Transport Chair Test



Release Year: 2020

In running a website like SeriousMaleBondage, we end up with a large assortment of gear. Some of it belongs to us, some is given to us by manufactures, some of it is on loan to us from other kinksters, and some we have no idea where it came from.

In the first video of this update titled ‘Canvas Asylum’, our friend Mind Drive is put into an asylum muzzle from Mr S. Since this video was shot years ago, I don’t think they make this style any more, but they make something similar. Search for ‘asylum’ on their site. Next, we put him into a Maxcita ‘Psycho’ straitjacket and leg boot. The boot was made for our German friend and is way too big for Mind Drive, but we made it work anyway.

The cool thing about Maxcita gear is that its straps are made for suspension. We have an overhead crank hoist and suspension bar (from Mr S) which we lowered and attached to the suspension straps of the straitjacket. Notice that once Mind Drive is hoisted off the floor he rotates around quite freely and easily. This is due to the ball-bearing swivel we used. You can find these swivels by doing a Google search for ‘rock climbing swivel’. If you are going to buy one, I suggest buying the heaviest and most over-rated swivel. Don’t buy a smaller one even though it may have adequate specifications. Anyway, these swivels are totally awesome and are completely silent, and allow the suspended person to be rotated effortlessly.

After a while we lowered Mind Drive onto a unique padded board which was on loan to us. As you will see, the padding on the board’s surface is cut to the outline of a sleepsack, and there are hooks all around the padding which are used as tie-down points. When this board was loaned to us, we didn’t get the straps with it, so we used some red cord to secure Mind Drive. He was cocooned, restrained, secured and totally helpless, which is exactly where he wanted to be!

The second video of this update is titled ‘Transport Chair Test’. We had cobbled together this chair by using a hard-plastic police transport seat which someone gave us. This seat is used in the back of police cars to restrain prisoners who are handcuffed behind their back. There are special cutouts in the back of the chair which make room for the prisoner’s arms and cuffed hands. We used some Unistrut metal to build a frame for the chair, mounted the frame on plywood, bolted on a pair of snowboard bindings, attached a 5-point racing harness, and added wheels to the bottom of the plywood.

Format: mkv (Matroska)
Duration: 5:28
Video: 1920×1080, AVC (H.264)



File size: 1.9 GB