Nipple play - recommendations

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Nipple play - recommendations

Post by phil490 » Sun Sep 01, 2019 7:12 am

Hi,
I have the 2B and I love getting stimulated on my nipples.
Do you have any recommendations on nipple play with estim?
Which electrodes to use best and how to ensure safety?
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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by Stimaddict » Tue Sep 03, 2019 3:11 pm

There is a general estim safety rule that says "Don't Stim Above The Waist" to prevent any risk of interrupting your heart rhythm. Opinions differ but the bottom line is *don't* nipple stim unless you are experienced and know exactly what you are doing.

IMHO (and it *is* just my opinion) nipple stim is safe so long as you don't do anything stupid like driving current straight through your heart - i.e. trodes front and back of your chest.

Some say it's safe to place a trode (e.g. a TENS pad) on one nipple with a second trode on your other nipple. However it makes sense to use bipolar nipple trodes (clamps, etc) or keep the trodes close together, if nothing else because it feels better. In other words you could, for example, stick on two cut-down TENS pads either side of one nipple.

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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by phil490 » Tue Sep 03, 2019 3:56 pm

Okay, only problem is that I only can drive two bipolar clamps with my B2.
Is it possible to put them in parallel so that they can be driven by one channel? This should be also a safe way, or?

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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by Stimaddict » Tue Sep 03, 2019 7:39 pm

phil490 wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 3:56 pm
Is it possible to put them in parallel so that they can be driven by one channel? This should be also a safe way, or?
Yes, that would work provided you wire them up correctly as TWO separate bipolar electrodes.
You could use splitter cables like these: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/161085051445

Personally I don't find it necessary to use a quality stim box for nipple stim because it does not need much power. I just use a small TENS unit on my nipples, then I can save the 2B for my cock, balls and ass.

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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by StimJoy » Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:03 pm

So Stimaddict, do you use the "two-pads" method on either side of the nipple, or something else?

I was thinking along these lines of how to stimulate the nipple over this past weekend.

I saw these: https://www.amazon.com/Adjustable-Fetis ... NT5E4E7T32

and these: https://www.amazon.com/Piercing-IrBingN ... QYXQ8STDM6

Now first thought would be, hey, I could just hook up a pos/neg trode to either side, but....since the ring is metal you'd have a short circuit.

So then I thought, hey, I should post this idea here for those with 3D printers - could the outer main ring be made from non-conductive material, and while it is made the process creates "screw threads" in the two side holes? Then you can just thread in the two metal pieces, which would then be electrically separated. Simply clip your pos trode to one side and neg to the other, and you'd have a highly focused bi-polar trode securely clamped right to both sides of the nipple (provided your nipples are big enough/stick out enough for the clamp to grab). Wouldn't need a lot of power from the machine to trigger feeling, since the two end of the bi-polar would be so close to each other, and should mitigate any issues with current going elsewhere.

Anyone here up to the task? JoAnne? I currently don't have a 3D printer, otherwise I'd give it a go. I suspect the biggest challenge would be to CAD design the screw threads to be the proper size. I suppose you could just make the holes smooth, but a little smaller than the screw diameter, and just "force screw" them in, but that would probably wear away after a few times. Another idea would be to have the two electrodes be opposite magnets; now you don't have to worry about using screw threads to hold them in place - just let magnetism squeeze them together against your nipple, then hook up the power.

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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by Stimaddict » Wed Sep 04, 2019 10:04 am

StimJoy wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:03 pm
So Stimaddict, do you use the "two-pads" method on either side of the nipple, or something else?
Yes I prefer 2 TENS pads (per nipple) because they're cheap, easy and don't 'pinch'. I cut them down to 1/2 x 3/4 of an inch then stick them close together over the nipple. Feels really nice!

