We love customer compliments here at gear essentials. Today I received the following:
"Dear J: I continue to enjoy my rings. think you make the best ones ever. I'm looking forward to seeing the new anodized ones in the mail. Thanks your loyal customer, Brad"
The Light-weight Aluminum Full Screw C Ring by gear essentials
The Full Screw penis ring is not your average ring! At nearly an inch wide (15 mm), it makes for a pronounced bulge in your jeans, under a suit or in your leathers. Made of premium light-weight aluminum (weighing in at 2.4 ounces or 66 grams), you might just forget you have this cock ring on--except for the fact that your dick is fuller and has a bit more schwing than usual!
This ring features our new interior comfort rim for easy work-all-day / play-all-night wear. You might forget you have it on--until your package is noticed and your dick perks to life! THEN you will thank us for all the added support your cockring gives you!
We LOVE a Man in a Suit--Especially When His Hard Cock in a Full Screw C Ring Pops Out!
What is Anodizing?
This penis ring is made of quality aluminum in the USA and then anodized. Anodizing is an electrolytic passivation process in which a coat of color is added to the solid aluminum ring. The process finishes the metal and is environmentally-friendly. The by-products contain no heavy metals, halogens or volatile organic compounds. In addition to vibrant color, the process hardens the surface and thereby increases corrosion and wear resistance.
But back to Brad....
More Pics of Brad in His Full Screw Penis Ring by gear essentials
Brad's Getting a Bigger Boner Due to His Full Screw!
Thicker & Longer--& Looking Hot in Brad's Jeans: The Full Screw
Check it out--you'll be glad you did.
gear essentials...Sex is better here! ENJOY!
WHERE TO FIND IT:
- Half Screw Cockring: https://gearessentials.com/collections/cockrings/products/half-screw
- Full Screw C Ring: https://gearessentials.com/collections/cockrings/products/full-screw
(Photos 1, 2, 4, 5 & 6 submitted by Brad, name has been changed to protect the 'not-so-innocent'! Photo 3 by Jay Williams.)