How Did Oxballs Get Caught Up In A CockSling!

The Cocksling comes in minimal packaging. This men’ sex toy product is heat-sealed inside a small, clear, polythene bag which bears no branding, nor has a sticker on it denoting what the product is. There’s also noticeably an absence of any pamphlet explaining instructions for use or how to care for the product. If you’re environmentally conscious and a fan of minimal packaging then you might appreciate this, but I would have preferred a little something extra. Personally I think some instructions would not go astray.

Unlike most Oxballs products which are made of silicone, the Cocksling is instead made of thermoplastic rubber (TPR),  This is because how stretchy this material is. TPR is a safe material, though less highly regarded than silicone because it is slightly porous, but considering this isn’t an insertable toy I wouldn’t worry too much about that. The only real downside to the material is that it does have a slight odour.  You’re probably not going to spend a lot of time sniffing it considering where it’s worn, and thankfully the smell dissipates almost entirely after a few days of leaving it to air out somewhere ventilated.

When it comes to putting on the Cocksling it’s important to get the orientation of it right. The Cocksling has three holes: a wide angled-hole at the back which is designed to sit flush against the body, a rectangular hole at the front which the penis  comes out of, and a circular hole at the bottom which the testicles hang  through. Once you have that sorted you can put it on. It doesn’t matter really if you try to do this when you’re erect or flaccid as here is where the stretchy material comes into play. The material really does stretch incredibly; you could put your fist through the smallest hole and wear it like a bracelet if you desired. To start off simply pop your penis through the back hole and out of the front. With that taken care of you now need to get the balls into place,this can be a  little tricky. You need to stretch out the hole at the bottom and the hole at the back until you have a piece of material that looks like a strap, and then you simply hook this strap over and under the balls to slide them into place. This is easier said than done, and one thing you want to be sure of is that you get enough scrotal skin through the bottom hole to allow the testicles to pass through fully, otherwise when you let go of the material you may find your testicles getting stuck in the hole and squeezed. It’s one of those times when it would be useful to have an extra hand, so ask a partner to help if you have one.

Oxballs Unit-X Sport Cocksling Cock Ring
Sex Toy: Oxballs Unit-X Sport Cocksling


The interesting thing about the Cocksling is that when you first put it on it has a tendency to pull the foreskin back and then hold the skin in place around the base of the shaft, preventing the shaft skin from being very mobile or able to slide back over the head again. This can be quite fun if you’ve always wanted to try out sex with a bare glans, but otherwise you can simply hold the Cocksling against the body and then slide some more skin through the hole at the front, and restore the normal  functionality of your foreskin. Because the Cocksling is in many senses a cock ring it functions in the same manner and helps to keep blood in the penis and create a stronger erection, as well as gently pressing on the perineum. The separate hole for the testicles holds them slightly away from the body, instead of allowing them to become closely tucked up under the penis as they typically do prior to orgasm.

This has the effect of making you slightly more aware of the balls, and the scrotum almost seems more sensitive to light touch. The Cocksling is great for use during all forms of sex, and even during masturbation, but one thing to note is that due to the design of it it does cover the bottom inch of the shaft, meaning you potentially lose that in insertable length. Like with any cock ring it’s advisable not to wear it for more than 30mins at a time in order to restore normal blood flow to the genitals; I had noticed that my balls has begun to feel slightly cold to the touch after prolonged use, so  that’s probably a good indicator of when to stop. The Cocksling  very easy to take off when you’re done as it stretches out once more, but be careful not to get any hairs caught.

Did you know that as orgasm builds up your testicles naturally. Wearing a sack sling around the scrotum stops the testicles from rising and therefore delays ejaculation until you are ready.  The sack sling keeps you harder for longer and the appearance of bigger sweatier balls. Not just for sex wear it under pants for a huge bulge. Show of your package to its fullest. Your partner will enjoy your big balls hitting the back of his ass.


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