Heavy Rubber Sessions featuring Frameless VacBed

October 31, 2016 - Less than a minute read
Heavy Rubber, Latex VacBed

Frameless VacBed

Well hello!

I've finally managed to get My new VacBed working after fixing a few design floors. The VacBed is frameless meaning when you're getting into it and once you're in it, you don't have to worry about knocking the frame out and then having to piece it back together which is loads of messing about and can cause the experience to be disjointed and distracting. It also means your hands and feet don't get sandwiched onto the frame causing pain and you don't have to be lying on the floor so it's more versatile and sturdy.

The latex of the VacBed is a very heavy gauge rubber (meaning the rubber it's made out of is thicker than you would have experienced in the usual VacBeds) which altars the experience from a normal VacBed. People have reported it elicits a very different feeling and headspace to a normal VacBed and is quite a different sensation.

While experimenting with it, it appears it doesn't suck the air out around the head as much as a normal VacBed which will make people with sinus issues or people prone to migraines happy because it doesn't apply the same pressure to your face and cavities. It still removes air and you will feel like your face is restricted but as one client put it "you just don't get that pop in your ears from the the pressure seal you get with a normal VacBed".

As a Mistress I like this VacBed because it offers a different experience to people who have been connoisseurs of heavy rubber sessions for years and I thrive on watching people trying new things and their reactions from it. I also enjoy it because of it's versatility. I'm able to attach electrics, insertables and all manner of equipment to someone when they are inside the bed for sensory play because the VacBed seals with a zip at the bottom which means I can run cables out of the bed without losing the seal which is next to impossible with a framed VacBed. One of the main requests I've received from people wanting to try a normal VacBed is that they want insertables or electrics attached to them in a VacBed so they have more stimulation going on while in the Bed but unfortunately this hasn't been possible until now.

I haven't experimented with it a lot yet, but because the VacBed is frameless, I should be able to use it on people standing up, sitting on a chair or in any number of positions or on different types of equipment.

I've used it in session in combination with a latex body bag, heavy rubber hoods, electrics etc, for people into sensory overload, sensory deprivation and rubber restraint. It has easily claimed its place in My arsenal of equipment for these types of sessions.

AARGH it's all pretty exciting!! Lol.

If you're into heavy rubber/latex restraint, sensory deprivation etc, I'd be happy to chat with you about the possibility of including it in a session.