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1 3/4 inches (4.45cm) - Also known as Ring Size #3
1 5/8 inches (4.13cm) - Also known as Ring Size #4
1 1/2 inches (3.8cm) - Also known as Ring Size #5
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|SKU / Product Code||81145|
|Width||Size 1: 5cm (2 inches), Size 2: 4.7cm (1.87 inches) Size 3: 4.4cm (1.75 inches) Size 4: 4cm (1.63 inches) Size 5: 3.8cm (1.5 inches)|
|Does Not Come With||Chastity device, guiding pins or base|
|Does Not Include||Latex, Phthalates|
|Customer Review Summary|
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|1 Reviews (1)|| |
I bought a CB6k having had little success with the metal tube versions (I find that it is far too easy to slip out) but have had to do quite a number of running repairs. First the tube split along the seams (causing pinching enough to draw blood and scar - couldn't see how bad as it was underneath at the time) and after repairing that with special plastics glue, one of the the splitter rods broke off. Repaired that and now the perfect ring size for me has broken - the little loop at the top has snapped off. Considering you get 5 rings - 1 of each size as well as all the spacers, tube and padlock for about £100 I expected the rings to be better priced (it would cost the same to replace all rings as a new device) and as they don't appear to last long it does seem like throwing money away.
I am torn between going for yet another short term fix (as I know the rings won't last) or investing in an alternative, less fragile but secure device. Even at half this price, it seems expensive for something you know ill not last
- How Much??? OUCH!!!
Of the CB devices of which I have owned all, I personally found the u-ring type of the CB6000 one of the most comfortable. However as they are made of Polycarbonate, they really don't last so it is good to find somewhere that sells replacement parts. Whilst its unlikely that you are going to need all 5 (as supplied with each complete device) it is incredibly difficult to justify the pricing of these individually. Considering a complete device with 5 various rings as well as the cage, guiding pins and plates, a variety of locking pins and spacers, Padlock and key (also some tamper-proof plastic locks in some cases) - all supplied in a zip up branded bag costs about the same price as just 5 of these rings if bought individually is a joke.
I doubt this is purely down to the retailer (in this case Uberkinky) as they maybe directed by the manufacturer or supplier. At most, I would expect a full set of 5 to cost around £30 as a cage costs about £70 it is still allowing for some mark-up as we all know the sum of the parts if bought individually is usually more than the complete set.
It would be very very difficult to recommend buying a replacement ring at these prices or even at half this price - especially as the chances are it will break again. I would recommend trying one of the closest sized rings already supplied and maybe using a different locking pin and spacer combination to get a similar fit.
The main issue is the end rings. These are the main load bearing part but also the thinnest part too. Ideally they should be reinforced to give them added strength...
- Confused by the sizeing system
The sizing of the rings is somewhat confusing, in the drop down menu to select the size you have listed the ring sizes as below:-
No 5 1.12 inches, 3.8 cm - it should be shown as a fraction ie ( 1 1/2 inches) its the same for all the other sizes you hare showing them as decimals not as a fraction as they should be.
The rings need to be made of a stronger material they soon start to show signs of cracking where the locating pins pass through them and the price of nearly £19 each is excessive .
NOTE: This has now been sorted - UberKinky
- Too dear
This is the only site where I have found I can buy replacement rings for the CB6000, the main failing with these is the holes in the ends crack and break off. At nearly £19 each they work out expensive when they only last less than 3 months.
Have seen the other "H" section ones nbut they are not as comfortable when worn for long periods of time.
- A Complete Waste Of My Money
For a start the "U-Ring" is grossly over priced for what it is!
And secondly its so tight you struggle to get the pin's to slide in, Then you can't get it apart either!!
The amount of extra strain / pressure on the tiny eyelets lead me to believe it won't last any thing like as long as the original. And as I say you can't get it apart without prising it off. Dangerous to say the least so I binned it, waste of money.Tthanks
I've recently purchased the CB-6000s and having tried the largest "u" ring in the box I would like to try a larger ring size, searching on the net I've found some by AL enterprise (2 1/8th and 2 1/4) but coming from the states the postal charges are horrible by any chance do you stock the larger size
Yes we do sell the larger U-Rings. Here is the link http://www.uberkinky.co.uk/larger-u-rings-91811.html