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How to Find the Right Chastity Cage For You


different styles of chastity cages


Chastity is a fetish more commonly explored by people in the BDSM community. It involves wearing a chastity device, either by yourself or with a dominant partner, to prevent you from using your penis for sexual pleasure. While locked up, the wearer won’t be able to properly get an erection, masturbate or use their penis for penetrative sex.

Chastity belts and chastity cages are the most common chastity devices used, in this article we will be focusing on cages. There are some considerations you’ll need to think about when it comes to finding the right chastity cage for you, keep reading if you want to learn more about them.


Sizing is the most important thing to consider when looking for a new chastity cage. A cage that is too loose won’t work properly and can slip off, while a cage that is too tight can cause discomfort and injury. If you are unsure on how to take measurements for chastity, read more about it in our guide here.


Are you looking for a lightweight chastity cage to wear often? Or maybe a heavy, metal cage to wear for your next BDSM session? Having a clear idea of the purpose your chastity cage will have should guide which one you buy.


The design aspect of chastity can be split into two factors.


Whether you are getting a chastity cage to wear every now and then or everyday, you should like the look of it. If you don’t, it wouldn’t even matter if you had the most comfortable chastity cage in the world as wearing it wouldn’t be as much fun as it could be if you actually liked the design.


Your chastity cage needs to align with the purpose you want it to serve. If you are looking for a cage for long term wear, you will need to be able to use the toilet while wearing it. This isn’t so important for short term use but is still something to consider when looking at chastity cages.


There are three different materials that are commonly used to make chastity cages.


Resin chastity cages are firm, with a slight amount of flexibility. They are lightweight and come in a variety of colours, making them quite versatile.


Metal chastity cages are hard and inflexible. They can range from lightweight to heavy, depending on the density of the metal. They mostly come in silver and gold.


Silicone chastity cages are soft and flexible. They are lightweight and come in a wide variety of colours. Silicone cages can be harder to work with due to how flexible they are, which you should keep in mind when purchasing one.


This is completely personal preference, and the least important preference if you are getting a metal chastity cage. If you really want a specific colour cage, then you may need to compromise on the material of the cage. At Chastity Cage NZ, we provide a wide range of chastity cages across a range of colours so you'll find just the right cage for you. 


There are multiple factors that you will need to consider when finding a chastity cage that is right for you. While there are some that you can compromise on, you should always make sure that your chastity cage properly fits you to ensure that you are comfortable and safe when being locked up.