The Vice is a proprietary device which revolutionizes the entire chastity device market. The Vice is made of medical grade polycarbonate for durability and cleanliness and it can be worn 24/7, only to be removed for cleaning. The Vice incorporates the use of an anti-pullout device which is integrated with the overall design of the chastity device.
- Hinged anti-pullout
- Textured design prevents pullout
- The longer the device is worn, the more effective the anti-pullout becomes
- Includes 3 anti-pullout sizes
- Optional locking pin cap to wear The Vice without the anti-pullout
The anti-pullout device is a hinged clamp which is fastened around the cage. The two tabs on the inside of the anti-pullout device are inserted into the cage and hold the users member into place. The anti-pullout is then locked atop of the device with a padlock, locking the entire device into place. Once the device is secure, pulling out of it is nearly impossible.
The anti-pullout device comes in 3 sizes, and goes unnoticed once it’s installed. The anti-pullout has a textured pattern on the insides of the tabs, where it meets the skin. The longer the device is worn, the more the skin forms to the texture, effectively making it more difficult, even impossible, to pullout without experiencing moderate-intense pain. Skin is very elastic, enabling it to form to the texture, and return to its normal shape after the device is removed; causing no permanent damage. The wearer does not experience pain while wearing the device, unless he tries to pullout.
- Hypoallergenic polycarbonate cage
- Cage walls are thicker than competitor models, and welded together, making splitting nearly impossible from regular use
- Flange is reinforced by spacer and anti-pullout
The cage is made of hypoallergenic medical grade polycarbonate. The walls of the cage are slightly thicker than other well-known polybcarbonate devices, providing a stronger device which is less susceptible to splitting. The two cage halves are sonically welded together, yielding a stronger bond from the additional thickness of the cage itself. The cage can withstand pressure up to 20 psi, which is 8.6 times more than the average erection!
The flange, which is most susceptible to splitting, has been outfitted with several innovations to prevent said splitting from occurring, the first being the spacer. The spacer has a plate which runs from one end of the flange to the other, to provide additional support, and help disperse the stress caused from the lock.
The second support system lies within the anti-pullout. The anti-pullout has a plate which also runs from one end of the flange to the other, and encases the locking pin. The lock runs through the anti-pullout, and thus the locking pin, closing the entire assembly shut. The stress caused from the lock is passed onto the anti-pullout, which is then dispersed amongst the entire flange, instead of the flange receiving direct contact from the lock.