Whether you’re looking for the best chastity cage for long term wear, or cock cage for beginners we compare and review the best 2021 options all in one place:
Male chastity can be very rewarding and incredibly stimulating… if you do it right.
The first time I used a cock cage, it wasn’t much fun.
I bought a cheap knock-off that looked like a Holy Trainer (see below), but it was made of crappy plastic that pinched and wouldn’t fit properly. Then the ring broke in a couple of days and gave me a pretty nasty scratch!
In all, my first experience was so bad that I was turned off by the idea of chastity cages for a few months.
But eventually, I wanted to try again, and I’m glad I did.
Getting the right cage for the job was so important to have a good time.
I put together this list of the 7 best chastity cages so that you don’t have to suffer the way I did.
We’re going to go through all of them, but here are my 3 favorite picks in a nutshell.
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Top 3 Chastity Cages (2021)
Locked in Lust The Vice
Holy Trainer v4
The Best Chastity Cages
The CB-6000 is like the iPhone of chastity cages. It was the first big innovator, still is one of the most famous and popular, and everyone else started copying them.
It’s made of hard polycarbonate, but it doesn’t feel cheap or flimsy. It’s more than tough enough to keep any cock contained!
It has a hole for urine and ejaculation, so it’s suitable for long periods of use.
Add to that those convenient vents for air to get around. That helps a lot with keeping it fresh, especially in the summer months!
It has plastic padlocks, too, so you can even take it out with you and not worry about airport security!
One thing to note: The CB-6000 is pretty big for a cock cage. That means if you’re more “grower” than “show-er”, you might find it a bit loose.
For any other cage this would be a problem, but fortunately…
The components are fully compatible with smaller size cages! That means if you find the CB-6000 is too big or you just want a harder squeeze, you can use the same rings and spacers with smaller size like the CB-6000S.
That kind of attention to detail and thinking of the customer helps to make the CB-6000 our top choice for beginner to intermediate chastity enthusiasts.
The Vice is billed as the only inescapable cock cage that doesn’t require you to have a Prince Albert. The Alcatraz of chastity cages.
And I can say that, having tested this claim every day for a week… It works.
I wouldn’t call myself an eel, but I tried every escape idea I could think of. No dice. I was truly trapped.
Honestly, the anti-pullout technology should be the gold standard for every plastic cage. It’s a brilliant idea that works almost perfectly.
The Vice ships with many different parts included (4 spacers, 4 rings, 3 anti-pullout pieces), which is great for new users who want to experiment with different sizes.
And even better, you can order another size of these parts with your Vice at no extra charge! That’s great customer service and I wish other companies did the same thing.
It doesn’t come cheap (around $160), so I wouldn’t recommend the Vice to a complete beginner. Rather, it’s a good option for anyone looking to upgrade but who doesn’t want a custom-made device that costs a fortune.
With 5 different sizes of cage, there’s bound to be one that fits you and your keyholder’s requirements perfectly.
It comes in three standard colors — clear, black, and a humiliating baby pink. But for an extra $20, you can choose from any of 42 extra “custom colors”.
It’s very smooth and glossy on the inside, so it’s easy to put on and comfortable to wear.
The enclosed space feels extra restrictive and frustrating which is awesome. Unfortunately, it also makes the Holy Trainer harder to keep clean.
It’s so comfortable that it’s fine to wear for a day or two, but after that it will start to smell and need a good cleaning.
Unlike the Vice or the CB-6000, the Holy Trainer doesn’t have adjustable spacers and pins. Only the ring comes in different sizes.
This has its upsides and downsides. On the one hand, it’s simple to get started — you just fit the ring around your balls, get your cock in the cage and lock it up. You can do it in seconds!
On the other hand, it means you really need to get the right size of the cage.
If you don’t already know your measurements, you’ll want to try something cheaper or more adjustable first. Then once you know what size you need you can progress on to the Holy Trainer.
Some people want the feeling of cold hard metal bars, and the Dominix Deluxe delivers exactly that. It’s simple, pretty, and good luck trying to get hard in this!
It feels heavy when worn making it hard to do your everyday routine, but for men who like a challenge this might be right up your street.
It’s well ventilated so it’s suitable for long-term wear. You can even keep it on in the shower as long as there’s some room to get in and clean around the penis.
If you’re bigger than average while soft then you might want to look elsewhere. It’s tighter on the girth than it is on the length, so if you’re blessed with thickness you should try something adjustable.
Here’s the best part: the open spiraling design is awesome for teasing. The combination of exposed skin and strong metal constraint is a great recipe for ruined orgasm play.
So you can cum wearing it with enough effort, but it won’t be satisfying for you. Sadistic keyholders will love it!
Note: Test the lock before trying this cage long-term. I didn’t have any trouble with it, but some users have complained that the lock broke after a few uses. If you’re concerned, you can pick up a durable lock for a few bucks from any hardware store.
I’m gonna be honest with you.
When I first saw it…
This thing scared the hell out of me.
It’s not really a cage — you can (theoretically) achieve an erection and orgasm using this as a cock ring. But you would have to have a crazy high tolerance for pain.
It doesn’t come with a lock, but it should fit any standard small padlock (or a lock you got with another cage).
Each individual spike can be tightened, loosened, or removed for a fully customizable torture experience.
Full disclosure: I wasn’t brave enough to try it for an extended period of time. But I was told by a friend with more expertise in this area:
“If you’re into Cock and Ball Torture, this should be near the top of your shopping list”.
Why Lock Up Your Cock?
There’s an amazing freedom to being under control. Not to mention handing over the keys to your cock to your partner is HOT!
Even if you don’t think of yourself as a submissive or a slave, I think any adventurous man should try this kind of domination play at least once.
