Fresh tweezer nipple clamps by PHS International - review by Jul!a

So Close, Yet So Far!

Overall, these clamps aren't a bad buy for the money. They'll deliver quite a bit more bite than they look like they would, and so long as your nipples are large enough for them to stay on, then the only real downside to these clamps is the flaking paint.
Nice colors, Built sturdily, Control over pressure
Paint flakes off of tweezers, Not for small nipples
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
What you're getting here is a really pretty set of nipple clamps in the very convenient tweezer style. It's called tweezer style because it resembles a pair of tweezers, both in form as well as function. Sure, you're not using these particular tweezers to remove splinters or anything like that, but still functions in the same manner.

The packaging they came in was actually kind of cute. Very fresh and modern looking, with lots of bright colors and nothing more risqué than the words "nipple clamps." It also doesn't give you any kind of use or cleaning instructions aside from "pinch and squeeze for as long as you please," but everything's fairly self explanatory. If you do need to clean these for whatever reason, warm water and soap will do the trick, just roll them around in your hands for a bit under the water and make sure they're completely dry before storing to try and prevent any rusting. You can keep them almost anywhere, but in a small bag would be a good idea to keep the paint from chipping.

From end to end, these babies are about 18" long. Each clamp takes up about 3" or so on each side, leaving a foot of chain in the middle. The chain and the clamps, aside from the tips, are all made of metal. There's nothing anywhere that says what kind, so if you've got nickel allergies, I'd suggest investing in a pair of something you know won't bother you. The tips each have a piece of something over them, I'm not entirely sure what, but they look very similar to the ends of my bull nose clamps, with a nice shiny finish.

These come in a couple different colors; blue, or pink. I've got the blue set here, and it's a really nice metallic blue. Not quite a sky blue but not very dark either. In either case, it's still a nice color. The paint seems to stay on the chain just fine, but where the rings on the tweezers slide up and down has started to lose its paint.

You can really use these anywhere you can get them to get, and keep, a grip on your skin. While intended for nipple play, you need nipples of a decent size to get them to stay on. However, if they don't stay on your nipples, you can also use them on the labia or scrotal area, and they might even stay on as a new-age set of earrings too. To use them, all you need to do is pull the little metal ring all the way towards the chain, insert the piece of skin or nipple you'd like tweezed between the black tips, squeeze gently to hold in place, and then bring the metal ring back up towards the end until you've reached your desired pain level. To remove, simply bring the metal ring back down towards the chain.

If you've got enough skin between the tweezers, you can tug on the chain for added sensations, however in almost all of our experimenting, they fell off. If your nipples are pierced, you can still use these. With barbells it seems to work best if you attach the tweezers parallel to the barbell, but with a hoop you can attach them to the hoop and gently tug that way as well.
On yet another quest to get nipple clamps that we could use on my husband and not have to chase after to put back on after any tugging, we ended up with these. Neither of us had ever tried tweezer style clamps before, so we were excited to get these. Then they showed up, then we tried them, and then we were sad, since these don't stay on his nipples either. For the record though, my husband has really small nipples, so these should work for most people.

They can definitely deliver a bit of a bite if you want them to. They definitely feel like they're going to last a long time, aside from the paint anyway. Aside from the flaky paint though? They are pretty decent clamps, they just won't get used very much by us unfortunately.
Follow-up commentary
These didn't get used very much before I wrote the review, and they still don't. We pull them out occasionally to see if anything has changed, find it hasn't, and put them away again. The paint is still flaked, but hasn't gotten super bad. Then again, we're not exactly putting these through their paces either. Still not a good buy for small nipples, but not bad clamps overall.
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  • Jul!a
    Thanks for reading!
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    nice review
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    another excellent review
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    Thanks for the review, sorry they didn't work out for you.
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