Nipple Earrings

If you're looking for nipple decoration, these beaded nipple clamps look nice from a distance and add a little something special to an outfit. Up close, the beading begins to look a bit cheap. These will fit many nipple sizes, but won't offer the most intense levels of pain. They are best suited for those just starting out or advanced users who want something for lighter play days.
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Pros:
Look pretty on, Nice length, Will fit smaller nipples
Cons:
Beading is cheap, Rubber tip can fall off, Won't provide intense pain levels
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

If you like pain or nipple play, nipple clamps are a must have. The Lavish Nipple Clamps are made by Spartacus and feature a beaded design that dangles at the end of the clamp. The beads don't add much weight, but do add a nice touch to finish a look. These clamps are tweeser style. This means you can adjust them to fit many size nipples and adjust them to your own personal pain tolerance level. Beginners can adjust these to a loose setting and more advanced users can clamp them to the tightest setting. While these probably aren't suited to the most advanced nipple play enthusiasts, beginners and intermediate users should find these enjoyable.

Spartacus actually lists these on their website as clit clamps, so these would be safe to use in that area as well. The tweezer end is padded and should be safe to use in most sensitive areas.

IMPORTANT NOTE

I'm a blind dingbat. This review should be for these nipple clamps. They look really similar and I was doing this without my glasses on. Sorry!!

Material / Texture

Eden lists the material of these clamps as metal. The manufacturer's website does not give any detailed information on what type of metal these are made from. The packaging does state that it is nickle free. My husband says it is just a regular metal, not stainless or anything like that. He says possibly a copper mix since it's a softer metal. I really don't know anything about that sort of thing, so I figured I'd put his best guess in here. The metal is not heavily weighted. It is finished in black. The black finish has started to chip off slightly after having these for a while, revealing the silver metal underneath it.

The beads are made of plastic, as best I can tell. They look similar to beads you would pick up in the craft isle. The plastic doesn't seem to be anything out of the ordinary.

Shape / Design / Size / Fit

The clamps are a total length of 4". The clamp portion is 2.75" inches with the rest being allocated to the beading. The clamp opens to .5" wide. The biggest bead is .25" wide. Here you can see the clamp in my hand for size reference:



These have a nice dangle to them when they are worn. They hang down a good bit and add a decorative flair to the body.

As mentioned, these are tweezer style clamps. The clamps should fit most nipples. I have incredibly tiny nipples and one that is inverted and I am able to fit these on. The .5" opening should fit larger nipples as well. I do have to close these tightly to get them to fit which means that those with smaller nipples won't have a lot of wiggle room left once they are shut tight enough to fit.

The clamps are protected with a rubber cover. This covers the pointy metal end of the clamps. The rubber is not glued down and can be removed if you wish. The cover is comfortable to wear for extended periods. It stops these from over-pinching and going from pain-pleasure to downright painful. Of course, if you want the metal points to be used, you're more then welcome to use them that way as well.



The beads are just beads and not weights. Those who are looking for additional stimulation from weighting will not find it with these. The manufacturer's website lists the weight at .25 lbs, but I'm thinking that includes the packaging because these feel very light.

The beads don't look terribly expensive. The quality isn't the highest and you shouldn't get these expecting something that looks like it came from a jewelry store. From a distance they look nice, but up close you can tell that they are basically craft store quality.

Functions / Performance / Controls

I always seem to have a hard time finding nipple clamps that work well for my nipples as they are small. The inverted nipple doesn't help either. These fit nicely once I was able to coax my inverted nipple up somewhat. I didn't have a lot of room to tighten these once they fit, but I was able to tighten them enough to get a good clamp.

Since my nipples are small, most nipple clamps won't withstand a lot of tugging on me. These didn't seem to do a lot better than other clamps in that regard. They could be tugged a small amount, but any rough tug on them would pull them off. Also due to the small size of my nipples, most clamps won't stay on me when I'm standing for very long. These would stay on perhaps 15 minutes or so before falling off. This is about average for most clamps I have tried.

The lack of weighting on these means they won't cause as much pain as a weighted pair will. They also won't clamp down as much as some other styles of clamps. You can get a good pinch with these, but it won't be an excruciating amount of pain. Depending on what you're looking for this could be a good or bad thing. These are more for decoration and light to medium amounts of nipple play than hardcore BDSM use.

The rubber protectors are not glued, which I mentioned earlier. This has posed a bit of an issue for me as one of them fell off. The little rubber tip is very tiny and is now forever lost who knows where. I can withstand a good amount of pain, so these aren't rendered totally useless for me. They aren't as great with the metal edge cutting into me as they were with the rubber tip.



These can be used to clamp other parts of the body. I did not try it that way as I purchased these specifically for nipple use.

Care and Maintenance

Metal in general can be boiled or bleached. The plastic component to the clamps means that boiling is not an option since the plastic may melt in the heat. You may be able to get these to boil for a very short amount of time, but it may not be long enough to fully disinfect them. A bleach solution is still an option for disinfecting. They can also be washed with simple soap and water.

These can be stored in a baggie or simply placed in a drawer. The original packaging can somewhat be used for storage if you take out the paper insert.

Packaging

The nipple clamps come in a plastic hanging package. The front says "black beaded nipple clamps" with a scantily clad woman on the front. The back has some information about the clamps and Spartacus. It's not discreet at all due to the photo and text. It's not the tackiest package I've ever seen, but it's not exactly classy either.



Personal comments

This is a good starter nipple clamp if you're looking to test the waters with nipple play. It's also a nice addition if you're looking for something decorative. If you're seeking something for more intense pain or very high quality, this isn't the best option. The price is a little high for the quality of the clamp.

Experience

I like the way these look on. They add a nice bit of decoration to a piece of black lingerie or simply a pair of black heels and stockings. They are long enough to have a nice dangle to them like an earring for your nipples.

In terms of quality, these miss the mark. The beading is pretty cheap and I probably could have made something for less than what I paid for these. The fact that the rubber tip came off and was gone forever in about a month was a big disappointment because these really aren't something I like to use with the metal poking into my nipple. I got these looking for pain, but not quite that kind of pain. The clampy kind of pain, not the poking kind of pain. Speaking of which, the pain level I get from these is moderate and not as intense as I would like. Don't get me wrong, these are good for most days. Some days you want something that gives more and for those days this doesn't do it for me.

These are just pretty enough on for me to rank them as average. The beading is cheap, but looks nice enough from a distance for most people not to notice unless they are scrutinizing them. If I could have actually found the rubber tip when it fell, I could have fixed the fact that it fell. So three stars is what these clamps get from me.
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