Edge Adjustable Spreader Bar Review

~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~

Edge spreader bar reviewContinuing right along in what is turning out to be a month of BDSM toys, we have Sportsheet‘s Edge Adjustable Spreader Bar!  Is it a BDSM toy?  A position aid?  It’s a little of both!

A little bit about it: The Edge Spreader Bar comes from Sportsheets, a well known retailer of BDSM toys (but they have other kinds as well).  The bar is black aluminum that adjusts from 28.5-37″.  It has a clip on each end to attach cuffs, along with a D ring in the center of the bar, and can be completely disassembled for easy storage and traveling.

What I loved: I’ve had cuffs and other kinds of restraints, but I’ve never had a spreader bar.  I ended up really liking it.  It holds my legs (or arms) securely open.  The swivelling clasps at the ends give my feet a little bit of wiggle room, so I stay both mostly immobile with just enough movement to stay comfortable so I can stay bound for a longer amount of time.

When I’m on my back, he can attach my ankles to the bar and use it to raise my legs.  Very simple, but has a huge impact on positioning, allowing him to go deeper.  It’s a little easier for him as well, since he can hold the bar to raise my legs from a more central location, instead of struggling with my ankles.

I passed the bar on to a good friend of mine that you may remember from the male kegel exerciser post.  He took it home to his wife and tried it out.  They also loved it.  Like me, they loved that you can use the bar to push the bound person’s legs back, and could even have the receiver hold the bar (and therefore legs) for themselves, freeing the giver’s hands to do other things.  As a bonus, the wife reported it was extra comfortable for her.  She sustained a foot/ankle/leg injury a few years ago that left her joint permanently immobile.  She reports that the bar helped keep her legs in position and pressure off her injured joint.  For them, it was less of a BDSM tool, more of a position aid.

What I didn’t:  The only problem one may have with this bar that I can see is that they will have to purchase cuffs separately if they don’t already own some.  The bar does not come with a set.

Final thought: Worth it.  It retails for between $35-55, depending on your preference of shop.  Shevibe carries it for around $33.  It’s not super pricey for the amount of use you may get out of it, and well worth having it in your collection.

~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~


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