Ever since I knew I would be sent another toy from the Master Series, I have been excited to test it. We received the nipple stretcher in the beginning of the month and planned to test it the first weekend we had it, but then I got the flu. So much so that I had a fever for five days. When my health started to improve, we again made plans to test the toy and then… Master T got sick. Yep, my fault!
Now, finally, we have tested the nipple stretcher, something I have looked forward to with mixed feelings. You see, this toy has nipple clamps, which hurt so much! Clover clamps, to be precise. I have a love-hate-relationship with those.
Before I tell you about the testing experience, let met tell you more about the toy itself…
Packaging & Contents
These Master Series clamps are packed in a firm black box with a window on the front through which you can see the stretchers. Just looking at them through the plastic window already is quite intimidating.
Shape ‘n Size & Material
The bottom of each stretcher is a circle, from which an arc runs from one side to the other. In the middle of the arc is a large ‘bolt’ with a wing nut and from that hangs the clover clamp. The frame is made of stainless steel, as is the clover clamps. Obviously this toy doesn’t contain latex or phthalates. The ‘cage’ (arc) is about 15 centimeters high and 5 centimeters in diameter.
How does it work?
You put the ring over the nipple and attach the clamp to the nipple. To stretch the nipple, you turn the wing nut to pull the nipple up. Turning the wing nut either increase or decrease the power of the pull.
My experience with and opinion of the product
I walked into the bedroom hours before we were to go to bed on Sunday. My eyes immediately fell on the stretchers that my husband had unpacked. I shivered. They really look mean the way they proudly stood there, waiting to be used. I knew what was coming.
That evening, after I already had several orgasms and was getting hornier by the minute, Master T suddenly said: “It’s time to hurt you.” I shivered again, but this time I didn’t know whether it was because of nerves or excitement. He placed the ring at the bottom over my nipple. I put my finger in the top to hold the stretcher in place. Master T then attached the clover clamp to my nipple, which immediately made me moan. He took a couple of photos before he turned the wing nut to tighten the grip on my nipple. Oh. My. Gosh! The more he turned the wing nut, the more it hurt. I have no idea how many times he turned it – I didn’t want to look – before I asked him to stop. The pain was constant and intense.
Master T repeated the entire process with the second clamp.
However, I cannot say that I hate this new toy of us. In fact, I am quite intrigued by it. The thought of not being able to influence the amount of pain I have is both scary and exciting. Had I not held the stretchers in place when we tested them, they would probably have hurt a lot more.
I believe these stretchers will become a permanent part of Master T’s toy bag, the one he takes with him when we go to a hotel. I might just blog about it again then… or share more photos. Or both.
PS: The quality of the photos is not the best, since Master T had to do it with his phone when he discovered the battery of his Nikon was empty. I guess this just means we need to make more photos, right?
Where to buy?
You can buy the Master Series Clover Clamp Nipple Stretcher at Überkinky for 60 pounds.
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