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Mistress Julie from Chicago Now loves gear essentials' cock rings.  She writes:

"Gear Essentials has by far the best cock rings on the planet. I have used them in electrical play, just as a cock ring and as a weight. They do cost a bit more and come in varying sizes depending on the diameter of your cock. They go from 1 5/8 inch (for all you little guys) on up to 2 1/8 inches and range from a thin ring to various thicknesses in the ball weights."

(Note--some of the 'big guys' use the 1 5/8" ring on the shaft of their dicks.)

 

Barbwire Cock Ring from Gear Essentials

 

The Imperial C Ring with Barbed Wire Engraving

 

Mistress Julie is also into TENS (which frankly, we need to investigate some more).  She adds:

"I like cock rings for electrical play because it gives a greater surface area for the TENS unit to distribute to, but it also doubles as a way of keeping your man hard."

Keep 'em hard!  (That's what we like to hear!)

For those of you who don't know much about TENS, here is a cock shot with TENS apparatus attached.  Notice the pre-cum oozing out of his piss-slit.  We are curious if any of you have played with TENS equipment.  If so, pass on your stories and comments.  We are very curious.

 

All Wrapped & POWERED Up!

 

Whatever your pleasure, life with a cock ring is much more pleasurable.  Gear essentials carries quality stainless, leather and Nitrile.  Check them out and find the one that suits you best.  Read here for the full review:  http://www.chicagonow.com/kinky-dominatrix/2012/12/all-i-want-for-christmas-day-5-golden-cock-rings/

And always--ENJOY!

 

 

(Photo re-posted from Tumblr.)

Written by Jay — January 02, 2013

Comments

bob:

Tell me more about “TENS”. I am interested in how it works and where can I obtain the equipment

January 08 2013 at 07:01 AM

Jay:

Bob—I know! Isn’t it hot? My partner has some experience with TENS but I have to own up—I am a complete novice—Wait! Can I say it? I AM A [TENS] VIRGIN!!!

We are looking to add TENS (also known as E-Stim for Electronic Stimulation) to the gear essentials website. (We are all about expanding men’s horizons and finding ways to improve our pleasure. )

TENS stands for Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. It is the use of electric current to stimulate the nerves. Initially designed for therapeutic purposes—the picture in the blog shows it being used for nerves of a different sort!

We hope to have a line of E-Stim soon—so keep watching here!

Thanks! Jay

January 09 2013 at 11:01 AM

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