I have been wearing a CB-6000s chastity device on and off for a few years now. Once I got the fit right, it really has been a fairly good solution for long term wear. Of course as with anything, there are pros and cons to this particular device so I wanted to list a few of them here. I will revisit this later to see how it stacks up to the Queen’s Keep, once I have broken in that device a bit.
- Price is very affordable for “first-timers” to try out chastity.
- Plastic cage is very lightweight.
- Cage is suprisingly sturdy considering it is all lightweight plastic.
- Appropriately spaced slots on side of cage allow adequate ventilation.
- I cannot touch myself at all through the cage.
- 3 piece base ring is easy to get on.
- Base ring is pretty much “continuous” once put together, so no really bad rub points.
- Padlock seems a little large hanging down the front of device.
- With loose-fitting underwear, can sometimes hear the lock banging up and down against the cage as I walk.
- Sometimes the pieces of the base ring will separate just enough to catch (and rather painfully pull out) a stray pubic hair.
- When not aroused, still only fill maybe half of the cage length (even though I have the “short” version.)
- Due to length of cage, peeing can be tricky without making a big mess (sitting down to pee is a given with chastity!)
- Keeping the cage clean (and not smelly!) can be a chore, especially after peeing.
- Though it fortunately has not happened to me [knocking on wood…] I have read plenty of reports of the plastic cages splitting down the middle seam, causing injury to the wearer.
- The space between the base ring and the cage seems to flex sometimes in extreme heat or cold. On rare occasions, this has led to a testicle being able to sqeeze through (also rather painfully!)
- When completely flaccid, it could be possible to slip out the back of the cage (though I do not believe it would ever be possible to get back in without unlocking it.)