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Remember when Christian Grey introduced Anastasia Steele to his Red Room of Pain? Yes, it was probably one of the proudest moments for the BDSM community in this naughty world. Because for the first time, non-kinksters got the chance of getting a glimpse of a kink’s sex life.

The toys, the equipment, and the sex dungeon are just a few notable things that opened people’s minds about the group’s kinky side. That more than the deviant and epic sex, there’s something more profound about it that vanilla supporters wouldn’t understand. And from then on, many have shown interest in taking the stride to either support or join the group. As a result, in today’s preference for sex, people would say the kinkier it is, the better.

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To welcome newbies aboard or strengthen a couple’s love for BDSM play are these dedicated toys included in this Bondage Kits Collection of Wicked Sex Toys. How will restraints help spice things up in bed, and why are there other toys aside from the shackles? Come on and find out.

Familiarity with your lover is what initially makes sex really good”

There is a reason why bondage comes first before disciplining in BDSM. It means through bondage, which is a form of punishment, the dominant gets to punish his/her submissive. Because when the latter is completely tied up, all matters involving pain and pleasure now rely on the former’s control.

With this BDSM collection, the restraints are the center of attraction. All the cuffs present here are made of sultry-looking and sleek synthetic leather. They are adjustable and durable enough to stand the test of time. Other shackles are layered with soft and fluffy faux fur to make them more comfortable and sensual on the skin. With all these features, who wouldn’t love the idea of being tied up or restrained?

What’s more exciting about these kits is the thought that it is not just focusing on bondage alone. They can go far and beyond with other toys included in each set.

What are the accessories included in some sets, and what are their specific roles in bondage activities, you may ask? First is the blindfold. It adds thrill to the scene as the submissive becomes clueless about the dominant’s course of action.

For humiliation and pet play, some kits have both collars with leash and ball gags, including the incredible sailor BDSM kit. With these two, there are lots of role-plays ready to be portrayed. The only limit is the creativity of the players.

And who wouldn’t love some good spanking or inflicting of pain while on restraints? That’s why the sets here may have flogger, paddle, and even nipple clamps. These toys will enable dominants to take complete control over the submissive’s body. It’s about time to experience pain and pleasure simultaneously.

But if players want to go all out when it comes to restraints, the rope and cross straps are also available to save the day. With these two, going for the extreme bondage positions such as hogtie, classic damsel, strappado, and many more will now be easy to imitate.

Just like the restraints, these materials make use of synthetic leather. The breathable ball gag, however, may be in plastic or silicone base. They come in luscious colors that will indeed add more lustful vibes.

Now that everything you need is already in one kit, there’s no more reason for you to postpone your long-overdue interest in entering the BDSM world or moving forward to the next level. You can finally have your version of Red Room of Pain. So hop on the fun of using different toys during playtime. Add one BDSM gear or collect all these to your cart today!

What’s Included in Wicked Sex Toys’ Bondage Kits?

Our range of bondage sets includes a mixture of BDSM items that are suitable to those who are new to this type of play and those who are a dab hand.

All kits vary in what they include, some essential items are a necessity, look for a sinful bondage kit that includes some of these items:

Leg cuffs

Ball gag

Bondage rope

Nipple clamps

Butt plugs

Bondage tape

Blindfold

Paddle

Inside a bedroom bondage kit for beginners, you’ll find softer items, like blindfolds and ticklers. If you’re new to bondage, these are the perfect items to ease you in! Or, if you need some extra direction, a sexy game can give you instruction and determine the moves for you and your partner.

To kick things up a notch we’d suggest trying out one of our restraint kits, which invite the opportunity for sensory play when combined with a blindfold. Or, it gives you the chance to explore your first flavour of a sub and Dom relationship.

The more experienced bondage players will find extensive kits filled with items like floggers, bondage rope and nipple or clit clamps. These sets are designed to help you take your bondage journey to the next level, increasing sensations and the level of kink.

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What Is BDSM?

Before we can teach you how to do it, you first need to understand exactly what it is. Although people refer to BDSM as any kind of sexual play that isn’t vanilla, it’s actually an umbrella term that is made up of multiple different disciplines!

There are three main aspects of BDSM:

B&D

Bondage and Discipline. Bondage refers to the use of restraints in a manner that enhances sexual pleasure, whereas Discipline is the use of punishment or reward in response to a set of rules. So if you’ve ever spanked your partner for being naughty or used a pair of handcuffs, then congratulations! You have dabbled in the world of B&D.

D&S

Dominance and submission. This branch places a heavier emphasis on power play, hence why some refer to it as D/s (note the capital D and lower case s, which emphasises this further). This type of BDSM play can either be informal, such as a teacher and student fantasy, or much heavier in the form of humiliation. If you’ve ever acted out a power play fantasy, like boss and secretary, then you’ve dipped your toe in here.

S&M

Sadism and masochism. Remember the Rihanna song? Well this is what she was singing about! This branch is not only the most physical, but it’s also the branch that you’ve likely come across most often thanks to popular culture. It often links in quite strongly with B&D and D/s aspects of play, or perhaps you’re just into something a little rougher!

From hair pulling, spanking and biting, to paddling, whipping and clamps, it’s all part of the S&M world.

Why Engage In BDSM?

