La cage au coq: The Birdlock Review

It was Friday night. The weather was warm, so I’d left work an hour early and gone for good bike sprint. I changed, made dinner, stopped to see the guys, and had just gotten home. Mrs. Edge was away for the week, and I was talking to her on the phone, telling her about my day, when as I stepped out of the car, I felt something wriggle down the inside of my pants leg.

“What the hell?” I exclaimed.

“What? What is it?” she asked.

I looked at the small, brass padlock on the driveway next to my shoe.

“The freakin’ locking pin just broke,” I told her, “and the stupid lock just went down my pants leg.”

“Cheap crap,” she complained. “Do you have a spare?”

“A spare? No, I don’t have a spare – it’s brand new!”

“Well, then you better get your old one on right away,” she commanded.

And thus ended my four week trial of the new Birdlocked device.

A few months ago, the chastity community – such as it is – was all atwitter over the introduction of a new device (a rarity in itself ) that promised to be secure, comfortable, and affordable; qualities that are sought after by chastity enthusiasts like some kind of kinky Holy Grail. Like the Grail, however, the ideal chastity device is still elusive.

The Birdlocked at first glance looks like a puffy CB3000, being molded as a one-piece unit out of clear (well, translucent) silicone, which the manufacturers are trumpeting as “medical grade silicone.” I’m having a hard time finding what differentiates this from normal silicone, but I should point out that some dildos and other sex toys also claim to be made from this.

Anyone thinking that such a device would be too flimsy for normal use would be surprised at how durable it is. The silicone is about 1/8″ thick (3 – 4mm), and at least twice that in the section that holds the locking band. Some early models have ripped, but that seems to be from air bubbles in the molding, creating weakened areas. While I have no doubts that the devices can be torn, it’s not going to happen while you are wearing one.

Once you get past the “Hey, it’s all squishy” reaction when you open the box, you will realize that it has some heft to it; it’s almost as heavy as a CB6000, but the snug cuff ring will keep it from sliding down.

The cuff ring is attached to the body of the device, and is about 3/4″ wide. Those of you accustomed to the one-piece cuff rings on the CBxxxx line of devices will understand how to put in one testicle, then the other, and then finally smoosh your penis through, but even experienced kinksters will have a difficult time at first, simply because the wide cuff means that you have to hold onto whatever it is that you’ve smooshed through with one hand, smoosh other things through with the other hand, while bending the cage body out of the way with a third hand. I suggest loosening things up with a long, hot shower or bath first, because you’re going to need all the stretchiness you can get. Those of you who have only used the hinged cuff rings or the sectioned cuff rings on the 6k are in for a test.

I put mine on in the shower, and smooshed the wabbly bits through the cuff ring. It was easy to smear a little soap into the cage and squeeze everything else into place. The CBx000 devices depend on the hard plastic and some guide pins to keep wearers from bending the cage away from the cuff ring. The flexible Birdlock has a tether molded to the bottom front of the cage section that tethers to the bottom of the cuff ring by attaching to the locking strap. I pulled it forward and threaded the locking strap through the tether, and wrapped the strap around the cuff ring.

The cuff is flexible, and subject to stretching and bending, so the locking strap has a couple of different holes through which a small locking pin fits. The pin is smaller than the ones found in the 3k, and much shorter. The Birdlock company includes a small brass luggage padlock, about a third smaller than those that come with the 3k or 6k. The pics on the website show an Abus lock – a European company equivalent to Masterlock here in the US. That’s definitely not what I received – my brass minipadlock had such sharp edges that I scratched myself by accident. Before I put it near the expensive piece of plastic, I brought it down to the workshop to file off and buff out the edges and corners.

