Things You Should Pay Attention to When Shopping for a Sex Swing
As we mentioned above, there are many types and designs of sex swings. Every model can give you the pleasure and unique experience that comes with owning a sex swing, but there are a few things you should pay attention to make sure you’ve found the swing fit for your sexual desires:
Swing type: There are several types of swings: ceiling, door, sex slings, body sex swings, and spinning sex swings. Ceiling mounted sex swings require a permanent installation of hooks drilled into the ceiling, while door-mounted swings are attached to doors or door frames. Sex slings are similar to these two types but have a limited range of motion compared to them. On the other hand, body sex swings are models with harnesses attached to another person instead of a wall, ceiling, stand, or door. As its name suggests, a spinning sex swing is a swing that can be rotated 360 degrees. The type of swing that is the best fit for your sex life depends on your kink and desires, or to be more specific, whether you prioritize couple play, comfort, adjustability, experience, or experimenting options.
Safety: This is one of the most important factors you need to analyze in sex swings. It’s essential to install the swing safely, as any mistake during assembly or installation can lead to severe injuries. Wall and ceiling mounted sex swings require the most care during installation, so if you want an easier and simpler installation, opt for a door or a free-standing swing, or a model that arrives fully assembled.
Adjustability: If one person will be using the swing at all times, you’ll want one that will be able to adjust to his or her body. But if you will interchangeably use the swing, it needs to be fully adjustable to accommodate different heights, sizes, and weights. Some models can also rotate 360 degrees, allowing you to try out different poses and angles. If you’re buying a sex swing to experiment and explore different things, find one that is fully adjustable and can be rotated in all directions.
Weight support: Sex swings have their own weight limits. Depending on the type of swing, it can support the weight of one or two people, so if you want to use the toy together with your partner at the same time, make sure that the swing you’re buying and the structure you’re mounting it to (if any) is capable of supporting both of you at the same time.
Comfort: Swings can be made of various materials, from leather and rubber to neoprene or some other type of fabric. You may be using the sex swing for several hours at a time, so logically, you want to have something that will be comfortable for both you and your partner, especially if you’re the person being strapped. Straps made of rough materials may start digging into your thighs or arms and start causing discomfort, which can negatively impact the whole swinging experience. If comfort is a big thing for you, make sure to find a swing that has enough padding to make using it comfortable for both parties.
Installation and space: Not all people are open to sharing their sex desires and what they do in the bedroom. If you want to keep the ownership of the sex swing private, you will need one with no apparent installation parts (like hooks on walls or ceilings)causing discomfort, negatively impacting, and a model that can be stored discretely. Self-standing swings are bulkier, so they can’t be stored as discretely as body swings or slings. On a similar note, wall and ceiling sex swings require hooks to be drilled into them permanently, so their traces cannot be fully erased as some other types of swings.