Tweezer Clit Clamp with Purple Beads

Based On 7 Reviews

Tweezer Clit Clamp with Purple Beads

Based On 7 Reviews

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Would buy again (Anonymous)

Love this clamp. The best I've had bought.

So cute, Lots of fun (JJ)

I wasn't expecting to have as much fun with this as I did. Doesn't bite into the skin thanks to the rubber on the end. The pressure/pain is adjustable. Was compatible with my VCH piercing without getting in the way. Great toy!

Love it (Anonymous)

I love it. It stays on really good.

Product description

A fully adjustable, ultra versatile clamp with pretty purple and black glass beads adorning the end, Spartacus' Tweezer Clit clamp can be used to pleasurably squeeze any number of erogenous areas, keeping up an unrelenting pinch for long drawn our stimulation.

Perfect for clitoris and nipples, the soft rubber-finished tips provide some cushioning while applying completely customizable pressure. Simply slide the little loop upward to increase the squeeze.


SKU: SPAR-222027 | UPC: 669729222027 | MPN: SPF-202 (21)

SKU: SPAR-222027 | UPC: 669729222027 | MPN: SPF-202 (21)

Ratings / Reviews

Would buy again (Anonymous)

Love this clamp. The best I've had bought.

So cute, Lots of fun (JJ)

I wasn't expecting to have as much fun with this as I did. Doesn't bite into the skin thanks to the rubber on the end. The pressure/pain is adjustable. Was compatible with my VCH piercing without getting in the way. Great toy!

Love it (Anonymous)

I love it. It stays on really good.

Awesome! (Kara)

Never used one of these before. Fairly easy to put on. Sliding pressure adjustor is great! Drives my boyfriend crazy :)

Suprising (Anonymous)

When I initially put this on I didn't really feel much and didn't think much of it. But when I took it off I was so much more sensitive! Perfect before using a vibrator!

Not so bad (Sou)

Great sensations but the jewel keeps falling

Not quite sure (Anonymous)

Still trying to figure this one out. Clamping it on is a little like trying to pick up a greased marble with a pair of chop sticks. I'll keep trying.