Asking $1400 for the lot.
This is being sold as a single lot and will not be split up.
closeup of the bench
This Sybian is about a decade old and has been used sporadically. It is in fine working shape
A very dense and powerful toy, this officers sjambock is made from Rhino hide. These are no longer made
Mostly Rattan there are also fiberglass and plastics along with a smaller dressage whip
These cheap crops are best used as party favors or decor, while useable they are not the most sturdy toy on the planet, that said, I have yet to have one break
A lunge, buggy and dressage whip are sold with a bamboo spreader and cluster of cheap crops are thrown in
The cracker here is quite low and while very usable as is it may need replacement soon. Check with reputable whip makers on the cost which shouldn’t be too high before buying if it is a concern
A Joe Wheeler singletail whip, I think a 16 plait but not sure. Bought it 18 years ago or so. Joe had a limited run of these thick handled whips which were designed to last longer in a scene that often blew out the handles. The result is a very very stiff whip that never feels broken in at all. It however throws very nice and is quite accurate, this was my prime whip for many years
The Joe Wheeler singletail is shown here with a patterson whip, a smaller genitorture whip, 2 suspension rings, a silicone spiral anal plug (cleaned fully but yes, used) Steel hand and leg cuffs (no key, I am keeping mine) Speculate and anal spreader and nose hook
Crop of the whips
Some plastic, fiberglass, two carbon fiber and one small nipple whip
These are mostly home-made but interesting toys.
The flogger on the left is a panther original bought at Kinkfest a few years back. The other is a wicked beaded flogger that needs a couple beads replaced but is truly nasty. The wood handled slapper is made of a leather belt and wood twitch. The black rod is wrapped in tape and is good for attaching a dildo to but is otherwise not too amazing. The thick cane is Rattan and the 3 tailed flogger next to the beaded one is a nasty piece of work indeed!
Some home-made, some pro-made, all very usable and some pretty extreme
The bolt and nut here need replacement, the plastic is dirty from storage and will need be cleaned up.
This wooden cage has no locking system currently
Eyehooks added to the side
Eye hooks on sides, electrical socket not working but easy fix I am told
An early Huse and sons model it has some rust that may need to be cleaned up a bit and the adjustment wheel keeps coming loose and needs tightening frequently, handy people can likely fix easily or like me, just tighten it every few months