I’m hesitant to use the word “cheap”, because you probably don’t really need anything more substantial than the small luggage-style padlocks. Unfortunately, that was really the first thought that crossed my mind when I matched the lock to the pin, especially since the pin itself seemed pretty flimsy. However, since the pin only needs to keep the strap on the cuff ring, it shouldn’t be subject to much pressure or torque. Sadly, this is one more instance of the inattention to detail that one often sees from many fetish and BDSM supply shops. The CBx000 models rely on the pin to keep the sections together, so they need to be stronger.

The tether felt a little weird because I’m not used to wearing a ball splitter (it bisects the testicles), but being soft and squooshy, it wasn’t too uncomfortable. I put a little lotion around the potential chafing points after I dried off. Then I went off to a meeting, and was so comfortable that I forgot that I had it on.

Until it was time to pee.

I had counted on the inherent “stickiness” of the silicone to keep my penis in place, with the head positioned into the tapered end, and my urethra lined up with the small hole. However, after driving, walking, sitting, standing, climbing stairs, etc., somehow things got moved out of place, and the aforementioned inherent stickiness kept me from easily moving things back into place. Fortuantely, the bathroom was empty; I managed to grab a wad of toilet tissue in order to keep things from dripping all over my pants.

Lesson: smear some lube inside the cage in order to reposition yourself.

Mrs. Edge discovered it when we went to bed, and she spent a while feeling and fondling the new device, and decided that she had some small reservations, but overall we agreed it was worth keeping on for a while, so we decided to keep testing.

One of the difficulties in reviewing a product is trying to keep personal preferences from coloring the actual pros and cons, but in the case of something with such intimate use, it’s difficult to separate the opinions from the practicalities. For example, Mrs. Edge and I prefer to sleep in the nude, and she enjoys the feel of the device against her ass when we spoon. The Birdlock was a bit squishy, and to her, it didn’t feel substantial enough. In the past, I’ve heard the CBx000 devices referred to as “toys” by people who use the heavier steel devices, and I can now make a similar analogy. The squishiness certainly adds to the comfort, but the tradeoff is that if you are used to hard devices, it feels a bit… off.

The next morning I got up early to exercise, and discovered that some of my skin had swelled through the side vent holes. The holes are larger than those in the 3k, so it wasn’t painful, but it certainly looked odd. I reapplied some cream and exercised on the weight bench without a problem. I should point out that I don’t have a problem in the 3k, either, although the 3k does require some adjusting once in a while. I made coffee for Mrs. Edge and hopped into the shower.

The Birdlock is easy to clean, and the vent holes are just large enough to allow your pinkie finger to poke in and smear some soap around. I use a squeeze bottle to squirt warm water inside my 3k, and this trick worked just fine with the Birdlock. I was a little concerned about how well I would dry off inside the silicone tube, but as I discovered, it wasn’t an issue. Remembering my lesson, I smeared some lube inside the cage and got dressed for work.

Putting on my snug jeans is another test, and I was surprised to see that the Birdlocked actually had a little more of a bulge than my 3k. It wasn’t a weird looking bulge, like with the older 2k, but it was definitely noticeable, especially the round bulge made by the tip of the cage just past the seam of my crotch. You would think that the squishy cage tip would have conformed to the jeans, but what I discovered was that the much wider cuff was pulling everything further away from my body. The solid cuff rings are about 5/16″ wide, and the 6k ring is about 3/8″ wide, but the Birdlock is more than twice that width. The bulge was even more noticeable wearing my sweatpants, which meant that I had to remember to wear underwear under my sweats or gym shorts around the house; not only do we like to sleep in the nude, I prefer to go “commando” when possible. Other than the bulge, the Birdlock was comfortable under my jeans, and I wore them to work. During the next few days, I did find myself being aware of not leaning back in my chair when people were watching for fear that the bulge would show.

Again, though, peeing was a problem.

I’ve written how I modified the front slot of my 3k and my 6k to make it easier to line up my urethra in order to use the urinal. The Birdlock’s tapered head forced everything into place, and the little bit of lotion inside made it easy to just move things over a tad. But the tether kept me from pulling just the cage out of my pants; unlike in my loose dress pants the night before, I needed to maneuver my entire package out of my pants in order to pee. I eventually figured out the trick (part of which was to not wear the snug jeans).

