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Discreet Packaging

100% Discreet Packaging

Every one of our cock rings for sale is wrapped in discreet packaging for shipping so that you don't have to explain anything to your housemates upon delivery. The discreet packaging will have your name on it, but no mention of where the package has come from!

About Playmate Adult Sex Toy Store

100% New Zealand Owned and Operated

We have a passion for creating stimulating sexual experiences for adults of all ages, preferences and budgets. We don't believe sex toys are reserved for people who are out of the ordinary, we think everyone benefits from accessible - AFFORDABLE - sex toys from an NZ-based adult sex store you can trust.

Silicone or TPE Cock Rings?

Medical Grade TPE

Our cock rings are made out of medical-grade TPE, not silicone. The main advantage of TPE is that it is more robust and stronger at the seals than Silicone products - meaning, with proper care - they are more likely to last longer! TPE and Silicone are both non-allergenic, safe to use, easy to clean and used in medical and food products too!

Last Longer

Cock Rings Letting You Go the Distance

By wearing a cock ring, you reduce the flow of blood in and out of your penis - so the blood is essentially trapped in there - creating a hard erection. This also means that you are more likely to last longer as the ring prevents release for a longer period of time!

Are Cock Rings Safe to Use?

Using Your Cock Ring Safely

If you use your cock ring carefully and listen to your body then you are not going to have a problem. If your erection starts to hurt, or if the cock ring is too tight - you must always remove it immediately. Always use rings in the size that is suitable for your girth! See below for our FAQs to get more information!

Can You Wear a Condom With a Cock Ring?

Shield Up!

Yes, absolutely! Condoms do not affect the effectiveness of your cock ring, and we 100% recommend using a condom during every sexual encounter, regardless of which sex toys you use! Safe sex makes for great play!

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Put On A Cock Ring?

If you are using your cock rings on your penis shaft alone, use a bit of lube to gently slide the ring over the flaccid or semi-erect penis and slide it down to the base where it is comfortable. This is technically possible to do when there's already a full erection in play - but it is significantly harder and uncomfortable to push the ring over a fully erect penis, depending on the size of the cock ring and the girth you're working with. If you want to use the cock ring over your scrotum as well, it is best to do this with a flaccid penis. Put one testicle through the ring and then the other, and then bend the flaccid penis down to very gently push it through the loop as well. Once it's where you want it to be, you can secure the cock ring behind the scrotum and across the top of the penis.

How Long Can You Wear a Cock Ring For?

While blood restriction to your penis is considered by the sex toy industry to be safe enough in small bursts, the recommendation is not to wear a cock ring for longer than twenty to thirty minutes. If at any point your penis starts to hurt, or totally loses feeling, it is best to take the cock ring off immediately. The risk of leaving a cock ring on for too long includes tissue damage, quite like when you put a rubber band on one of your fingers and leave it there for too long - it's going to start to hurt. Listen to your body, and never wear it for longer than thirty minutes. Setting a time is best so that even when you're distracted, you won't lose track of time!

Do Cock Rings Pull Out Your Pubes?

Most cock rings are not designed to pull out pubic hair (that would be big of a design flaw, wouldn't it?) but sometimes it can happen. If the idea of a sharp snag of hair makes you get the shivers, then consider trimming back your pubic hair around the shaft and testicles to avoid any nasty yanks when using your cock rings.

What Kind of Lube Is Best to Use with a Cock Ring?

All sex toys should be used with a safe personal lubricant, and we recommend water-based lubricants. If you use an oil-based lubricant, it can damage latex products, which includes condoms - so should be avoided! To slide the cock ring on comfortably, choose a water-based lube like one of our selection here!

Are Cock Rings for Masturbation or Intercourse?

Both! You can use your rings for solo play or while engaging in sex with a partner. The ring allows you to last a bit longer, so it is a great tool if your partner has a sexual appetite that you'd like to keep up with during intercourse! Use lube for either situation, especially in the sliding on and off of the ring before and after you get down to it! If your penis stays fairly erect after intercourse, just be aware that taking the ring off may be harder than it was to put on - so be patient, and most of all, gentle!