I have been wearing the CB6000 chastity cage for a few weeks now, and thought I would give some form of review from wearing it, especially before my new cage arrives in the mail this week.
It should be obvious, but some may not see this. The male body is not designed to have a plastic cage locked onto his cock and balls. It is possible to hurt yourself while wearing a plastic cage on your cock. The best advice I can give you is to listen to your body, if you start feeling pain, I would advise that you take it off. Take your time working up wearing the CB6000 long term.
As there are a number of parts to the CB6000 chastity cage, each part can offer some level of discomfort.
The first and most important part of comfort for a device like the CB6000 is the back ring that sits behind the balls. Luckily the CB6000 comes with a variety of back ring sizes. The largest has a diameter of 50mm and the smallest is about 39mm. Most people recommend that a beginner to chastity starts with the largest ring. The design of the CB6000 back rings allow the back ring to be put on without being a full ring, and for the first few weeks I put on the back ring without the full ring, however more recently I have been putting on the ring as if it is a solid ring.
The cage itself is feels fine, I personally find that it is too narrow and when putting it on I find that it pushes the skin out as I try to secure the device to the ring. People have mentioned using the “sock” method but I find it doesn’t work on a regular basis. Apart from being difficult to get into the cage remains relatively comfortable, however I have generally only worn it through the winter months here in winter. Summer may be a different story. Time will tell.
Due to the closed nature of the CB6000, I found that I had to clean it at least once a day. Also being closed means that urinating leaves the cage dirty, and being a “clean freak” I can’t stand a dirty chastity cage, especially for more than a few hours. I’m looking forward to a more open and cleaner chastity cage when it arrives in a few days.
The CB6000 comes with a number of rings in varying sizes, as well as spacers of various lengths to keep the cage secure. For all the combinations I tried the cage felt comfortable, however with the larger spacer I found that in certain positions I could pop my testicles out without too much trouble. I did find that the shorter spacer made the device more secure and it was actually painful to pop a testicle out. It is still possible to remove the device but my pain threshold meant if I felt pain I could usually prevent getting out of the device.
Overall the CB6000 is a decent first timers chastity device to allow sizing of a chastity device for your anatomy before upgrading to a far more expensive custom metal chastity cage from the likes of Mature Metal or SteelWorkxx.