Review of my K~
Submitted by: Norbert
You were envious of me, when I got myself measured
(see note1124.htm) for a K~ by Max Taylor. Well I think this feeling
wore off as you accompanied my 18 month wait for the thing to finally get
The K~ consists of two parts:
- There is a container for cock and balls moulded from glasfibre and
- there are some loops and a belt to keep it fixed to the body and
The plastic container is really nicely made. It fits like a second skin
and is really comfortable. You can almost forget it is there. The rather
elaborate process of making a plaster cast at the fitting was of some
Max Taylor counselled me to get the up pointing version. I shouldn't
have listened. The way my penis points up there is no practical way to
urinate. It is all a great mess. Flushing with water doesn't help much.
Penis and scrotum stay wet. There is no way to dry them. I don't see how
I could wear this device for more than a few hours. Perhaps the down
pointing variant is better.
The belt part of the construction is completely different. It is
supposed to keep the container fixed to my body. It does not get
anywhere near that. The whole thing is so loose I can shift it about at
will. Pulling out and getting back in are no problem at all. Not much of
a cb! Wrong measurements can't be the problem because Max took them
himself. The tightening of the belt does not make any difference at all.
The plastic wire loops that emerge out of the container are not really
fixed to the textile waist band. They can glide back and forth through
loops. This high tech container would need some totally different belt
construction to make it work chastity wise. At the moment it is like
racing car with wooden wheels.
On his product description page Max Taylor
takes pride in the invention of the ''Lock-Free Lock!'' (LFL) (Patented!).
All this boils
down to in my belt is a couple of eyelets riveted into the textile
waistband which can be connected by a simple cable tie! And not even the
workmanship on the rivets is ok. They are badly smashed. He must have
been in a real hurry after 18 month of production time.
Summary: Just forget it. Max Taylor wrote he does not manufacture them
any more. Good! This should raise the overall quality of CBs on the
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