CB6000 and types of frustration

cb6000-01Update Nov 21, 2009 @ 01:38

Forgot to tell that I bought the CB6000 on eBay for half of the usual price (“Buy now”, BTW, not an auction). If you are going to buy one I would strongly advice you to check eBay periodically (also click on “See all matching items from international sellers” under the search results.)

More things after Session 65 (to be posted later on).

  • After both Session 64 and Session 65 (the cb6000 was locked over the piss condom built into latex tights) I could easily slide it off without unlocking. Of course, good lube and limp state helped, but as I mentioned below you can’t use short spacers and narrow cuffs with latex penis sheaths with shallow ball sacks. Very painful.

    Unless you are into serious CBT. I am not.

  • I think the “orgasmic capabilities” of the cb6000 depend on three factors:
    1. your abilities (he-he, always 😉
    2. power of the vibrator
    3. relative sizes of your penis and the cage. The cage may break and seriously pinch (see below)

    I could not reach a second climax during one self-bondage session – need better batteries. Tried twice.

  • Try to combine various stimulations (always helps)

Update Nov 19 @ 14:01

Another myth is busted. I would call CB6000 an orgasm machine.

Just tape a small vibrator underneath the cage and … I bursted within half a minute! The whole construction vibrates! You feel like the sweet spot migrates. Very strange sensation. If combined with proper attributes (see upcoming Session 64) it will send you to a subspace 😉

Buy the most powerful accumulators available. Mine (2x 2700mAh) died in two hours.

Posted on Nov 18 @ 16:40
As I mentioned in this thread, I bought a CB6000. Playing with it for a couple of days revealed two types of frustration related to this device.

Good frustrations

  • It works. Indeed, I could not climax despite my best efforts.
  • It keeps constant arousal (the best frustration so far). Not sure if it was the original idea of using chastity belts 😉
  • It’s made out of clear plastic, so you can clearly see what’s going on inside (poor guy)
  • Proper lubricating the inside of the cage makes you move, because it feels sooo sweet, but see the first item 😉
  • The padlock has only ONE key

Bad frustrations

  • The plastic (especially the pins) can easily be broken. The device is obviously not intended to actually force the wearer to wear it. One twist of the padlock and it will fall apart. So it’s more for imagination or for a bound person
  • It’s painful (can be good for some people). When the penis “inflates” in feels in all space including the cage holes and cut-outs. I strongly recommend wearing a piss condom underneath the cage.
  • Wearing it under clothes (especially discreetly) is virtually impossible. Probably under skirts. In all other cases it does not fit inside trousers or jeans.
  • To get in you have to calm your guy down, but with the cuff cutting the blood circulation it very difficult to achieve
  • It does not work with penis sheaths with small ball sacks. I tried the biggest cuffs/spacers with these pants to no avail. Painful, the pins bend down, sitting is almost impossible. Pity, because it was my original idea on how to use the CB6000.
  • The padlock has only ONE key

The bottom line

This construction is good for self-bondagers who want to prevent either intended (when already bound) or not intended (which ruins the not yet started selfbondage session) masturbation. Preventing masturbation was the main reason I bought it.

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10 thoughts on “CB6000 and types of frustration”

  1. I have one as well (and a CB3000)… mostly the same frustrations. It is painful to wear, noticeable under clothing, hard to put on, and breaks easily.

    I would never try to break it while you’re wearing it as the broken plastic would easily cut you, and with it still attached, you would have no way to move your sensitive parts away from the sharp edges causing the pain.

    Both the CB6000 and the CB3000 also split down the seams from the force of attempted erections. Just having skin pinched into where the plastic began to split was painful enough for me to know to never try breaking it as I said above.

  2. Dan wrote:

    I would never try to break it while you’re wearing it

    That’s very easy and safe – just twist the center pin using the padlock as a handle. It should not be made elliptical. If it was round it would just rotate without breaking.

  3. Dan wrote:

    Both the CB6000 and the CB3000 also split down the seams from the force of attempted erections. Just having skin pinched into where the plastic began to split was painful enough for me…

    I had exactly the same problem, the skin of my raphe became caught in the beginnings of the split and it made my eyes water, I can tell you. The entire thing split in two under the pressure of an erection, see the result of it (on the chastity tube, not me!) here:


    It seems to me these devices are not ‘fit for purpose’…

  4. I’ve always wanted to buy a real steel belt to try chastity without these problems, but while I’ve put them in the “shopping cart” many times, I’ve never been able to pull the trigger and place an order.

    1) I worry about fitting, especially since I have a gut and need one of the ergonomic models that can ride over the hips but under the stomach.

    2) I worry about measuring correctly and the time/cost of sending it back and forth if it’s not right.

    3) They’re very expensive to make the purchase if you’re not sure you’ll get something that works due to #1 and #2.

    I like the UNtouchABLE Premium from My-Steel. The ultimate belt has to be Latwoski’s though… unfortunately requires a trip to have it fit in person.


  5. Culmor wrote:

    Just having skin pinched into where the plastic began to split was painful enough for me…

    Fortunately you were not bound. Imagine what could have happened … Hence my idea of wearing a thick latex condom underneath.

  6. Dan wrote:

    I’ve never been able to pull the trigger and place an order.

    I know the feeling. I bought it off eBay for half of the usual price.

    Dan wrote:

    The ultimate belt has to be Latwoski’s though

    Yeah, it looks cool, I always wanted to try it on. But I’m not sure about fitting and compatibility with other clothes, though:

  7. While I agree with most of what was said in the article, I have to disagree with a few points. I have been a long CB6000 user, locked up almost constantly for a couple years.

    If the CB6000 is painful with just the base setup (no spikes etc) then you are probably using the wrong spacer or ring. If you cannot seem to go soft the ring is too small, if it falls off it’s too large.

    If you are experiencing a pinching sensation your pin is too short. If you can extract your testicles, then it is too long.

    I also have no difficulty hiding it under normal or loose clothing, tight clothing such as skinny jeans, lycera, latex, etc of course will show. The biggest thing is the click of the lock against the plastic, but as far as anyone knows it’s your keys in your pocket rattling, and I have never been asked about it.

    I do not recommend doing what LikeRa did. There are many Chinese made knock-offs of the CB series that are made to much lower standards and are cheap pieces of !@#$, make sure you buy one from their website or another BDSM store that you know is legit. That being said, it is still plastic. The first issue I had was the double pin piece, one of the pins just fell out. Not broke, but fell out due to poor glue (actually a bonding material). The second issue I had was one of the rings broke where it connects to the rest of the device, it’s weakest point of course. Both times I believe the final damage was done while sleeping with it on, and I may have twisted and crushed it.

    It is definately a good device that I recommend to chastity beginners. However for myself my next device will be a NeoSteel or similar full belt.

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