Chastity lock types
The Lustlock piercing lock bases on a small brass precision padlock (made in Germany). It is elaborately refined by Lustlock. Each type is avavailable in a “silver” (silver on palladium) and in a “golden” (18kt gold) version.
The golden locks are coated with a 15 micron hard gold plaque, the silver with a Silver/ Palladium cover. The covers are antilallergenic. All corners and edges are rounded. The locks are airportsafe due to their small volume and brass content.
The shackles of the locks A, B, C are made of polished, pure Titanium Gr. 2. The shackle of lock N is brass with a cover of gold or silver.
All locks come with two keys. The keys cannot be reorderd. Keys for golden locks available in steel oder gold version.
All locks may have an individual engravement.
Precise dimensions of locks see under Dimensionen. Weight: 17 g
Some type of locks see below. All available combinations see under shop.
Padlocks for Piercings: Type N, A, B, C
Gold 18kt hardplaque or silver coated brass body. All corners and edges rounded. Shackle coated brass, shackle not removable.
Gold 18kt hardplaque or silver coated brass body. All corners and edges rounded. Titanium shackle as loop, 15 mm diameter, removable, plane or angled 30° in the second plane.
Gold 18kt hardplaque or silver coated brass body. All corners and edges rounded. Titanium shackle as loop, 22 mm diameter, removable, plane or angled 30° in the second plane.
Gold 18kt hardplaque or silver coated brass body. All corners and edges rounded. Titanium shackle long as long, curved parallel loop, var. lengths 45-75mm, removable.
all locks in gold optional also with golden keys
Padlocks for Zips: Type Z
Gold 18kt hardplaque or silver coated brass, or plain brass. All corners and edges rounded. Shackle titanium, removable.
Examples of personal engravements. Possible on every N, A, B, C Padlock. On request also on keys.
Care of the padlock:
In the wet or humid climate near your intimate parts, the lock has to be cared regularly.
The lock is resistant to urine and wetness. But to prevent sedimentations at the outer and inner mechanical parts, you should clean the lock at least every fortnight.
Clean it with warm water, soap and a small brush (toothbrush), and let it dry.
Afterwards oil all mechanical components with a penetrating oil spray, like WD40 for example, and turn forth and back the cylinder and the shackle to spread the oil. Remove excess oil at outer parts afterwards.
The lock must be regularly oiled! Oil the lock regularly, especially during wearing, even if you don’t open. Mechanical parts can get stuck otherwise.
As an alternative you may use ultrasound cleaning for a periodical, thorough cleaning. Most opticians have a ultrasound cleaning bath for cleaning dirty frames of glasses.
Ok, now we wish you a chaste, pleasurable time, and lots of exciting moments 🙂