Commercial Bi-Polar Nipple Clamps are available, like the Mystim Barry Bite: https://www.mystim.com/en/barry-bite-p256
E-Stim Systems used to sell something like this but dropped the line. You can find similar items much cheaper on eBay, usually sold from China. https://www.dhresource.com/webp/m/0x0s/ ... nipple.jpg

There is also the bipolar cup-type breast trode, more suitable for females: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/122660432428
StimJoy wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:03 pm
Now first thought would be, hey, I could just hook up a pos/neg trode to either side, but....since the ring is metal you'd have a short circuit.
You could always connect a metal nipple clamp then stick on a cut-down TENS pad next to it. This would effectively give you one single bipolar trode.

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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by phil490 » Wed Sep 04, 2019 3:44 pm

The idea to use two tens pads cut to size sounds promising.
I have tested the Barry Bites but they pinch really if you use them for longer sessions.

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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by Majorityon » Tue Sep 10, 2019 7:31 am

Well I guess the first advice is don't! But that never stopped me as someone who has stimmed my nipples for a decade or more, in fact in some ways I prefer stimming them to my genitals.

My usual setup is to use a couple of TENS pads for each nipple, one cut down to about 12 mm wide. The narrow one goes on the nipple itself, a normal one on my side, an inch or two away from the nipple. The idea is to apply the stim directly to the nipple itself, to get maximum stimulation, but ensure the current flows away from the heart. For a man with hairy chest, unless you shave, this works better than trying to stick two pads once either side of a nipple on the hair, and anyway I think that one either side will need more current for the same sensation. Still the pads need encouragement to stay on, and I use a lycra sleeve, made as a neck warmer for cycling, which I can slide up my body from my feet and fits tightly over my chest holding everything in place. Use a separate channel for each nipple/pad pair.

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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by joannesReviews » Thu Sep 12, 2019 11:20 pm

StimJoy wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:03 pm

So then I thought, hey, I should post this idea here for those with 3D printers - could the outer main ring be made from non-conductive material, and while it is made the process creates "screw threads" in the two side holes? Then you can just thread in the two metal pieces, which would then be electrically separated. Simply clip your pos trode to one side and neg to the other, and you'd have a highly focused bi-polar trode securely clamped right to both sides of the nipple (provided your nipples are big enough/stick out enough for the clamp to grab). Wouldn't need a lot of power from the machine to trigger feeling, since the two end of the bi-polar would be so close to each other, and should mitigate any issues with current going elsewhere.

Anyone here up to the task? JoAnne? I currently don't have a 3D printer, otherwise I'd give it a go. I suspect the biggest challenge would be to CAD design the screw threads to be the proper size. I suppose you could just make the holes smooth, but a little smaller than the screw diameter, and just "force screw" them in, but that would probably wear away after a few times. Another idea would be to have the two electrodes be opposite magnets; now you don't have to worry about using screw threads to hold them in place - just let magnetism squeeze them together against your nipple, then hook up the power.
The screw thread is the easy part of the design process as most CAD software does the hard work for you. You could easily 3D print a ring like you suggest and then use screws with terminals attached but these would need to be stainless steel and not just cadmium plated. A design like that would sit flat against the chest/breast and so the threads would also be touching flesh and not just the ends of the bolts. It is an interesting concept though and gets over the problem with a CR clamp style solution which stands off the areola a bit which means you need to clamp the areola behind the nipple, especially if your nipples are small.

This is a pic of one design I am working on for a bipolar nipple electrode but it would only work with larger nipples.
nipple-clamps-revised.jpg
I was going to post a pic of it fitted to one of my nipples but I am not sure on the rules about nudity on here so though it best not to.
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Just a woman in her 40's who likes sticking things in her pussy and telling the world all about it on my site. I'm quite normal I think LOL. :?

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Re: Nipple play - recommendations

Post by MrNoughty » Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:54 am

You can get bipolar breast pad electrode either in silicone or the fabric type on Ailexpress/banggood etc. Lashed out on a pack and they work surprisingly well. Another alternative is the new Serious Kit nipple electrodes that can also be used with vacuum however they need some support.

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