Chastity cage review – Birdlocked Classic and Holy Trainer V2 compared

The following article was written by my bambee, and he has agreed to answer any questions left in the comment area below.  I want to provide the following context before you read his report…  Due to life circumstances beyond his control, bambee wears his cages for relatively limited spans of time – at most, he goes a few days at a time.  Also, he is an average sized adult male, so when he reports that with some effort he is able to escape both cages without unlocking them, I assume this will be true for all under-endowed men and most men of average size, even when the cage fits properly.  Thank you for a great article, bambee! ~~ Miss June

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First, a little about me. I have come to accept chastity not from my need for physical restraint per se, but more from a psychological perspective.  A cage is no longer necessary for me to remain chaste.  It is; however, a strong and pleasurable physical reminder of Mistress’s control and ownership, and my reviews are from this perspective

 

Now, on to the cages!

 

About the Birdlocked Classic male chastity cage

I’ve had the Birdlocked chastity cage (BL) for quite some time now and I like it very much. This chastity cage is made of surgical silicone, so it is soft and pliable and very comfortable. While it took a bit of time to put on at first, after several uses, I was able to do so more easily. Putting on my chastity cage has become a pleasant ritual, reminding me of who controls me. It is also quite unobtrusive under clothing.

The Birdlocked has a wide ring, which captures the balls and distends them a bit, and the piece securing the tube to the ring acts as a ball separator. I definitely feel exposed, and I’ve found this an added reminder of my vulnerability and submissiveness.

In terms of hygiene, the BL has 6 vent holes and a pee slot, which provide plenty of air circulation and makes cleaning, even while wearing, quite easy. I find this a great aspect of the design.

Security for the BL is very good, but not perfect.  I can remove it without unlocking with some effort.  But in general, it gives me a pleasant feeling of completely capturing my penis and my balls, which I enjoy.

In short, I find it an excellent cage, comfortable, secure, and easy to keep clean. These features make it great for both short and long term wear.

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About the Holy Trainer V2 male chastity device

The new Holy Trainer chastity cage came out this spring, and I immediately was attracted to the design. In particular, the locking mechanism is just elegant. It consists of a locking tumbler, which secures the ring to the tube. No pad lock to bounce around. It’s look is clean and simple. Because it is made of bio sourced resin, it warms quickly to the body and is extremely comfortable. It is easy to forget you’re wearing it. Like the BL, it is unobtrusive under clothing, perhaps slightly more so.

Putting on the HT is quick and easy, and securing the lock is a breeze. Once on, it become a little like a second skin. This cage is hard, so my penis is totally isolated from any sensation.  Another plus.

Security is decent, especially if you have a high riding ball sack. Mine hang a bit low, so the unit wears a bit low, making it a little less secure. This is not an issue for me, since I would never try to escape, but it would come off relatively easily if I tried. I did end up getting the next size smaller ring (purchased separately), and that improved things quite a bit.
 
The one drawback I find with the HT is hygiene. It comes with only two vent holes and a pee slot, so there is relatively poor circulation, and cleaning while wearing is more difficult. I solved this quite easily by drilling 4 additional vent hole in the general location as those found on the BL. With careful vent hole placement, it looks like it came from the manufacturer this way.
 
To sum up the HT, I like it very much. Incredibly comfortable and easy to put on and off. It’s drawback in the hygiene department can be easily corrected. Perhaps in their next model, HT will add better ventilation.

 

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In summary

 

Both the BL and HT are excellent cages, very well made and very comfortable. The hygiene issue presented by the HT can be easily corrected. While it is a close call for me (I went back and forth a bit), I give the edge to the Birdlocked, because of better hygiene and security. However, I very much like and plan to continue using the HolyTrainer, as well, because it has such an elegant design and is so comfortable.

 

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7 thoughts on “Chastity cage review – Birdlocked Classic and Holy Trainer V2 compared

  1. Hi bambee,
    A great review, thanks for the detailed information and for keeping us informed on your journey with Miss JUNE. I am so pleased for you.

    I currently own a BirdLocked Classic cage but due to current physical limitations I cannot put it on. It sounds like the HT V2 is much easier to use in this regard. I will have to speak with our Mistress and see if she thinks purchasing one at this juncture would be worthwhile.

    Thanks again for a great post.
    Happy holidays to you,
    sunny

  2. Hi sunny! Thank you so much for your comment here!
    Yes, the HT is so easy to put on and is so comfortable. If you’re able to aquire one, pay close attention to ring size. I followed the instructions and it led me to a ring which turned out to be too large. If you measure on the smaller size of the range given for a particular ring size, you might want to go for the next size lower. But, since this would not always be precise, the one good thing is that, if you order one, they give you an option of buying (at a reduced price) a second ring.
    Thanks again for your kind comment! Should you have any other questions, please let me know and I’d be happy to respond.
    bambee

  3. I’m very interested in learning more about the additional holes you drilled.
    Did you just use a regular drill bit? How did you smooth the edges of the holes after? Did you need to fasten the device with a clamp when you drilled, anything else?
    I’m considering drilling on the shaft vs. the head, in order to improve sensation as well as hygiene but I’m a little nervous about screwing it up. Anyway, thanks again. I really appreciated your information.

    • Hey Mike,

      Thanks for asking. :) I will let bambee know you have questions and I am sure (s)he will reply soon.

  4. Hi Mike,
    Thank you for your questions! I wondered these same things :)
    Relative to drilling locations, that is a matter of personal preference. For me, the head worked well, and that seems to be an area on many cages where additional venting is located, but there certainly is plenty of room on the shaft for additional holes. I may look into that myself.

    As to drilling, I used a drill press, a normal bit, sized to match the existing holes, and a base clamp (with wood strips, so as not to mark the cage) to hold the cage steady. I don’t think it would be a problem if you don’t have a press, so long as you have something to keep the cage steady. I marked the locations where I wanted to drill with a marker. The material is easy to drill, and it’s best, I think, to use light pressure on the drill.

    To smooth the hole edges, I used a dremmel with a fine sanding wheel.

    I hope this helps. If you have any other questions at all, I hope you’ll post them and I’ll do my best to try and help.

    bambee

  5. I have a holy trainer and have been very curious for a long time about the birdlocked. I am diapered 24\7 so being able to clean the chastity easily while wearing it is something I am looking heavily for.

    As for the hygene issue with the holy trainer I would agree with you. While the holy trainer is very comfortable to wear, even under thick diapers, I can’t wear it for more than 3 days at a time before I start having hygene issues…mainly rashes.

    So would by the looks of it maybe I should give the birdlocked a try?

  6. Hi Brandyn,

    Sorry for not replying sooner. I just saw this.

    I think the Birdlocked is much better for longer term wear. More ventilation and easy to clean while wearing. It is also quite comfortable, but is a little harder to get on and off…which can be a plus :)

    Based upon your post…yes, I think you’d benefit from a Birdlocked.

    Good luck, and I’d love to hear back about your thoughts, should you get one.

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