Long time gearfan John posted this in response to my blog, Swing Low Stacked Ball Stretchers. He wrote:  "I have LOVED my 16 ounce weight so much that I have worn it more or less continuously for seven months. I take it off now and then but it’s been clamped on me all, most or part of each day during this time. I feel funny if I’m not wearing it. It feels fantastic during sex but having my nuts swinging all day (and night) is a great sensation. I did not start out to become obsessive over it but as I adjusted and got some stretch going, I didn’t want to take it off."

I know the feeling! I don't want to take mine off either!


Triple-Ringed in Torque, Titan Glans & 16 Ounce PISTON Ball Stretcher: Don't want to take it off!


John wrote in response to Steve from Arizona's comment: Started with the 16 oz. and love it. Moved up to the 24 oz and I love the extra weight. Would definitely recommend this product, in my book the heavier the better. The only reason I didn't opt for the 32 oz is that the stretch might be a little too extreme for now. It definitely does what most reviews have mentioned, tugs on the balls and keeps them down low for a mind blowing orgasm. …If you are on the fence with the ball weights, get off it! You will get off more intensely with a weight strapped on your balls, I think Jay could probably guaranty it:) One last thing, I think the orgasms are more intense with the 24oz vs. the 16oz due to the stretch keeping my balls lower. Love my ball weights!”


The 16 Oz. PISTON:  "My 16 ounce weight...I did not start out to become obsessive"


The PISTON weights feature a screw-like design on the exterior of this stainless steel split ring ball weight. Like our traditional brushed stainless weights, this features a secure closure with an Allen screw--this baby won't pop off during aggressive sex!

You won't want to take it off either. Get ready to become obsessed!

gear essentials…Sex is Better here! ENJOY!




 (Photos by David Lee.)

Written by Jay — August 06, 2015

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