Beaded nipple clamps

Nipple clamps by PHS International

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Hoops For Your Nipples?

This pair of nipple jewelry is poorly made and not aesthetically pleasing. Though the idea for the hoop is cute, it's very cheap and could easily come apart, sending the beads flying all over the place.
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Pros:
Cute, clamp portion stays when adjusted.
Cons:
Not well-made, reminds me of cheap earrings, fragile
Rating by reviewer:
2
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Let me start off with this pair of jewelry's misleading name. With the name being Beaded Nipple Clamps, it implies that this is a pair of nipple clamps, rather than what they really are: nipple jewelry. There's quite a difference between the two (though most of the pairs of nipple jewelry on Edenfantasys are called clamps), so don't be fooled by the name and think that you're going to have to brace yourself before putting these on. They could hurt a bit if pulled off abruptly, but even then they give only a small sting; they're geared more towards fashion rather than pain.

The packaging that the Beaded Nipple Clamps is oval shaped, which I find to be abstract and original—a pretty cool packaging, though it really cannot be saved. PHS International always has that little paper square (note: on the picture of its packaging, it's the square that says "fresh") on the front of their products that I believe to be some form of an ad. It's very cute, and they always make sure that it matches the product. (I saved mine from the Hearts Leather Whip that I recently received because I enjoyed the design.)

This pair of nipple jewelry is a "cute" set that's horribly made. The hoop part reminds me of earrings that you might get from a cheap store. You know, the ones that end up irritating your ears and giving you an infection? These, on the other hand, are not cheap at all at $20 that they're certainly not worth. The metal that they're made of is really thin and easily bent—as well as extremely lightweight, almost as light as a feather—so I wouldn't be surprised if they were to come apart and send the beads flying all over the place.

One thing that I will say about PHS International's design for their nipple jewelry is that they've practically perfected the adjuster and metal design. Unlike most nipple jewelry, the adjustment of P.I.'s slides smoothly, comfortably, and is much easier to work with. The rubber tips, however, do come off easily. You can slide them off, and they reveal little clamps with two teeth—this might be a good thing for those who want to try it out, because they can switch back to the rubber tips if they don't like it.

Since the adjuster can fit many sizes, these will fit many people. On people with larger nipples, they may sting a bit because they'll have to be adjusted to fit and stay on. With nipple jewelry and clamps, size isn't a big part of what matters—shape is. So keep in mind your own body or whoever you're using them on, and make sure that you know what type of nipples you're working with. Flatter nipples will be harder to fit, and more protruding nipples will be easier.

I would not recommend this pair of nipple jewelry to anyone—new users, veteraned users—they're not worth the price whatsoever. Edenfantasys has many well-made and attractive pairs that would be much more worth your time and money. Instead, I recommend the Lavish Nipple Clamps and the Beaded Nipple Clamps by Spartacus Enterprise—they're much more sturdy and will not break. For where I'll put this pair by PHS International...these will probably end up in the way back of my special drawer.

If you do choose to buy these, make sure that you keep them in a safe place as you could possibly find them broken. If they ever get dirty, just wipe them down with a damp cloth and they're ready for another use. They cannot be sterilized
Follow-up commentary
I have noticed that after some time of staying in my drawer, the metal part of the jewelry had something strange to it. I'm not sure if it's because of the coating (whether these are painted or anodized, I don't know), they have acquired a strange film to them. Under where the adjuster was sitting, the clips got extremely rough as if they had melted away or something similar.

I'm not sure the reasoning behind this, but there's one more thing added to its list of cons. What a shame, they really are cute.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Sammi
    Sammi  
    It is cute, and I like tweezer clamps, but too bad it's not made better.
    Good review!
  • Mamastoys
    Mamastoys  
    too bad they don't work as well as they look.. good review..thanks!
  • Sir
    Sir  
    Thank you both, Sammi and Mamastoys!
  • Nickisonehere
    Nickisonehere  
    How much clamp experience do you have? I ask just because I wonder if you might be desensitized to the pain of clamps a bit? Maybe a beginner would enjoy these more?
  • Sir
    Sir  
    Nickisonehere- I don't wear clamps myself, actually. But yes, I'm more into pain than into making them look cute and pretty (though I personally enjoy the looks of the more "hardcore" clamps). A beginner could possibly enjoy these, as I said that the clamp portion itself was well-made. I had a great problem with the hoop, though, in its looks and make. And that's really the main part of this sort of item. It's not to give pain, it's to be jewelry.
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