Bondage frames seem to hate me, but this is on mutual basis, I hate them too. I've tried different versions of various sources and all of them a rather small in size on the ground, to low in height, wobbling around, moving around because they are to light and so one. If not all of that, at least one of those reasons apply.

 

The four legged bondage "spider" is my personal pet peeve. Sure it is very light and transportable and if you just need a rig to do something it perfectly serves the purpose. But don't swig you partner if this spider is not anchored deep in the ground (it never is) because it moves around, sliding away. The space in it is OK if you don't do anything except for standing straight up with your arms on your body. Anything else results in bumping against one of the legs or into the cross bars which prevent you from entering the rig from two directions limiting your movements even further. I have to admit that I'm of the larger kind but hey, even tall guys like me are doing bondage! So, if you do shows, forget it. If you want to have a sunset slow and cozy bondage session, it is worth a try.

 

A friend of mine turned up with a three legged solid steel rig once. No cross beams and all hand welded. Fine work. But even this monster of a "transportable" rig (100lbs) was slipping on the ground and made some interesting moves while a tied 160 pound guy got wobbly legs and the construction had to bear all this dead weight. And again, it is OK for demos but not for shows where you need SPACE.

 

So, where is the transportable construction with a width of 9ft (at least) on two legs, with a height of 9ft that doesn't bend, wobble or move? Give me a hint please!

 



Posted: 2009-01-17 19:48:44

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