Having been accustomed to the hard cuff rings, the flexy cuff of the Birdlock was a pleasure. I wasn’t as bothered by the extra pulling that some men have reported, although I did make the mistake of shaving right before I put it on; the wide cuff pressed on the hairs as they grew, making me itch fiercely for most of the week – even lubing up a few times a day wasn’t enough to relieve the itching. The second weekend had pleasant weather, and I found that I could easily work outside, bending, stretching, and doing yardwork with no appreciable loss of mobility, or need to adjust the device. I even dusted off the bike and went for a quick ride. And this is where the Birdlock shines: I didn’t have to adjust myself, nothing chafed, and my testicles didn’t get caught in any unforgotten corners of the cage. I rode several miles at a good clip on my road bike, the one with the shifters on the frame, so I was constantly bending over and pressing against the saddle (something which I have to be careful about in my 3k) and barely noticed that I was wearing a device.

And so it went for a couple of weeks. I didn’t have any real complaints except for the slightly more prominent bulge, and by the end of the week, even the itching was better as the hair grew back in under the ring. I found cleaning to be easy, especially if I used a squirt bottle to flush out the inside. I’ve long since learned to use lotion instead of baby oil on these devices because it’s much easier to clean. In two straight weeks locked up I didn’t have any hygiene issues, not did I develop any chafing or sore spots.

Two weeks, and then it was time for some play.

Blowing the chastity stereotype out of the water, Mrs. Edge prefers intercourse to oral, so we use a strap-on when I’m locked up. We have a nice leather one from Stormy Leather, and we have acquired a couple of very lifelike dildos from Blowfish – a little bit too lifelike at times, I think. I slipped on the harness, and tried it out. It fit well, and I think I was able to wear the dlido slightly lower on my hips than with the 3k, but I did not measure it or compare them side-by-side. Lower on the hips, of course, means more natural movements for me., which translates into a more natural feel for her.

As much as we like to test things out objectively here at Edge of Vanilla Labs, we haven’t figured out a statistically valid test for Mrs. Edge’s orgasms. Essentially, she lies there as I whisper dirty things in her ear and hold her closely, all the while using my hips for slow, deep thrusts. Mrs. Edge has the orgasmic capacity of a Chicago voter: she comes early and often. When she starts breathing heavily and digging her nails into my ass, though, I know it’s particularly good. Oddly enough, though, there was no fingernail digging.

Later, when discussing how it felt, she complained that she did not feel the cage press against her ass as it does when I’m wearing the 3k. Again, this is one of those very subjective issues – Mrs. Edge gets very turned on by the feel of the hard plastic cage against her; it lets her know that I’m still locked up. The Birdlocked flexed just a little too much for her tastes, which she found to be less arousing. Yes, she knows I’m wearing the cage, but the lack of tactile feedback cut things back a notch for her. It’s not a deal-breaker for her, and if we hadn’t already been used to the 3k and 6k, then it might not have even been noticeable, but it’s one of those variables that we need to factor in.

On impulse, she decided that she wanted to compare the “other cock” to the one in the cage. She opened the lock and we undid the locking band and tether, and I wriggled the silicone cage off. The smell was minimal (I rinse it at least twice a day), and as I washed off, I spun the cuff around so that the cage was dangling underneath, as Mrs. Edge wanted me to leave it on. While it was snug, it was uncomfortable as a cock ring, probably because it was too wide. But we managed to make do, and the cuff was just snug enough to keep me hard, even though I could feel it flexing a bit. After a few minutes, Mrs Edge was satisfied, and we (after a few more minutes, a cold washcloth, and a lot of lube) were able to wrangle the cage back on.

