With the number of sites now with excellent advice on chastity belts, its still sad to see the number of people complaining that they're having trouble with their chosen device. (Perhaps 'complain' is too strong? More accurately, ask questions after they've bought a device.)
One thing I'd like to make clear: there is no such thing as a stupid question. These devices can provide much fun, but can also be capable of inflicting a lot of pain, even damage, if not fitted properly. NEVER, EVER, hesitate to ask any question. It is stupid not to.
This is especially true of belt type devices. The CB-XXX type comes with different spacers to accomidate different sizes of anatomy. By comparision they are easier to start with.
Meanwhile back at the belts: One day I'd love a full belt. My start point is to ensure that I look at the body type for which the belt was designed. (Endomorph, Mesomorph, or Ectomorph) From there I will be having a lengthy conversation with the maker. But only after I read their website. I don't want to ask what has already been asked. I want to get straight to the detailed 'me' questions.
It would be lovely to have a collection...