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Ultimate Bondage Toys Guide

Ultimate Bondage & Kinky Toys Guide

If you've got a question about bondage toys then Adam and Eve has the answer! Our Ultimate Bondage Toys Guide is filled with inside information, tips and advice to help you find the very best kinky bondage toys, learn how to use them, and how to enjoy bondage safely. Now let's get kinky!

What are Bondage Toys?

Bondage toys are any sex toy related to BDSM, including handcuffs, blindfolds, gags, paddles and nipple clamps. Bondage toys focus on control, either taking it or giving it up. That can mean giving your partner a spanking or allowing them to tie you up in bed. If you want to spice up your sex life with a little kinky fun, then bondage sex toys are just what your master ordered.

How to Find the Best Bondage Toys

There are hundreds of different bondage sex toys for you to try, which can make it hard to equip your sex dungeon. We asked Adam & Eve's sex toy experts for some advice, and they put together a helpful bondage toy guide so you can find your kinky match.

Bondage Toy TypesProsConsSuggested Uses
Kinky Bondage Clothing

Kinky Bondage Clothing

Bondage-themed lingerie

Some include built-in restraints

Skin-tight

Limited color options

Getting in a kinky bondage mood

Kinky Bondage Kit

Kinky Bondage Kits

Comes with multiple types of bondage toys 

Includes toys you might not want to try

Experimenting with bondage

Bondage Restraints and Handcuffs

Restraints & Handcuffs

Tieing you or your lover up

Require a partner

Dominating your partner

Submitting to your partner

Bondage Blindfolds and Gags

Kinky Blindfolds & Gags

Sensory deprivation

Need a creative & playful imagination to get the most out of them

Spicing up foreplay

Nipple Clamps

Nipple Clamps

Pinches & squeezes your nipples

Can be hard to balance pleasure & pain

Nipple stimulation

Paddles and Whips

Paddles & Whips

Spanking & teasing your partner

Not everyone likes getting spanked

Punishing your partner for being bad

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How to Buy Bondage Toys

Now that you've met some bondage toys, it's time to do some serious shopping. Here's some other things you need to know about bondage toys before hitting the Add to Cart button.


Beginner Bondage Kit

Start with a Bondage Kit.
If you don't know a lot about bondage toys, then a kit is the best place to start. Kinky bondage kits typically include several different types of bondage sex toys like restraints, whips and blindfolds. This lets you experiment with the different aspects of BDSM so you can find what you like.

Bondage Toy Budget

Plan Your Bondage Toy Budget.
There are bondage toys out there for all types of budgets. Basic bondage toys like blindfolds and wrist restraints tend to be on the lower end of the price scale. Bondage toys made from leather or material tend to cost more.

Bondage Bed Kit

Make Sure Your Bondage Toy Fits Your Bed.
Most bondage toys are straps and ropes that you can tie to your bed. That might be a problem if your headboard doesn't have anything you can tie them to. In that case, look for a single-piece restraint kit that slips around your mattress.




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How to Use Bondage Toys Safely

It's easy to get carried away during bondage, which is why safety is such an important element. Learn how you can use your kinky bondage toys responsibly with these tips.


Using Bondage Toys

Talk It Over With Your Partner First.
Before trying bondage toys, it's important to talk about your plans with your partner. Make sure they're comfortable with everything you want to try.


Pick a Safe Word.
Some people borrow from traffic lights - using "yellow" when they feel uncomfortable and "red" when they want to stop. Others pick something unusual like "rhino."


Make Sure You Can Get Out.
Beginner bondage toys are designed for easy removal. Most restraints use Velcro, while handcuffs might come with an emergency release in case you lose the keys.


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