Andy, a UK-based blogger and prolific sex toy reviewer who writes Ruffled Sheets, has posted a new review of the Holy Trainer.
This really is my favourite ‘off the shelf’ chastity device. After I bought mine I was quick to tell people how good they were … If you’re thinking of experimenting with chastity, do yourself a favour and lock your (or your partner’s) penis in one of these.
I agree with everything he says about the device and many of his points came up in my review of the first generation Holy Trainer. The new design only makes it better.
Andy dings it for having an ugly key and, truly, it is ugly. Certainly not suitable for external wear by a keyholder, but it’s the exact same kind of lock and key employed by Steelworxx on their integrated lock designs and it’s such a great little lock for that purpose that I’m willing to let the ugliness of the key go. Belle was never one to wear a key visibly anyway (though I’m sure she’d make an exception for the Steelwerks key and I hope she gets the chance someday). Andy similarly faults the manufacturer for not including multiple ring sizes, as did I. I suggested they provide an upgrade option to buy more than one at a time at a discounted price but just including them would be preferred and knock one of the CB-6000’s competitive advantages out of play. I have to imagine a plastic molded device being sold for $165 (in the UK, available from UberKinky for £147) has a substantial amount of margin built-in and the inclusion of a few extra rings shouldn’t break the bank (especially as they sell them and the cost of the molds are amortized away). Selling a sole, single-piece plastic ring for $48 borders on criminal, IMO.
But those faults are relatively minor for what I think is the very best starter device you can buy today. In his review, Andy remains generous in his view of the CB-6000 but I think the Trainer is so much better in nearly every way that I just can’t bring myself to recommend it to anyone. If you’re looking to dip your, er, toe into the world of enforced male chastity, you will not go wrong with the Holy Trainer. In fact, I think it’s so good I don’t know that upgrading to steel would ever be necessary as long as the plastic aesthetic and lack of steely durability wasn’t an issue for you.
In any event, go read Andy’s review. Oh, did I mention he was super hot? Fuck yes he is. Indeed.
7 thoughts on “Holy Trainer FTW”
Holy Cow! He had an Exobelt? Jesus, just how the hell long have we been at this, anyway?
I can’t believe you can still get those things. They’re medieval.
Extra rings are worse when you discover later that you want one. The express shipping (required to the USA) makes it $70. I’ve done this twice, once to go down to 40 mm and again after they released the 36 mm ring.
Just wondering how is the 36mm ring? I also dropped down to the 40 mm ring and it still seems a little loose compared to a CB 6000 45 mm ring. But like you it will cost me over 70$ to get another ring so I would hate to get the 36 and find out it is too tight.
Your friends review was very good and it omitted nothing obvious too.
I am looking for a new device either off the shelf or custom made.
I do have a couple of questions about the HT that you might be able to answer if you’d be so kind.
Steelworxs sell a PA fixing which I believe you had something to do with the design of, and now they make one that has a hole for the pa ring which also looks interesting. I made my own with wire that almost needs heat to become malleable. It does seem to pinch the scrotum a little at a point inbetween the A-ring and the tube sometimes. And the PA ring can get trapped between the wire and the tube. But I digress.
Does something similar to the PA fixing exist for the HT? Both my KH and I are both into the cant get out IF I wanted to without wrecking something head-fuck.
The HT looks good and I understand its available in 315L Stainless.. is it surgical quality SS both tube and A-ring do you know?
I cant help wondering why with something that looks this good. They have thankfully done away with the slots on the cage shaft idea that mars the CBX range so why do they have around hole either side of the end slot. Could a steel one be made without those two holes? I find myself having to ask.
I’ve never seen a PA fixing accessory for the Holy Trainer. And I don’t think the people who make the HT are the ones selling the metal versions. Pretty sure those are knock-offs (but one I’ve been considering).