Chain or Cord?
Of course, a chain joining the 2 clamps looks cool, but you might want to separate the clamps, or have a much longer length - or even have nothing at all. I found that I wanted to make changes to lengths, and knotting cords were easier. If I had chains, I would want a hook on one clamp.
Here is a photo - not me, by the way.
All the photos are in my Nipple Clamp Experiments album.
It shows 5 positions to initially attach a clamp:
- an upper or lower position
- an outer or inner position
- a central position, pointing straight in front.
The reason I mention these is that you can initially attach a clamp, then alter its position, to add some tension or twist. Here is a photo (me this time) of a clamp that was attached in the upper position, then just left to hang by its own weight. Movement of the body causes a painful bouncing motion.
Here is an another example:
It shows a clamp being attached at the outer position, then folding it inwards to the inner position, stretching the nipple. You might also rotate the clamp, whilst keeping it flat on the chest. So, rotating the clamp by 180 degrees makes the clamp move from outer to inner position. This is very intense.
This section is quite personal - my chest is 38", not particularly overweight, so thought with bigger breasts or more sensitive nipples might find the ideas don't work. Invent your own!
Here is a photo -
the cord goes behind the neck, and has been adjusted to be tight. You might wish to tighten the cord after a couple of minutes, or initially attach the clamps in the lower or outer positions. The lower gives a stretch, and the outer gives an intense twist.
This works for me because of my size. Here is a photo:
The clamps were attached in the inner position, and slowly pulled together, and joined by a pin, making my nipples 8" apart. Initially, they were 10" apart.
The effects are intense: the breath shortens, and it is difficult to take deeper breaths because of pain when the chest expands. It also makes one stoop slightly - standing up straight, or even clasping hands behind head and widening the elbows causes more pain.
To reduce the pain, you can put hands on knees and stoop forward, but returning to an upright position causes more pain. I also get an erection, by the way!
So, the unity position - for me - allows a range of intensity. You might also add a twist, by initially fixing the clamps in the upper position.
Next, I will explore weights.