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The Devil’s Triangle Urethral Sound is a beautiful toy made for deep urethral exploration. It is made of 316LVM Surgical Steel, so it’s medical-grade, safe, durable and smooth.
This toy increases in size the further you go, so it can hit all the right spots. It is available in two sizes. The Medium one starts at 5mm and grows to 11mm at its largest point. The X-Large one starts at 9 ½ mm and it grows to almost 13mm at its largest point. Both sizes are 5 ¼ inches long.The Toys listed on our site are for use by consenting adults only as either a Novelty Items, Fashion Accessories, or Sexual Toys. We assume no responsibility for Unsafe, Improper, or Illegal use of these items. Please be Safe, Consensual, and always use Common Sense!
- Indeed XL. Review by Floyd
Not for novices; but a great toy for those of us into stretching already. I did polish just a bit of the edges smoother but still enjoy the grab on removal. This one takes some time on the way out; that time is part of the fun for my Domme.
(Posted on 5/29/15)
- Re: Great tool Review by Eiskey
Sorry guys I meant "definitely NOT for novice UPers" !!
(Posted on 2/1/15)
- Great tool Review by Eiskey
Arrived last week and already tried twice. Definitely for novice UPers.
Already started enjoying the sensation of "pulling out", Some technique required.
Hard to explain, but great feeling!
(Posted on 2/1/15)
- great Review by ben
good quality. as other ppl say, not for beginners.
(Posted on 2/21/13)
- Fantastic Tool! Review by PocketPool
If you're interested in exploring the border between pleasure and pain (in a good way), this is the tool for you. I got the XL size, definitely not for beginners but for the more experienced in urethral play. The Devil was a bit intimidating to look at even for me who has taken larger tools, because of the shape. Kind of like the barb on a fish hook, it goes in but won't come back out.
The "cones" on the tool get progressively larger. On the XL size, the wide part of the cones start at 0.418" (10.6 mm) and they go up to 0.465" (11.8 mm). The cones do go IN very smoothly, that's the pleasure. But pulling back OUT, oh what pain! But pain in a good way. Actually, once the first cone comes back out, the rest are relatively easy. On day one, I only inserted 5 of the 11 cones. On day two, I inserted 8 cones. On day three, I inserted all 11 cones, the full length. I can see using this tool running it in and out continuously once I get accustomed to it (which shouldn't take too long). I can imagine the sheer ecstacy I'll be in when I'm able to do that.
(Posted on 10/1/12)
- There's a reason for the name. Review by David
There's a reason they call this the "Devil's Triangle." It's easy to get in, but be careful on the way out! If you've had other sounds with bulges on them you know they way they pop as they pass the tightest point at the entrance to the urethra? Well the last pop in that required a little pressure and play to insert didn't want to come out as easily. On the way in each step slowly widens. On the way out it just hits the next width. Not so easy. At first, I had a Devil of a time getting it out. I rested and relaxed. I brought that next step to that entry way where just a bit of the troublesome step was visible. From there, I tried to gently stretch the skin around that step. That worked just fine.
I would not recommend that if you are in the same position as I was to try to pull it free if you are erect. It just seemed to be frozen then. Flacid is better.
There was a tiny bit of blood around that one step, but on urination, there was no blood, no pain and no burning.
I'm not into S&M so I wasn't fond of the pain trying to get it out, but now that the fear is gone and I know how to handle it, I'm looking forward to another go round.
(Posted on 9/29/12)
- Untitled Review by Guest
A very exciting piece. I bought the larger one. Should have started with the smaller one.
(Posted on 2/29/12)