Today's question:  "Yes or no, can ball weights be worn in the shower or the pool?"

I will admit that I have worn my ball weights in the pool and in the shower.  The sensations of tugging, twisting and pulling on my ball sac when I wear them to work or the gym feels even more amazing when I'm skinny dipping! It is beyond description.

But, there may be a price to pay for all this pleasure. The ball weights are constructed of stainless steel (fairly corrosion-resistant) EXCEPT for the little nub on the opposite side of the Allen screw.  When exposed to water it will show signs of rust. 

If you want to shower with it on, go ahead but you may want to periodically take steel wool to that nub and clean it off.  (If you don't, no one will see it but you since it is hidden inside the seam of the split ring ball weight.  I am told that it would take years and years for this nub to erode away and cause the ball weight to 'fail'.)

When swimming in a pool or hot tub (particularly a public or commercial pool), you will want to thoroughly rinse off any of your gear to get the chemicals off.  Public swimming pools and hot tubs tend to contain a lot of harsh and strident chemicals which can cause damage.

If you have a ball stretcher constructed of a base metal with a chrome plating on it (we do not make them this way), be careful. The chemicals can fatigue the chrome. Once it starts to deteriorate (and chrome plating will do that even with just consistent contact with your body oils) you should really NOT wear it any longer.  It can scratch and cause infections to your family jewels.


Ready for a Dip: Stacked Ball Weights (32 Ounces Worth) by gear essentials


So go ahead and wear your ball weight to your next pool party--you'll make a splash (sorry, couldn’t resist!)

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Written by Jay — August 14, 2014

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