Bend over bondage bar - spreader by EdenFantasys - review by sigian

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Spread your wings.

This is definitely worth your time and money if you are wanting to get into BDSM or even if you are already into the play as it is very sturdy and will hold up many a night to struggling, squirming and undulating bodies.
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Pros:
Very sturdy.
Soft neoprene lining.
Easy to use.
Cons:
Maybe a bit more length, or make a version that can spread a bit wider.
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review

Use

This is a take on the traditional spreader bar that you see in a lot of BDSM scenes, stores, and online. It is a little smoother, comfortable, and compact than the traditional spreader bar, and it does not extend any further than the 16 inches it is comprised of. This is, however, a very sturdy piece that I would definitely recommend to anyone new or the one looking to try some BDSM play. It is comprised of two ankle cuffs and two wrist cuffs that are very comfortable and secured in place with velcro.
  • 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
    • Couples
    • Heavy restraint
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Bedroom / on a bed
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly

Design / Craftsmanship / Material / Size / Fit

A very well designed spreader for the beginners out there, the cuffs are made of nylon and neoprene with velcro straps for securing someone into place. It will withstand quite a bit of pressure and does not budge or break when struggling. The wrist and ankle cuffs are pretty much a "one size fits most" type comfortably enough. This set will withstand a lot of abuse and will probably last the average user quite a few years.
    • Fits comfortably
    • Well made / sturdy
    • Will fit most people

Performance

The spreader worked very well for my wife and me, within a few seconds she had me strapped in and unable to escape from her devious plans. There are a few positions these can be used for, standing and bent at the waist with both ankles and wrists restrained. You can also have one get on their hands and knees, arms between their legs and fasten the spreader on for minimal movement, and finally, you can attach these to ankles and wrists while one is on their back to allow some easy unadulterated access to everything below the waist. Either way, you use them, or come up with new ways to use them, they performed very well and stood up to a lot of resistance with no signs of wear or tear, and all while being very comfortable with the soft neoprene cuffs.
    • Comfortable during use
    • Easy to put on / use
    • Holds up to use well

Care and Maintenance

This spreader is fairly easy to care for; this can be simply wiped down with a wet cloth after use if needed and then let air dry if damp. Just make sure to not thoroughly soak or leave out in the sunlight, or the neoprene could break down, and the nylon can dry rot if not careful and done too many times. I have not had a chance to try these in a dryer on low heat; the nylon should stand up, just not sure if the neoprene will degrade at all, you will feel it becoming stiffer if it does start to break down from heat.
    • Easy to clean

Personal comments

My wife and I really enjoyed this one! She takes great pleasure when she knows that I am fully secure and cannot escape at all, her evil grin gives that away. No amount of struggling seemed to loosen the cuffs or tear any of the nylon at all; this will be one of our go to toys for awhile to come now. We still have to try a few more positions soon, but all in all, it's a great product, and we both really enjoyed it.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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