We wouldn’t be Edge of Vanilla Labs if we didn’t make some kind of modification to a device. Later in the week, I removed the cage for a few days and covered up the two round vent holes at either side in the center of the device. My skin was constantly swelling out of the sides, and while it was never as painful as it had been with the 3k or 6k, it was still a bit irritating. I cleaned the cage thoroughly with soap and then again with alcohol, and placed tape along the inside of the cage (no small feat – the silicone seems resistant to the stickum ), then smeared clear silicone caulking into the hole and around the outside. After giving it a few days to set, the cage wen t back on. I was concerned that closing the vent holes might affect the cage because the silicone tends to cling to me, but I couldn’t tell any difference – except, of course, that my skin didn’t swell out of the sides anymore.

I swapped back and forth between the Birdlock and the 6k for a few days until I was sure that the silicone would hold, and wouldn’t harm the cage, and by the time Mrs. Edge left for a week to visit family, I had been back in the Birdlock for another week. The rest of the week was uneventful; I exercised a lot, rode my bike, mowed the lawn, went to meetings, and tried to wear pants that wouldn’t show up the bulge too much. By the end of the fourth week (a few nights before she was to come home) I thought that things were holding up just fine, so I was rather surprised – and irritated – to have been derailed by crack in the locking pin. I think it might have happened during a bike sprint, but I have no way of knowing. It’s possible that the lock simply got caught wrong in my underwear and bent the pin back when I was lifting something. So, later that night, I was back in my 6k in which I spent the next few days waiting for Mrs. Edge. Of course, I split the seam on that a few days after she got back, but that’s another story.

At this point in any other review, I’d be giving the product a “Thumbs up” or something equally inane. Unfortunately, it’s not quite so easy with the Birdlock. I tend to rate chastity devices on three main points: Comfort, Convenience, and Security. Overall, we liked the device: it’s comfortable – I barely knew that I had it on most of the time, and I didn’t have to keep adjusting it while biking and exercising. I found it to be fairly easy to clean and maintain, and in four weeks I wasn’t able to pull out of it.

But . . .

I didn’t care for the itchiness from having my hair grow back under the wide cuff ring. I have no idea what it would be like otherwise, since I generally shave or trim regularly. The bulge was larger than I would have expected; we had hoped for a device that would be convenient to wear under swim trunks or snug bicycle shorts; the 3k and 6k show up a bit more than I’d like, and the Birdlock disappointingly more so. And just the fact that it shows up a bit more in regular pants makes this a second choice for our own regular usage. I don’t have any complaints about the security, either, except that by the middle of the fourth week, I was able to give myself some stimulation by continually squeezing the soft cage. It took a while, and it wasn’t worth moaning over, but I was able to bring myself to a reasonably satisfying orgasm (Ssssh! This is just between you and me, okay? Don’t tell Mrs. Edge.). That’s minus quite a few points on the Security scale.

As to the more subjective points, both Mrs. Edge and I had some misgivings about the flexy silicone. We decided that we both like the hard plastic of the CB3000 and CB6000; compared to them, the Birdlocked felt a bit more like a toy, or not for “serious” play. As mentioned earlier, for years I’ve been hearing that owners of the expensive steel belts dislike the plastic devices for much the same reason. The Birdlock had too much give for us when spooning in bed at night, and as mentioned before she couldn’t feel it enough during sex. And as to the construction of the device, while I’m convinced that it will not fall apart under normal use, I was disappointed by the rather cheap feel and flimsiness of the plastic locking pin. Even the plastic strap that goes around the cuff ring was stretching by the time I had to remove it. And again, the sharp corners on the cheap luggage lock were inexcusable. I’m fortunate to be handy with tools in order to repair and modify what I need; most people, though, are not, and should not have to do so in order to use a device for the purpose which it is sold. The CBx000 devices ship with a full set of rings and a decent Masterlock. There’s no reason that the Birdlock can’t ship with an extra locking pin and locking strap.

