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The last few days I've been blogging about some of my favorite gear!  The first two rings I bought when I was a cock ring whore-in-training were the Imperial (loved the easy rounded heft) and the Titan (slim, smooth and sexy!)  It seems that a lot of GearFans agree with me.

Today we are posting a review that Bill H. from Astoria posted on gearessentials.com two days ago.  (You may recall his review of the Titan from the blog yesterday.  When you are happy you have to let it out!)

Here's what Bill has to say about the Imperial penis ring:  "I purchased this and the Titan Cock Ring, both in 1 7/8" sizes. I'm lucky enough to be endowed with quite large balls, but a smaller cock, hence the size I purchased. I bought this ring as I wanted something thicker that would give me the feeling of a heavy cock ring, but still allow my balls to bounce around. With the Titan, my balls have freedom of movement to bounce around everywhere. But, with this Imperial, my balls can really only bounce up and down, which is a very different erotic feeling. Both are great, but the Imperial, I get a more heavy duty feeling, allowing me to go longer. Highly recommended."

 

Go Longer with the Imperial C Ring by gear essentials

Now who wouldn't like to be able to go longer?!  Cock ring science is basic: Slip a rigid ring around the base of your cock and the blood flow is restricted IN your dick instead of everywhere else.  This means that you get thicker, bigger, longer, harder, more sensitive AND you last longer!  I love the way it feels--hard AND when I'm flaccid (in which case I'm always at least semi-chubbed).  I love the feeling of the thickness of my meat bobbing under my jeans.  It feels powerful.

The Imperial is a classic.  Smooth and comfortable solid stainless steel construction means it will last a lifetime.  It's available in two finishes, mirrored (see the picture above) or brushed. Designed in the shape of a flattened donut, it offers heft while leaving plenty of room to swing around.  It weighs slightly over 6 ounces (171 grams) and has a bandwidth of .62 inches (15.75 mm).  

Go longer...with the Imperial!

 

Written by Jay — August 12, 2014

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