This body-safe Metal Single Pin Wheel looks way more menacing than it actually is, much like the "hard as nails" nightclub bouncer, it has a sensitive side too.
Trying to convince you good folks ain't always easy, which is a shame as many of you are missing out on a sensory feast as the pinwheel doesn't have to used with aggression in a typical bondage environment. It can be used gently, slowly, sensuously, where rushes of nerve-tingling pleasure bring something new and exciting to foreplay and subtle erotic teasing.
And not just to the obvious hot-spots, we all know the best adventures are when you take a detour, so explore your partner's body in full; roll it down their back, along their arms, back of their knees, soles of their feet. Surprise yourselves by discovering parts that neither of you knew were so receptive to this style of sensory titillation.
Top tip: if you really want to surprise your partner and keep them in suspense, use it whilst they're tied up wearing an eye-mask.
But it looks so sharp, surely we will cut ourselves? When using an item like this against the skin, drawing blood is always a possibility, but BDSM gear is made with user-safety in mind (even the aggressive looking items), so as long as you use it responsibly the chances of you cutting yourselves are highly unlikely. You would have to use a pinwheel with needless excessive aggression for the recipient to be left with cuts or visible long-term marks.
First-timers can take reassurance from the fact that the user has complete control of the wheel's intensity, at all times. Switch from light to heavy pressure in an instant by simply exerting more downward force as you glide the spiked-wheel over the receiver's skin. If the intensity is too much, do the opposite and ease up a bit.
Idea: if you're loving the idea of a gentle nerve-arousing toy to glide across the skin, but not the pinwheel (no matter how many times we stress it's safe to use), consider this Metal Ball Massager, there's nothing scary looking about this toy.
Now, in spite of all the above, there is a reason pinwheels are in our bondage section. For every person that plans to use it gently in a erotically charged but serene ambience (with Je T'aime playing in the background), there's someone who intends to utilise it as an instrument of (controlled) pain during a boundary-pushing BDSM session, a real A-Z of dungeon-based debauchery. Good times.
And of course you cannot forget those who like their kink heavily-steeped in the patient/nurse/doctor tradition, where the pin wheel will be just one of the many specially selected surgical-play items administering the classic firm-but-necessary treatment.
Lastly, we're well aware metal toys cost a bit more than most standard toys but after the initial outlay they can save you money in the medium/long term (as long as you use, clean, and store your metal toy responsibly). As the saying goes, "take care of your toys and they'll take care of you".
Product SKU: 35758