|Fitting Your CB And Troubleshooting Problems
getting the most enjoyment out of wearing your CB
|We get many questions from people who have purchased one of our products. The questions mainly focus on
how to get the proper fit of the CB and then how to wear the CB on a daily basis. We will try to address the
many questions here. If you have a question that is not answered here, please send us an e-mail at
Now it's time for the locking pin and spacer. There are four locking pins and each pin has its own spacer. The locking pin will go through the back side of the ring
and point away from the body. Start with the longest locking pin for now and push it through the side of the ring closest to your body. Take the largest spacer that goes with the
longest locking pin and fit it onto the locking pin. You must use a spacer or you will pinch your scrotum between the Cuff ring and the tube. Your scrotum will swell up and will turn
You will notice that when you fit the spacer over the locking pin that the spacer will fit into the Base Piece B a little bit. If it does not, take off the Base Piece B, turn it around so that
the recessed (indented) side of Base Piece B faces away from your body.
Once you have the ring on together with the locking pin and spacer, you are ready to put on the cage. If you purchased the KSD-G3 we will not deal with that right now.
Now put some lubricant on your shaft and head. The lubricant could be some soap lather, baby oil, or personal lubricant. Push the head and shaft into the cage. Sometimes it helps to
twist the cage and push at the same time. Get as much of the head and shaft into the cage as possible.
Pull the cage up and fit the two white alignment posts into the two holes on the outsides of the cage. As you pull the cage up, make sure not to pinch any skin or pull any hair. Fit the
cage all the way onto the locking pin so that enough of the locking pin sticks through the outside of the cage so that the lock can go through the hole in the locking pin. Now, if
everything is right, put the lock through the locking pin hole and snap it shut.
Wear your device like that for a while and see how it feels. You may need to change the ring size and/or the locking pin and spacers.
How does it feel? If all seems well, wear it as is for a while and check for problems. If something is too tight, you will see some discoloration in the scrotum mainly. Do not let the
wearer be without access to the key until both the wearer and Keyholder are assured of a safe and comfortable fit! This might take several days to a couple of weeks. Keyholder, be
patient with the wearer, please!
It may take several adjustments to the Cuff ring, spacers, and/or locking pins before the male is assured of a secure and good fit. Do not settle for anything less than total security
for your Keyholder. She deserves it!
The 2 Alignment Posts Stick Out The Back. How Do I Cut Them? After you feel that you have a good fit, you will want to trim any excess length off of the two alignment posts.
Wait a week or so until you are sure that the fit is right. To cut them, you will want to make a mark on them while the CB is on you so you know exactly where to cut. Then, you can
take a hacksaw, some wire cutters or anything similar and cut them. It is best to then take some sandpaper and smooth off the edges. If you ever break one or you cut them too short,
they can be replaced. We have replacement pins that we will send to you for just the cost of postage.
How Do I Replace The Alignment Posts? The alignment posts are 3/16" diameter. If you break one, contact us and we can send you out replacements for the cost of postage. Here's
how to replace them. Sometimes you can pull the posts out with some pliers by twisting and pulling. Sometimes they are really stuck in there. They are not glued in, just pressed in. If
you can't pull them out, here's what to do. Cut them off as close to the cage as possible. Take a drill bit that is smaller than a 3/16" bit (11/64, 5/32, 9/64) and carefully drill out the
posts. The plastic of the posts is relatively soft, while the cages are very hard acryllic. Take your time and you will be fine. The reason for using a bit that is smaller than a 3/16th is so
that you don't "overdrill" the hole. Don't wiggle the drill or you will risk making the hole in the cage too large and the new posts might be loose. Now, just press in the new posts and
you'll be good to go.
Should I use a lubricant? We do not suggest using any lubricant on the inside of the tube. We suggest that you stay clean and dry inside the tube. You may want to put some good
quality hand lotion (Vaseline Intensive Care, Nutragena, etc.) between the inside of the ring and your skin. That will help with movement during the day and night.
What Kind Of Hygienic Supplies Should I Get? You will need an Angle Tipped Squirt Bottle and Cleaning Swabs, some Q-tips, body wash, talcum powder.
What Kind Of Care Should I Give The Lock? Ever 1-2 weeks put one drop of oil into the lock. Use a multi-purpose oil or something like a WD-40. Even though the locks are made
of brass they will get corroded inside.
I Have Swelling and/or Discoloration. Either the Cuff Ring is too tight or you do not have enough spacing between the Cuff Ring and the tube. Try the next larger Cuff Ring if it is
uncomfortably tight or use a bit more spacing, which will possibly necessitate a longer locking pin and spacer.
My CB Has Come Apart At The Seams. What Do I Do? The two halves of the CB's are fused together by sonic welding. They are not glued. Normally, one CB tube will last you
forever. However, if one does come apart, contact the company that you purchased it from. There is a one-year warranty from the manufacturer and you will get a replacement cage if
your cage was purchased within one year. If you must wear the CB while you are waiting for a replacement, put some super glue between the two halves to keep them from separating
during arousals and then closing and pinching you. If you purchased the cage from Kept For Her in the last 12 months, we will replace it for the cost of shipping. Please go to our
FAQ page and scroll down to Warranty and Returns to see our policy.