All in all, I would recommend the Birdlock for newbie wearers and for people just experimenting with chastity and orgasm denial, but for those who already own a 3k or 6k, I’d suggest that unless your device gives you some serious comfort issues, then you probably don’t have anything to gain by adding the Birdlock to your collection. It’s a great concept, but it needs some re-thinking and fine tuning before it replaces the more widely known devices already on the market.

About Tom Allen

The Grey Geezer Dauntless defender of, um, something that needed dauntless defending. Dammit, I can't read this script without my glasses. Hey, you kids, get off my damn lawn!
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33 Responses to La cage au coq: The Birdlock Review

  1. leathermax says:

    thanks Tom. I’ve been waiting for this review. We all out here so appreciate the good work at EoV labs. My main hope was for a device I could wear cycling and a little more comfortable in jeans. Looks like I stick with my 3000.

    • Tom Allen says:

      LM, don’t get me wrong – it you’re a serious cyclist, then the Birdlock might be worth adding to your collection; it really was practically unnoticeable, even on my road bike.

      That said, I just bought a gel saddle cover for my hybrid, and that has helped mitigate some of the pinching and uncomfortable spots when I’m in my 3k. In fact, I might buy another saddle cover for my road bike so I’ll be motivated to take that out more often.

  2. thumper says:

    Yippee! The review I’ve been waiting for!

    …by the middle of the fourth week, I was able to give myself some stimulation by continually squeezing the soft cage. It took a while, and it wasn’t worth moaning over, but I was able to bring myself to a reasonably satisfying orgasm.

    Just as I suspected. Hard, unyielding plastic does have its advantages. And don’t worry, I won’t tell anyone about your little indiscretion!

    Thanks for the write-up, Tom. Very thorough.

  3. Aarkey says:

    Thanks for the in depth review Tom. I definitely think that there is some awesome potential with this new device, but just like the CB-2000 – there is definite room (and even need) for improvement.

    I personally found the locking pin and the lock themselves to be so poor in quality that it was almost an affront. If I’m spending over $100 on something, parts as critical as that should at least be of reasonable quality as well.

    Either way, I do think it’s a classic example of two steps forward, and one step back.

    And as to the grail clip… Well… I could stay a *bit* longer… 😉

    • Tom Allen says:

      I can’t believe that this new company would put the money into developing a new device, and then skimp on the crappy, cheap lock. I mean, hell, most people would not grudge the extra five bucks for a nicer Abus. Or even a slightly thicker locking pin so that you could use a better padlock.

      Yes, there’s room for improvement. I can imagine a more solid cuff ring with a way to use just the flexible cage and tether; that might solve the problems that some people have with the cuff being too tight and cutting off circulation.

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  5. MyKey says:

    excellent review. Thanks! I want one more now…

    I suspect one would have to be pretty horny before it became easy to cum in it, no?

    M

  6. susans.pet says:

    Tom,

    As usual, you have done a great service to the (kinky) community. I especially like your metaphor, ” Mrs. Edge has the orgasmic capacity of a Chicago voter: she comes early and often.” Priceless!

  7. Ctredford says:

    I had to laugh, this is exactly what happen to me in the parking lot of Home Depot. BTW your help in correcting the problem was right on.

  8. LL says:

    Wish I’d found your site earlier. I just ordered a Birdlocked Mini and now I”m not so sure it’s the greatest thing ever.

    I can live with a CB3000 even though it feels like I have to hide a baseball bat in my pants. Maybe I should’ve ordered the CB6000S instead of the BL.

    Oh well, we’ll see.

