Character of the Thin Carbon Cane
Elderly people use canes to walk easier. We use them to tame naughty play partners easier. Canes are a very well-known product in BDSM, so we just had to come up with our own variant. Our Carbon cane is made – as the name would give away – out of carbonfiber. This is a product that does not bend, nor break. This means that this cane could be the incarnation of evil itself, ofcourse depending on how you intend to use it – OR it could be your play partners best friend! It can be used to warm up the skin perfectly due to rigidity of the cane and the unwillingness to bend. This means that with the attached handle, you are able to place your hits in a very precise matter. Short, close, light taps will warm up the skin very well. Whacking the skin will hurt like hell. It’s all in your control… One of the traits that carbon has is that it conducts electricity! Shocking! I bet you didn’t see that one coming. While holding a violet wand in one hand and this cane in the other, you will be able to zap your play partner with it! It adds a little extra to your caning experience.
We always have the black one in stock, however we usually also have them in a few different colours as well, please contact us if you are looking for a specific colour. or want to have a custom one built.
Dimensions and extra info
The Carbon Cane has a nicely crafted handle to give the wielder more grip and precision and thus contributing to a safer toy to play with! The cane measures 50 cm (19.6 inches) in length, with a diameter of 5 mm (0.19 inches) and a handle which measures 15 cm (6 inches) in length.
The last pictures is a comparison picture between this cane and the bigger cane in 8mm (0.3 inches) also available in the shop.
We ship your order within one to two business after production has been finished and the payment has been made. We obviously ship discretely, with insurance both national and international!
While we try our hardest to make sure the photos are true to the colours in real life, monitor settings may differ, causing colour variances.