Delrin Cane Broom Review
Posted on January 16th, 2009 in Bedroom Bling, Featured, Photos, Reviews, Tie Me Up
In BDSM circles, mention of canes often inspires visions of heavy welts and flaming red stripes across the ass cheeks, but not all canes are designed to do that sort of damage. The Delrin Cane Broomis one example. Now, granted it’s made up of several plastic rods, but it still falls into the ‘cane’ category. Delrin, by the way, is a wear-resistant polymer commonly used for things like yo-yos and guitar picks. It’s not prone to cracking or breakage, like some other materials commonly used in synthetic canes, although in my opinion, nothing beats good old-fashioned rattan.
I found this cane broom to be absolutely wonderful for ‘drumming’ which is just like it sounds, a series of light to medium strikes in rapid succession. I’ve made reference to drumming with canes here, and although it’s quite different than using a cane to leave stripes, it’s a lovely way to play.
We didnotice that with use, this broom left little black bits of plastic in it’s wake. I would assume that when the individual canes are rubbing together and it’s creating ’shavings’. I’m not sure if this will have a noticeable negative impact on the quality or durability of the toy over time, but I thought it was worth mentioning. It hasn’t been an issue for us, other than avoiding it’s use on our bed, because I don’t like rolling around in plastic shavings while I sleep.
While I prefer to use this toy for lighter to medium impact, you can raise some pretty nice welts if you weild it hard enough. It has plenty of potential for sensation and percussion play. Jack is quite fond of it, and it’s become one of the regular staples in our box of BDSM gear and sex toys. If you want to get a better look, click on the image to see a larger version.
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