  9. LF says:

    I own the BirdLocked device, and first I was impressed because of the comfort but after 24h or so I got like a burning (in a bad way) sensation in the skin on the posterior side of the scrotum, probably because of the skin folds not being able to get apart as a result of the elastic properties. But the most disappointing thing was that it was so easy to escape. One can easily force a finger into it and pull out. 😦

  10. LimpyDick says:

    Tom, I’ve been waiting for a comprehensive review and you are the man! This is great information. I have been considering the Birdlocked due to some discomfort issues with the CB3000. I think I’ll wait for a revised version that isn’t so tight and the locking quality is better. But, it sounds like avid athletes could use one while exercising or playing then switch back into the steel or polycarbonate models. Thanks!

  11. Tom Allen says:

    I don’t want to give the impression that I didn’t like the Birdlock. It’s not a bad device, and it’s really quite comfortable – at least, it was for me.

    But I don’t like the idea of needing to put it on for exercising, then swap it later with my 3k – mainly because I work out three to five times a week, and getting in and out of the Birdlock is a bit fiddly. That, and Mrs. Edge doesn’t always have the key at home. She sometimes leaves it at work so she’s not tempted to use it.

    I think that the cuff could be better – perhaps not as wide, with more options to adjust the diameter. That might help with the bulging in yoru pants, which, personally, I dislike because it’s just a little bit too obvious. Hell, I finally stopped worrying if people noticed the 3k or 6k under my clothes.

    Now, if they could only just make a device that wouldn’t make a bulge under those spandex bike shorts.

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  14. Dale says:

    Review of the birdlock.
    Received the mini birdlock 3 days after ordering. I put it on immediately and locked it within an hour as everything seem to fit ok. I had no trouble putting it on. I have worn other CB devices and it did not seem that different in easy of getting balls thru the ring.

    I have worn it for about a week. I used lotion to put it on and more lotion every day. During normal wear it is comfortable. When crossing my legs it can pinch. I played tennis and never noticed it.

    Today I tried to remove it. I have the locking strap at the narrowest setting; however, when completely flacid I can use my thumb against the upper base of my penis and draw the penis out of the cage. Then, it is a simple matter of allowing one ball to flow thru the ring and then the second ball to flow.

    The first time this took less than a minute, and I imagine one could get better with practice. Usually getting out is only half the problem. I was able to insert my balls, one at a time by first drawing sac skin thru the ring and pushing the ball to fill the skin. With both balls thru the ring, it was more challenging to insert my penis. However, the cage is very flexible and the flacid penis is flexible and every thing can work out. It took about 5 minutes to put everything back.

    So for some of us, ( erect penis 6+ inches, flacid penis 2 inches, balls – oblate spheroid 2.5x 2.25 x 1.75 ) it is not so secure.

    I apologize if this is too much sharing.
    Enjoy your blog, your true stories are some of the hottest stuff I’ve read. Good luck and thanks for the site.

    • Riaan Viljoen says:

      Thank you for the honest reply.
      This is a common problem and is something that I also wanted to know.

      Me and my wife also dabble in Male Chastity and the CB-3000 hurts like hell, was thinking of upgrading to the Birdlocked. But based on your honest reply I will settle for the CB-6000S using the Points of intrigue.

  15. steve says:

    excellent and comprehensive review. i have one query though. i have a cb6000 but there is a problem from the point of view from i grow rather than show. i find it is therefore quite easy to pull out of the back of the thing. does it sound like the tighter and wider ring on the birdlocked device would solve this problem?

    • Tom Allen says:

      Steve, I have found that the best combinations seem to be larger cuff rings with smaller spacers, and vice versa. Pull-out is a common problem, which is why we use the KSD-G3 on both the 6k and the 3k.

      I canb’t say if the BL would be better for you personally, but I’m really at the point where I think I wasted my money on that device. In my opinion, it’s really not very secure, and some men have reported being able to work their testicles through the center strap, enabling them to remove the cage entirely.

