; the area then will become more sensitive. They are often used in BDSM activities for nipple or clit torture.

There are a few different styles of clamps for each level of user. The Tweezer clamps are the most beginner friendly. There are also Clothespin style clamps for intermediate users. And there are also Clover style clamps for those who are more advanced. Your pain tolerance and your nipple sensitivity will determine with style of clamps you should use.

Material / Texture

The clamps are made out of a few different materials. The tweezers themselves are made out of metal, but the tips are a rubber material and the beads are plastic.

Since the tweezers are made of metal, they will hold up over long term use. They can withstand some abuse because metal isn't that easy to damage. The firm material will also help in applying a firm grip. The jewelry is held onto these tweezers with metal as well, but this is designed like key chains are, so that part might not hold up to the abuse the rest of the clamp will. Metal is a hypoallergenic material that is latex and phthalates free. It's non porous and great for temperature play. The only way you can use they for temperature play is if you remove the rubber tips.

The rubber tips are some kind of rubber like material. I can't say what for sure because the package doesn't note the material. I checked their website and there was no information there either, so your guess is as good as mine. The material does feel rubbery. It stretches to come off of the metal tweezers and goes back down to size to fit the tweezers after. No matter what type of rubber material they are; these clamps are porous, so sharing shouldn't be done unless you remove the rubber tips. However, you can purchase these clamps at a reasonable price, so picking up a few pairs isn't that much of a hassle.

Shape / Design / Size / Fit




These clamps measure 4.25" long from the top of the tweezer to the bottom of the adjacent jewelry. These tweezer clamps are longer than the Clover Clamps I have( pictured above.) These clamps are shaped just like any other pair of tweezers except for the bottom having a O ring with two pink beads and one 5 petaled flower attached. There are black rubber tips of help make the clamps rest more comfortably on the user. Around the two prongs of the tweezers is a single O ring. This is used to adjust the pressure of the clamps and the diameter they open. They are open 0.5" in diameter from the start, but as you move the O ring up; this part closes.



These clamps are going to be best for someone with nipples of 0.75" and under in diameter. They are open 0.5" in diameter and I say 0.75" will work; this is because you can bend them out slightly and squeeze your nipple in there. These will comfortably fit all users with 0.75" in diameter nipples and under, but too small won't work well either, because the tweezers won't be able to hold on.

Care and Maintenance

These clamps aren't necessarily going to need cleaning because they are used on the nipples. They only reason they will need cleaning is if you get some fluids on them. In that case take off the rubber tips and wipe down the metal clamps with 10% bleach and 90% water solution and allow them to dry. Put the tips in a cup of warm water and antibacterial soap and allow them to soak. Take them out and set them somewhere they won't get lost easy for drying. Once the rubber tips are completely dry; put the clamps back together and store them away.

They might get lost easily in a large storage box, so putting them in your jewelry box isn't a bad idea. They will blend right in. If someone saw them; they would likely think they were some kind of cheap clip on jewelry.

If you are going to use lube with these; I would stick to a water based lube only. Just because we don't know what that rubber material is.

Packaging



These clamps come in a basic clam shell packaging. There really isn't any useful information on them. This isn't the most effective for storage or gifting. Be sure to wrap it for gifting to make it more presentable.

Experience



I pulled out my Big Bust Babe for another nipple demonstration because she has 0.75" in diameter bite-able nipples. As you can see on her, these clamps don't fit just right. This is mostly because she isn't made of flesh, but what I wanted you to see is how long the clamps are.

These clamps are awkward to use because of the length of them. They really hang down. So, if you already have saggy breast; they will look a bit silly. The pressure that is applied is very minimal. I can hardly feel them at all except for the feeling of something dangling off my nipples. If I tighten them up more; they don't seem to apply anymore pressure. Plus that metal O ring on the metal tweezers is a bitch to move up! If I don't get the clamps on just right...I can literally shake them right off my nipples. My nipples are 0.75" in diameter. I have to squeeze them in there and adjust the O ring to make them stay on. This takes a lot of time and patience on my part.

Overall, I'm not happy with these clamps for myself, but I'm going to give them three stars because they are beginner friendly. So, someone who doesn't like a lot of pressure might really enjoy these clamps, but I don't think they are the clamp style for myself. I like the Clover clamps the best so far. However, I have a moderate to high pain tolerance, especially with nipple clamps.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • edeneve
    edeneve  
    review great - clamps not
  • unfulfilled
    unfulfilled  
    Excellent review, thanks for sharing Beck. I think I like tweezer style better than the clover style so I may look into something like this next time I decide to get some.
  • bratofthekitties
    bratofthekitties  
    thanks for the review!
  • epiphanyjayne
    epiphanyjayne  
    nice review
  • pleasurehunter
    pleasurehunter  
    thanks a lot
  • spineyogurt
    spineyogurt  
    Thank you for the review.
  • DreamWolf
    DreamWolf  
    Great review!
  • Master DarkWolf
    Master DarkWolf  
    Good review...
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