A Frugal ADS
In taking steps toward cheaply duplicating and/or improving the overly expensive Anchor weight, I tried this setup today and thought I’d mention it.
Tubing: I’m using a piece of black Theraband tubing, but surgical tubing or anything similar should work.
Cord or string: Fishing line or whatever is handy. Waxed thread is shown in the picture below, but fishing line would be better.
Rubber band: An ordinary one.
Weight: I’m using padlocks for now.
A length of tubing goes over the penis behind the head, secured by a rubber band underneath. Roll the rubber band up or down a bit to adjust tension. A cord tied off running through the tubing serves as a means to attach a weight. The old padlock shown weighs about a pound, which is about the upper limit.
This setup worked for several hours of light walking without slipping off. At first I had the tension too high. My head went cold. However, adjusting was easy. Rolling the rubber band down a bit solved the problem. I’ve worn it for a few hours total, most of which was spent using a lighter padlock.
Pros: Cheap and easy. The extra leverage provided by the dangling lock should tug more as you walk than a weight secured closer to the glans. The comfort, hold and ease of adjustment beats wearing a padlock by itself. Plus, nothing requiring a key for release is directly attached to the penis.
Cons: Way too obvious to wear in public. The lock bounces around noticeably a few inches above my kneecap as I walk. Must reapply the rubber band and readjust each time after removal.