Review: The BDSM Pillory Set by Lodbrock

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When we were asked to review the BDSM Pillory Set by Lodbrock (received in exchange for an honest review), we weren’t quite sure what to expect. The pictures on the Lodbrock website are gorgeous, but were we the type of people who enjoy playing with a pillory set?

After a single afternoon of kinky fuckery, we had our answer…

Yes, we were definitely the type of people to play with one. And OMG, we loved everything about the experience.

For our full review — with thoughts and footage of the pillory set itself — watch our video review below or scroll down for a synopsis:

Lodbrock Pillory Set Review

  • In the video, we gave the price in Euros (because that’s what pulled up on our phone, lol), but in U.S. dollars, the cost is $599.00. This is an investment piece for kinksters who can afford to spend money on this kind of BDSM gear. Yes, we realize not everyone can.
  • The pillory set is a form of restraint aka bondage. There are multiple angles and ways to play with the pillory itself. We chose to play on the bed so that I had extra support for my body.
  • A beautiful paddle and flogger are included. The paddle created a deep thud, while the flogger (due to the stiffness of the leather) was a stinging pain. I preferred the paddle and was able to take more than I thought possible before the pain became too much.
  • The blindfold covered my eyes completely. I couldn’t “cheat” by looking down and seeing light or (worse) the floor. It blacked out everything which I loved. It’s also a very soft leather that’s comfortable against my skin.
  • My wrists are 7.5 inches around, and with the leather inlays in the “hole,” it was a perfect fit. We pinched my skin a few times trying to find the right angle — that’s how “perfect” it was. If your wrists are bigger, you’ll need to remove the leather inlays, but it will likely only give you a little more space.
  • My neck measures 15 inches around, and I had plenty of room. I never felt claustrophobic or like the pillory was choking me (something that triggers my anxiety and panic attacks).
  • You can mount it to your ceiling if you choose, but you don’t have to. If you decide to, the mounts and chains are included.

Below are pictures that we took, but the Lodbrock website does a much better job, so feel free to look there, too. View pillory set pictures on the website.

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Do we recommend the Lodbrock Pillory Set?

We’re already looking forward to the day when we have space to mount the pillory to the ceiling. In reality, we’d install the mounts, and store the pillory out of sight until we wanted to play. But until we can do that, using the bed works just fine, and playing with the blindfold, paddle, and flogger without the pillory is an option too.

We love this set. It’s clearly made with skill and expertise. The Lodbrock Pillory Set is a genuine work of art. If you’re investing in BDSM equipment for your own personal playroom or dungeon or you’re building out a BDSM club or dungeon in your community, we highly recommend it.

Interested? Check out the Pillory Set and more from Lodbrock.

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