Japanese bondage rope - suspension kit by Doc Johnson - review by Bad Bad Girl

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Tie me up! Tie me down!

I don't have a point of comparison, but I really enjoyed this product. It appears to be high quality rope that will last a long time. I am not sure how to wash it, as the packaging did not have instructions. I plan to spend a lot of time with the rope, being tied and hopefully doing some of my own tying.
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Pros:
It's very soft. No rope burns!!
Cons:
The ends are not finished off. I think over time they will fray a lot and need to be trimmed down.
Rating by reviewer:
5
somewhat useful review
I have never used bondage rope|Japanese bondage rope before. This is the first one I've ever tried. I've been curious for a long time and I really like the way it looks when it's done well. As a sub, I was not sure if learning rope tying is a wasted skill, but my curiosity got the best of me so I requested it.

I was expecting it to be rough and sratchy. When you think rope, you think "burn". At least I do. The first thing I noticed when I took it out of the packaging was how soft it is. You don't expect rope to be this soft but this made me feel like it wasn't going to leave any burns or chafing. I asked my husband if he would be interested in letting me tie him up. After some coercing, he let me practice a few ties on him. Later, he practiced the same ties on me.

The insert inside the packaging gave directions for ties, not for tying up the body. It's not easy to practice tying square knots with 32 foot rope!! I think for practicing simple ties, it would be more beneficial to have maybe two feet of rope, not THIRTY TWO feet. With some videos I found on YouTube, I was able to fashion a few fancy ties. It was a little long for simple ties like a chest harness, but it was perfect for the body harness. I sometimes felt like I was drowning in rope when I was trying to pull it through while making the ties, but it didn't tangle up much and when it did, it was very easy to undo. It's a really good price and is available in three colors. I'm not sure how often I will be able to use my new rope tying skills, but if needed, I'm ready!!
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  • Cock Wrangler
    Cock Wrangler  
    I have this same rope. I cut mine into multiple pieces--two 8' and one 16'. The ends can be wrapped in tape to prevent fraying. It's cotton, so can be put in a washing machine (and probably a dryer too, though I'd leave it out to air dry personally).
  • All In
    All In  
    You should wash the rope by putting it in an old pillow case, wash any colours (of rope) separately and on the gentle cycle. Use color-safe bleach or none at all and use your favourite laundry detergent

    You can put it in the dryer, just don't use heat. It only works if you have a setting called air fluff

  • her.royal.redness
    her.royal.redness  
    I have this rope in purple and have the same problem.. it's SO long. I'm just resisting cutting it down because I know the SECOND I do I'll want it long. Very high maintenance.. *Lol* I know. Thanks for the review!
  • ellejay
    ellejay  
    Thanks for the review!
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