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Swing safely: The most important safety tip for sex swings

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In the past couple of years, sex swings have been gaining popularity. A big part of that popularity is thanks to marketers who got into the game. But this popularity has a negative side effect – everybody advertises fun features a sex swing can offer, but people rarely pay attention to the safety ones. So, we’ll share the most important safety tips with you, here.

 

The first and the most critical safety feature of a sex swing is the spring. Pay attention to what most manufacturers of sex swings recommend. Their advice is to remove the spring of your swing if you or your partner are over a certain weight. Believe it or not, this notion is incredibly dangerous, and we recommend against this practice.

 

You see, the springs on sex swings have a specific purpose. Engineers and designers put them there to reduce and dampen the shock force on the point where you choose to mount your swing.

 

You don’t have to go into the technical science of it. Just look at everything we use every day that moves. There’s always a spring or a shock absorber that adds dampening and prevents material fatigue and failure. On bikes, you have rubber tires. On your ceiling fan, you have a rubber puck. And on your sex swing, there’s got to be a spring.

To sell more sex swings, marketers disregarded the safety aspect of springs, and only focused on the fun. They advertised swings with springs as a chance to add more excitement by adding bounce. As soon as they started doing that, they completely forgot about the original purpose. And, since each spring can only support a certain weight, they decided to take springs out of the equation if you exceed that weight. That’s just like foregoing shock absorbers on your car, so they don’t wear out on bumpy roads.

 

When you remove the spring, you’re taking chances. There was a case of a 95-pound girl who used her sex swing for hours and broke the stand that was made to take several hundred pounds. When asked if she had used springs, she said that it was written on the box that she didn’t need them.

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Luckily, she only broke the swing stand, but some people have gotten injured, and we believe that isn’t something you want when you get a sex swing.

 

So, our advice is simple – never use a sex swing without a spring. Find a model that comes with a drawbar or an extension spring. With these, you will be much safer, and you and your partner will be able to fully enjoy the fun a sex swing can provide.

 

Extension springs will stretch when you put a load on them, and their load limit is about 200 pounds. Make sure not to exceed the load limit, as that can damage the spring.

 

Drawbar springs have a weight limit of 300 pounds, and they compress when burdened. That means that even if you overload the spring, you won’t damage it; it will simply bottom out.

 

So, whichever swing you get, pay attention to the spring, unless you want to end up on the floor. Explore how a sex swing can shake up your sex life at cumswingwithme.com: This page here

 

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