Yesterday I wrote that I was recently asked which cock rings was my favorite.  One that I have been wearing a lot lately is my Titan .6; however, my original favorite is my Imperial cockring.  Designed in the shape of a flattened donut, this ring offers heft while leaving plenty of room for beefy thighs.  It has weight without too much bulk weighing in at approximately 6.05 ounces (171.51 grams).  I find this ring to be incredibly comfortable due to its rounded contours.  So much so that I wear all day long--not just for going out or special encounters.    Due to the weight of this ring I do wear this style one size smaller than my normal size.  I hate when a cock ring slides down my flaccid cock (I am a 'grower', not a 'shower') so the smaller size means it stays where it is supposed to--firm against my pubes.  The rounded interior means that when I am hard, there is enough room for my dick to grow so there is no pain.  (A cock ring should feel good--not be painful.)  And this just feels so good.

Thicker--Even When Peeing--the Imperial C Ring from gear essentials

Elegant and dramatic, the American-made stainless steel cock rings in the Imperial Series offer a grander, more majestic choice.  The solid stainless steel will wear for a lifetime--and not pit or chip (which means your sensitive jewels are safe!)  It also quickly warms up to your body heat so it won't cause 'shrinkage' (quite the opposite in fact!) Smooth and comfortable, this is a classic design available in brushed or mirrored finish.

The benefits of a penis ring are huge:  blood flow moves into your prick when you are excited.  The cock ring keeps the majority of blood in your hardening dick keeping you thicker--whether flaccid or erect.  This means that when you are ready for sex you are fuller, harder, longer, stronger and more sensitive.  Both you AND your partner benefit! 

Aptly named, the Imperial Series truly is fit for a king.  (And it feels so good!)  Go ahead, you deserve it--crown yourself and ENJOY!



(Photo re-blogged from Tumblr.)

Written by Jay — March 14, 2013

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