This guide is intended to help you select a chastity cage that’s right for you (or your wearer).
The material the device is made of is one of the most important considerations when selecting one. A chastity device is not taken on and off (very often). If it’s worn 24/7, it becomes like your skin to you. It has be comfortable and durable throughout your sentence. The devices are separated by material on the Shop Chastity Devices page, so you can see samples of each.
Metal – Durable, heavy, very secure, easy to keep clean, can be concealed under street clothes. Will set off metal detectors.
Silicone – Most lightweight and comfortable, flexible, easy to conceal under street clothes. Can be easy to slip out of or escape. Can cause minor skin irritation.
Leather – Affordable, lightweight, moderate security, not easy to keep clean while wearing.
Combo – Many leather devices have some metal (Gates of Hell). Some metal devices have leather straps (pods). Cleaning, security, etc may be affected by combination.
Security refers to how easy or hard it is to escape from the chastity device. No device is 100% inescapable. If the wearer is determined enough, he can break out. The Key Holder’s level of supervision and leverage over the wearer will determine the level of security needed.
|Leather||Low to Moderate|
|Piercing Fitted Devices||High|
Tube of Device
The tube of the device (the part the shaft of the cock goes into) is another consideration. Tubes can range from solid with just a slit at the bottom for pissing to open ended with head of the cock exposed. They can also be bars of cage or similar construction. The more airy the tube is, the easier it is to keep clean and sanitary. However, more airy models allow for greater access to the dick. So depending on how strict the chastity sentence will be, select the most airy tube you.
Some devices, like the pod series, encase the entire cock to include balls and shaft. These can be open or closed closed cages. The more open, the easier to clean.
Length of Sentence
Sentence refers to the amount of time the wearer will be in the chastity device. If it’s short term (a few days or less), you can pretty must go with anything. If it’s going to be longer term, you will want to take the material, security, and tube into consideration.
The wearer’s lifestyle will also be a determining factor in the device you select. If you are very active, you probably want a device that’s light weight and low profile. Plastic or silicone is probably best for people who do a lot aerobic exercise or travel (airport security metal detectors).
Here are some specific chastity devices to consider based on basic questions. I’ve matched about 1/2 of the more popular devices to you (the wearer) based how long you’ll be in wearing the it, how active you are, and how much supervision you’ll be under. The devices range in material, security, tube style. You can click any device to read the product info.
How long will you be wearing a chastity device?
How physically active are you?
How much supervision will your Key Holder provide?