Well here we go again. Friday we finally received the Exobelt that we ordered a few weeks ago. I did everything a smart consumer would do. I researched the device, searched for consumer reviews and, with my husbands opinion, decided to buy the Exobelt X1. I was so excited when my husband walked in with the box. Finally he would be in chastity, yeah!!! I opened the box and unwrapped the device. When I unwrapped the Exobelt my first thought was it would definitely be noticeable under clothes. Most days my hubby wears jeans and this contraption would stick out big time. The second thought was how heavy and bulky it was. We sat down and he tried it on. After getting the solid ring on, my husband put on the inside tube that is used to hold the penis in place. Tight fit but after some maneuvering he got it on. Then it was time to put the two pieces together. Now, my husband is no porn star, he is an average sized guy with a lovely package. I am not sure who's balls these are made for but it was very difficult to stuff his jewels into this device. He got very frustrated but amused me by trying to get the thing on. Where the bottom comes together his skin kept poking through and getting pinched. When he did finally get the skin on the bottom to not stick out, his penis would be bulging out. After a while he got the whole thing in place after he removed the inside tube. The inside tube was not on, there was just no way the thing would close with the interior tube in place. There was no way everything he's got was going to fit in this tiny contraption. After we got all the parts and locks secured he sat back and in one swoop pulled the entire thing off. By this point I was resigned to the fact that another $200 had just gone down the drain. My mind is still trying to figure out a way for this thing to work but it is all pipe dreams. What is the point of putting my husband in chastity if he can get out? There's not.
Now onto our experience with the CB3000. Regarding functionality and workmanship, the CB3000 is superb. Once the device is attached it is invisible under clothes. It is sleek and smooth. I can understand why it is the most popular belt out there. The only problem is it doesn't work. I am sure there are some men that can not pull out, but I think most can, that is why there are add on's like the KSD and the Points of intrigue. Along with the CB3000 I have purchased solid rings to replace the hinged ones, the KSD add on and the points of intrigue. The points of intrigue are devilish little things and I do not see how they can be worn regularly without causing damage. The KSD add on is a great security device to make pulling out impossible, the only problem is it causes the skin to bunch and pinch in between the device and ring. There is also a warning about what to do if your penis gets stuck. Now I am all for chastity, and believe me I want to keep him locked up, but I don't want him hurt. Screw that!!! Instead of having a frustrated man in a good way, I will end up having a cranky, complaining, whining man. Now if I wanted the latter I would force him to wear the KSD but that is not what I want.
So, is a piercing the way to go. Well I am not sure. I came across a great post from Ms. Alice who seems to be having the same problem with chastity as I am. I want to learn from other people's trials and not repeat them. Here is her article. I really wish I would have read this article prior to purchasing both the CB3000 and the Exobelt. I would be over $500 richer right now. There are several things I could spend $500 bucks on. Back to the piercing, she stated that her husbands frenum migrated, that her husband no longer has a frenum. Well I am not sure what she means, but you can bet your ass I will be asking her. I absolutely love my husbands frenum and I don't want it migrating anywhere!!!!!
Final thoughts. In thinking back on the research I did regarding the CB3000 and the Exobelt I realized most (if not all) the reviews I read were posted by men. While I do not doubt that these devices work for certain men, I believe for most they don't. The posts that I read by men were missing one important thing. The perspective of their keyholders. What I am thinking is that the men who posted about how secure their CB's are probably have themselves in chastity. If you hold the key, you can unlock yourself at any time, so security really doesn't matter! In reading the articles and benefits of chastity, I still want to have my husband locked up, but I do not want to find myself in Ms. Alice's shoes, $2,000 later and still no chastity. So, are any of the non-fiction stories out there in internet land real, who knows. What I am now looking for are chastity experiences from the keyholders perspective. One article that seems promising is one by Mistress Lori. She makes chastity tubes that require a piercing. I think Ms. Alice has already tried this device too. I will be talking with her more. If anyone has solid slutions to the dilemma of male chastity I would love to hear from you. Preferably Ladies, although I am sure there are some guys out there that have a reality based perspective. I wish I had better news. Sorry guys!!