Squishy: Boy Trainer 2.0/Birdlocked Neo first impressions

Belle allowed me to purchase a Boy Trainer 2.0 from Mr. S Leather the other day. My thought was it could be used when travelling or any other time something non-metal or slightly less severe was necessary or preferred. Kind of a “chastity-lite” thing that would be honestly better for me than swinging free.

It arrived yesterday and Belle said in advance I could switch from the Steelheart I’ve been in since the beginning of April to the BT2. I wore it from about 5:00 PM yesterday until after my workout and shower this morning. Not nearly long enough to form a complete picture or write up a full review, but I have some observations:

  • First of all, Mr. S markets it as the Boy Trainer 2.0, but it’s actually a Birdlocked Neo. I didn’t even know such a thing existed and thought Mr. S had developed this on their own. Not so much.
  • It’s really big. Bigger than a CB6K (though seemingly not longer than a standard 6K tube). This makes it much more noticeable beneath clothing (even jeans) than the Steelheart. The A-ring (which isn’t really an A-ring since it’s all one piece) is quite wide and the whole thing sticks out more prominently than any other device I’ve worn. When sitting, it gets all squished up so you don’t see a tube outline like with a rigid device, but it does leave an idle observer with the impression that you’re packing something impressive.
  • I lost my right nut with it last night. Woke up during the usual early morning hydraulics test not because the erection was biting (it wasn’t) but because my right nut had popped out and hidden itself up inside me somewhere and was aching. All I had left in the device was a flappy pocket of scrotum. Had to take the device all the way off to get things sorted.
  • During my shower, I discovered that the device isn’t just easy to pull out from (all these devices are) but that I could remove the entire thing from my body and get it back on again while soaped up, all without unlocking it. You can’t really refer to the BT2/Neo as a “trapped-ball” device since my balls (at least) aren’t at all trapped.
  • Since there’s nothing at all adjustable about it, there’s nothing I can do to make it fit me better. The openings for my nuts are just a little too big and the tube is too long. For this reason alone, I’d recommend a CB6K for someone just starting out over the BT2/Neo. Taking the short tube option into account, the CB6K has something like 40 different fitting combinations.

When I’m back from my trip, I’ll write up something bigger, but that’s enough for now. If you’re curious to see what the BT2/Neo looks like on this rabbit, I posted a picture to Twitter.

Speaking of my trip, I’ve decided to try and stay locked the whole time I’m gone. Long time readers will know I did do this over a camping trip a few years ago, but I had significantly more privacy then. I’ll have the key with me so if it gets too difficult, I’ll have a way out.

With that, I’ll sign off for the next couple of weeks…

5 Replies to “Squishy: Boy Trainer 2.0/Birdlocked Neo first impressions”

  1. I have a Birdlock as well. My wife doesn’t like the hardness of the CB-6000S, my first device, when I spoon her. I had the exact same problem, my testicle creeped up on its own volition. It didn’t feel that good, so I had to find the key to re-fit it. I have to wear a thong or jockstrap, otherwise its weight and the lube around the ring allow it to literally slide off. There are things I like about it, the squishiness is kinda nice for sitting/driving, the flexibility makes it really easy to clean and apply lube, the lock doesn’t bang against the tube. I don’t get as intense of feelings when I attempt to get hard as the CB-6000S, and the ability to switch out spacers and ring sizes makes it much less likely to slide off. Pros and cons =S

  2. I don’t have a lot of devices (only 6 or 7) and the Birdlocked is the worst. I mean, the *idea* is great, but the execution just didn’t work for me at all.

  3. I totally agree. My first device was the Birdlocked. I thought the soft silicone would make the most sense for all day wear, but it was horrible. I was working out on a Nordic Trac and it slipped right off! I think it’s counter intuitive that a tight small package works best for “trapping” the little beast.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *