Steelheart vs. CB6K

I’ve finally completed my comparison of the CB-6000 an the Steelworxx Steelheart. I’ve written for someone who hasn’t been around to read all the posts related to the stainless saga, so some of it will be repetitive for regular readers. As always, I’d appreciate any constructive feedback.

Steelheart vs. CB-6000

4 thoughts on “Steelheart vs. CB6K

  1. Thumper – thank you, thank you for this post. Absolutely great. This has given me new belief in chastity devices. From your comments and footage, it is absolutely clear that you are not able to get out of the steelheart device thanks to your modifications and your hefty PA. What I thought what not possible (a device that I can’t get my dick out of) clearly is. I can’t tell you how exited I was after taking a look at those videos.

    On a side note, your video has aldo made me decide to get off my ass and finally get my PA repierced. Mine is somewhat shallow and the fact that you are able to pull your dick through the ring via your pa was actually a but of an eye opener for me.

    So, thanks on quite a few levels. Looks like I’ll be ordering a thumper style steelheart!

  2. Glad I could be of service!

    …it is absolutely clear that you are not able to get out of the steelheart device…

    Yes, it’s totally inescapable. Having a device you cannot take off does change one’s outlook…

    …the fact that you are able to pull your dick through the ring via your pa was actually a but of an eye opener for me.

    I wouldn’t say it’s rated hauling boats or anything, but it will take a fair bit of pulling. It seems to be able to take more abuse the lower the gauge. Four gauge is just about perfect, IMO.

  3. Now that you’ve been in the steelheart awhile, how are the long-term issues like rubbing, chafing, etc. holding up? I find that after a couple of days in the CB6K, I start to get a thin rubbed line in the area by one of the guide pins, and continuing about 3/4″ south of that.

  4. I’ve found issues with rubbing and irritation to be much less prevalent with the SH. As I said in my comparison of the two devices, I think this is due to a combination of factors. The steel moves more freely against the skin, the A-ring is smoother and also thinner. Also, the gap between the ring and the end of the tube is a little more forgiving.

    I nearly always have a pretty sore spot sometime in my first week in the CB6K that lasts several days. So far after 3 weeks in the SH, I’ve experienced nothing like that at all. Minor “settling in” rubbing. Very tolerable.

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