Also, if you want to read more, here's a post I did on nipple torture.
And check out these bargain, high quality clover clamps here ($7.25).
|Medical style clamps|
|Clamps with rubberized tips: Alligator and tweezer styles.|
|Screw nipple clamp (with no spring)|
|Jewelry styled chain for a dainty slave|
Chains and AttachmentsAnother factor to consider with nipple clamps is...is there a chain or any way to attach things like
weights? Chains are handy because they can be tied to things, used as a leash or just appreciated for their aesthetic appeal. Additionally, chains are great because it keeps pairs of clamps together and makes the pair of clamps much easier to find.
|Weighted clover clamps: |
they get tighter with more weight
Special Features on Clamps
|Vibrating nipple clamps with controller|
NOTE: I have seen vibrating clamps go for as much as $80 in stores...which is a rip off as you can get a pair of vibrating nipple clamps here for $15 ;)
SafetyNipple clamps cut of the blood flow to the area and therefore should never be left on for longer than 15 minutes to avoid damaging the tissue (and 10 minutes is a safer maximum time to use.) If the skin begins to turn purple or blue, that's a bad sign and the clamp should be removed. Cutting off circulation of bloodflow is a significant risk if left on for too long and should definitely be avoided. You should ALWAYS check the tightness of a nipple clamp on yourself before using it on somebody else. Also, any form of 'vice grip' style clamp that suddenly snaps shut should definitely be avoided.
|There is also electric nipple clamps:|
but that's another post with its own
Nerve damage can be cumulative so nipple clamps used daily on the exact same spot are much more
likely to cause nerve damage than a one time use or occasional use with recovery times in between. Nipple nerves that are frequently compressed become slightly damaged over time and this damage adds up so clamps that you used exactly the same way for the previous 7 days may suddenly become much more intense or kill the nerve/pain sensation entirely on the 8th day. (This could take 2 months...it's very hard to say how long) so it is best to vary the use of the clamps to different body parts and use them in different ways (aka different parts of the nipple) to allow areas some recovery time.)