Mailbag:  Do Aluminum Cockrings set off the TSA Detectors?


We got the following e-mail over the weekend:  "Funny question raised up recently: does the aluminum cockrings set off the TSA metal detectors??"


Time for a Pat-Down?  Sometimes You Want it; Sometimes Not!


Sadly, this one was easy.  Here's our response:  "Thanks for your e-mail.  I hate to tell you this, but they most likely WILL set off the TSA detectors.  Things as minor as aluminum foil wrappers have been known to set them off.  This is one reason why a lot of gum, candy and cigarette manufacturers are switching away from aluminum in their packaging."

Have I ever told you about the time I set off the buzzers at LAX?  Seems I had forgotten I was wearing my Titan .6 cock ring....

They didn't find it as funny as I did!  Oops!


Super Comfy & Super Sexy--but you WILL Set off the Alarm:  
The Solid Aluminum Half Screw C Ring by gear essentials

Sorry, I digress.  I continued:  "At this point, we don’t know of any metal that is ‘safe’ from a strip search!  I did have a very good-looking Security Officer thoroughly pat me down at Heathrow a few months ago!)  The best bet is our rigid medical-grade plastic rings (either the Grip or SurgeBlack)."

The medical-grade are awesome for travel-- they are still rigid (with just the slightest sense of internal give) and feature the same amazing interior comfort fit for easy travel-all-day / play-all-night wear.  Like their solid metal siblings, they'll keep your dick thick & hard so you can put your best foot (or six inches!) forward!


The SurgeBlack Cock Ring:  Travel AND Fuck-Friendly!


So don't worry--you don't have to join the 'mile-high club' without your favorite support!  Pop on a medical-grade cockring and fly the friendly skies!

gear essentials…Sex is Better here! ENJOY!




(Photo 2 by a GearFan.)





Hey, Osgon, thanks for your comment. Generally I strip the gear down to just one Nitrile cockring when I go through security. I figure it will just highlight where my cock meets my body! Which leads to the question: would a more thorough search be a bad thing? ; )

Seriously, I actually do this with anything extraneous. It all goes in a zip bag that I slip into my brief case. Once through security I re-assemble.

Happy flying!



Sadly, the new full body scanners at many airports necessitate removing both the cockring and the glansring before going through security. Otherwise, you risk being invited to a back room for a more thorough search to see what’s going on downstairs. Solution? Pack ‘em in your carryon and visit the restroom once past security. Pop your rings back on, and you’re set for the rest of the day. #donttravelnaked

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