  16. dan cole says:

    I too have had problems with the locking pin
    breaking and the cheap locking strap on the mini.
    I also have modified the device by using a large
    tie wrap and cutting it too the right length for me
    by making it somewhat smaller in diameter.
    I took one of the large pins from the cb2and cb3
    cut it to length needed, then drilled a small hole for
    the lock. The pins from the cbx series must be
    stronger as you say because it has never broken

  17. Reg Casonn says:

    Hi — I have 2 chastitys – CB2000 , the discontinued Remy , and a stainless st. belt – Gotheles. I find the new semi flexible chastity – Birdlock – to be what I would produce IF I had the capability. But – what if You took the security band narrowed it , and used one of the nylon ratcheting cable ties instead of an actual lock — perhaps half the width of this Birdlock , stronger , narrower , no metal parts . . . Thou that would do nothing for the surprising overall bulk.

  18. Tom Allen says:

    Reg –

    I’ve thought about doing just that, in fact, but the BL just isn’t what I would choose to wear for myself for any lengthy period. The squishy tube makes it too easy to stimulate yourself to an orgasm, and the security band necessarily makes it more difficult o use a urinal. These are big issues in my book, although apparently not everybody things the same way.

    That said, if your KH signed a thick cable tie (and you can buy some with attached tags), and if you didn’t mind having to sit down to pee, and if your KH didn’t mind about the squeezability, then it’s actually a good device. It’s comfortable, and less likely to be a problem when exercising.

  19. Mike says:

    Thanks for a great review. I find my cb-3000 unbearably painful during the night when I get an erection. Do you think I might be able to sleep properly with a Birdlock?

  20. JackStrap says:

    Mike: Had my share of pain with largest PA5000. No such thing with Birdlocked PA. Peeing however is a different issue: I fill the cage quite completely and not drop but a spoonful remains :I

  21. Joe Smith says:

    My birdlocked arrived – I was locked up for the test – my birdlocked test results follow. Two big problems; even after ordering according to the instructions concerning size my testicles became cold and very painful and security is a big problem – it is not a problem to push the penis out and back in due to the super soft design of birdlock.

    Birdlocked test result – a real no go!

  22. Jokisfiu says:

    Dear Tom Allen!

    I would like to ask You for some help. I have a CB3000 now, my only problem with it is, that when I wear jeans throusers, it can be noticed, that something is not all right. It is a bit conspicouos. Some people have even refleced it, of course they havent known, what was under my pents, but I felt a bit uncomfortable. When I first time have read about this Birdlocked item, I thaught that this could be the soultion. I even had read, that You can wear it under swimsuit. But if I have understood Your writing well, You have written, that the bulge was even bigger, then You’d be wearin the 3000 or the 6000. So is this Birdlocked really even more noticable, than the CB3000/6000 or have I miunderstood it?
    Thank You very much in advance!

    • Tom Allen says:

      Jok, you are correct. The Birdlock actually created *more* of a bulge in my jeans because the wide cuff ring caused all my wabbly bits to stick out more from my body.

      My CB3000 does create a small bulge in snug jeans, but nobody has commented on that to me. I do wear it under swimming suits, but I have found that the larger, baggy style (like men’s shorts) are the best for not showing the bulge.

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  25. n00b says:

    Just bought this as my first CB. Wish I had read this first. After an hour soaking in a hot bath, I still can’t fit a single testicle through the ring.

    • Luv Heels says:

      I had the same problem. No matter what I did, I couldn’t even get my balls through the ring, never mind my cock too. Since I couldn’t return it for an exchange I cut the ring and relied on tightening the strap down to hold it on. That ended up being way too tight and uncomfortable for me. Today I just got the CB-6000 and it’s so easy to put on. I’ve already been in it comfortably for 2 hours. I guess the Birdlocked and chastity devices like it can work for some, but if you’ve got tight balls, the CB-6000 is probably a better choice.

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  27. Mike says:

    Yeah, i dunno. I got the pico model, i was expecting more pain from the spikes during erection. And a easily escapable device as well as the cb curve, but at least the curve locks your nuts into place, to give you something to think about before pulling out of it. This device just comes off with no effort.

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