Constructed with a solid braid this rope is significantly more stable than traditional laid 3 strand twist. Whilst nylon rope offers a soft feel that can promote increased sensuality, the inherent durability owing to solid braid has made nylon rope one of the favourite choices in fusion bondage.
100% nylon means that it is typically safer to use on bottoms who possess a sensitive allergic nature and braided nylon rope can easily be machine washed.
Easy to handle and tie, Nylon rope also holds knots well. It’s main vice is the low heating point, where even a small amount of friction can cause rope burn. Nylon is extremely strong with a high breaking point, and the solid braid construction reduces the stretch characteristic to less than 15%, which almost mimics rope made from natural hemp.
Long lasting, with a fantastic feel against the skin, this is a great rope for beginners and experts alike.
- Random Review by David
- If, once you've brought the ends of the rope through the lark's head, you then wrap back around both wrists and go through the new lark's head that's created, (it's like the back of a bikini harness) you get a cuff with four wraps around each wrist rather than two, which better distributes any pressure on the wrists. You then, as in the video, split the tails to cinch the cuff with a knot opposite the lark's heads. Also, the single and double lark's head approaches both give you a built-in pulley effect to bring the wrists closer together if needed before cinching, though with the double, the lark's heads tend to move a bit less when you do it. (Posted on 6/7/12)
- Delightful Review by Lorenna
- Thank you thank you thank you. This is so much better than the rope we were using. Highly recommend. (Posted on 2/23/12)
- Damn Good Review by John
- When I first received this rope I was a little concerned, it didn't look like the other ropes I'd previously purchased. The weave was quite different. It is however now my favourite. It is somehow softer, and it is definately more flexable. I think the combination of this makes it better at holding knots. You guys should call it something different so that it stands out more against other nylon rope choices. It is that good. (Posted on 12/5/11)
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