Scarlet Couture Glass Duo Balls For The Ben Wa Ball Beginner
While many Adam and Eve fans may be aware of the Scarlet Couture collection for their bondage basics, they might not be aware of what could be the most perfect beginner’s ben wa ball set for under $20 – the Scarlet Couture Glass Duo Balls. If you’re looking to role play a scene from that famous trio of BDSM novels but are slightly anxious about ben wa balls getting lost ‘up there’, then this is a toy you need to discover!
What many newbies to ben wa balls worry about is not being able to get them out once they’re already been inserted. Technically, there’s no way that a ben wa ball can travel outside the vagina – it’s a closed area with only one opening large enough to have a ben wa ball travel. (The way it came in!) But, there’s always that nag in the back of your mind that because it’s not as basic as removing a tampon, hooking and fishing out a lubricated ball is a bit of a worry. The Scarlet Couture Glass Duo Balls solves this problem.Because the glass balls are encased in a silicone harness that includes a retrieval cord, removal is so easy. After lubing up and inserting your toy, you let the looped end of the harness hang outside your body as you would with a tampon string. The cord is flexible, allowing you to ‘tuck’ it against your body if you’re going to use it while wearing underwear – ideal for longer term wear. Once you (or your Master) has decided it’s time to pull them out, just gently tug on the loop and remove the entire piece.
Say you’ve been using the Scarlet Couture Glass Duo Balls a while and want to move beyond harnessed balls? You can actually remove the two glass balls encased in the silicone and use them on their own. This is the ben wa ball set that ‘grows’ with you! Each ball is made from hypoallergenic glass, making them great for temperature play. Both the balls and the silicone holster are able to be sterilized in either a pot of boiling water or in your dishwasher.
If you’re going to be using the Scarlet Couture Glass Duo Balls in their harness, you’ll need to use a water based lubricant in order to be sure that the silicone stays intact. But, if you’re using the glass balls solo, you can use any type of lube you’d prefer. If you do use a silicone based lube, be sure that the sex lubricant is completely cleaned off before re-homing the balls back into the harness.