Mistress Ayn asked me to review the Evotion chastity cage (evotionwearables.com). First, a bit of background: I have been a chastity sub since 2012. Originally I wore a Jailbird from Mature Metal, which was fine because it is a custom-fitted device, but it was simply not secure enough. In addition, I had continual problems with the weight of a “ball-capture” device (166 grams with lock). For these reasons, I abandoned this design and opted for devices designed to enclose just the glans of the penis and some of the shaft. The concept here is that the cage rests sufficiently snugly on the back of the glans to hold all the weight of device, while the piercing provides security and proper positioning. I got a Prince Albert (PA) piercing, but inasmuch as I am not circumcised, I got a “go-through” piercing of my foreskin as well. Chastity devices for PAs almost always state that they are for circumcised males only. From this point on, I wore a Lustlock Penicap, which I liked because of its light weight (28 grams with a substituted plastic lock). Unfortunately, the plastic device became brittle with cleaning and age, and eventually it became unwearable. At this point, the Penicap had gone out of production. I replaced the Penicap with a Steelworxx Tube Jacket 2, which is made almost entirely from stainless steel and weighs much more (103 grams) than a Penicap. Despite being a custom-fitted device, it was impossible to keep sufficient weight off of the PA piercing. Mistress Ayn suggested I try an Evotion chastity device because one of its models (Model Seven) is both lightweight and designed for a PA piercing. In addition, the company uses 3D printer technology to yield a seam-free, custom-fitted device in a variety of colors.
After supplying all the proper measurements, I bought a Model Seven with an internal lock ($265). As a proper sub, I ordered it in pink. I received an email that I could expect the device in 6 weeks. It took almost 9 weeks. As expected, the fit is excellent and there is almost no weight on the piercing. The four pieces of the device interlock together perfectly. My device weighs 38 grams. There is always some minor pinching when wearing it, but I ignore this pinching as something to remind me of who I am. The manufacturer suggests that the device is “inescapable when used with the piercing”, but as anyone who wears a chastity device knows, the only inescapable chastity device is, paradoxically, no chastity device, where it is so disrespectful to the keyholder to escape that escape is never considered. The Model Seven is easy to put on and remove, something I appreciate for sake of hygiene. Nylon is an excellent, durable plastic, but only time will tell if it will suffer the same fate as my Penicap. The manufacturer recommends cleaning in warm water and vinegar for odor control, and nylon does degrade in acidic solutions. My only real dislike is that I ordered it in pink and whoever made my device must be colorblind (see picture). I would be hard-pressed to call the Model Seven beautiful, but it has worked well so far, and I am pleased–as much as any chastity sub could be pleased being in chastity–with my purchase.