1. Why wear a cock ring?

Pleasure:  A cock ring creates enjoyable sensations of tightness and pressure. If worn during sexual activity it often leads to a powerful and intensely pleasurable orgasm. 

Performance:  By restricting blood outflow, a cock ring boosts performance by maintaining a firmer, more prolonged erection, and can effectively delay and control ejaculation. 

Appeal:  Worn as an intimate expression of personal style, a cock ring is exciting and attractive jewelry, appealing to both the wearer and the observer.

 

2. Who wears cock rings?

Men of all ages, persuasions, orientations and occupations wear them. Cock rings are uniquely masculine, and have been used historically for over 2000 years.

No piercing or body modification is required to wear one, and they are enjoyed by all men, cut and uncut alike.

 

3. Are cock rings safe? 

Yes, use common sense and you can enjoy your cock ring with no harm or injury. If you are a beginnner, start gradually and be gentle. Don't force yourself into a ring that's uncomfortably tight. 

If you're diabetic, have any blood or nerve disease, or are taking any blood-thinning medication, check with your physician before using a cock ring. Or if you're injured, swollen or sore in the groin/genital area, avoid using one until you recover.

 

4. Shouldn't a cock ring be stretchy? 

No, a stretchable ring exerts an outside force, acting much like a tourniquet. Even if not erect, it can restrict the flow of blood in and out of erectile tissue. With or without an erection, it is unwise to wear anything around your penis that actively restricts blood flow. We don't recommend wearing any stretchable ring, but if you do, for no more than 20 or 30 minutes. 

 

5. How is a rigid cock ring better than a stretchy one? 

A rigid ring works differently. As erectile tissue becomes engorged, it expands against the ring and this pressure restricts the outward flow of blood. But when the erection eases, the ring becomes less tight and blood escapes normally. Learn more about what makes a cock ring safe and effective at our how to choose a cock ring page.

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6. What if I can't get it off?

Follow our common sense guidelines above and that will never be an issue. It would be exceedingly difficult to put on a rigid cock ring that you could not then take off. Even if you were to somehow get yourself into an uncomfortably tight ring, when arousal diminishes the erection subsides, and blood will eventually escape its entrapment in the penis. Be patient. If you feel a need to hasten the process, use some lubrication, grab an ice bag or take a cold shower.

 

7. Can I wear my cock ring all day? 

Yes! A properly fitted metal cock ring does not restrict blood flow in or out of an unaroused penis, so it's safe for extended wear. The extra weight, along with a gentle hug and tug, offers a private pleasure you can enjoy anytime under your jeans or slacks. A visually enchancing bulge in your shorts is a feel-good bonus. And when the clothes come off, you'll be plump and primed for action.


8. Can I wear my cock ring all night? 

No, noctural erections occur naturally and often persist for a long period. You want to be self aware at all times when erect and wearing a cock ring. So take it off before napping or sleeping.

 

9. Is there any other time I shouldn't wear a cock ring? 

We don't recommend wearing a metal cock ring when passing through security checkpoints, such as those at a commercial airport. You wouldn't want to set off the detectors.

 

10. How do I find my correct size, how do I choose a ring and how do I put it on?

It's easy, just follow our 3-step program. Or go directly to our how to find your cock ring size page.

 


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