Bondage And Electricity

Here’s a cute bondage anime cartoon featuring a hand-cranked electro-torture device. Nifty, where can I get one?

anime girl in bondage and shocked

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6 comments on “Bondage And Electricity”:

Khordas commented on November 4th, 2007 at 9:58 am:

I don’t know if it’d actually be suitable for the purpose illustrated, but what she’s using is a generator of the sort used in grade school science class demos. I’ve seen one that looks exactly like the one in the picture. I wasn’t able to find the exact model, but I found one that’s CLOSE.

http://www.teachersource.com/ElectricityAndMagnetism/
Electricity/Hand_CrankedGenerator.aspx

It says it can put out ten volts, which would perhaps give a bit of a tingle, sort of like touching a nine volt battery to one’s tongue…

K.

SIL commented on November 4th, 2007 at 12:43 pm:

Did you rotate that picture ;)

If you find somewhere that sells one of those, let me know!

Rope Guy commented on November 4th, 2007 at 6:06 pm:

The school toy is probably designed not to give painful shocks. But there are lots of shock toys that start with lower voltages — the infamous zapper paddle uses a pair of AA batteries (3 volts). They use capacitors and circuitry to achieve shocking voltage and current levels. So it wouldn’t be tough to modify that toy, or design a similar one for our nefarious purposes.

slaphappy commented on November 15th, 2007 at 10:00 am:

There’s also something called “Tems” (I’m not sure if it’s spelled like that), and it’s supposed to be for muscle relaxant but it can be set to give some pretty nasty shocks. I got mine from a chemist/pharmacy.

RC commented on September 4th, 2008 at 3:19 am:

Hell hath no fury like a woman who knows exactly where the sensitive parts are on another woman!

The energy being pumped into her pussy will make her mewl like a human theremin!

hauntfox25 commented on May 15th, 2009 at 1:28 pm:

That seems to be the same concept as what’s called a “megger” – an instrument used to test the degradation of insulation on wires. Just attach the leads and crank away! At school we used to shock each other briefly with these in the engineering labs, but I am not sure what the effects of sustained cranking would be. Probably not worth risking experimentation on your sub…

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