electro toys

Discussion in 'General fetish discussions' started by shauwn, Oct 27, 2012.

  1. shauwn

    shauwn Member

    I've never tried some of the shock toys out there, but I'm very curious about them and think I'd love to experience that...
    I'd love to hear from any that have tried them. Are they painful? where are they best applied? That kinda stuff.
     
  2. Smallest

    Smallest Moderator

    I think stanley jeffries is very into it all. My only advice is to use toys made for human shocking (I just saw terrible fake porn using jumper cables, and there are lots of horror stories about milder stuff).
     
  3. shauwn

    shauwn Member

    Jumper cables!?!?! wow, that sounds serious....
    and I guess I haven't heard the horror stories about electro torture, but I could see if it got carried away it could be...well, pretty painful!
    Does anyone have experience with dog shock collars? are they safe to use on humans?
     
    Last edited: Oct 27, 2012
  4. TRANZIT

    TRANZIT Banned

    I've never tried some of the shock toys out there, but my wife likes!
     
  5. shauwn

    shauwn Member

    So which kinda shock devices does she like? I was at Walmart today & found a bug swatter (about the size of a racquet ball racquet) that has wire mesh & a button on the handle....
    so I had to try...it gave me a pretty good zap! I'm thinking this may have some potential ; )
    I really would love to try dog shock collars too!
     
  6. sebastian

    sebastian Active Member

    My advice, if you're really curious about electro play, is to do some serious online research before you go too far. Electro play can be very risky (since electricity can interfere with the heart's rhythm), so you need to know what's safe, what's not, and how you can and can't use it.

    In general, purpose-built toys like the Eros-Tek are safer than jury-rigging something on your own, but toys that operate on small batteries (like electric bug zappers) are unlikely to cause a problem as long as you use them for zapping rather than a sustained effect (by 'zapping' I mean making a quick slap with the toy, rather than leaving it in contact with the skin for a prolonged period). But use it on the extremities and not on the chest, and make sure your partner doesn't have a pace-maker or other implanted medical device.
     

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