BDSM is a gateway to sexual experimentation, and can take your pleasure to whole new levels, but it also brings a whole number of other benefits to your general health and your relationship. The whole point of this bondage guide is to encourage you to be more open with your partner and experience new levels of BDSM pleasure.

Enhances intimacy between couples

Any type of sexual expression requires a certain degree of intimacy, but during a BDSM scene that level of intimacy is actually greatly enhanced due to the physical risk that can actually be involved. Think about it; if you’re going to be trussed up, gagged and blindfolded, or spanked, then you are placing an incredibly high level of trust in your partner.

And there’s even some science to back this up, so don’t just take our word for it! In 2009, a study was published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior that looked at the impact on couples bonding in consensual sadomasochistic activity, and found that when SM activities went well, there was an increase in relationship closeness.

Helps your communication

Before two people can even think about taking part in a BDSM scene, they must communicate openly and honestly with one another. They must discuss their sexual desires and limits in great detail, come up with a “safe word” which immediately stops all play, and be able to draw the line between play and typical relationship behaviour.

Transparency and open and honest interaction are the founding pillars of a healthy BDSM relationship, and these can transfer into other areas of your life.

Improve your mental health

Any kind of physical activity can have a positive effect on our mental health, whether it’s exercise, physical touch or sex, thanks to the release of endorphins and Oxytocin (the ‘love’ hormone) in our brains. But the same can also be said about BDSM.

We’ve already covered one of the myths regarding the world of BDSM; that those who practice it must have something wrong with their mental health. However, it might even be said that the opposite is true!

According to studies, those who considered themselves to be ‘BDSM-friendly’ were more open to new experiences, were less rejection-sensitive, less neurotic, and more extraverted.

Those who participated in BDSM had lower levels of cortisol (the stress hormone) afterwards. And we all know the negative impact that stress can have on our mental and physical health.

Masturbation is our natural way of releasing tension, and it teaches us sexual self-reliance.

Experience more pleasure

The old saying is true; there really is a fine line between pleasure and pain. For many people, the notion of being in pain, whether that’s through a light spanking or the prick of a Wartenberg Pinwheel, can really heighten the feelings of pleasure when they finally do arrive.

However, the notion of enhanced pleasure can actually go much further. If you restrict your partner’s senses, by tying them up, adding a blindfold or earplugs to reduce their hearing, then their other senses will experience a spike in sensitivity; most notably their skin or sense of touch. Plus, not being able to see, hear or touch your partner can really add some spice to the proceedings.

The Different Types Of BDSM

The world of BDSM isn’t just black and white; in fact it is anything but! There are dozens of different ways to play out there for you to experiment with, so you’re sure to find something that suits your tastes.

To help introduce you to this whole new world, we’ll cover just a few of the types out there, but remember this list isn’t complete. We’re just easing you in slowly, darling. Consider it inspiration for any bondage ideas when the time comes to play.

Role play

No doubt this is a category that the majority of readers will be familiar with. Student and teacher or patient and doctor; they all fall under the same category of role play.

Restraining

Also known as bondage, this type of play refers to any method that is used to bind you or your partner during a scene. This can include handcuffs, blindfolds, clamps, spreader bars, ropes, wrist and ankle cuffs, and hog ties. For those who are more advanced, ceiling suspension equipment and the use of bondage furniture like a St. Andrew’s Cross can also come into play.

Japanese Rope Bondage

As we’ve explained above, ropes fall under the category of restraining already, but Japanese Rope Bondage is an art form in itself. This practice, also known as Shibari or Kinbaku, uses intricate rope patterns on the willing submissive to create harnesses and restraints, and can twist you into all kinds of positions.

Impact play

In a nutshell, impact play does exactly what it says on the tin; it’s all to do with any type of impact that may be inflicted on a person’s body. This covers bare-handed spanking, flogging, caning, whipping, paddling, or spanking with a ruler. Wanna spank? We’ll show you how.

Learning how to do SM is like learning how to have sex all over again.”

Sensation play

This refers to any type of play where you are enhancing the sensations your partner will experience. Some of the most common techniques include wax play or involving ice; playing with food such as melted chocolate or whipped cream; using feathers, scarves or ticklers; using a Wartenberg Wheel or electro toys.

FAQs

What should I keep in mind when using restraints?

Consent has always been essential to restraints. You don’t want to push your partner to try or keep using restraints if they’ve been uneasy with it.

You would want to check your partner frequently, especially at the beginning. If you’d like to keep on moving to a kinkier play, decide a safe word, which is a unique term that each individual will use to stop the scene right away.

Can I combine other sex toys with restraints?

A lot of people use restraints together with other sex toys, particularly vibrators and dildos.

Various restraints can also work best on different sex toys. Bed restraint devices can integrate well with dildos and vibrators, whereas collars and leashes function well with a broader range of sex gadgets.

What should not be used as bondage restraints?

Before you run out and buy every bondage item under the sun, you need to make sure what you have in your arsenal is truly going to help you enhance your relationship and keep her begging for more. Although some DIY bondage supplies look fun, there are some things that you should never use.

Among the things to avoid is duct tape. Even though it seems traditional, duct tape can be irritating. Because it’s extremely sticky, ripping it off will hurt, and you’ll probably lose some hair as well. You shouldn’t use any rope, either. Bondage play is not possible with regular rope, sports rope, or garden rope, due to their toughness and coarseness.


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