The CurveSubmitted by: email@example.com
I first got the CB2k in January of 2001, had the same problems described in the reviews on this website. The biggest problem, no pun, was it was bulky and I was self-contious when wearing it.
In January of 2002, I got The Curve. Much better, no pullout, easy to hide, can even ride my bicycle in actual spandex with no problem. So, I agree with the other reviews, but I want to state some improvement and problems.
It would be good to have stainless steel guide pings to use with the lock and key, just makes sense.
I don't think The Curve would be airport safe because of the rivit, so why have plastic locks and pins in the first place. I will use the CB2k for travel. I still need to get a PA, it is essential for enforced chastity with the CB2k.
The rivit did irritate me, so wrapped the rivit in surgical tape, it works very well indeed.
Using the second smallest ring, I find it impossible to pull out. But I then have ball-pain during erections. So I either need to get the ball weights and stretch, or get a PA and use a larger more comfortable ring.
In the CB2k, with alot of effort, I did release while shaking the cage. Impossible with The Curve. It just make you extremely frustrated, I cannot get it to the point of release, no matter how much shaking and massaging the exposed skin I do. I have given up trying.
Before bed, you should lubricate the penis with a cue tip and some A & D ointment. If you are dry in the early morning, during an erection, the penis cannot extend down the shaft.
I think this is the best, biggest bang for the buck chastity device out there. I have researched all and I am sticking with this one for comfort and 24/7 365 wear. I am still using the CB2k if I need to travel though. The CB2k is still the best for travel.
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