> Birdlocked Pico
Birdlocked Pico Price: $198.45
The Birdlocked Pico comes with a
Warning: this material is intended for trained individuals and not for amateurs of extreme toys. The spikes are made of flexible silicone, prolonged usage may provoke extreme sensations.
Contains no toxic material or heavy metals
Resistant to chemical agents
Easy to wear (like a cock ring).
Causes no pain during nocturnal erections
Has seven air holes, which makes it perfectly suited to wear it for extended periods
Both penis and sheath are easy to clean without having to remove the sheath
Hypoallergenic therefore no irritation, even over prolonged periods
The material is flexible, but does not allow removal of the penis because of itís innovating locking mechanism.
Once the proper cock ring setting has been found, removing the penis becomes impossible
It is very discreet, even invisible under clothes
The strap may be cut easily in case of emergency.
How to use.
Prior to wearing the sheath, it is recommend you lubricate the inside of the ring and sheath to make the introduction easier.
Lay the sheath down flat, so that a tip of the triangle points to your navel. Slip the testicles through the ring.
Next, slip the penis through the ring, and replace the ring in its normal position.
Lift the sheath and slide the penis inside.
Place the closing straps and adjust them around the sheath held by the closing rivet
Fix the padlock to the rivet and give your partner the keys.
How to select the ring diameter?
The most popular size ring is a 45mm diameter. However, other diameters are available.
The following is a 4-step procedure to help you determine the right diameter for you.
Take a string some 30 cm (12 inches) long, and place it around youíre your scrotum and penis. Remember not to use elastic string, as this would skew the measurements.
Make a double knot: the string should be tight enough to make it difficult for you to slip a finger under it, yet not so strong as to cut off the blood flow. Leave the string on for 5 minutes,
Cut the string with a pair of scissors, taking care not to hurt yourself while doing so.
Measure the length of the string, and consult the following table
119-132mm (4.68-5.2 inches) = 40mm Birdlocked
133-148mm (5.21-5.82 inches) = 45mm Birdlocked
149-163mm (5.83-6.41 inches) = 50mm Birdlocked