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How to Find the Perfect Cock Ring (Simplified)

Posted by Amy Baldwin on

Interested in trying out a metal or hard silicone cock ring? Be sure to measure yourself for the perfect fit (or, if anything, to avoid a trip to the emergency room). Keep in mind that you want your cock ring to be snug while just loose enough to get on and off. Also, when dealing with non-stretchy rings, it is ideal to put the cock ring on when the penis is soft/semi-soft.

Here are a few easy steps to find the right size for you:

 

1. Get a string and wrap it underneath your/your partner's testicles and around the base of the penis. Not too tight!

2. Get a pen and mark the string where both sides meet. Again, not too tight as you want this to be a comfortable fit.

3. Now measure the string from where you made your mark. You now have your circumference.

4. Divide this measurement by 3.14 (pi), and now you have your diameter.

5. Your diameter is also your cock ring size. Round up if it is not exact

Note: If at any moment you experience pain and/or discoloration, remove the cock ring immediately. If you find it impossible to remove the cock ring, please do not hesitate to go to the emergency room. This is why cock ring sizing is so important! And last but not least, have fun!!

 


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4 comments


  • I was just reading your instruction on how to size yourself for a cock ring. My question is: do you use the string measurement while flaccid/limp or while hard? Common sense tells me it should be measured while hard although I wanted to be sure. Also, is it possible that that measurement could vary? Thanks for helping.

    G on

  • Hi there! Great question! You will want to measure the cock ring in whichever state you intend to wear it. If your goal is to keep it on while you are fully erect, then measure at your “hardest” state.

    Amy on

  • What if you don’t intend to take the cockring off after sex and intend to wear it long term?

    I on

  • You can wear cockrings for an extended period of time. But I suggest never falling asleep with one on, and if you experience any pain and/or discomfort, then it’s probably time to take it off.

    Amy on

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