The Contender is extremely comfortable for long term wear, built entirely by hand and fully customizable. It weighs 3-1/2 to 4 ounces and is made from 316L Stainless Steel.
To get the best fitting Contender however, YOU MUST USE TEST RINGS to determine your correct ring sizes. The only exception is if you already own a stainless steel chastity device whose rings are the same shape and thickness as the ones used on the Contender. The Contender's base ring is 1/4" thick and the its cage rings are 3/16" thick.
All rings are measured by their inside diameter.
DO NOT USE YOUR CURRENT DEVICE, OR RINGS FROM OTHER DEVICES, TO CONVERT YOUR MEASUREMENTS!
If you do this you are guaranteed to receive an improperly fitted device, due to differences in the ring thickness or shape on other chastity devices.
Rings from plastic chastity devices, rings that are ergonomically shaped, rings thicker than 1/4", or rings that have squared edges, all fit and wear differently from the stainless steel rings used in the devices sold on this website. DO NOT USE THESE for determining your ring sizes.
Wear your test base ring for 24 hours. If it becomes uncomfortable then it is too narrow.
The cage ring width cannot be changed once a Contender's cage is made. This is because the cage is built upon its rings. I can make a cage any width, but you'll notice there are only two cage widths offered in the dropdown menu. These two sizes offered will fit approximately 90% of all men.
A cage ring should slide easily into place while wearing a base ring. If a cage ring is difficult to install while wearing a base ring, then the actual cage will also be difficult to install.
Inexpensive test rings may be purchased at...
Flaccid Length versus Cage Length:
People confuse these two terms, and use them in the same manner. But they are different. Flaccid length is the actual length of your penis, from its base to its tip. Cage length is the length of the cage portion of the device...a Contender cage will always be shorter than flaccid length, because of the gap and base ring thickness. To ensure we're both talking about the same measurement, let's communicate about "flaccid length" and not about "cage length".
Gap: There is no good way to measure for gap, but the 3/8" gap works best for the majority of men.
Lock Styles: A padlock may be used to connect the cage to the base-ring, or you may choose a propietary high-security screw made exclusively for MaleChastityNow.
A "Master Lock" brand padlock model 120 is the lock of choice when using a padlock, but any small padlock that has a 1/8th inch wide shackle will work.
The design of our security screw offers the highest degree of security of any available screw in the world. You won’t find this security screw anywhere else but here. The drive socket inside the screw is a proprietary design, made exclusively for MCN.
Two differernt key designs are available for purchase:
1. The first version is an MCN Key. The attached key ring allows you to carry it with your other keys, as well as providing you a place to grip the key while tightening the security screw.
2. The second version turns the MCN Key mentioned above into and Emergency Key. If you need to be away from your keyholder and have to remove your device due to an emergency, this key will allow you to do that.
An outer shell is placed over an MCN key and is locked in place with a single-use security seal. Your keyholder records the numbers on the seal that locks your key inside its sleeve, and will know if you've cheated because the plastic seal must be broken to remove the key from its shell.
Every device using the MCN high-security system is sold with one screw and one of the chosen Keys. 10 seals are included with each Emergency Key that is purchased. Spare Keys, Security Screws, and Seals are available in the the section of the website labeled "MCN Lock System."
The two locks offered are not interchangeable...a padlock cannot be used with a device setup to use a security screw. The threaded security screw hole in the base rings lockpost is too narrow to accept the 1/8" thick shackle on the model 120 Master Lock.
Design Limitations: There are some inherent limitations in the Contender's design. Primarily, the design works best for men whose flaccid penises are between 2 inches and 2-3/4 inches.
A Contender for flaccid lengths less than two inches will have only one ring on its cage. This is because the cage bars become so short that they don't entirely cover the glans, and the glans ends up residing in the open gap between the two cage rings, which can allow for potential illicit simulation.
Longer cages will bulge forward. Adding extra rings to cages for longer penises can compensate for bulging by angling the cage downward.
Cages for flaccid lengths between 3 inches and 3-3/4 inches will have one additional cage ring added for an additional surcharge of $75.00 for the extra ring.
Cages for flaccid lengths 4 inches and longer will have two addional cage rings. The addition of the two extra rings will add $100.00 to the final cost, for the extra work involved.
Prince Albert Option: Leave these portions of your order form empty if you are not adding the Prince Albert attachment to your Contender. You only need to fill out the Prince Albert choices (Piercing Setback and Pin Size) if you have a Prince Albert piercing and are purchasing this upgrade for your device.
Piercing Setback is the distance from your PA piercing to the tip of your penis, and the measurement is taken while flaccid. To obtain your piercing setback, take the measurement in a straight line, from the tip of the penis to the center of your piercing. The measurement should be taken while flaccid and without any jewelry in your piercing.
The Prince Albert Pin locks solidly to the cage, and the Pin will not move when connected to the cage. The security screw used in the Prince Albert Lock is the same type of screw used to connect the cage-to-base-ring. The same key will lock and unlock both the cage and the PA Pin.
A design constraint is if your piercing setback is 3/4 inches or more, and your flaccid length is 2-1/4 inches or less, there will not be enough room on the cage to attach the PA Lock Cylinders. Please contact me prior to purchasing if you fit these parameter's.
Five pin sizes are available...8 ga, 6 ga, 4 ga, 2 ga, and 0 ga. Wider pins are not avaialble due to the limitation of the bending machine used to form a pin.
Detailed Sizing Information: http://malechastitynow.com/measuring.html
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