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As a person who loves canes, the Bamboo Cane is no slouch. In fact, it is a hell of a lot of fun. The handle is comfortable to hold, and the cane itself is great for bottoms who enjoy the stinging feeling of a cane. Be careful to not break the cane, though, as bamboo can be dangerous when split.
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Pros:
Stingy, painful, good construction, fun for cane lovers.
Cons:
Bamboo can be dangerous when it splits.
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review
Canes are wonderfully stingy, exquisitely painful, and just plain horrible. They leave stripes and marks immediately upon impact, even with the lightest of taps. They're simple to wield and use, and they're extremely lightweight so they are easy on the hands. The Bamboo Cane is a cane of an average length that is completely inflexible and firm. Unlike similar canes made of rattan or acrylic, bamboo is an unyielding material that will not bend when it makes impact, which can be both a good and bad thing. Bottoms who love canes often love to hate bamboo canes.

Along the length of the cane are occasional bumps/nodules that are unique to the grain of bamboo. These bumps offer an interesting sensation in use and a different striping pattern than a regular, smooth cane. The texture of the cane is very smooth and almost glossy; it is not rough on the skin whatsoever.

Though I love the bamboo's rigidity, I personally prefer rattan or delrin canes as they are more flexible. But because this one has no flex to it at all (or very minimal flex), it offers a direct impact when used. There are no mistakes to be made with this cane unless you hit an unsafe area repeatedly. For the most part, it's a no hassle implement. However, bamboo does have a caveat: when it breaks (if it breaks), it can splinter. The fibers in bamboo make it so that the material becomes incredibly unsafe if it breaks. That being said, breaking this cane is not an easy task unless purposefully trying.

The cane itself has a diameter of about 3/8" and its total length, from tip to the end of the handle, is 39 1/2". The handle itself is 6", which should be comfortable for most hands to hold. This is a standard size for a cane. It is very easy to wield and fits in my cane case alongside my other canes. Traveling with it is no problem whatsoever as it is very light, except when traveling on a plane (I opted to not take any canes in that form of travel because they are simply too long to fit in most luggage safely).

On the end of the cane is a rubber cap (1 1/2" in length) that is adhered to the bamboo cane. It does not interfere with the sensation of being hit with the cane at all, but it can be felt if you were to run your hands down the cane's length. The handle area is wrapped with leather that is riveted and adhered to the bamboo. It is incredibly comfortable and soft to hold; it hasn't hurt or put strain on my hands at all in my uses of the cane.

Before making impact, the cane makes a delightful swish sound as it cuts through the air. On wider swings, the sound is far louder and far more menacing. It is better to use a cane with a flick of the wrist rather than throwing one's entire arm into the motion; it will tire the person using it out far more quickly. I am incredibly fond of this cane, and it has stayed in my cane collection for a long time now. I do not use it as often as I use my rattan canes, but I do take it out from time to time.

To clean a bamboo cane, simply wipe it down with a damp cloth or some alcohol (if you get any fluids on it). I personally store my canes laying down so as to not warp the shape. This may be unreasonable for some people's living situation, so I suggest laying it down in a case on a shelf or laying it down under the bed in a case to keep it clean but also keep it in proper form. Canes, in general, are incredibly low maintenance, so your cane should last a long time with minimal care.
Experience
I've had this cane now for perhaps a year or two now, I don't remember my purchase date exactly. It is still alive and well, and still hurting my girl's bottom whenever I decide to take it out. Though her tush seems to be immune to stripes lasting longer than a few hours, this one still manages to leave welts for at least a little while.

Keep in mind that canes, like many implements, can make a great amount of noise. Not only because of the impact, but because of the inevitable noises from the person it is used on.

Sadly, it is another of the better products Edenfantasys used to carry but does not any longer.
This content is the opinion of the submitting contributor and is not endorsed by EdenFantasys.com
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My Bamboo cane tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Bdsm
    • Heavy play
    • Light play
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Play party
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Back
    • Breasts
    • Buttocks
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Comments
  • Rossie
    Rossie  
    Glad to see you back and thank you for the free lesson on canes.
  • Sir
    Sir  
    You're welcome! Thank you for the comment!
  • Edeneve
    Edeneve  
    excellent review & a good example of a EU review.
  • Edeneve
    Edeneve  
    ooohhh, my bad - 'an' not 'a'.
  • Oriental husband and wife
    Oriental husband and wife  
    Quite a review on the Bamboo Cane. I would think one has to be pretty experienced to use it skillfully. Otherwise it would be corporal punishment. They can leave marks easily.
  • Oriental husband and wife
    Oriental husband and wife  
    After thinking about it I would like to change my vote to extremely useful. The review is very useful and informative the review is. This review is very well written.
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