Best case scenario: you discover a whole new layer to your relationship and a whole new side of yourself.
Worst case scenario: you don’t get to cum for a bit, you learn something new and you can say with pride that you’re an adventurous soul.
Not to get all preachy about the prevalence of porn and instant gratification in our society or anything, but…
Some of us guys jack off way too much.
And in a relationship, that can have a negative effect on our sex lives.
If you masturbate alone every day, then you’ll probably want less sex. And when you do have sex, you might find be desensitized. You might even find it hard to cum.
That’s where cock cages can come in handy. Simply lock it up, hand your partner the key, and wait.
You’ll learn patience, gratitude, and HOLY CRAP when that cage comes off the intensity of feeling has to be experienced to be believed!
Some men don’t wear cages for kinky reasons at all.
It might sound crazy, but chastity can be a productivity hack.
Personally, I get distracted by horniness pretty often. I still manage to get my work done on time, but it’s more difficult for some guys.
The theory is that if you lock yourself up, you can’t orgasm. And if you can’t orgasm then all that creative energy has to go somewhere, right?
Maybe all you need to be the next Mozart, Voltaire, or Tesla is to deny yourself release. You can take off the cage when you’re rich and famous.
In a Long Distance Relationship
If you’re in a kinky couple but some distance away, then being locked up and giving your partner the key* can be so rewarding.
For submissive or just kinky guys, handing over control to your partner can deepen the connection between you and make the time you do spend together so much more intense.
ALWAYS keep a key for yourself to use in emergency situations, like if it chafes or causes pain. Your partner might enjoy you being caged — they won’t appreciate it if you have to go to the hospital!
What You Should Know Before Buying
If you just want something for short-term play, say if you’re going to put one on for a scene and then take it off, then some discomfort is fine. It’s really up to you and your keyholder what is acceptable.
But for long-term wear, comfort is king. If it’s uncomfortable in the first couple of hours, it will be painful in a day. And if it’s painful within a day, it could be dangerous by the end of the week.
Don’t take your own comfort lightly. If you can’t sleep in it, don’t buy one.
If it’s not comfortable to wear, but you want it on forever, ask yourself: “Is this worth losing my penis over?”
If you answered no, then get something comfortable.
And if you answered yes, then… Well, damn. That’s hardcore, dude. You probably know more about this fetish than I do, so don’t listen to me.
A cock cage should effectively cage your cock.
Duh, right. But hear me out.
When I say “effectively”, that means a few things. It should keep it secure, obviously. But also consider how hard you want it to restrain erections.
A snug-fitting metal cage will keep your penis from moving at all, whereas a looser plastic cage will allow for some movement and just prevent you from getting hard.
Which one you desire is up to you. Or, more likely, your keyholder.
When Shakespeare wrote, “discretion is the better part of valor”, he probably didn’t mean chastity cages. (Then again, who knows, maybe it was his thing.)
Long story short, you don’t want to go outside and have everyone looking at your cage underneath your trousers. Sleeker plastic cages will be better for this as they are easier to wear and move around in, and often less bulky under the pants.
You might have a noticeable bulge… but that’s not exactly a bad thing, is it?
Chastity cages come in a few different materials. Here’s a quick breakdown of what they are and what they’re best for.
Is it worth trying some cheap cages before moving on to something more expensive?
Yeah, probably. If you’re a complete beginner, there’s nothing wrong with buying a few cheap cages in different sizes and styles.
Fit and fashion are both important. If you spend 100+ bucks on a cage that is too tight or too loose, or — heaven help you — your keyholder doesn’t like the look, then you miiiight have some punishment coming your way.
Should I keep using a device that’s uncomfortable?
It depends. If you want something to wear on and off during scenes, then a bit of discomfort could be acceptable if that’s what you and your partner want.
Long-term, absolutely not. Discomfort will turn into pain, and pain can turn into a medical emergency faster than you’d think. If you want to wear a cage for longer than a few hours, comfort and safety are the priority.
Are they safe to wear for long periods of time?
- Is it comfortable enough that you forget you’re wearing it?
- Can you sleep normally while wearing it?
- There’s no itching, chafing or numbness anywhere?
- Does it fit your penis without compressing (squishing) it?
- Can you reach and clean all parts of the cage and your penis without taking it off?
If the answer to all of these questions is 100% YES, then…
…Maybe. It might be safe to wear for a long time.
You have to remember these devices aren’t tested. They’re not medical devices, so there’s basically no science telling us if they’re safe or dangerous.
The good news is, they probably don’t affect erections or cause ED.
The bad news is, a bad fitting cage could give you nerve damage, which means a rush to the emergency room and possible long-term damage.
Personally, I would never wear a cage longer than a few days. It’s not worth the risk.
And really — taking it off for cleaning and maintenance isn’t a day off. It’s what, 30 minutes maximum to wash both your penis and the cage? Another few minutes to dry it off? And then you can go right back in.
So all in all it’s not worth looking for a cage you can keep on forever, at least in my opinion. Get one that fits without causing pain and leave it on until it starts to smell, then take it off to clean for a bit. Rinse and repeat. Literally.
What about custom-made cages?
All of the devices on this list are made for the mass market. Some of them can be tuned to fit your dick size and preferences, while others can’t.
Nothing will indeed fit you as perfectly as a custom, made-to-order chastity cage. You (or your Dom/Domme) can tell the manufacturer exactly what you want, and they’ll make it for you.
But that customization comes at a price. You’re looking at around $300 minimum for a quality made-to-order metal device. So I wouldn’t recommend one unless you’re an experienced cage-user or have money to burn.
Hopefully, this list has helped clarify some of the murky world of male chastity. If you’re getting into it, then I wish you the best of luck and happy caging.
Have fun, and remember to stay safe!