I Have Pain During Arousals. Is the pain from the CB pulling on the underside of your scrotum? Unless the Cuff Ring is just too tight, that is something that you will have to live
with. Your body will adjust. However, if there is undue swelling and/or discoloration, take off the CB and make adjustments to the Cuff Ring size.
A good suggestion - after you get your CB on, pull back all excess scrotum skin so that what is hanging on the outside of the ring is tight, not loose. There should only be enough
scrotum hanging on the outside of the ring to hold the testicles.
In The Morning I Have A Hard Time Urinating. That is probably because you have woken up somewhat aroused. If the opening at the end of your penis lined up with the hole at the
end of the tube, you'll be fine. If not, take a Q-tip and try to move it to where it is lined up. Now, try to relax. Sit on the toilet (lid open!) and pull out on the lock trying to stretch the
unit and straighten out your shaft. Try making some short bursts of liquid. You will find that it comes out rather easily.
I Find That I Leak A Little Urine Or Seminal Fluid During The Day. After urinating, take two fingers and "chase" the remaining fluid out of your shaft. Do it by placing the two
fingers firmly between the scrotum and anus and using pressure, move the liquid forward to the ring. You will get most out that way.
My Head And Shaft Get Dried In The Tube. That can be caused by an excess of soap residue being left after either getting fitted or after cleaning. Make sure that you flush the soap
and/or the lubricant out of the tube. Get a great Angle-tipped Wash Bottle here.
How Do I Stay Clean For Daily And/Or Long-Term Wear? In the morning and evening, take either a squirt bottle or shower stream and get some water inside the tube. Use the
Cleaning Supplies like the Angle-tipped Water Bottle and Cleaning Swabs. Now, squirt some soap into the tube and work it around with a Cleaning Swab or Q-tip. Use the squirt
bottle with clean water and flush the soap out from the inside of the tube. Now, using some Q-tips, try to get as dry as possible inside the tube. Do not let water get trapped between
the tube and the scrotum or under the Cuff Ring or you will get chaffing and odors.
Can I Swim, Run, And Have Other Physical Activities While Wearing A CB? Yes! If the sport is extremely fast-paced, you may want to use an athletic supporter. Otherwise, you will
How Do I Deal With Frustration And Mental Anxiety While Wearing A CB? Putting on a CB will not be as hard to get used to physically as it will mentally. All of a sudden you
have something that is very important taken away from you. You can no longer touch it or stimulate yourself. The best answer is "just deal with!" Hopefully, the Keyholder is kind
and will not just leave you alone. There should be some good play and attention given to the male. He's not as strong as he makes himself out to be. After a few months, the CB will
be a normal part of your lifestyle. Both physically and mentally you will become accustomed to it to the point where when it is taken off you will look forward to getting it put back on
If possible, get your mind off of the fact that you are locked up. When anxiety hits, go for a walk, call a friend or your KeyHolder, get involved in a hobby, go to the store. Also, you
might want to interact with others on a couple of message boards: www.locknkeep.com and www.lockmeup.com. You will find others who have probably experienced just what you
are going through.
I Get Skin Poking Out Of The Vent Holes Especially In The CB-3000 and the CB-6000. This may happen during arousals. Take some clear packing tape and put it over the holes.
That will stop that problem. To get the skin out of the holes, pull backwards on the shaft until the skin pulls back down.
The Lock Rubs On Skin Poking Through Vent Holes. Again, use some clear packing tape and put it over the vent holes.
What About The Fit Of The KSD-G3? If the KSD-G3 is too tight, you will not be able to urinate properly. There are three sizes. You might try a larger one if the one you are
wearing is causing difficulty.
Can I Make It Through The Airport Security Check With A CB On? They are all plastic or silicone. If you are concerned about the lock, use plastic locks.
Fitting and Wearing of the CB
I Just Received My CB, How Do I Get A Good Fit? The CB is made up of several components. Depending on which unit you purchase, you
will have the large ring called the Cuff Ring ( 3-piece for the CB-6000), the locking pins ( 4 lengths), 4 spacers, and the tube and the lock.
CB-6000, New Style CB-3000 and Curve
First, you want to get the right fit of the large Cuff ring. This ring goes under side of the scrotum and when you put the two top pieces together
the ring will go totally around the scrotum and the penis shaft. You want the ring to be a bit snug, but not too tight and not too loose.
There are 5 rings that come in the kits for these 3 Chastity Devices. If you are a mid-sized man, take one of the larger rings and put it under the
scrotum. Now take the Base Pieces (A and B). Base Piece A has the two side alignment poses attached. Put Base Piece A through the back of
the ring so that the two alignment posts point away from your body.
Now take Base Piece B. You will notice that the middle hole of Base Piece B has a recessed area on one side for the middle hole. The recessed
side will point away from your body. It is recessed so that the spacer will fit part way into Base Piece B. Fit Base Piece B over the two alignment
posts of Base Piece A and click the A and B pieces together to create a solid ring. Do not pinch your skin or hair when you do this.
How does that feel? Is it too tight? If so pick a different ring and start over. If it is too loose, you might want to go down a ring size. You can
always change later after you have had a chance to wear the CB for a day or two.