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the rubstraints
guide

You want to learn more about the features and possibilities of our rubstraints system? Here you go!

This guide provides you with an overview of the different toolbox items, their handling and examples of the endless bondage possibilities that the rubstraints unlock for your sessions.

toolbox overview

the rubstraints
the system
just great

The rubstraints toolbox offers matching restraints for all body parts: neck, biceps, wrist, thigh and ankle. All feature the same design and mechanics for perfect interoperability.

The base layer is made of soft latex, framed by the two tube edges. This sleeve ensures that the rubstraints feel super comfortable even when you wear them for long sessions. On top follow two layers of industrial heavy rubber. They ensure that the rubstraints endure also extreme bondage session and underline the massive look of the restraints. All restraints come with two or four flat d-rings which allow to interconnect all system elements tightly.

the locking of the rubstraints consists of three elements

  1. velco pre-locking that eases the handling
  2. buckle for trimming the restraints to the perfect fit
  3. segufix pin plus magnetic cap which lock everything in position

the accessories

connect everything easy

All rubstraints system elements interlock based on flat 50mm d-rings and matching belts. Simply slide the belts through the d-rings. All belts are designed in a way that the belt loops are small enough that all connections are tight and allow only minimum movement.

the shorty

The shorty is the shortest belt to connect two rubstraints. It has a fixed length and is the best choice if you are looking for a tight connection e.g. for a handcuff type of bondage. Simply loop the respective d-rings in and lock it with the segufix cap.

how to use

the belt

The belt provides an adjustable setup with buckle and segufix locking. The net length can be adjustabed between 18 and 22 centimeters. Accordingly it’s the right choice for all connections where you need more length then provided by the shorty.

how to use

the back belt

The back belt is based on the regular belt, but offers additional d-rings which allow for separate loops for e.g. each wrist restraint when connecting it to the neck rubstraint. Check the bondage examples for the best use of the back belt.

how to use (bondage example)

the 90

The 90 is basically a shorty with an additional d-string, rotated by 90° compared to the other two connections. Furthermore, the distance of the two horizontal ends matches the distance of two d-rings of the collar so that you can attach also stuff vertically to the collar. Check the bondage exemples for more.

how to use

the long 90

The long 90 based on the regular 90, but the distance between the horizontal ends is slightly. This comes into place when you want to connect e.g. the wrist rubstraints behind the back of your bondage victim as this requires anatomically a bigger spacing.

how to use

the shorty

With the shorty, you can easily tie two rubstraints tightly together.

  1. First, slide the belt of the shorty through the first d-ring with the locking pin facing you.
  2. Fix the first loop by inserting the first eye onto the pin.
  3. Then slide the belt through the second d-ring and insert the second eye onto the pin.
  4. Finally lock the pin with the cap.

the belt

The belt enables you to connect two rubstraints with some more distance as the shorty.

  1. Slide the open end through the first d-ring.
  2. Loop it though the d-ring on the back of the belt.
  3. Now loop it through the second d-ring and Adjust the length with the buckle.
  4. Finally lock it by putting the cap in place.

the 90

You will use the 90 whenever you want to connect three rubstraint elements, especially when adding a belt to the neck rubstraint.

  1. First, slide the belt of the shorty through the first d-ring with the locking pin facing you. Make sure that the third d-ring points to the right direction.
  2. Fix the first loop by inserting the first eye onto the pin.
  3. Then slide the belt through the second d-ring and insert the second eye onto the pin.
  4. Finally lock the pin with the cap.

  1. Optional: attach a belt to the third d-ring.
learn more (bondage example)

the long 90

The long 90 is equivalent to the normal 90, but offers a little bit more spacing, e.g. when used with the ankle rubstraints.

  1. First, slide the belt of the 90 through the first d-ring with the locking pin facing you. Make sure that the d-ring points into the desired direction.
  2. Fix the first loop by inserting the first eye onto the pin.
  3. Then slide the belt through the second d-ring and insert the second eye onto the pin.
  4. Finally lock the pin with the cap.

  1. Optional: attach a belt to the third d-ring.

how to

fix the rubstraints properly

  1. First place the rubstraint firmly around the respective body part and pre-lock it in place, using the velcro inside the sleeve.

    Make sure that the belt and Segufix lock are positioned so that they are not in the way and that the d-rings are in right position for your bondage setup.

  1. Next, close the buckle and slide the right belt hole over the locking pin. As the rubber is flexible, you can stretch it slightly for a tight fit.

    Check, that it still fits comfortable for your sub, also during the session that no nerves or veins are blocked by the restraints.

  1. Last, lock the rubstraints in their position. Depending on the setting, you have two options: either you put the Segufix cap onto the locking bin or you slide one of the single-use seals through the hole in the locking pin – or you go for both at the same time. In the third case it might be necessary to remove the single-use seal before you can remove properly the Segufix cap.


how to

unlock the Segufix system

  1. In order to open it, place the magnetic key concentric on top of the locking cap.
  2. Gently push the cap and key down, before you pull both up and out. If it does not work instantly, push the cap down with the key, move the key across the cap and pull both up again.

Make sure that you always have minimum one key around since it has a specific polarization. Accordingly you cannot unlock the cap with an off-the-shelf magnet. Without the original key you might be forced to destroy the cap or restraint.

rubstraints key

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discover the
bondage examples

You need some first inspiration how you can use the rubstraints for 100% rubber bondage setups. Here you find some examples which might help you to explore the possibilities and find your own favorite rubstraints bondage setups.