The Bondage Item You Should Add to your Cart Now

The Bondage Item You Should Add to your Cart Now

Kinktober has us all wired up and realizing we might be into things we’ve never looked into. For many, that’s bondage. But, there’s ropes and tapes and cuffs and… it’s a whole lot. Instead of waffling over options, there’s one, simple system that is the perfect entryway into bondage play: under-the-bed restraints.

Under-the-bed restraints are the hidden gem in beginner bondage accessories, but it’s time for their moment.  With several options at the $50 mark, this toy is a perfect entry point to experiment with bondage without a crash-course in shibari or building a playroom.

Easy to Use

Easy to UseUnlike other bondage items, under-the-bed restraints require no prior skillset or practice to master. Follow the simple instructions to set them up, and they are self-explanatory from there unlike learning rope knots on the fly to try something new. Whatever size bed you’ve got, they’ll adjust to fit.

By adjusting the length of the straps to each limb, these restraints are easy to adjust to your desired level of immobility, too. Consider starting them loose to allow from some motion and simply adjust to create less motion when you want.

Comfortable

As an entryway into bondage play, the cushioned cuffs are incredibly comfortable and easy to secure to whatever level you’re up to. Many have soft inner linings that are gentle on skin. Whether you’re gentle on skin is a personal choice. Unlike tape or rope where you have to create your own binding and monitor the pressure, the cuffs easily adjust to your comfort level.

Plus, they are easy to remove at any point without undoing intricate bindings. Especially when trying new kinky fun, it’s important to remember you can pause or stop at any time. For first-timers with bondage, a system that quickly allows them to leave the scene is incredibly important!

Strong and Secure

Strong and SecureUnlike looping a belt through that antique headboard, under-the-bed restraints use the weight of the mattress for their staying-power, meaning they are incredibly safe and secure. They provide a secure counterpoint against whoever is tugging on their bindings so you can focus on that and not worry about something breaking.

This may allow you to play rougher than you normally would. A partner can pull and tug while other sexy sensations overpower their senses. Both of you can focus on the pleasure and not on the chance you’ll break something.

Range of Uses

Unlike smaller, one-off items that can bring in bondage flavor from handcuffs to even spreader bars, this kind of system is one purchase that can be used to experiment with a range of control from only using the wrist cuffs to a full-body spread.

Here are a few ideas:

  • Using only the wrist cuffs will keep a partner’s arms apart while letting them move their legs freely.
  • Ankle cuffs will keep a partner’s legs apart providing easy access.
  • Using all four points eliminates most movement and spreads a partner’s body wide to touch nearly anywhere.
  • One ankle and one wrist cuff used keeps them in place while still allowing a lot of motion for other sexy play.
  • A partner can be attached face up or face down, depending on what you want to do together.

Innocuous Looking

Innocuous LookingOnce set up, a restraint system can be left under the bed without looking like your bedroom has been turned into a sex dungeon. No shame if that’s the dream though. Even if someone saw a strap escaping out, they don’t scream “sex” to your visiting aunt when they insist on peeking in the bedroom during the tour.

And if someone is going to be in your bedroom for more than a moment, you can easily tuck the restraint straps under the mattress. They’ll always be there when you want to use them, but they won’t give you away to anyone who stays in your bedroom for too long, either.

Conclusion

Just like that, with one purchase, you’re ready to experiment with bondage to your heart’s content. While you wait for it to arrive, use that time to start discussing what’s ahead. It’s best to discuss limits, communication, and expectations before your pants are in a puddle on the floor, so take advantage of the delay.

Once the box comes though, don’t blame us if you spend even more time in the bedroom now.

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