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Spreader Bars BDSM 

We offer spreader bars and spreader beams in different lengths.

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Spreader bars are bondage devices that are used to keep the legs or arms apart and restrict movement. They are often used in BDSM scenes for bondage, submission, and restraint.

Spreader bars come in different sizes, materials and designs. They can be made of metal, wood or plastic. Some of the most common types include:

  • Leg spreader bars: These are used to keep the legs apart and restrict movement. They can be adjusted to different widths and can include ankle cuffs to hold the legs in place.
  • Arm spreader bars: These are used to keep the arms apart and restrict movement. They can be adjusted to different widths and can include wrist cuffs to hold the arms in place.
  • Combination spreader bars: These are spreader bars that can be used for both legs and arms. They can be adjusted to different widths and can include ankle and wrist cuffs to hold the legs and arms in place.


Advantages of using spreader bars:

  • They can be used to create a sense of vulnerability and submission
  • They can be used to restrict movement and control
  • They can be used to create new positions
  • They can be used for different types of scenes, as it allows for different types of access and penetration.


Disadvantages of using spreader bars:

  • They can be uncomfortable if used for long periods of time
  • They can cause pain or injury if used improperly
  • They can restrict blood flow if used too tightly


It is important to remind that BDSM practices require mutual consent and communication, and safety is a key aspect of it. Before using any kind of spreader bar, make sure to discuss it with your partner, establish boundaries, and have a safe word. Also, it is important to be aware of the risks involved in using spreader bars, such as injury or loss of circulation, and to always have a way to release the person quickly if necessary. It is essential to properly inspect the spreader bar before and after use for any defects or issues.