Sir Richard's Condom Company Toys Control Vibrating Silicone Edging Trainer
Sir Richard's Condom Company Toys Control Vibrating Silicone Edging Trainer
Sir Richard's Condom Company Toys Control Vibrating Silicone Edging Trainer
Sir Richard's Condom Company Toys Control Vibrating Silicone Edging Trainer
Sir Richard's Condom Company Toys Control Vibrating Silicone Edging Trainer
Sir Richard's Condom Company Toys Control Vibrating Silicone Edging Trainer

Sir Richard's Condom Company - Control Vibrating Silicone Edging Trainer

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Before we get into the (very impressive!) specs of this genius tool from Sir Richards, it's time for a quick refresher on edging. Trust us, it might come in handy someday! Edging is when you bring yourself riiiiight to the edge of orgasm, stop, and repeat. Anyone can play around with edging, but it's extra effective for men, as it helps build up stamina in the face of serious stimulation. Not only can edging bring on a super-intense orgasm when the time finally comes (pun definitely intended), but it can help slow you/him down, making sex or stroking last longer. Win/win!

On that note, please meet the Edging Trainer. This little stroker is small but definitely mighty, featuring dramatic texture, a flexible open-faced design that can be used over any part of the penis, and eight powerful vibration modes.

To use, slip the flexible silicone wings over the head of your/his penis to position the vibrating core wherever you want it. Add a little water based lube and stroke, or just hold it in place. The point of edging is to stop before things get out of control, so when you feel the signs, ease off. Breathe, regain control and start over. After a few rounds, take yourself over the edge and enjoy a super-intense orgasm. Of course, if edging isn't your cup of coffee, you can definitely forgo the wait and just go for a fast finish!

Eight modes of optional vibration cue up with a touch of a button placed within easy reach at the side of the Trainer. Vibration is conveniently USB rechargeable, and powers up via an included magnetic charge cord and a free USB port.

In body safe silicone, the Edging Trainer is hypoallergenic and extra hygienic. Clean well before and after use with some warm soapy water or a good toy care fluid/foam. Compatible with any favorite water-based lube -  please avoid contact with silicone lubes and other silicone toys. Waterproof.

* The Silicone Edging Trainer is about 2.5" (6.4cm) long and approximately 2.5" (6.4cm) wide. Each silicone 'wing' is about 1.5" (3.8cm)
Care & Cleaning

Storage, Care, & Cleaning

All of our pieces are made to last with proper care. 

To keep your piece looking beautiful, we recommend the following:

Avoid getting it wet

Avoid getting leather wet, as this will warp and discolor the leather and eventually cause the leather to break down. If you do accidentally get your leather wet, dry it off with a towel, and lay it flat to dry thoroughly in a cool, dry place. Do not heat the leather in an attempt to dry it, as this will cause the leather to crack and warp.

Water, from a shower, pool, lake, ocean, and even sweat will react with the plating. Rose gold contains copper, and this will cause it to oxidize. Even sterling silver will oxidize black. This goes double for any piece with beads, including pearls and crystals. Water will damage any beading.

Avoid chemicals

Avoid getting sprays of any kind on your leather. Hairspray, perfume or cologne, or any other kinds of chemicals can negatively effect the finish of the leather, and build up over time.

Perfumes, body sprays, hair sprays, any kind of spray. Lotions, sunscreen, moisturizers. Anything you put on your body should be applied and dry before your jewelry or gear goes on.

Don't wear it 24/7

​​​​​​​Plating, unfortunately, has a lifespan, and the more you wear it, the faster it will fade. We recommend solid gold, sterling silver and stainless steel for 24/7 collars.

Keep it clean

Our leather is fully finished and does not require any conditioning, however, you will want to make sure you keep it clean. 

To clean your leather, use a damp cloth to gently remove any dirt, oils, or any other substance. Dry with a soft cloth immediately after. Do not use any cleaning products or solvents, as they can damage the color and finish of the leather.

​​​​Clean your jewelry and leather gear when you take it off. Simply wipe it down with a soft, dry cloth to remove any residue. For plated jewelry, this requires extra care, as polishing cloths can remove the plating very quickly. 

Store it safely

​​​​​​​Keep your jewelry wrapped in a soft cloth, bag, or in a drawer. You can hang it from a jewelry organizer, just do your best to keep it clean and untangled. Avoiding exposure to air will prevent silver, copper, and brass from oxidizing.

Other Common Concerns

Tarnished Sterling Silver

Sterling silver is called '.925 sterling silver' because it contains 92.5% fine silver, the remaining 7.5% is copper, which makes it stronger/harder and also has the unfortunate side-effect of causing it to oxidize when exposed to moisture and air. Oxidization, or tarnish, in sterling silver, is black, so you may think your jewelry is dirty. Often it just needs a buff with a jewelry polishing cloth to look as good as new. We are happy to polish, buff and refinish sterling silver jewelry for a small fee.

Skin Irritation & Metal Allergies

All Restrained Grace-made products are nickel free unless noted otherwise. 

Our iridescent rainbow hardware contains chromium.

All of our jewelry and hardware is lead and nickel free.

Some people occasionally experience a burning, itching and/or redness, usually on the skin beneath jewelry and gear. This condition may be due to the build-up of soaps, lotion, dead skin, etc, or it may be chafing irritation. To avoid skin irritation and to keep your pieces in tip-top-shape, do not wear your pieces when using cleaning products or lotions, and clean your pieces frequently.

Black Residue

Certain types of cosmetics contain chemicals that can abrade your jewelry, causing a sort of metallic dust. This metallic dust often appears black and can cause smudges on your skin or clothing. To avoid this problem, put on your jewelry after applying your cosmetics.

Black smudges may also be caused by corrosion due to perspiration, exposure to salts and exposure to hydrogen sulfide gas (present in polluted air, some foodstuffs and industrial chemicals). To avoid these smudges, we recommend that you do not wear your jewelry while handling chemicals or products containing sulfur, and gently polish your jewelry often to remove tarnish.

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