As you may know, I bought a Steelworxx Looker 3. It came in during my long blogging hiatus, so I never posted about it. The Looker 3 is an open design device designed for men with a Prince Albert piercing. A padlock is run through the piercing and the cage, making it inescapable and ensuring chastity is maintained. While I would love to be wearing a device that could not be escaped, both J and I have decided against me being pierced. That aside, I was interested in getting a device that had an open design. I’ve owned a Steelworxx Steelheart for a couple years and while the Steelheart is a great device, I’ve decided it’s a little heavier than I would like and harder to stay clean in, too. I still use the Steelheart from time to time, but don’t typically wear it for more than two days. The Looker is so much lighter, and also better sized for me. The sizing isn’t really device related, it’s simply that I’ve gained experience wearing chastity devices, and now have a better idea on how to get things sized just right for me. You can read about others experiences and while it’s certainly helpful, we’re all different and what works for the chaste guy down the block may not work for you! Most of the time, my Looker is so comfortable I can barely feel it. Keep in mind, I’m very accustomed to wearing a device, so that might not be the case if I was new to chastity.
I decided on the Looker 3 for a few reasons. I liked it’s open cage design and also absolutely love the Steelworxx integrated lock option. It’s low profile, very secure, and still key operated. I can easily slip my tape enclosed emergency key in my wallet, and my wife can still carry her key on her necklace (though she doesn’t wear it very often!). After having that style lock on my Steelheart, I didn’t want a padlocked design like on my cb-6000s. As for the modifications, since I don’t have a PA, I didn’t need the PA padlock. I also wanted to make urinating less messy. Instead of a series of very small holes at the cap, I had Steelworxx cut a slot to allow easy line up of the meatus and a clean urine stream. I do need to make sure I’m lined up, but once I am, it’s pretty easy.
I will add more photos and cover more about the device in Part Two.