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Silk Japanese Bondage Rope (16ft)


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Silk Japanese Bondage Rope 16ft Silk Japanese Bondage Rope 16ft Silk Japanese Bondage Rope 16ft
$18.00 $15.49
Rating: (6 reviews)


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Create intricate and artistic bondage scenes with this Silk Japanese Bondage Rope

This rope has a silky texture so that it feels comfortable against the skin. That's important when you want your partner in a particular bondage setup for a good length of time. Yet, despite its comfort, the rope is durable and strong (which is key for suspension setups) allowing you creative bindings scene after scene. It's been designed to be ideal for both beginners and advanced users alike.

The rope measures 5 meters (16 feet) and comes in black.

This item can be used with a special Japanese rope bondage artform called Shibari. It's a practice that's as much about presentation as it is about pleasure. For more information on the Shibari art, please consult our guide to the Shibari practice.

   
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3 of 5 Stars! [Rated 3 of 5 Stars!] by Date Added: Monday 10 December, 2012  
Guys. Silk is not nylon. DO NOT BURN THE ENDS. Nylon is, essentially, plastic - and therefore melts. Silk is a natural fiber and will burn and smell nasty. Seriously - try your tips out on your own ropes before you advise internet strangers to try it.
5 of 5 Stars! [Rated 5 of 5 Stars!] by MalikTous Loki Date Added: Sunday 06 May, 2012  
What ever happened to the art of 'serving' a rope to keep control of how far the ends fray? You use light twine (hemp or nylon are best for this) and lay a loop on the rope, then wrap the twine spirally so the braidd or twisted end of the rope is compressed and prefented from fraying beyond the serve, then run the end of the serve through the loop from the other end and pull the other end so both ends are friction locked under the serve. Trim the ends of the twine and, for even better security, put some water-resistant glue where the ends of the twine are locked beneath the serve layer. Old seamanship trick for rigging ropes, but good with any rope to have total control of how far it frays - without having to burn the end!
5 of 5 Stars! [Rated 5 of 5 Stars!] by Date Added: Tuesday 17 January, 2012  
With frayed ends guys, all u have to do is burn them at the end of the rope and the plastic goes into a melted ball. When you have it nice and tidy, stick it in cold water so that it is cool enough to roll the melted end into an even neater ball. When it cools completely you have a rope that will not unravel - for years of enjoyment!
3 of 5 Stars! [Rated 3 of 5 Stars!] by master trucker Date Added: Friday 27 May, 2011  
havent had a chance to buy it yet. but for those who dont like frayed ends this is a way to fix it. take a lighter and hold it an inch away from losse ends. the frayed ends will burn. so dont get near anything you dont want to burn and some might melt so dont get it near anything you dont want melted silk on. when the fire gets to the main bundle it will burn out. the melted ends shuldnt fray out. disclamer, i have done this on many materials but not on silk so try on your own discrecian.
5 of 5 Stars! [Rated 5 of 5 Stars!] by don\'t stop Date Added: Sunday 18 January, 2009  
I read another customer's review of the silk rope and I want to mention that those frayed ends are very nice and tickly. My King tickles me everywhere with them. My favorite spots are my nipples, feet, neck, inner thighs, etc. He always finds pleasure in sticking them in my ears! He's got an ear fetish and when he sticks things in my ears, he calls it "aural sex" and giggles like a schoolboy! Then I learned that there really is such a thing in which sound vibrations are used. Oh yeah, but those frayed ends of the silk rope... I'm sure they'll grow on you.
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