Adjustable spreader bar

Spreader by Kinklab

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Kinklab's Adjustable Spreader Bar is a sturdy and well-made piece of restraint gear to add to any BDSM toy collection. It's easy to use - you just need to provide the cuffs... and your imagination!
Adjustable, well-made.
Must provide your own cuffs/means of attachment.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Kinklab's Adjustable Spreader Bar is a simple piece of restraint gear meant to keep your playmate's arms or legs spread where you want them. Simply attach a pair of cuffs to the eye bolts at the ends of the bar and have some fun! (This product is only the bar - it does not come with cuffs or any means to attach those cuffs to the bar.) Any user, from beginner to advanced, can use this product - just make sure to also purchase cuffs/a means to attach them as well, because a spreader bar by itself isn't all that fun.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Everyone
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Play party
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly

Design / Craftsmanship / Material

The spreader bar is made of three metal tubes: one 15 1/4" long piece with 8 sets of holes drilled through it, and two 12" long pieces with an eye bolt on one end and an open end with a set of holes drilled through. The longest piece is slipped into the open ends of the shorter pieces of metal tubing. Line up a set of holes on the middle bar with the holes on each end of the outer tubes, then place the pins all the way through. Because the middle bar has 8 sets of holes drilled into it, you can adjust the length of the spreader bar from 23 3/4" (its shortest length) to 36 3/4" (longest length), or anywhere in between.

As mentioned above, the tubes are made of metal. They are quite sturdy and don't feel as if they will bend all that easily. The pins are also metal; there is a slight nub at the end which helps to prevent the pins from slipping out of or being pulled out of the holes easily.

Spreader bar
    • Firm
    • Well made / sturdy


Kinklab's Adjustable Spreader Bar performs perfectly for what it is meant to do, which is to keep ankles/thighs/wrists spread apart. The first thing you have to do, though, is to obtain cuffs and a means to attach those cuffs to the eye bolts on the ends of the bar. Double sided snap hooks (which look like the hooks on dog leashes, but with a hook on each end) work great and can be quickly and easily removed if need be. Carabiners, padlocks, and rope also work well.

After cuffs and attachments are obtained, place them on, attach to the spreader bar that has been adjusted to your desired length and, well, use your imagination.

Bar with cuff attached
    • Aids in positioning
    • Comfortable during use


There is no packaging for the Adjustable Spreader Bar. It arrives adjusted to its shortest length with only a simple cardboard tag attached to one of the eye bolts. The tag has a photo of the model on the product page, along with simple information about the bar (shortest to longest adjustable lengths, breaks down into three parts for easy travel).
    • Minimal

Care and Maintenance

There isn't much care involved for this product. If needed, wipe down with a damp or dry cloth and store in a drawer, closet, under the bed, or wherever you desire.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • DreamWolf
    Great review!
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    Good review...
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    thanks for the review!
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    Nice review!
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    Thanks for the review and photos!
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    Good review!
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